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  1. In my opinion, neither a utopian nor a dystopian future is very unlikely-these are the two extremes of the state of our society that science fiction writers like to describe. Of course, you can draw many analogies between the real world and these two genres of fiction, but the implementation in reality is almost impossible. Both imply the suppression of important moral qualities of human nature: dystopia – high (humanity, kindness, etc.), and utopia-low (anger, envy, etc.).�

    But if I still have to choose, I would choose “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley. At least everyone was happy there.

  2. As corny as it sounds, I think it's going to be like 1984.

    Over the past 300 years, there have been a lot of wars in the world, two of which have covered almost all countries. Many people were killed, and the interests of the warring parties were not fully met in 95% of cases. One could understand that violence is meaningless in modern times, but nevertheless, there are still armed conflicts today.

    It seems to me that people do not keep up with their moral development and technical progress at all.

    By creating more and more new things, we need to understand that we don't need to make life worse, on the contrary — it should become easier.

    As a result, all of humanity will slide into a pit of endless wars, violence, cruelty and other filth.

  3. I would like to see the future not dystopian, but utopian. That is, so that everything in the future is good. Unfortunately, I do not believe that the basic bestial qualities in a person, such as lust, cruelty, selfishness, can be overcome. As long as we're human, you can't get rid of all this. You just need to try not to destroy the planet and not kill yourself, live up to the virtual reality of full immersion, and even then deal with the society of the future, not being a human being.

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