The future is here! Experts say robot housekeepers will revolutionize our lives, as well as flying taxis.

  • According to a panel, robot housekeepers will be in place by 2036.
  • Analysts made predictions about the NatWest Future Businesses Report
  • Among their predictions are skin implants, algae burgers and body scanners 

Imagine this: A robot housekeeper does the cleaning while you fly to get a delicious aloe burger.

Next, you do a spot of clothes shopping – and there’s no worrying about sizes because a digital body scanner will ensure every item is made to fit you perfectly.

Before heading home you stop off at a travel agent to book a holiday – not before trying out the destination with an immersive virtual reality headset.

Their most popular prediction, according to a follow-up survey of 2,000 Britons, was the presence of robo-housekeepers and robo-gardeners to take on tedious chores

According to a survey of 2000 Britons, their most common prediction was that robot-housekeepers would be present to help with tedious chores.

Do you find this unlikely? According to futurists, it is not.

An expert panel believes that all of these inventions could revolutionize the lives of Britons in 2036.

Their predictions include skin implants for monitoring health and holographic educators.

According to them, smart toilets will detect disease in the waste, while burger bars will serve us protein-rich snacks made from algae and insects.

The panel believes by 2036 you'll be able to try out holiday destinations with an immersive virtual reality headset

A virtual reality headset will allow you to experience the sights and sounds of holiday destinations in a completely immersive way.

A panel of futurologists, including Dr Ian Pearson (futurologist), made the predictions in the NatWest Future Businesses Report.

Dr Pearson said: ‘What was clear to all of us was how a greater interaction with technology is going to revolutionise businesses and transform almost all industries.’

A follow-up survey of 2,000 Britons found that their favorite prediction was that robo-gardeners would take over tedious chores.