Do you think the world will be completely paperless by 2050? We will still be using papers. For sure, the electronic medium will be increasingly used as the amount of "data" is exponentially rising, but some sort of physical "paper" will be used in some form for small-scale stuff.. like notes, etc. Paper has lasted for centuries (and counting). Compare than to the electronic storage mediums that have come up. At the rate humans have gone paperless, at some point in time it is bound to become a paperless society. Paperless transactions are more eco-friendly, efficient, and can be instantaneous.
There's always going to be someone out there who just can't let go of the past or who just generally likes the "old", "outdated" or "traditional" ways. Although I believe eventually the majority of humanity will have a paperless society, there'll always be a small section that retains the ways of the past.people still love books, people love to have something they can actually touch and handle. A love letter just wouldn't be the same if it was sent by email. Computer data can become corrupted, servers can be hacked, and people who don't understand how a computer works could simply delete the wrong things, leaving months, maybe years of important documents lost if hard copies aren't available.
Do you think we'll be completely paperless by 2050? Why?
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