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Hi, 2050:
In the year of 2050, I am 55 years old and my child would be building up their own family. My grandchild is so youth to talk with them the social issues and environment where we’re living. And I appreciate my parents still in life. In 2050, the technology should be maturity and become developed, such as artificial intelligence and cloud data analysis would replace our most traditional human jobs, our lives are going to a huge difference as the lifestyle I lived in my young age. I cannot imagine and figure out how much change the world after 40 years later, other than the climate change. In 2050, the temperature would be increased and be worse. For example, the result of the global ices melt would cause the sea level increase. The air pollution and water pollution would cause many others diseases and health problems. Surely, I believe the up-to-date technology would help those humans solving some reliable and serious trouble like moving out of the space or treating some horrible diseases like Cancer. However, the global sources are limited, especially the money. I never imagine that my family can earn too much money to move out of the space, but I hope my family can be the morality ones who can treasure our hometown. I hope my family, including my children, my grandchildren, and my parents can protect the world we live, whatever the future technology can solve those environmental issues, but both we should pay attention and morality to the social responsibility. Hopefully, we both have a healthy life in our future.

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