It is imperative that we rethink what we are going to do with our country today, because the future is already here.
While we are looking for the Peronist candidate with the best image for 2019 and debating issues of the past, the world is adapting to the phenomenon of the future, to the paradigm shift and to the application of technology to improve the quality of life. It is imperative that we rethink what we are going to do with our country today, because the future is already here. To do this, we must understand that cars will no longer be cars, but walking computers (they already exist among us). That the driving record is an obsolete instrument, as are VTVs and fines, as robots will take care of driving and transporting us. That travel agencies no longer operate. Doctors and lawyers are professions that will tend to disappear. People will have more time for leisure. Taxis and remises are already being displaced by a system that does not have vehicles, but offers an effective and more economical service. A website is the largest provider of hotel services without real estate. The real estate companies will surrender to the dot coms. Hundreds of thousands of jobs will disappear in the short term and new or other solutions will have to be found to the issue of people's employment. The software will severely attack the vast majority of industries. Not to mention posts like the postman's, canillita, surveillance, even the new delivery without motorcycles and in the hands of the drones. Or the libraries, which will become part of the new paper museums. While the skulls of the great technological companies design advanced prototypes to launch them into the world, on October 27, 2019 I will be on my way to a school located on a dirt road with an open ditch, with unpainted walls, where the doors and walls fall down, to place my paper suffrage in a painted cardboard urn, to know at 24 hours who will lead the way for my country. The future is already among us!