Which is where 3D printing might come in handy. In the digital sphere, borders don’t exist and reaching out to someone is only one click away on a keyboard.
“As the Creative Machines Lab director, Professor Hod Lipson asks questions such as: Can robots ultimately design and make other robots? Can machines be curious and creative? Will robots ever be truly self-aware? Now he answers the queston “What Are You Printing for Dinner?””
When the future looks back to see which food movements helped shape the world of which they live in, they won’t be looking at the pseudo-scientific food-fad movements, like Anti-GMO, Gluten Free, Paleo Diet, etc.; they’ll be looking at transgenic crop production, synthetic meats, and 3D printed edibles. We are transforming the food industry and the methods of which we distribute food to people all across the globe. And as this distribution gets easier, and as more and more people gain access to newer resources, the age of abundance will gladly mark an end to world hunger forever.