Technology & Innovation

What might our economies look like a 100, 500, 1000 years from now?
Someone described technology as just “stuff that doesn’t work yet”. Economists use it to describe all the ways we know to produce things, from organisation to engineering to production. Innovation is the process of creating technology. Both these things transform our economies at an incredible pace, to the point where the future of the economy is almost impossible to predict. Is that a good thing?