50 years ago, Isaac Asimov predicted the invention of tofurky and warned there would be "psychological resistance" to it. Here's what else he got right.
Of course we all walk around with powerful computers in our pockets now, and they do a lot more than Asimov's Trash 80.
There is a lot more stuff that was science fiction when Asimov wrote in The New York Times in 1964, after visiting the World's Fair, and predicted life (and the contents of a world's fair) in 2014.
Elaine Hsieh tweeted that he was "remarkably prescient," and indeed he was.
Some of the more interesting predictions: