As long as time goes on and Technology continues to advance there is little doubt that mankind will inhabit Earth's moon and most likely Mars and potentially other planets if or when we develop future advanced rockets or methods of propulsion. I'm fairly sure that there are many advances being made now but are confined to National Security and are confidential given their potential military applications but the last 100 years has seen exponential advances and I doubt that this rate will decline.
As for Earth and changes here, I also have no doubts that even possibly before we leave this life, that we will see flying, personal transportation, vehicles and certainly vehicles that will propel themselves and maneuver without assistance from it's human occupants. Frankly though, when thinking about it, I rather think that would be boring and I would miss driving but no doubt it would improve on safety. Other areas of advancement I see in the entertainment area and no doubt (at least to me) interactive 3D or 4D games where players are, for all their senses are concerned, involved directly in games created for a new generation of Computers. Televisions or entertainment systems that transport you into a 3D or 4D world where you view movies or games in 360 degrees involving scenes and action from in front, behind and all angles and sides, above and under the participant or viewer.
Advances I wish we would see sooner are in the medical field but things do take time, and time in test trials, but I do believe before too long mankind may see advances such that Cancer, Altzheimers, Dementia, AIDS, and other major diseases will see cures rather than treatments.
If mankind can somehow avoid destroying our own species and creating an Artifical Intelligent droid/robot that will decide that humanity is a disease worthy of extinction, then I'm sure it will be a fascinating world. Some have gone as far as to believe it will be a cashless world where people no longer deal or strive for money but I can't quite comprehend that, at this time, because to me it is the spirit of capitalism that has sparked many of our lifetime's inventions and technological advances.
The real exciting thing is that most likely some of the most interesting and exciting advancements are the ones we have no way of conceiving of or if that were the case someone would have already invented or created them.