When looking at trends in the world, we often see patterns. We can predict what these patterns will do most of the time. For example, the s-curve can be applied to populations of wild animals. That is to say, animal populations will grow and after a period of growth will begin to level out. The population reaches its limits and the rate of birth will no longer exceed the rate of death. Some scientists speculate that humans will one day reach a population limit. Limits are also used in areas of math and physics.
A general argument would be reasonable to state that most if not all things reach a limit of some sorts. In simple terms, "all good things must come to an end." The sun will eventually burn out, humans will eventually cease to exist, etc. Logic would suggest then, that we will eventually reach a plateau in the advancement of technology. With the exception of the dark ages, technology has continued to grow since the beginning of human existence.
My question is whether or not technology will eventually reach a limit in which it can advance no further. Obviously, when humans are wiped off the face of the earth, there will cease to be technology. Yet will there be a day before this happens in which technology reaches its limit and innovation is dragged to a halt? How and when do you think this might happen? If you see no stoppage in the ingenuity then state why and describe the pace in which you see technology rising in the future. In other words, do you see technology growing at a faster, slower, or constant pace in the future?