Remote viewing still has not completed its first century, in its form outside of religious or esoteric beliefs and closer to general and universal protocol.
A major reason for the lack of accuracy is that the protocol is basically designed to be descriptive and indefinite, so it would be like describing circumstances and offering suggestions without drawing clear conclusions.
In what ways will remote viewing will change?
To me, funding and the use of artificial intelligence are important, so that data can be analyzed from different angles and perspectives.
A real project should involve at least 20 Remote viewers from my perspective,
In addition, the project is assigned totally blindly, with a need for more than three analysts.
If the project is ongoing, it may need more than one visit, whether through the same team of 20 Remote Viewers or a completely new one.
As an example, one who target an ancient period, such as building the pyramids, may need analysts from Egyptologists who may request a re-visit of a particular targets.
In order to do so, very large funding must be available.
It is easier to use technical methods to spy on or follow opponents at present, but if you have enough data, artificial intelligence can predict what is going on in my mind at that moment without the need for anything else.
Having data and continuously updating variables allows us to predict many details as well as anticipate their occurrence.
Thus, remote viewing depends on those who have a passion for understanding consciousness, and that passion will not diminish.
It won't end, and if it's not the norm right now, it will be important in the future