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8 FUTURE TECHNOLOGY 

FUTURE TECHNOLOGY 

I’ve compiled a list of ten technologies that aren’t currently on the radar of the general public but will do so in the near future…This technology is not well known these days, but this technology is going to become well known in the upcoming years.

1. The Femtosecond Projection What is this?

3D printers are still too expensive for the average person. For large-scale manufacturing enterprises, they are not advanced enough or quick enough. Rather of printing individual points one at a time, researchers have devised a system that projects millions of points at once onto 3D-printing material using lasers.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

This technology might lead to the development of nanorobots within a few years. On a molecular level, the technique has the potential to cure a wide range of ailments, including cancer and Alzheimer’s disease.

2. LiFiWhat is it?LIFI TECHNOLOGY USES LIGHT SOURCES INSTEAD OF MICROWAVES TO TRANSMIT DATA.

Instead of using microwaves to transmit data, LIFI technology uses light sources.

The goal of LiFi is to utilize light to transport data between two points. The LED lamps are turned on and off so quickly that people can’t even notice. The data is subsequently decoded and translated into a more traditional radio frequency by a photoreceptor.

This method has several advantages, including the speed at which data may be transmitted and the fact that it does not need to be linked to anything in order to function.

Hacker danger is substantially lower than with WiFi, however, this severely restricts indoor use. LiFi has a very short range and can be interfered with by other light sources, such as sunshine, therefore it must be used in close proximity to a functioning light source.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

Photoreceptors have been touted in some circles for half a decade, but they are still a fringe technology today. Thus, major use cases include sensitive regions such as military operations, hospitals, and planes that are vulnerable to hacking and electromagnetic interference.

Unmanned underwater vehicles, smart houses, and public transportation might all benefit from the technology.

3. Energy-storing Bricks

     What is it?

FUTURE TECHNOLOGY 

Scientists have found a way to harness the power of the red bricks we’ve relied on for generations to build our homes. Researchers evaporate hydrochloric acid over the bricks’ surface after heating them to 160 degrees in order to store and release energy from the bricks. A chemical reaction takes place when PEDOT comes into contact with hematite, resulting in a new plastic nanofiber covering. Each face of the brick is coated with a coating of this polymer that is both electrically and thermally conductive.

Engineers have created an energy brick that can light a modest bulb for 50 minutes with only a single charge. Even after 10,000 charging and discharging cycles, the bricks maintain 90% of their original capacity. Although the quantity of energy these bricks can store is relatively minimal, the proof of concept is a stunning success..

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

Energy-efficient homes might be built using bricks, which could reduce the need for electric connections or lithium batteries. The major benefit of this technology of the future would come about when applied in a residence fitted with solar panels. The bricks might thus store unused electricity and thereby compensate for the intermittence of this renewable energy. An increase in energy capacity of 50 percent has been predicted for the next generation of bricks. This is enough to power a laptop, it is said. Several firms in Europe and the United States are now in discussions about commercializing it, but only time will tell if this becomes a reality.

4. Automated bees

What is this?

FUTURE TECHNOLOGY 

Climate change is wreaking havoc on the world’s bee populations, which are essential to pollinating 35% of the world’s crops. Will we do something about climate change in order to rescue the bees? That’s not how we do things around here. Our objective is to make robot bees that pollinate plants in the same way that real ones do. An autonomous drone equipped with a bee would be used to pollinate crops, utilizing sensors, cameras, and artificial intelligence.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

Numerous farmers may be spared financial collapse if autonomous insect pollinators were used to pollinate their crops, and the availability of almond milk would be guaranteed. It is possible that in the next several years, we may see autonomous insects fertilize enormous areas of land.

However, there are a few things that annoy me: First, small farmers may not be able to afford robotic bees, and we would be handing more power to huge corporations than to individuals once again. Also unknown is how these “bees” might impact the fauna in general, both on and off the fields.

5. Technology for Unnamed Dynamic Neural Networks

What is this?

That’s why they call it “brain-like,” since it operates “similarly” to that. Faster methods of employing neural networks are being sought by the data science community as the IoT revolution continues to grow.

Using neural networks in the IoT revolution is the subject of patent 10410117. There are “hidden layers” (nodes) in the network that hold all of the training data and mathematical models that may be utilized to train a new device. By mimicking our own brain, the technology’s name aptly describes its function.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

There are also environmental benefits to this, which is always a good thing.

This century’s greatest difficulties may be met by developing neural networks that are faster, more accurate, and more energy-efficient.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

There are also environmental benefits to this, which is always a good thing.

This century’s greatest difficulties may be met by developing neural networks that are faster, more accurate, and more energy-efficient.

6. Seawater fuel

     What is it?

FUTURE TECHNOLOGY 

Carbon dioxide from seawater has been extracted in a method that might be utilized as ship fuel in the near future by researchers. For the RWGS reaction, a potassium-promoted molybdenum carbide catalyst is used to convert molybdenum into carbon monoxide. In this case, ships might utilize this hydrocarbon instead of pre-boarded gasoline, which, as we know, has several dangers attached to it.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

As a long-term strategy, converting saltwater into cruise ship fuel might have a considerable impact on CO2 emissions. This might have devastating long-term consequences if the amount of water you process is too high, since it removes more sea life from the food chain. Despite the fact that it will ultimately return to the ocean, you might argue that it is not neutral. However, this is a slippery slope if you are at all concerned about the environment.

7. What does it mean to be proof of zero-knowledge?

What if we could prove anything without disclosing the source of the evidence? Once you get your mind around the notion and the reality that it’s a little more complicated than saying “c’mon bro, you know I’m good for it,” it doesn’t seem impossible to do.

John has two identically shaped and sized marbles, however they are different colors. He is shown a second stone and asked to guess if it is the same as the first one Jane had shown him. Each time he sees the colors of the marbles, he correctly guesses, and the likelihood that he guessed fortunate decreases. Without her ever having seen any of the marbles, Jane knows that John knows which stone is the original exhibited (and it’s color). That was fast: a demonstration of zero-knowledge existence. Non-interactive knowledge argument if you’re a family member.

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

If you don’t have your birth certificate, this might help you identify a person, access a restricted website, or assist in nuclear disarmament

8.  Four-dimensional printing What is it?

A 4D product is a 3D-printed item whose attributes can shift in response to external stimuli (submerged underwater, heated, shaken, not stirred, etc.). The fourth and final D is, therefore, time; the amount of time it takes for the stimulus to be meaningful. Humanity cannot develop or get entry to a new dimension, as implied by my previous statement (Only Rubik can do that).

However, we’re not even close to being ready for the market yet due to the fact that we haven’t mastered reversible modifications in some materials. Finding the appropriate “smart material” for a wide range of applications is a major difficulty (namely a hydrogel or a shape memory polymer for the time being).

What impact will it have on the globe as a whole??

This technology, which is still in its infancy but is currently being employed in various sectors, has the potential to improve several industries, including health care, fashion, and homemaking (furniture that becomes rigid under a certain stimulus).

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