What technologies will shape the future?
5 Technology Innovations That Will Shape the Future of the World
- Cloud-Native Applications – Innovative & Competitive Edge.
- Internet of Things – Astounding Innovation.
- 5G Technology – Global Innovation.
- Electronic Bikes – Innovation for a Healthy Commute.
- Blockchain – Business Innovation.
What was invented in 2020?
- A Big Upgrade For Gamers. Microsoft Xbox Series S.
- A Real Game Changer. Nvidia GeForce Now.
- A Gaming Revolution. Sony Playstation 5.
- A Much Needed Escape. Nintendo Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
- A (Really) Flat-Screen TV. LG 65-in. GX OLED 4K TV (65GX)
- The Vertical TV. Samsung Sero.
What should we expect in 2050?
By 2050, the global population is projected to rise to 9.7 billion, which is more than two billion more people to feed than today. When crops fail and starvation threatens, people are forced to fight or flee. So will the decline of mountain ice, which is a source of meltwater for a quarter of the world’s population.
What are some of the Tech of the future?
Tech of the future: nanobots. He believes, that by the 2050, nanobots will plug our brains straight into the cloud, it will give us full immersion virtual reality from within the nervous system. Just like we do know with our smartphones, we will be able to do it with our brains, we’ll be able to expand our neocortex in the cloud.
How are advanced technologies shaping the future of manufacturing?
Integrated European priorities are aligning with Industry 4.0 and the development and integration of Smart Factories (IoT). China is prioritizing predictive analytics to close the gap with the U.S. and create competitive advantage through High Performance Computing (HPC).
Who are the major manufacturers of advanced technologies?
The initiative is designed to help identify the most promising advanced technologies in development within the United States. Senior management teams at ABB , Kraft, Deere & Company, Dow Chemical Company, PepsiCo , Ford Motor Company, General Electric, IBM, and Lockheed Martin Corporation and others were interviewed.