Technology, as evidenced by recent reports that the heatwaves are becoming more intense, coupled with other difficulties such as smog in cities and the environment becoming more vulnerable, is being examined as a possible solution to these problems. One such company, Viessmann, has created a line of products dubbed “Humans of the future.” The most recent one they did was about possible technological advancements in the not too distant future!
Everything from smart doors to kitchen blenders will be connected to the cloud and the internet by 2050, according to Forbes.
The need for an alternative method of pollination is urgent as the threat of bee and insect extinction grows. It may appear to be a radical departure from current technology, yet this is a technology that is already under development! Numerous start-ups such as Drop copter have already begun work on developing this game-changing technology for agricultural use. In the beginning, their projects were primarily huge drones, but nanotechnology is rapidly progressing, and bee-sized drones could soon be able to pollinate fields and flowers!
In the realm of apps, it’s only a matter of time before our phones have apps that can detect the elements in anything and recommend where and how to recycle it! You could even be able to use this technology to determine which things aren’t recyclable, and then find ways to upcycle them when recycling isn’t possible.
Personal Digital health “twins.”
Technological developments have always included the ability to track one’s own body’s health in some way. Creating smart trackers that analyze your body and physical illnesses will be the next phase in the development of future technology. Even if you don’t need medical attention, this technology could help cut down on wait times in health centers because it can tell if you have a superficial injury that requires medical attention. It’s possible that digital health “twins” can also assist in detecting cancer in its earliest stages, increasing the chances of surviving the disease!
Human technology has already achieved what was once thought to be impossible, from apps to drones. For more than 1,000 years, the compass has been used for navigation, and the first X-ray was developed in 1895. The internet was founded in 1983. In the digital age, where mechanical devices are controlled by computer code and digital code, humankind is always inventing new technologies. Around the same way that the first tools made 3.3 million years ago improved human life and advanced human development, and irrigation was invented in 6000 BCE, technical advancements have helped propel humans in their struggle for survival and improvement of life. In the next fifty years, we should expect to see new technology that we can’t even imagine, as well as a new approach to work with nature.