This video shows the top 5 future technology inventions and creations which are expected to be available in between 2019 to 2050. We should be cautious when predicting the future of work with AI and other new technologies, which may take much longer to materalise, and may eventually happen in very different ways from how we imagined today. Now, to continue on with this thread about future inventions that will save energy, let’s talk about some competing technology of hydrogen cars.
Eye tracking has been actively discussed by technology enthusiasts throughout these years, but it’s really challenging to implement. Access to the technology alone is not enough; even in countries where a large majority of the population has access, the literacy and skills needed to capture digital gains are sometimes limited.
SearchSAP recently spoke with three SAP executives about five future technology trends – augmented reality, blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), robotics and contingent labor – and some of their implications for enterprises and SAP users. For example specialized news topics, alerts, search criteria and shopping trends are provided to the client, on the basis that they will consume the advertising accompanied with it. The risk here is information pollution and information overload.
In addition, the standard MP3 players and IPods are fading away due to the capabilities of this technology to offer these features. With the help of this technology doctors and patients, transitioning medical records from paper to digital. In the future a teacher could take their class on a tour of the Amazon rain forest or the Great Barrier Reef within cyberspace and allow each individual student to explore using their own avatar.
Telemedicine is another interesting aspect that is bound to gain a lot of focus in the future of healthcare industry. Some people would like future technology to be in the form of free energy such as solar or electro-magnetic. After all, many psychologists and philosophers have noted that the human mind comes up with ideas and thoughts based on its experience and input from its sensors through the sense of touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing.