Futuristic medical technologies might change healthcare from the bottom to the top. But as a sci-fi fanatic, these announcements make me optimistic about the future. One of those who like to contemplate about the future of technology is French designer Josselin Zaigouche who decided to design this incredible gadget, dubbed Apple Black Hole (and it’s not because it will such Apple down if it hits the market).
In comparison to conventional devices and equipment, future technology news states that ultramodern devices are more workable and powerful in their functionality. By inexpensive anti-aging technology I mean any technology that increases the human lifespan, and is so cheap that many hundreds of millions of people may use it. An example would be an inexpensive pill that prevents aging.
Hence, investing in this technology seems to be the forte of many private firms and government agencies especially the secret services like CIA of USA or R&AW of India. This will help determine the degree to which there is explicit risk of potential infringement based on technology architecture and other factors, and subsequently whether or not risk mitigation activities should be pursued.
FET actions are expected to initiate radically new lines of technology through unexplored collaborations between advanced multidisciplinary science and cutting-edge engineering. At present thirty eight percent of the physicians have made a switch to the electronic medical record system and this percentage is expected to rise in the near future.
It uses technology that examines a human body’s characteristics like DNA, facial patterns, eye retina, and hand measurements for authentication processes. From robotic pets to remote monitoring and health scanners straight out of Star Trek, Jeremy White reports on the new wave of technology that promises to make life easier in the very near future.