Today we are talking about the New technologies in 2022. In this technology-oriented world, technologies continue growing rapidly. Technologies are the game changers in every industry. Some decades before we imagine robots, cars flying in the sky, and other technologies just like we saw in fictional movies. But these are no more frictional, now they are the reality and the best part is that they are used in our daily life. For industrial purposes, these technologies improve the speed, quality, accuracy, and cost of goods and services.
Artificial technology (AI)
Artificial technology is what we call AI in short. The robots we’re discussing don’t look like the ones from Star Wars many of them like Alexa and Siri. You can’t even see and feel these because they’re computer programs what makes them robots is the truth, they can take data examine it and learn from it and keep on getting more intelligent. The AI employed on google and Facebook that figure out what advertisements they should make pop up on your screen and for while you leave your living room or apartment robots are already helping us.
Products built-in companies analyze financial reports act as virtual nurses for patients in the future we could be talking about robots we have in our houses that will be able to cook for us do all kinds of boring jobs. Besides this, it is capable of doing critical, dangerous, and risky jobs like fighting fires or picking up radioactive waste and garbage.
Brain Controlled Interfaced (BCI)
Imagine we can guide a computer input device like a mouse, keyboard by just thinking about it. We can listen to music, not from speakers but that’s being streamed right into your brain possibly that thought blows your mind. Perhaps it even creeps you out either way it’s already being developed and it’s happening soon. The leading company in this technology is Elon Musk’s company Neuralink.
They are studying methods to implant a chip into your brain that will be able to interact with computers. And just in situation, you thought we made the thing up about streaming music directly to your brain that came from a tweet on Elon musk’s Twitter feed. If the thought creeps you out a bit, you’re not alone but the idea behind it is to help humans compete with super-intelligent robots, and it also intends to cure sicknesses like depression and obsession by rewiring brain patterns.
Of course, we’re not just talking about those craft videos that come up on your Facebook feed with decorations people have made with 3d printing. 3D printing fashion accessories even car parts are kind of old school now more cutting edge are 3d printed organs that use patient cells which will mean they don’t have to wait for an organ donor. In China they’ve 3d printed an entire apartment block and the future of 3d printed buildings could bring down the price of housing and solve the problem of homelessness. Also, 3d printed rockets could be on the way too Nasa’s already made a 3d printed rocket injector.
The California-based company relativity space aims to make the first fully 3d printed space rockets for a fraction of what they cost now. By using a bit of AI into the mix the technology will be able to detect faults in the design and improve on them but they’re not there yet. First, they need to figure out how to 3D print something that’s 100 feet tall and out of a material that can withstand the temperatures of takeoff.
Living robots are entirely distinct kinds of a robot, not one that’s so adorable it makes you think it’s alive. If you remember Tamagotchis we’re not talking about those. We are talking about the robots that are made of real living tissue and could revolutionize medical science. Experts have taken stem cells from frogs, and they’ve applied computer programs to assemble them into blobs about a millimeter in diameter.
They’re not robots as we know them and even though they develop from living tissue. They’re not classed as animals either they’re little programmable organisms that can move independently and can also work mutually as a team. They might also be able to self-heal their injuries and remove plaque from human arteries or take medication into patients’ bodies.
If you’ve played Pokémon go you’ve already used AR. Hunting Pokémon is just the tip of the iceberg with this impressive technology. The boundaries are just going to keep growing overlaying digital pictures onto real-life backgrounds that could have all kinds of applications in the future. For example, you had to fix a vehicle engine but weren’t sure that you had to do forget to look for a tutorial on YouTube. You can able to put on a set of AR glasses or contact lenses and then look at the engine with the guidance of AI.
The software will investigate the problem and then show you precisely what you have to do and then give you feedback on whether you’re making it right. How about a city model that just shows you the best restaurants and nightlife on a map? We’ll point it out to you in real-time with menus and reviews resembling next to them and instead of seeing advertising billboards in the city. Your AR glasses will show you virtual adverts tailored for you which means it’s got the big potential for advertising as well.
What about doing some online shopping for clothes and seeing yourself wearing them even though you’ve never been anywhere near them. Making a preview of how furniture will look in your room even though it’s still in the warehouse or conference calling someone on the other side of the world and having them appear on your couch. These are just a few things AR could be bringing to us soon.
Tactile Virtual Reality
For any gamers out there, you’ll understand when you get hit in a game and you feel a dull thud from your control panel this is the concept of tactile or haptic feedback. It is about to be taken to a whole new level imagine the same idea. But in a bodysuit with sense transmitters all over it. It will mean that your VR experience lets you feel the experience as well as see and hear it. Bodysuits let you feel as well as see and hear virtual worlds are already on the market.
They have used in sports training rehabilitation and gaming. The technology is also being tested for training surgeons in simulation applications for practicing complex surgery it helps to be able to feel the resistance of body tissues. When they’re being cut into or sewn programs that can do this make the training more realistic and are already in development.
Yes, Thanks to tesla self-driving vehicles are already on the market. But what’s being done so far is only the tip of the iceberg for Tesla and other companies. The goal is level 5 automation which means there’s no steering wheel or pedals for the passenger. Just inputs where they want to go and the car does all the work. That means we could be looking at a future where most people don’t own a car. Instead, there are just fleets of self-driving vehicles on the road which you just jump into and enjoy ride.
Not so great if you love being behind the wheel yourself but it promises to reduce congestion and pollution. It could make parking lots obsolete and free up that space for other uses. In Dubai, the world’s first autonomous drone taxis are in development. The company that’s developing drone taxis is Volcopter. They aim to launch drone taxis by 2023 and they estimate that by 2030 a quarter of journeys in Dubai will be done by drone taxi.
When it comes to transport of the future if drone taxis aren’t exciting enough for you maybe this will be imagine doing long distance journeys at a speed even faster than a jet plane. But without having to be airborne and potentially with zero carbon impact. Well that’s something Elon musk is working on it’s a joint project between Tesla and Spacex and it’s called the hyperloop. It works by placing a pod inside a tunnel with low air pressure and as the air resistance and friction are low.
It can travel at Hypersonic speeds in testing. they’ve reached 460 kilometers per hour. They aim to get that up to 1200 kilometers per hour that’s faster than a commercial jet oh and Elon tells us it’ll work even better on mars where there will be no need for a tunnel because there’s almost no atmosphere.
The hunt is on for alternatives to fossil fuels and a carbon neutral feature everybody with common sense knows it’s the way forward. Apart from people working for oil companies or whose election campaigns are funded by them. We’ve all heard about electric cars but another option that doesn’t pollute is hydrogen power hydrogen fuel cells. To power engines have been around for a while in 2015 Toyota produced a car that runs on hydrogen the mirai.
By the end of 2019 they’d only sold 10,000 of them not a huge number. This is because there are still problems to deal with before hydrogen really takes off first even if hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe it’s still difficult to put it into pure form that makes it expensive. By the mile it’s about four times as expensive as gasoline second it’s highly flammable which makes it dangerous.
Yes, gasoline is also flammable but not as difficult or dangerous to store as hydrogen and this makes the technology more expensive. A hydrogen vehicle costs about twice as much as a comparable vehicle that runs on gas but the search is on to make hydrogen more available safer and cheaper and if we can do all that hydrogen could be the power of the future.
Energy Storing Bricks
If you think you’ve got too many wires in your house this one could be for you because soon enough instead of having your electricity coming through wires. It could be stored in the bricks in your walls combine that with a few solar panels on your roof. We could be looking at steps toward carbon neutral living. We’re talking about regular building bricks the world’s most familiar building material just ones that have been modified by scientists.
The fact they contain iron oxide that’s also the chemical that makes them red allows them to do this. They’re rechargeable and there’s also talk about them being able to directly turn the sun’s heat into energy. That would mean you wouldn’t even need a solar panel on your roof the science on this is still in its early stages. But a proof-of-concept brick has been developed at the university of st louis and Washington what’s more as well as storing energy it can even power small devices handy.