Since the middle of the 1990s, there have been big changes in how we do business. Many of these changes were brought on by the influential role that technology played in ushering in the information age. In the late 1990s, the internet was being invented. From just being a social networking project, it has evolved into being a force to be reckoned with. It was an engineering marvel that brought on a host of other computing problems that we take advantage of every day. As this time was 1999, the internet was still plagued with security issues. It was a virtual alley cat against a historical figure like Mary Quant and not very many people were able to afford it. Mary Quant was a rich person. Did screenprint catalogs? We’re talking millions of dollars.
Sci-fi writers and science-fiction writers have populated the internet with many tales of high technology including encounters with aliens, visual propulsion, hole surprise, and talking animals. It’s a good shame that these scientists and inventors couldn’t find time to spend with Mary Quant, considering that she would have easily crossover the results. By the time they got around to solving the problem, it was too late. And even though we’re having these conversations now, I’m sure that they’ll be jotting down the results so that they could look up the answers themselves. Although, there’s no doubt that eventually all 3D printers will be upgraded to the level where they can print bar codes. But, our day-to-day business will not be hinge on that ability at present.
Future: By then, we’ll most likely have upgraded all of our consumer electronics and our entertainment systems. We always play video games, watch movies, listen to music, and do tons more. Future technology will be able to handle even more. Billboards will be more advanced. Air-conditioners and television will heat up more quickly. They will also be able to communicate with each other and perhaps even sniff out the presence of hidden personnel. A computerized brain will be able to recognize patterns and build models from experience. This means that the future is going to be wired. The question is how are we going to wire our brain?
Can you imagine a time when you don’t even need to look up directions, telephone, or the time with a hold and a call? Perhaps getting directions to a new location could be enough. Or even finding out the weather overnight could provide enough information for you to be able to prepare for the day. In this case, technology would be somewhat rewarded. Perhaps scientists who study such things would get rewards from their peers who would study and figure out the answers needed to succeed.
This is why scientists are to be put on hold while studying such things. They need to figure out the answers to these questions. Even though they are going to be able to successfully answer most of these questions, there are sure to be wrong answers. This is why they will need to be thorough in their figuring out the answers.
How scientists figure out the answers to these questions is sure to change the world in which we live. You may think that it’s not necessary for them to figure out these answers but think again. Without these answers, they could not survive. Perhaps buying a robot to do their figuring out will be the answer. Robotics has made a respectable name in the world of technology. Future robotics systems could be programmed to understand human speech, as well as produce a television program.
If you were to visit the future world of robotics systems, you might be surprised by what you see. Experts dead set on their work are putting everything they have into this production. They are making incredibly realistic copies of humans and living things, as well as other things. The closer these robotic mimic humans, the closer we can recreate them. The points about making realistic copies are not just idle chit-chat. The progress in this field means that we can already manufacture things that are realistic copies of humans. Technology is moving at such a fast rate that it is hard to keep up with it.
The current state of the art is that there are prototypes that are quite plausible looking, and depending on the strength of the performance of the prototypes, they could become very feasible in the near future. We take a look at these prototypes here.
Nanocillator Ultra Third Generation
This nanoparticle, which is one of a family of materials now being researched into materials in which conductive electricity can be injected, is the most daring attempt to date. The potential of this discovery is enormous. The efficiency with which the devices can be used, and the power they could provide, are simply amazing. They could be used to treat hospitals, to enable the disabled to walk and do much more.