Technology is everywhere

technology is everywhere

According to The International Telecommunication Union (ITU), almost 50% of the world’s population uses the internet, leading to over 3.5 billion daily searches on Google and more than 570 new websites being launched each minute. And even more mind-boggling? Over 90% of the world’s data has been created in just the last couple of years!!!

If you only take into account the aforementioned data and nothing else, it is enough to convince someone that technology is here to stay, especially the internet and the smartphone. Sure, in the future we might simply have wristbands or even implanted chips in our minds that would really aid us in a much more amazing way than our present-day smartphones.

The internet is a wondrous place that offers business and employment opportunities to a wide range of people. Social media is such a diverse and large canvas for people to find something practical and profitable for themselves within it. This is why we have everything from task management software for organizing tasks to video converters and more.

Now we own a digital opportunity to provide fast customer service by using different software, apps, and online platforms.

And that’s not the end.

The advent of popular cryptocurrencies is also changing things substantially. Litecoin and Ethereum all offer a potentially more secure and decentralized alternative to fiat currency.

Let’s look at some other things that may drastically change our lives in the future –

1. Artificial neurons

The birth of any great technology is preceded by copious amounts of necessary research that includes a lot of experiments to prove and disprove theories and notions that might crop up during the process. For example, before creating a real-time support channel, you need to do a customer behavior analysis and understand how to design that appropriate to their wants and needs. So, this new ability to create artificial neurons on silicon chips must be understood in the context of man’s quest to create salient and independent life through artificial means. This new invention, however, is in all probability the most important piece of the puzzle when it comes to creating artificial life. Until now neurons have been akin to black boxes, but with this, we have managed to open the black box and peer inside.

2. Floating farms

The world is plagued by many serious problems which include population explosion, lack of food and water, changing weather, extreme global warming, etc. The UN predicts that the population of the world will increase by at least 2 billion by the year 2050. This will create a demand of more than 70% for food! The famous meme of our times ‘modern problems require modern solutions’ comes to mind when faced with these numbers. Thankfully, an architect has created a great and sustainable design for the impending future. The design features a 24m-tall, three-tier structure with solar panels on the top-most floor to provide energy. The middle tier grows a variety of veg over an area of 51,000m2, not using soil but rather using nutrients in the liquid. These nutrients and plant matter would drop into the bottom layer to feed fish, which are farmed in an enclosed space.

The world is just as exciting as it once was, except now we have many more viable options in terms of how to deal with a situation. And if you’re active on social media, you’re in for a treat! Influencers are leaping on these new innovations and using social media trends to create great content - there’s no shortage of great Instagram story ideas.

Overall! Keep your data safe while spending time on Social Media and last but not least have some fun!

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