Explore the next frontier of tech innovation, and imagine our society in the near and far future.
Taylor was standing at the steam wand trying to make a latte when he was swept away by the sweet vanilla aroma and thoughts of his girlfriend came to his mind. She loved the smell of vanilla and he loved her. Though he had not known her long, he just couldn’t shake his desire to marry her. She was lovely, smart, tender, and caring. But how could he afford to? Ouch, he thought as the heat from the milk brought him back to reality. He poured the milk over the espresso shot and called out the customer’s name. Being a barista is a fun job, he thought, too bad it doesn’t pay enough. After his shift, he was rounding a corner when he noticed a woman in a tailored blazer and diamond earrings nervously smoking a cigarette.
Under the shadow of the broken buildings they walked, silently, stepping carefully over the small pieces of rubble littering the street. The sky was a dark gray making the buildings look like ominous guardians watching their every trespassing move. She shuddered when a cold wind blew from a side street.
Viruses: Nature's Nanobots
Most people, especially due to this current pandemic, probably have a lot of hatred to give to viruses. Honestly, I cannot blame them. Viruses cause diseases and like tiny microscopic parasites, they tend to take a lot from their victims without providing anything in return. They can cause death and serious injury to pretty much all animals on this planet and they can replicate much faster than most disease-causing creatures on this planet, making them harder to deal with. Honestly, most people would never look at viruses and see them as useful or helpful in any way, shape, or form … and honestly, it is hard to disagree at first glance. However, viruses can actually serve a useful purpose when it comes to an emerging field of modern technology and help make a difficult task much easier. Today’s most harmful viruses could, one day, become mankind’s most helpful nanobots and assist us in our daily lives!
8 Information Technology Industry Trends for 2021
Information technology is a revolutionary industry that witnesses change every day. Innovations, inventions, and uniqueness are cherished by the IT managers and hence layman enjoys the benefits of the digital products. Siri, Facebook, and Simon are just a few examples that originated in 2011, 2004, and 1992 respectively, modernizing the IT world by becoming the acclaimed trend of that time. Let’s see the expected information technology trends that will thrive in the year 2021.
A Complete Guide to Voice of the Customer
Have you ever wondered what your customers think about your brand? Ever wanted to know how they perceive you? Have you ever wished that you could get into their heads and understand what they want, what they expect from you and what issues they are facing using your offerings?
How 5G is Transforming Manufacturing
The advent of 5G technology is a highly anticipated tech innovation, particularly in the manufacturing sector, which is poised to benefit greatly from this development. With promising benefits such as super-fast connection, low latency, ultra-reliability, more bandwidth than Wi-Fi and 4G LTE, and support for thousands of devices in one location, no wonder everyone is excited about 5G technology.
UK Set to Lead the Green Revolution
Climate change is a leading concern for the British public. A recent YouGov poll found the environment is the third most important issue in the UK, ahead of both crime and the economy.
The Impact of IoT on Mobile App Development
Mobile apps have shaped the way we live our lives. Why, because technologies have played a significant role in our lifestyle where everything gets easier with them, but at the same time they also eliminate mobility from our day to day work.
Neuralink: Elon Musk’s Disaster in Making
Humans have long been fascinated by the ability to manipulate around them, by essentially making use of their thoughts. This concept has widely been popularised globally through numerous sci-fi movies and several thousands of fictional novels. As a civilization, we already have reached a stage wherein individuals can voluntarily get these implants in order to experience life from an entirely new perspective. After all, how many people would turn down the offer to at least possess the partial powers of the legendary Professor X?
Beyond The Nanosize Conundrum: A Deep Dive into Nano Networks and its Many Applications
Article Originally published in Hackernoon Traditional wired and wireless networking paradigms use electromagnetic signals as a transmission medium. Whereas, nanonetworks utilize message encoded molecules to send and receive messages between nanomachines.
Flying cars: The Next Big Thing Is on Its Way Say
The utopia of the flying cars in the movie of the late 1980s ‘Back to the Future’ and ‘The Blade Runner’ had now become real. Get rid of traffic congestion, save your precious time, and enjoy your vacations for long hours instead of spending hours on roads.
Economic crisis: generations X and Y will be the most affected
COVID-19 crisis has dramatically revealed the vulnerability of certain categories of the population. Three million jobs lost in Canada since the start of the pandemic, 400,000 in Quebec, the province hardest hit.