New ways people can experience technology to change the world

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Technology is changing the way we live. New discoveries are bringing in unimaginable innovations. What was impossible yesterday is a reality today. Since time immemorial, humans have invented tools and different types of technologies to assist them in the pursuit of their goals. Huge shifts in technologies resulted in diversification in social structures, individual interaction among society and adoption of change. As the new technology progresses by leaps and bounds, these rapid advancements can lead us to a whole new world of technology.
It’s breathtaking that in just a decade we have gone from the initial stages of technology to the robots which can think on its own, self-driving cars and a lot more. No matter how much the technology foster, the house you live in is most important. We will analyze what are the new ways in the field of technology which people can use to change the world.

Genetic Scanning
Scientists are scanning human DNA technologies with precision and rapidly finding genes associated with cancer, arthritis, diabetes and other diseases. It’s a premium from a landmark achievement completed five years ago —the identification of all the building blocks in human DNA. Recently introduced methods allow an entire genome to be scanned at one time for sequences linked to trait loci. Difference analysis and genomic misalliance scanning are designed, respectively, to isolate and portray sequences that differ between genomes discordant for a trait, or that are identical between genomes concordant for a trait. 

Self-driving Cars
There are numerous self-driving technologies that have been developed by Google, Uber, Tesla, Nissan, and other major automakers, researchers, and technology companies. Self-driving technology could help individuals who are unable to drive themselves such as the elderly or disabled. The levels 0 to 5 are defined with respect to their relative extent of automation. Level 0, “No Automation”, is where the driver is able to control the car without any driver assistance system. The tables turn, however, in level 5,  it’s the car that can drive without any human interaction. Level 3 is “Highly Automated Driving”, level 4 is “Fully Automated Driving” and level 5 is “Full Automation” is still in the testing phase. The driver assistance systems of level 1 are very usual today and used in all current BMW models.

Drones
A typical unmanned aircraft is built of light composite materials to minimize weight and increase maneuverability. This composite material strength empowers military drones to drift at extremely high altitudes. Drones are equipped with distinct state of the art technology such as infrared cameras, GPS and laser (consumer, commercial and military UAV). Drones are controlled by remote ground control systems (GSC) and also known as a ground cockpit.

One of the most popular drones in the market is the DJI Phantom 3. This drone was very popular along with professional aerial cinematographers. It uses sufficient advanced technology which is present in the very latest drones.

This UAV is exemplary to explain drone technology because it has everything in one package.  It includes the UAV, gimbal, and camera and uses some of the top drone technology in the market today.

Some new and highly advanced drones such as the DJI Mavic 2, Mavic Air, Phantom 4 Pro, Inspire 2 and Walkera Voyager 5 made their way to the market.

IoT Integration
One year ago, 82% of respondents in an international Forrester IT survey said that they were unable to identify all of the devices connected to their networks. Of respondents, 54% were worried about device security, and 55% were concerned about integration More organizations will proceed with IoT implementations in 2019.

Lab-grown Meats
Cows on tower blocks might seem a bit bonkers, but lab-grown meat is a real thing that’s already being worked on. If scientists can develop a cost-effective way to grow edible meat in the lab it would change the way we live and eat forever. This change not only cuts down the ecological damage meat farming does to the world, but also makes for an ethical alternative to meat eating that many people could enjoy.

Refrigerators that order for you
If 3D printed food seems unrealistic, how about a refrigerator that senses when you’re running low on something and orders it for you? This tech already exists and is getting better and better every year. Eventually, it’ll be so common every home will have one and you’ll never need to pop out to the supermarket again. 

The technology we’re already exposed and accustomed to has paved the way for us to innovate further, and this list of current and future technologies certainly have the potential to change our lives even more.