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Manish Lamrod

@letsuser | Posted 09 Oct, 2018 |

What are the recent trends in science and technology?

Sameer Kumar

Software engineer at HCL technologies | Posted 11 Oct, 2018

Here are some current trends that are being talked about everywhere within Science community: 


1. World's first bioelectronic medicine


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It's the claim made by the scientists from the US, that they have been successful in creating world's first bioelectronic medicine "which is implantable, biodegradable wireless device that speeds nerve regeneration and improves healing of damaged nerve." 


2. Nanotech


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A major Nanotech accident is expected by around 2025. From toothpastes to car tyres to clothing, every manufactured product is going to experience the effects of nanotechnology. 


3. The Age of Ultron? 


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Yea, we can say that. AI is expected to take over human intelligence sooner than we expect. Machine becoming more intelligent than humans would make them uncontrollable and maybe some the Marvel sci-fi comes to existence till 2025. 


4. Microscopic and Macroscopic


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These days, the popular researches that scientists around the world are indulged into are either too big or too small. The far-flung reaches of space and the exploration of the human life at a microscopic level and beyond seems to be scientists' favorite. 


5. Identity Crisis


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Cue biometrics, verbal signatures, body scanning and even ‘signatures’ based on body smell are under their way as the world becomes more digital and global. In the coming years, we may have to undergo identity verification steps beyond just passport size photographs and signature.