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Manish Lamrod

@letsuser | Posted 09 Oct, 2018 |

What are the recent trends in science and technology?

jannat khan

etc | Posted 27 Jun, 2019

Artificial intelligence will reshape business strategies. ...
Blockchain will reveal new opportunities in different industries. ...
New approaches to privacy and security are coming. ...
The Internet of Things will become intelligent. ...
Deep learning will be faster and data collection better.

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lets user

@lets | Posted 24 Jun, 2019

Recent trends in technology includes Artificial intelligence, DevOps, FineTech, Machine learning, Cloud computing etc.

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Aditi Raletta

@Aditi | Posted 13 Jun, 2019

Recent trends in technology include various fields such as Machine Learning will advance Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) , Quantum Computing (Supercomputing) , Global Internet of Things (IoT) security breach , Blockchain Technology. These are some latest trending technologies and you can learn more about technology on TechnologyMoon.





Medha Kapoor

B.A. (Journalism & Mass Communication) | Posted 05 Mar, 2019

The trends in science and technology that are going to take their toll in 2019 are very crucial, as they are going to play an important role in generating or destroying jobs in various sectors.


One such trend is that of Robotic Process Automation or RPA. This means that most of the business processes are going to get automated to eliminate human intervention. According to the reports, the tasks and functions that will get automated are not just that of low paid workers. In fact, many high profile employment opportunities stand at the risk of getting destroyed due to this new trend in science and technology.

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According to Forrester Research, the jobs of around 230 million people are going to get threatened due to RPA. This makes 9 percent of the total working population. (Source: simplilearn.com)

But just like every technology has its own pros and cons, Robotic Process Automation also does. So RPA will also generate jobs for the workforce.

The career opportunities that RPA is going to create for IT professionals include solution architect, consultant, developer, project manager, and business analyst.

So according to the reports, RPA will automate only 5 percent of jobs completely and 60 percent of them completely. In turn, they will be creating many highly paid employments whose average worth will be $73,861. (Source: simplilearn.com)


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.