4 Innovations that will Change the World

4 Innovations that will Change the World

Anuja Lath 12/03/2019 5
It is rightly said that science, technology and growth are closely related to each other. If you look three decades back, the technology space has grown immensely. This has affected the way we live, work and interact either directly or indirectly. Numerous technologies are being introduced with each passing year.

 


So are you aware of the latest technological innovations in the world? If not, then you have come to the right place. Check out our list of exciting new inventions that will change the world and are expected to become mainstream soon.

Sophia Robot

Sophia, a social humanoid robot developed by Hong Kong based company Hanson Robotics made her first public appearance in 2016. This humanoid robot has 9 more siblings. The main objective of Sophia is to accompany the elderly at nursing homes and to help the crowd at large events.

It is an ideal example of innovation combined with technology. The AI algorithms fed into the system make it smart enough to analyze a situation.

The many benefits associated with this robot made it the United Nations Development program’s first ever innovation Champion for Asia and Pacific.

Reading your dream

Would you be curious to know what you dreamt of the previous night? For most of us, the answer would be yes!

Reading a dream would seem impossible in the yesteryears. But as we are witnessing a major shift in technology and innovations, this could soon be a reality. 

A tracker is inserted in your pillow, which monitors the brain activities. Tracking and interpreting the electrical activity from the brain, and helping you understand your dreams. 

Navigation on the Windscreen

If you think that you cannot experience the navigation on the windscreen of your car, then you haven’t heard about Carloudy.

It is the world’s first E-ink smart, wireless head up display for every car that works best under bright sunlight and in the evening. It is a device that makes use of sunlight to reflect an image on your windscreen.

It can be easily connected with a smartphone or a Bluetooth device. The device is designed to be commanded by the voice, thus enabling the driver to focus on driving.

Anti-Stress Gadget

It is a perfect device for someone who suffers from depression. The Fidget cube was invented for those who reflect symptoms of nervousness like biting a pen, shredding a paper, etc.

It is a cube with the joystick that helps people suffering from anxiety. With its help, the efficiency and productivity of the person improves significantly, thus lowering the anxiety.

For humans to co-exist with the technology and live in a balanced way, it is important to know about the future inventions and technologies that will change the world. Being familiar with the inventions of the future also gives you a sense of direction when it comes to lifestyle, business and technology. Say you’re a big tech firm, this information is important in areas of product development, design and other decisions that could affect your business. 

So, what are your thoughts about the future we’re headed into? We think that we’re possibly headed into a dark yet efficient future that is going to affect our lives in ways we do not even know yet! Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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  • Dolly Dawson

    Finally some realistic innovations, not some unproven stuff.

  • Kelly Evans

    Great article

  • Josh Phillips

    Some of these things are amazing creative ideas.

  • Patrick McKeon

    Just got inspired! I love gathering thoughts about innovation.

  • David Chapman

    Super cool !

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Anuja Lath

Digital Marketing Guru

Anuja is India's #7 LinkedIn Top Voice 2017. She is the Co-founder and CEO of RedAlkemi Online Pvt. Ltd., a digital marketing agency helping clients with their end to end online presence. Anuja has 30 years of work experience as a successful entrepreneur and has co-founded several ventures since 1986. She and her team are passionate about helping SMEs achieve measurable online success for their business. Anuja holds a Bachelors degree in Advertising from the Government College of Fine Arts, Chandigarh, India.

 

   

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