As we enter a new era of science and technology progress by leaps and bounds, as a new generation soaring rapidly, we will soon be unable to keep pace with the times if we keep learning.
In 2017, it is also a year with rapid technological progress. Many emerging technologies have emerged and developed. Let us now have a look at what are the following:
1. Deep learning and machine vision
As the most promising science and technology in the future
e, deep learning has gradually deepened into our lives. The domestic Internet giants are also sparing no effort in developing artificial intelligence.
With the development of deep learning (especially with the development of convolutional neural networks), computer image recognition capabilities begin to outperform humans. At present, the machine vision technology has a wide range of applications in the fields of automatic driving, medical diagnosis, damage assessment of insurance claims, water level monitoring, agricultural production and other fields.
2. Quantum computer
Quantum computer refers to the use of quantum coherent superposition principle, in theory, with ultra-fast parallel computing and simulation capabilities of the computer. For example, if the speed of a traditional computer is now a bicycle, the speed of a quantum computer is like an airplane. For example, a quantum computer that manipulates 50 microscopic particles may be able to handle a particular problem more quickly than the currently available Superconductor Taihu-Sunshine supercomputer.
But corresponding to it is extremely high construction difficulty and high cost. In May 2017, the Chinese-made light-quantum computer surpassed the earlier classic computer. Quantum computer has unlimited potential, I believe in the near future will be able to achieve its enormous potential.
3. Audio interaction technology
The initial human-computer interaction came from the graphical user interface (GUI) that started in the early 1980s. However, due to visual fatigue and new technologies in a variety of embedded products, we need a new kind of interface that goes beyond vision – say audio interaction.
For example, car companies can use audio to interact with the driver’s attention on the road. More recently, Apple Inc. released its own AirPods, which is likely to bring even more brand new audio experience to the world’s fruit juices. 2017 will be the year of the Audio Interface (AUI), and audio interaction may be the most natural way for the next human-computer interaction.
4. To mimic photosynthesis to collect fuel
Harvard scientists have identified a new cobalt-phosphorus catalyst that uses solar energy, which breaks water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen, which then convert carbon dioxide into organic matter. In such a closed system, the carbon dioxide released by combustion will be re-converted into fuel instead of being released into the atmosphere. This technology may revolutionize the solar and wind industry. We will also be able to mimic the photosynthesis of leaves, allowing “bionic leaves” to be generated and stored.
5. Gene vaccine
Compared with the traditional vaccine, the gene vaccine is simple to prepare, easy to mass-produce and low in cost. Gene vaccines are relatively safe and much easier to prepare for viruses that are toxic and dangerous, and vaccines that are difficult to extract. This is crucial for responding to the sudden outbreak.
6. Human Cytogram Program
The Human Cytochemistry Project is a large international collaborative project that defines all human cell types based on unique molecular information such as gene expression and correlates this information with traditional cytological representations such as location and morphology. Launched in October 2016, the plan envisages a systematic mapping of human cells, the classification and sequencing of all (about 37 trillion) cells in the human body and the use of this key to deepening the understanding of disease diagnosis and monitoring Understanding of treatment.
7. Rest Assured Meat
But for the slimming foodie sister blessed it! In 2017, your supermarket may increasingly see a variety of plant-based alternatives to meat. At present, such foods are still classified as vegetarian areas, but they will go beyond this category and enter the wider market in the future. The point is, they will get better and better.
As people reduce their greenhouse gas emissions, combat climate change and keep increasing demand for zero residual food, we see two major product categories emerging: one is the extraction of plant proteins; one is the use of various technologies in a laboratory environment In the food cultivated – like meat, eggs and dairy products.
8. Software Robot
Some common robots in life are basically made of metal, very hard. And in the next few years, robots will have human softness, and we’ll see such applications in a variety of industries. For example, We want our cars equipped with software robotics to provide support and perform a variety of functions while driving.
Software robotics revolution is continuing to promote the application of the broader. As robots become more and more malleable they will fit into our daily lives in more interesting ways.
9. cheat the brain to achieve the impossible task
Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT) creates a multi-sensory environment that allows the brain to achieve biological results that go beyond medications. Initially, VRT was only used to treat phobias, depression, addiction and other psychological problems. And now it can create a virtual environment for stroke patients, reconnect the brains of patients, and re-establish the mobility of forgotten limbs. Immersive environments are now being created more and more easily and more will be found in the future to unlock the brain’s ability to quickly become used in neuro-rehabilitation.
With the development of artificial intelligence and intelligent recognition, the cost of UAVs will be getting lower and lower and everyone will be able to use this new technology in the future. In the future, this technology will also be used more widely. Whether it is looking for children trapped in collapsed buildings, or chasing criminals, and ensuring that medicines are delivered to patients in time and shipments to remote areas, it will be extremely handy.
Technology is rapidly developing, the future is no longer far!