What was invented in the 2020?
- A Big Upgrade For Gamers. Microsoft Xbox Series S.
- A Real Game Changer. Nvidia GeForce Now.
- A Gaming Revolution. Sony Playstation 5.
- A Much Needed Escape. Nintendo Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
- A (Really) Flat-Screen TV. LG 65-in. GX OLED 4K TV (65GX)
- The Vertical TV. Samsung Sero.
What are the five greatest inventions of all time?
Top 10 Inventions That Changed the World
- The compass.
- The printing press.
- The internal combustion engine.
- The telephone.
- The light bulb. (Image credit: Terren | Creative Commons)
- Penicillin. (Image credit: National Institutes of Health)
- Contraceptives. (Image credit: Public domain)
- The Internet. (Image credit: Creative Commons | The Opte Project)
How will we communicate in 2030?
In the distant future, we may be able to communicate by sending our thoughts through a network directly into someone else’s brain. We’re decades away from such technology, but scientists are working on creating brain-computer interfaces that allow people to transmit thoughts directly to a computer.
What is the next technology after 5G?
6G means “sixth generation.” It will be the latest wireless internet and communications standard, following up on 5G and 4G before it.
What is the next biggest invention?
9 Innovations That Could Become the Next “Big Thing”
- Artificial Intelligence (AI)
- Autonomous driving.
- Reusable rockets.
- Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality.
- Rapid adaptation of renewable energy.
- Large scale desalination.
- Ridiculously fast internet.
- Online DNA analysis.
What technology will change the world in 5 years?
Those are including driverless vehicles, Quantum computing, 3D printed food, Robotic retail, virtual workspaces influenced by mixed reality (AR and VR), clean energy revolution powered by digital twins, and more.
What will be the technology in 2050?
In the year 2050, technology will dominate the workplace with artificial intelligence and smart assistants being commonplace, while the use of augmented and virtual reality continues to increase. Everything will be ‘smart’ – connected and data-driven.