What was new technology in 2016?
We predicted that 2016 would bring major progress on high-tech cancer cures enabled by using gene editing to tune the human immune system, and it did. First, American scientists got a green light to start using the gene-editing technique called CRISPR to customize T cells and turn them into cancer killers.
What inventions came out in 2018?
Best Inventions 2018
- On-Demand Eyes for the Blind. Aira.
- A Hearing Aid Meant for the Masses. Eargo Max.
- A Razor Built for Assisted Shaving. Gillette Treo.
- A Wheelchair That Empowers Its Users. WHILL Model Ci.
- Making Gaming More Inclusive. Xbox Adaptive Controller.
What was the best technology in 2017?
With careful curation by the Mashable Tech Team, here are our picks for best tech of the year.
- Nintendo Switch.
- Google Pixelbook.
- LG Wallpaper TV.
- Google Home Mini.
- Amazon Fire TV 4K.
- Sphero R2-D2.
- Nuheara IQbuds.
- Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
What technology is in 2019?
Autonomous vehicles and robotics are the two industries that will see the most rapid developments during 2019. In 2019, there is going to be a convergence of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning in business applications.
What are the best technology advances of 2016?
From batteries to space rockets, here are the 10 best technology advances of 2016: 10. The first 1TB SD card I still remember when the first 1TB USB flash drives were coming out—it wasn’t so many years ago. The fact that we can now stuff that same storage capacity in a tiny SD card is truly mind-boggling.
How did technology change in 2016?
We say it every year, but technology moves forward at a breakneck pace. Whether it’s being applied to consumer-facing products today or research that’ll take hold in the years to come, 2016 had its fair share of industry-shaking technology advances.
When is the Gartner Top 10 strategic technology trends webinar?
He will give a complimentary webinar on The Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends on February 29. Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company.
What are the most promising technologies for the future of manufacturing?
Some, such as 3D printing (or additive manufacturing) and advanced robotics, have a long industrial history and are on the cusp of mainstream adoption, albeit in certain geographies and industries. Others, such as artificial intelligence and wearables, are in a more nascent stage, but present promising use cases.