The most disruptive technologies 2014
Drones, brain mapping, cellular and ultra-safe technologies that have managed to dramatically change the way humans work and live. The technology news are full of constant progress. However, only some of these developments are true landmarks. Here we quote 10 of them. All these advances solve complex problems or create new and powerful ways to use technology. Disruptive technologies are of great importance for the future.
This is the introduction to the list of the most influential technological advances so far this year. Located in the annual report TR10 Massachusetts Institute of Technology ( MIT ). Here we can find a variety of technological advances that have made (and will continue to develop while) change the way we use and see technology.
1. Drones for agriculture:
Drones are a real trend for the countless technological applications can have. Its use has passed since the issue of privacy to be the main actor in the initiative to bring connectivity to developing countries. With good reason, are the first in the list. This time, the report of the MIT emphasizes its disruptive impact on agriculture for their ease of use and affordable (less than $ 1,000), plus it can be equipped with cameras to monitor pests or water use in irrigation systems .
Two. Smartphones ultraconservative
Privacy, one of the unresolved issues of the technological age. For MIT , the cell ultraconservative are products of the “era Snow den” and respond to market needs with systems transmitting as little personal information, and ensure the privacy and safety. Their importance is that they are the fastest appetite response information from governments, using regular smartphones to get quick and simple.
Three. Brain mapping
Of course, the drug had to be in this list. Technology has helped advance medicine by leaps and bounds in human research and new medical solutions. Brain mapping is one of the most important for MIT and has led man to learn more about the intricate world of the human brain. Thanks to this technique, doctors have been able to map high resolution studies the structures of the human brain as small as 20 microns scales.