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Technologies that will change the world in the future

Technologies that will change the world in the future

Technology is evolving day by day, which also means that we are increasingly inheriting more of the benefits it brings.

In the past, it seemed impossible to communicate with each other thousands of miles away. If anyone mentions this issue it would immediately be considered neurotic, and now it has become a reality.

Even now we can see each other’s face during a call (video call), not only that, it’s so funny 🙂

Or maybe the computer has the ability to act as a virtual assistant, which we thought only appeared in novels and movies before… Now it’s “formed”.

In the future, with the research of world experts and talents, human beings will go further and further. Yes, in this post, I’ll list some technologies that, if successful, will “dramatically” change the world.

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#First.quantum technology

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As we all know, today’s computer/telephone equipment is basically digital based and works by turning transistors on/off (corresponding to 0 and 1).

Obviously, since the birth and development of computer, it has brought great progress to us human beings.

Arguably, without transistors, without digital computers, we wouldn’t be where we are today. But the world’s leading chipmakers are having trouble designing transistors because their arrangements and designs are gradually reaching their physical limits.

This means they are designed to be as close to the smallest as possible, and can’t be designed to be smaller if still based on the same principles!

Maybe about 5-7 years from now, we’ll hit that limit and won’t be able to shrink them any further => then force researchers to find more optimized alternatives.

If you don’t understand what a transistor is, please refer to this article to make sure you see it through (a very accessible article dedicated to it): Find out what the 7nm process really means, 10nm… on CPU

Scientists have long been studying quantum technology with quantum computers because researchers know in advance that transistors will reach their limits at some point, and quantum will is the perfect substitute.

Currently, the first quantum computers with hundreds of times more power than conventional digital computers (of the same size) have been born and are used in research and defense agencies…

It may be a long time before the first commercial version of a quantum computer arrives, but when it does, there will someday be a “pocket”-sized computer, or handheld. In the presence, nothing is far away.

#2.low cost thermally conductive material

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Well, the factor that hinders the functionality of today’s mobile devices is temperature. Mobile devices have powerful processors (CPUs), but unfortunately, when run continuously at high intensity, they generate a lot of heat.

If this heat is not properly controlled, the performance of the machine can be significantly reduced (reduced heat), another is to cause discomfort to the user, reduce the life of the internal components of the machine, and even cause an explosion.

If you think about quantum, I think they are essentially the same, microscopic particles also generate heat when they are active (moving).

At present, common thermal conductive materials such as copper and aluminum, and even the use of gas, still have certain limitations.

If, in the future, researchers can develop a thermally conductive material that is strong enough and inexpensive enough to make it popular, mobile chips will be able to perform to their full potential. Then we can be overwhelmed by the sheer power of compact mobile devices.

#3.Power Generation Technology

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Phrases such as eco-friendly electric vehicles, using fast charging to shorten battery charging time, and replacing fossil fuels with electricity are all too familiar.

But there is a problem, there are electric vehicles to protect the environment, there are electric equipment to replace gasoline equipment… But the question here is, where does the electricity come from?

We have paid too much attention to the so-called replacement of fossil fuels (gasoline, oil, etc.) with electricity, but have forgotten a core issue, which is where electricity comes from.

Up to 80% of electricity currently comes from traditional sources such as hydro, thermal and natural gas, while nuclear power is not available in all countries due to high installation costs.

And like thermal power, gas power and even hydropower, will have adverse effects on the environment, especially thermal power. If solar or wind power is well optimized, it could be a good alternative energy source in the future.

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In addition, many other technologies are also under study, such as: wave power generation, magnetic energy, underground energy… All of these are for the goal of having enough electricity in the future, when fossil fuel resources are gradually exhausted and people’s living standards improve.

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The more developed the world is, the closer people are to the limits of the technologies and resources available on Earth.

That’s why scientists and developed nations are pouring billions of dollars into things that seem out of reach (and even many consider it a fantasy): like going to Mars, generating electricity from the ground, quantum chips… Research decades, even hundreds of years ago.

Today, we have only taken a toddler’s step, and everything is for the survival of human beings and the development of countries. Hope the information in this article is useful to you. Thanks for reading this far!

CTV: Li Ting Huang Wu
edit By Kien Nguyen