The MIT Technology Review has just released their “10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2017” which sparked a bit of a debate at VerseOne HQ.
I’d like to know what you think about the Top 10 and which, if any, you’re most excited about.
Let me know your thoughts or even what tech you think should have made the list. Tweet me @VerseOneComms.
The Top 10, in no particular order:
Scientists taking great strides forward using brain implants to restore movement in patients with spinal cord injuries.
Fully automated trucks will soon be the norm—truck drivers the next victim of the automation of the workforce?
How long until all you need to pay for dinner or the cinema is your face? China’s already there.
Is the next leap forward in computing about to make the last few years look like the middle ages?
Selfie-addicts everywhere rejoice! The low-cost of hardware is about to make your dreams a reality, and change the way we all communicate and share.
Calm down, it’s not quite lightsabers…yet. It’s definitely the next step in renewable energy though.
Recent progress has been made in the fight against rare hereditary diseases, and scientists have their sights on Cancer & Heart disease next.
The A-Z of what we’re really made of.
Having all our devices fully connected to each other all the time is all good, right?
How long before computers are teaching us, and not the other way around?