Nanotechnology refers to the manipulation of materials in the atomic and molecular levels for revolutionizing computing, not just by making the process faster but also by making computing devices a lot smaller. Scientists believe that devices as small as cells may someday navigate through the human body to serve as artificial immune systems.
The idea behind this technology is providing humans with the ability to hook their brains directly into the internet. The giant leap into the realm of wetware recently became possible after a bionic eye got the approval of FDA. Neural interfaces involves brain wave mapping, which refers to the process of controlling remote robotics directly from neural impulses.
Engineered Stem Cells
James Thomson of the University of Wisconsin Cellular Dynamics Center first pioneered engineered stem cells. The aim of engineered stem cells is to revolutionize the way medical practitioners screen drugs and study disease. With the help of cells from patients with various diseases, any infirmity can now be cured.
Self-diagnostic medicine is a technology that will soon provide an effective alternative to medical consultations. Recently developed Web MD is an example of this technology, wherein diagnostic hardware becomes available in the comfort of people’s homes.
Quantum teleportation refers to the direct transfer of a quantum state from one location to another, making possible the out of the ordinary phenomenon dubbed as “entanglement”. This phenomenon is the link that exists between certain particles even when they are separated by space. Quantum teleportation will soon revolutionize the speed of communication.