Technology 2022

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What technologies will be in 2022? This question is of interest to all people who want to keep abreast of the events taking place in the world and keep up with modern trends. Everything that awaits us in the near future is described in detail below.

The internet is everywhere

Today it is impossible to imagine the life of modern people without the Internet: through the worldwide network you can make purchases, pay for services, exchange information, find out the latest news, and track events. And in 2022, the Internet can penetrate literally all spheres of public life.

Firstly, sixty satellites were launched into the planet’s orbit as part of the Starlin program developed by Elon Musk last year, and in the future their total number is planned to be increased to 12 thousand! This will make the Internet available in any, even the most remote corners of the world, without wires, but through portable receivers. By the way, the United States and Russia have similar projects, but it is not yet clear whether they will be implemented by 2022.

Secondly, in the foreseeable future, it will be possible to connect to the Internet not only electronic devices, but also various other things used in everyday life: goods in stores, clothes, personal hygiene items, household appliances, and so on. As a result, homes and even roads can be equipped with sensors connected to the worldwide network. This will create a unified information communication infrastructure for obtaining information about locations and about the environment with almost all of its components.

Thirdly, probably from 2022 the fifth generation networks – 5G – will become the standard of Internet connection. Their pilot versions have already been launched in many large countries, such as Switzerland, South Korea, and Russia. Huge sums have been invested in development, so a full-fledged and widespread implementation is likely to take place in the coming years (probably even in 2022). As a result, Internet users will receive a high connection speed of up to 2Gbps, minimal latency (no longer than a millisecond) and reliable transmission.

Unmanned vehicles

Self-driving, driverless vehicles may become available as early as 2022. Today, many large companies are engaged in the development of such mechanisms, both specializing in the auto industry and having nothing to do with cars. These are Audi, General Motors, Toyota, Volkswagen, Tesla, as well as Hubert and Google. And even Kamatz has already presented the first prototype of a car with the base of a serial truck.

Self-driving cars can gradually replace standard human-driven cars over time. And they will undoubtedly affect the road environment and road safety. Such cars are quite capable of ceasing to be just transport units: they will actively communicate and interact with each other, transmitting data on the parameters of the movement of neighboring cars and exchanging information.

Neurocomputer technology

Neurocomputer technologies are practically artificial intelligence synchronized with the human body. The so-called neural networks involve the introduction into the brain and the establishment of permanent and continuous connections with the outside world. Such a neurocomputer interface implanted in a person will allow, first of all, to improve the functioning of the body, even in the presence of limited capabilities.

Neural networks can control prostheses using signals transmitted by the brain, as well as information received from external visual, auditory and sensory sensors. Such interfaces, used everywhere, are capable of establishing contactless information transfer from brain to brain. In addition, neurocomputer technologies will provide a smart, fast search for any information without any additional devices, as well as all kinds of tips to simplify and optimize life.


New medical technologies

Developments in the field of pharmaceuticals and medicine are kept secret, but they are actively carried out in many countries. It is being developed by German scientists who have learned to recognize differences in the DNA of healthy and cancerous cells, isolate “damaged” proteins and report such markers to the immune system so that it triggers a response to fight “enemies”. This innovative biotechnology is called Biotech. And the first rounds of trials involving people with melanoma are already showing positive results: eight out of 13 people have improvements. Further studies are planned, covering already 1,500 patients with different types of tumor neoplasms.

Genetic engineering is also actively used in medicine, which will obviously change the world and the idea of ​​many diseases of mankind. For example, in the UK, scientists have already received permission to precisely edit the DNA of embryos.  As a result, only healthy, viable and hardy people should be born. And in China, experiments on genetic embryonic modifications were carried out within the framework of the “CRISPR / Cas9” technology: researchers discovered a natural natural mechanism for DNA editing and are learning how to apply it in practice.