Science and technology
Synthetic audio, Automated braille
The next 20 years will be the most innovative period of time in the history of the world. Why? <p><p> Because we are at the very beginning of the fourth industrial revolution. We have seen the tech, we know it… works. It’s getting better, cheaper, faster, and smaller all the time. The tech has been invented, and it's now time to innovate and disrupt. <p><p> That tech includes: <p>• Internet of (All) Things (IoT) <p>• Artificial Intelligence (AI) <p>• Cryptocurrency & Blockchain <p>• Extended Reality (Augmented Reality, Mixed <p>• Reality, and Virtual Reality) <p>• 3D Printing <p>• Autonomous Vehicles <p>• Drones <p>• Energy Harvesting <p>• Communications Technologies <p>• Sensing Technologies (Seeing, Hearing, <p>• Feeling, and Smelling) <p>• Quantum Computing <p>• Nanotechnology <p><p> Those technologies provide the foundation for an entirely new disruption vocabulary including: 3D reprinting, bioprinting, biometrics, cryptocurrency exchanges and wallets, decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs), decentralized apps (Dapps), decentralized finance (DeFi), digital twins, distributed ledger technology (DLT), edge computing, eVTOL, energy harvesting, fintech, haptic technology, holograms, Lidar, metaverse, non-fungible tokens (NFTs), neural networks, piezoelectricity, renewable energy, smart everything… cities, contracts, grids, homes, mirrors… solar power, stablecoins, the Web 3.0, and so very much more.