3 Revolutionary Technologies That Are Shaping the Future

3 Revolutionary Technologies That Are Shaping the Future

Self-driving trucks will be rolling your way in the near future. An autonomous truck completed a 2,400-mile test run from Los Angeles, California to Jacksonville, Florida without a human driver this month, marking a milestone in the progress of self-driven transportation. The company that ran the truck, Embark, already has five vehicles and plans to acquire another 40 for further testing this year. By 2028, between 500,000 and 1,500,000 self-driving trucks will be on the road, Uber projects.

Technologies such as these have the potential to transform society in more radical ways than might be immediately obvious. For instance, if you think Amazon overnight shipments are fast now, imagine what the logistics industry will look like when packing, shipping and unloading are all handled by robots and self-driven vehicles. Here’s a look at three other cutting-edge technologies that are shaping the future of society in fundamental ways.

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The State of Artificial Intelligence: Innovations, Trends and the Future

The State of Artificial Intelligence min

Expanding at a compound annual growth rate of 57.2 percent, the artificial intelligence (AI) market will be worth a projected $58.975 billion by 2025, according to Grand View Research projections. The growing technological capability of AI, coupled with the integration of AI and big data, is drawing new players to the market, as well as attracting investments from tech giants. Here’s a look at some of the latest breakthroughs and trends in artificial intelligence and what they indicate about where AI is heading.

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What Does it Mean For The Future of Blog Networks [Added Infographic]

What Does it Mean For The Future of Blog Networks [Added Infographic]

How Blogs Help? People write blogs for a bigger reason than wanting to be heard for free! Blogging is basically a way of search engine optimization. For years it has been a very efficient way of attracting traffic to your web site by building back links to it. The back links ate posted on a blog and the people who visit the blog are likely to visit eh website it links to. But now, these techniques of increasing page rankings are likely to become obsolete because search engines do not seem to promote them. The question is what does it mean for the future of blog network?

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