Technology refers to methods, systems, and devices which are the result of scientific knowledge being used for practical purposes

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Technology Defination

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Metaverse is one of the hottest buzzwords of the moment. It’s basically a virtual world created by combining different technologies, including virtual and augmented reality. 

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Metaverse

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Fertilizer containing around 110 million tonnes of nitrogen is used in global crop production every year. This accounts for 1% to 2% of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. 

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Self-fertilizing crop

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Feeding materials like concrete, sand and plastics into a massive 3D printer to print homes is a “relatively simple and low-cost construction method,” the Forum says in the report. 

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3D-printed house

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Today, 2% or less of road transport fleets produce zero emissions. But, as a result of bulk shipping - both rail and seaborne - low-carbon solutions have emerged. 

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Low-carbon shipping

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Cryptocurrency is moving from the “fringes of finance to the mainstream”, according to Thomson Reuters Foundation, the global news and information services company. 

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Cryptocurrencie

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The potential benefits of using AI at scale are undeniable — but so are its challenges. Certain algorithms can reinforce biases and infringe on privacy, and technologies like facial recognition can be discriminatory. 

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AI 

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COVID-19 has caused organizations to push out technology as fast as possible, but cybersecurity threats are evolving at an even faster pace.  

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Cybersecurity 

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Today’s business efforts around ESG aren’t purely regulatory driven. It’s the end customer who’s demanding more ESG insights about organizations’ products and services. 

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ESG 

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Over the past year or so, low-code/no-code platforms have become well established. They allow users to easily prototype, iterate and customize applications with little to no experience. 

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Low-code/no-code 

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Employee expectations have changed. Before the pandemic, people followed technology. Nowadays, technology follows people 

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Hybrid working 

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Industry clouds are cloud and data platforms customized to the needs of individual industries. They’re the next evolutionary step for hyperscalers 

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Industry clouds 

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While quantum computers are at least a decade away from being widely used, we’re now seeing technologies emerge in the market that leverage quantum principles 

Quantum computing