Technology's impact in the world (Europe (Sweden has used 3.28% of…
Technology's impact in the world
In China they are developing technology to give 500 million rural students access to new learning platforms via online.
India launched a satellite to use as Indian remote sensing satellite series and provide images which benefit the agricultural sector directly.
The technology regarding agriculture in the Philippines is not the worst but it could be better.
Both the government and the private sector made efforts to address self-sufficiency in important food staples through the introduction of hybrid seeds, innovative farming techniques and technology to the agriculture sector.
People has replaced outdoor leisure activities with indoor activities.
1400 Hospitals in the US have a Da Vinci surgical system, which allows to operate by controlling robotic arms,
In Mexico, there are 18,000 telesecundarias and in Canada, 2/3 of the universities offer online classes.
Sweden has used 3.28% of their GDP for science and tecnology
Schools in the UK has spend 900 M euros on education technology each year
England is promoting to eliminate carbon completely by 2050 . Sweden develops new technology in areas as bioenergy, waste and recycling
98% of swedish homes have access to internet
Some countries only have 3 doctors for 100,000 people
A technological device is CareAi: an AI-powered computing system that can diagnose infectious diseases, such as malaria, typhoid fever, and tuberculosis, in seconds.
Hippo Water Roller is a drum that can be rolled on the ground, making it easier for those without access to taps to haul larger amounts of water faster. Around 42,000 rollers have been sold in 21 African countries and demand exceeds supply. Costing $125 each
They are distributed through NGOs.
New Zealand has about 4 million people with Internet and half a million users without
Is leading the world in industries as solar power development, sustainable resources and space science research
88% of the population use the internet in their daily lives