"Smart Dust" comes over us and will dramatically change our lives


The technology of "intelligent dust" comes and if it does, it will change the world as we know it. Think of sand-grained wireless devices, but we find cameras, sensors, and other forms of communication that can transmit data. That's the future of technology.

In fact, there is already a technology called MEMS (microelectromechanical systems). And depending on the perspectives that people have on the technology of the future, MEMS will bring excitement or fear. "Smart Dust" will have many practical applications in the future due to the large amount of information it can collect and process. It will affect many aspects of life as well as manufacturing processes.

MEMS can detect almost anything by vibration, light or temperature. Although they are smaller than a grain of sand, they have an enormous amount of energy. The technology is based on a stand-alone power supply, wireless communication technology and processing power, all packed in a few millimeter diameter. Like dust particles, MEMS remain suspended in the environment. MEMSs collect large amounts of data that are stored in their memory and then processed. MEMS will then transfer processed data to other MEMS or a cloud.

For example, MEMS can be used to monitor large agricultural plants to determine if plants need water, fertilization or pest control. Or technology could be used to monitor product safety and track goods from manufacturing through transportation to distribution.

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Also, technology could be applied in medicine and can be used in diagnostics without the need for additional classical examinations. For example, there could even be a "neural dust" that could be implanted into people's brains to provide physicians with feedback on brain activity.

Despite the fact that "smart dust" would be a big step in many industries and lifestyles, there are some concerns about the spread of technology. For example, there will be problems with access to privacy. Because MEMS are so small, technology is very hard to spot. If technology gets into the wrong hands, it could be devastating for people.

Then control of MEMS would be extremely difficult. Because "intelligent dust" is so small that it can reach billions of units in a given region, it would be difficult to control or restore all those units. And it should not be forgotten that the cost of implementing "intelligent dust" would be astronomical, as another form of technology was first implemented.

However, you must know the following: Although it now seems SF, this technology has existed since 1992 by large companies such as IBM, General Electric or Cisco Systems. The question is, if this technology was not secretly put on the market, and we are controlled and manipulated by these tiny intelligent beans ...

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