IBM Making a bold move with these 5 most valuable sustainable technological innovations for transforming human lives for future
This Year IBM Reveals the 5 in 5 idea of innovation that will change feeding techniques via reducing the hunger and waste using technological transformation. Every year IBM’s researchers list 5 in 5 ways where technological changes makes the world’s maximum changes in the next 5 years.
The population is going to hit the 8 billion mark, out of one billion not have enough requirement of food for healthy life. According to a research nearly 45% of the global food supply goes to waste.
IBM was control the invention of various technological aspects in the history. There is 5 in 5 innovation reveals as thetransformation of humans future in the next 5 years through the technological aspects of food supply change around the world.
Their Moto is to make the global food chain simple, safer and less wasteful. They already explore various technological devices, scientific processes and an innovative way of thinking that makes the future of food safely and securely.
Check out the IBM’s 5 in 5 Prediction for the global food technology supply chain4
Twinning – Image a world with instant access to critical data of world’s farmland that required by anywhere Farming digital double meet the feeding requirement of global population using less environmental resources.
Introducing to Digital Twin: by IBM Internet of Things
Spoiler Alert –Using Blockchain technology, A.I and IoT devices IBM predict to eliminate the costly unknown processes of food supply chain from farmers to grocery suppliers to generate and acquire the optimum food to produce, order and supply as per the requirement. Food loss will diminish fully and left in the cart will fully fresh.
Introducing to Spoiler Alert: by IBM Internet of Things
Mapping the microbiome – Ability to detect the thousands of microbes around the world exist at farms at factories and groceries. With the cheap and simple process of detecting the microbes from various places leads to the protection from bad microbes.
The microorganisms that enter the human food chain change at the same rate as technology. The spread of these bacteria can be monitored and tracked cost-effectively, and their effects on human health may be understood globally thanks to new developments in genetic analysis.
The IBM Consortium for Sequencing the Food Supply Chain, which has spent the last ten years creating the most comprehensive microbial genome database and is currently working on making it accessible to academic partners, is likely to be one of the breakthroughs in this field that will be investigated.
In farms, factories, and grocery shops, bacteria may enter the food chain at any stage, boosting the quantity of food while simultaneously providing a health concern.
To further reduce food waste and lower the human cost of sickness brought on by contamination, it is important to understand how they move through the food chain and interact with it.
Dinner plate A.IDetectives for food borne Pathogens – With the help of innovative technological devices. In the next five years it will get easy and cheap to detect dangerous microbodies from the food at farms shops and factories.
AI Sensors will Detect food borne pathogens
Advances in this area will lessen the harm to the environment and lower the environmental cost of producing plastics, in addition to raising public awareness of the pollution created by our reliance on disposable plastic.
As recycling technology develops, more effective methods of disassembling plastics and synthetic polymers are continuously created.
New techniques for catalytic polymer “digestion,” like VolCat, which involves creating chemical processes to more efficiently break down plastic waste into a condition where it can be fed back into the production process, are examples of technological breakthroughs in this area.
As a result, less fossil fuel will be utilised to produce “new” plastic, and fewer carbon emissions will be produced during chemical reactions.
Recycling technologies for old plastics – Disposing the old trashes and the innovation in the procession of new plastic will entirely transform in the next five years by IBM.
A San Francisco-based project is transforming plastic and increasing recycling Through the use of chemicals, heat, and pressure, IBM has created a brand-new technology called VolCat that can convert PET into a sustainable resource. VolCat, which stands for volatile catalyst, is an IBM Research-Almaden invention that selectively digests PET, the plastic used in consumer items with the top recycling mark in the United States.
“VolCat begins by heating PET and ethylene glycol in a reactor with the catalyst. After depolymerization is complete, the catalyst is recovered by distillation from the already heated reactor,” says Greg Breyta, senior technical staff member for science and technology at IBM Research-Almaden in San Jose, Calif.
Bottles, containers, and fibre made of PET-based plastic are gathered, pulverised, and mixed with a chemical catalyst in a reactor heated to a temperature exceeding 200 degrees Celsius. The catalyst can only digest PET plastic when subjected to heat and a tiny amount of pressure, and this process eliminates impurities from the raw PET material. This substance, known as a monomer, appears as a white powder and may be put right into a polymerization reactor to create fresh, food-grade PET.
IBM with the help of new sustainable techniques makes the world’s cheapest processes to make the food supply chain healthier and better. IBM with the sustainable and innovative techniques via technological transformation every year predict the best future techniques and seriously make it happen with the best invention.
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