Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. If you are a newbie entrepreneur looking at starting up a venture with aims of developing smart models for society, then it becomes imminent that the social sectors which could get disrupted to the maximum through your smart models are listed. In this regard, Entrepreneur India interacted with a multitude of industry individuals to decode on potentially disruptive sectors so that you could look at developing solutions by harnessing disruptive technology. Undoubtedly, Indian healthcare now deserves a much-required shot-in-the-arm as far as making facilities accessible and affordable to people across geographies and financial backgrounds are concerned. Here is where your startups could come into leverage technology like Blockchain, the Internet-of-Things ("IoT), Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Predictive Analytics.
Since the Me Too movement came to prominence in late 2017, more and more attention is paid to incidents of sexual harassment, including workplace harassment and harassment through email or instant messaging. As reported by The Guardian, AI researchers and engineers have been creating tools to detect harassment through text communications, dubbed MeTooBots. MeTooBots are being implemented by companies around the world in order to flag potentially harmful and harassing communications. One example of this is a bot created by the company Nex AI, which is currently being used by around 50 different companies. The bot utilizes an algorithm that examines company documents, chat and emails and compares it to its training data of bullying or harassing messages.
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A fleet of tiny spacecraft will visit 300 asteroids in a potentially life-saving mission to understand how they behave, according to new research. The fleet will include 50 spacecrafts propelled by innovative electric solar wind sails and would take pictures of the asteroids and collect data on their composition. Earlier this year a leading astrophysicist warned the next asteroid strike could come at any moment as thousands of potentially threatening objects circle Earth - meaning such research could be a race against time. Nasa is currently tracking 1,400 'potentially hazardous asteroids' and predicting their future approaches and impact probabilities. The threat is so serious that former astronaut Ed Lu has described it as'cosmic roulette' and said that only'blind luck' has so far saved humanity from a serious impact.
In understanding the significance of these connected spaces describes a world that is highly instrumented and potentially highly invasive and immersive. Potentially any device, object, wall or surface could be a "access point" and a "proxy" for connected services to other appliances, rooms, places or services. The local vicinity of the connected house, the local community where you live could share services and feedback for crowd sourced information and community information. The wider town or city and region could be connected from the home to work and between work places building a connection of spaces that cross link with supply chain and markets. The notion of work and personal location will blend together as mobility and sensors will enable mobile remote working from any location.