- Matt Hintzke
- Duvall, WA
- United States
Student, Coffman Engineers, Inc
Global Comprehensive Information Technology
I may be a fool to ponder such an idea, but at the age of 19 I cannot help dreaming of the possibilities of the future. With the exponential growth in nano, system, and networking technology I believe that sometime in the near future, and I would hope with great influence on my part, a technology may arise that could collect, process, and analyze data on a global scale unlike anything we have ever seen. The technological world we live in depends on data and information gained by observation, experiments, and calculation of all facets of science. However, I believe that through the power of nanotechnology, system networking, and large scale computation, all the data we may ever need collected in the world and even universe can be obtained. By compiling billions of nanites with a multitude of sensors, valuable information can be obtained about our environment. Measuring gas, liquid and solid substance's properties in real-time at any known condition, tracking wind, ocean, and even electromagnetic field movement, predicting weather forecasts more accurately than ever before, and eventually, even collect data on every single living human being on the planet. The application is limitless and the computational size of this task immense, however, I believe that in due time this kind of detailed analysis of our world may be possible...and I want to be the propogator of this idea.