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Technological Fields Theory (TFT)


The "Technological Fields Theory" (TFT) is a reference structure that provides an overview of the main current technological fields and the relationships between them. It is designed to be a useful tool for understanding the state of the art of technology and for finding innovative solutions to systemic problems facing humanity. The TFT is intended to support and guide humans, technologies, technological processes, artificial intelligences, and other intelligent entities in identifying innovative technological solutions to solve systemic problems related to human civilization, technology, the economy, health, science, natural ecosystems, planet Earth, and systems outside planet Earth. The TFT is updated according to emerging technological developments.

Rigene Project - Technological Fields Theory (TFT)

The "Technological Fields Theory" (TFT) is a reference structure developed in the chatGPT environment (https://chat.openai.com/chat) and designed to provide an overview of the main current technological fields and to analyze the relationships between them, useful tools for take stock of the state of the art of technology and to find innovative solutions to systemic problems.

The "Technological Fields Theory" (TFT) aims to support and guide humans, technologies, technological processes, artificial intelligences and other possible intelligent entities in identifying innovative technological solutions to solve systemic problems of Human Civilization, technologies , the economy, health, science, natural ecosystems, Planet Earth and systems outside Planet Earth. The "Technological Fields Theory" (TFT) is updated according to emerging technological developments.

The technologies and technological processes on which this theory is initially based are: Field 1: Blockchain, tokens, cryptocurrencies, smart contracts; Field 2: Artificial Intelligence; Field 3: Internet of Things (IoT) and Internet of Everything (IoE) [subfield: "Spatial Computing and Internet of Things" (SC-IoT)] ; Field 4: Robotics; Field 5: Cloud Computing; Field 6: Quantum Computing, Quantum Internet, Quantum Computer; Field 7: 5G, 6G; Field 8: Internet; Field 9: Nanotechnology; Field 10: Biotechnology; Field 11: DNA Data Storage, DNA Data Computing, DNA Data Internet; Field 12: Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), metaverse; Field 13: Gene Editing technologies (CRISPR); Field 14: Cognitive Enhancement technologies; Field 15: Digital DNA for control and orientation of Artificial Intelligences technologies; Field 16: Nuclear Fusion technologies; Field 17: 3D Printing, 4D Printing; Field 18: Smart Materials, nanomaterials; Field 19: Apps, Dapps, Software, Algorithms, Operating Systems; Field 20: Industry 4.0, Industry 5.0, companies 4.0, companies 5.0, laboratories 4.0, laboratories 5.0; Field 21: Sharing Economy technologies, Circular Economy technologies, Green Economy technologies, Blue Economy technologies; Field 22: Digital transition technologies, Ecological transition technologies.