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Chile se suma a la corriente de los autos eléctricos

El mundo ya les puso fecha de deceso a los autos a combustión. Entre 2025 y 2040, los vehículos eléctricos serán los únicos modelos que se venderán en países como China, Francia, Holanda y Alemania. Chile mira la tendencia. Hoy, sólo 179 autos eléctricos recorren las calles a nivel nacional, pero se proyecta que la cifra suba a cinco millones en 2050.

http://www.latercera.com/noticia/chile-se-suma-la-corriente-los-autos-electricos/

GEOTHERMAL, A HOT TOPIC IN EL SALVADOR

1,500 kilometres long, Central America’s volcanic arc consists of hundreds of volcanoes — from sky scrapping stratovolcanoes like Guatemala’s 4,202 metre Volcán Tajumulco, to crater lakes like El Salvador’s Ilopango — the very ground of this ocean-separating, continent-connecting, ribbon of land, moves.

https://irenanewsroom.org/2017/09/24/geothermal-a-hot-topic-in-el-salvador/

Seven billion IoT devices by 2022

Billions of connected “things” are a reality as wireless sensor networks (WSN) integrate with massively scaled cloud services, according to the latest study by global IoT research firm ON World.

“Plummeting chipset prices, multi-protocol radios and free cloud infrastructure offerings will ensure more IoT devices are connected to the Internet than users within the next two years,” says Mareca Hatler, ON World’s research director. “This has accelerated IoT adoption as the network incompatibility argument fades away and applications become the primary differentiator.”

https://www.metering.com/news/seven-billion-iot-devices-2022/

THE BUSINESS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

For more than 250 years the fundamental drivers of economic growth have been technological innovations. The most important of these are what economists call general-purpose technologies — a category that includes the steam engine, electricity, and the internal combustion engine. Each one catalyzed waves of complementary innovations and opportunities. The internal combustion engine, for example, gave rise to cars, trucks, airplanes, chain saws, and lawnmowers, along with big-box retailers, shopping centers, cross-docking warehouses, new supply chains, and, when you think about it, suburbs. Companies as diverse as Walmart, UPS, and Uber found ways to leverage the technology to create profitable new business models.

https://hbr.org/cover-story/2017/07/the-business-of-artificial-intelligence

How Electric Cars Can Create the Biggest Disruption Since the iPhone

It’s been 10 years since Apple Inc. unleashed a surge of innovation that upended the mobile phone industry. Electric cars, with a little help from ride-hailing and self-driving technology, could be about to pull the same trick on Big Oil.

The rise of Tesla Inc. and its rivals could be turbo charged by complementary services from Uber Technologies Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo unit, just as the iPhone rode the app economy and fast mobile internet to decimate mobile phone giants like Nokia Oyj.

https://about.bnef.com/blog/how-electric-cars-can-create-the-biggest-disruption-since-iphone/

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