What country is the most technologically advanced?

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What country is the most technologically advanced? I do not mean by military, because I already know that the US had the most technologically advanced military. By other means, what country is the most technologically advanced? Thanks for answering!!

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Japan

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9 thoughts on “What country is the most technologically advanced?

  • November 30, 2013 at 12:41 pm
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    yo mon, jamaica. they make the baddest weed dawg!
    Rasta!!

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  • November 30, 2013 at 12:57 pm
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    Advanced in what; there are many countries that are advanced in specific things and there are too many to name. By the way the US does not have the most technologically advanced military when you count all aspects of military (weapons, computers, combat techniques, communication, vehicles etc) ; they are advanced in most but not all.

    Healthcare (Medicines, Treatment) United States

    Technology (Realworld applications of Technology) South Korea, Japan and a few others US is not on that list we are near the bottom

    Engineering Japan

    Alternative Energy Iceland

    Transportation Japan, Korea, China, Germany, France, UK, and UAE (if Masdar City ever gets completed)

    Communication Japan

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  • November 30, 2013 at 2:12 pm
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    Many believe the USA to be the most tech savvy country, NASA, USA has space crafts on mars, spacecrafts that have circled every planet in our solar system, Hubble telescope that has given the clearest images ever of the universe, space craft that landed on an asteroid, they put men on the moon, computer software, Intel, to name a few advances, those who say many of the military tech USA has is not made in America, that is simply not true,

    Nothing to be proud of but USA is the largest supplier of military equipment in the world . It took over twenty countries of the European Union to equal Boeing Aircraft makers, Lockheed Martin makes the most advanced weapons on earth, not to mention tanks, aircraft carriers and so much more that are made in USA, global position System so many things we use. America is also the most powerfull and richest country in the world.

    Global Innovation

    The Global Innovation Index, a ranking of 130 countries released yesterday, calls the US the world’s number one innovator. The index was created by Soumitra Dutta, a professor at French business school INSEAD, along with New Delhi based non-profit organization The Confederation of Indian Industry.
    The global index ranks Germany second, Sweden third, the UK fourth and Singapore fifth. Contrary to what some might expect, China comes in relatively low at number 37, while India stands at number 41.

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  • November 30, 2013 at 3:03 pm
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    USA

    What other country could it be? Seems pretty clear cut.

    I suppose Japan was in the running for awhile, but I don’t think that is the case anymore.

    The USA does not have a the most sophisticated system of travel. We do not have the super fast rail systems, but that is because it is more rural and doesn’t need them. Overall, it is USA, with Japan a close second. More people in the USA have technology available to them for one thing, but also the government spends a ton of money on it, so we have the best medical care (at least if you can afford it!) etc.

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  • November 30, 2013 at 3:55 pm
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    The EIU (Economist Intelligence Unit) & IBM have ranked e-readiness of 69 counties

    Here are the top 20 in terms of infrastructure and the ability of their consumers, businesses and governments to use ICT.

    1….Denmark
    =2…US
    =2…Sweden
    4….Hong Kong
    5….Switzerland
    6….Singapore
    7….UK
    8….Netherlands
    9….Australia
    10…Finland
    11…Austria
    12…Norway
    13…Canada
    14…New Zealand
    15…Bermuda
    16…South Korea
    17…Taiwan
    18…Japan
    19…Germany
    20…Belgium

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    according to http://top-10-list.org/2010/10/01/top-10-technology-oriented-countries/

    The Top 10 Technology Oriented Countries are;

    1.) Finland, Northern Europe
    2.) USA
    3.) Japan, Asia
    4.) Sweden, Northern Europe
    5.) Republic of Korea, East Asia
    6.) Netherlands, Northwest Europe
    7.) UK
    8.) Singapore, Southeast Asia
    9.) Canada, North America
    10.) Australia

    If you want to take the average from both report’s top 10’s than the most advanced would be the USA, followed by Sweden.

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    If you combine the two reports you are likely to get an average that would rank the countries as followed;

    1.) US
    2.) Sweden
    3.) Finland
    4.) Denmark
    5.) Singapore
    6.) UK
    7.) Netherlands
    8.) Japan
    9.) South Korea
    10.) Switzerland

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    The Global Innovation Index, created by Soumitra Dutta, a professor at French business school INSEAD, along with New Delhi based non-profit organization The Confederation of Indian Industry.

    The Global Innovation Index calls the US the world’s number one innovator.

    The US also has by far the Most Bobel Prize Winners;

    Countries with the Most Nobel Prize Winners

    1 United States 270
    2 United Kingdom 101
    3 Germany 76
    4 France 49
    5 Sweden 30
    6 Switzerland 22
    7 Netherlands 15
    8 USSR 14
    9 Italy 14
    10 Denmark 13
    11 Japan 12
    12 Austria 11
    13 Canada 10
    14 Spain 6
    15 Australia 6
    16 Ireland 5
    17 Israel 5
    18 Poland 5
    19 South Africa 5
    20 Argentina 5
    21 India 4

    Highest science output: USA 2,798,448 journal papers published between 1998-2008

    Most cited country: USA 35,368,367 citations between 1993-2003

    Highest impact country: USA 13.24 average citations per paper, 1993-2003

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