Young Tech Innovators Influencing the Future

Young Tech Innovators Influencing the Future

There may be some correlation between age and technology. As technology ideas increase the age of innovators and creators decrease, but that’s just a theory :-). Growing up with technology has allowed young techsters to expand their thinking and push the envelope with tech developments. Whether their ideas benefit healthcare, education, computer science, or even retail these young tech innovators have already made a name for themselves in the dynamic tech industry. We’ve compiled a list of 4 young techies that have used their ideas to better an industry of interest to them. Take notes these young adults are totally awesome!

1. Elizabeth Asai, Co-founder and CEO of 3Derm Systems

Elizabeth Asai cofounded 3Derm Systems. 3Derm Systems has improved the dermatology world immensely. This product is a relatively inexpensive skin imaging system that allows non-dermatologists to take clinical-quality 3D images. The images are taken at referral sites or at home to determine if moles or freckles can be cancerous. This product can help catch skin cancer early and prevent any further damage.
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2. Evan Spiegel & Bobby Murphy, Co-Founders of SnapChat

These two innovators created the app SnapChat that allows you to send timed video messages, pictures, or text messages through the app. This app has become popular with 1 billion SnapChat stories a day! Not only is it a super popular app, but it was originally created as a small project for a class at Stanford University. Who would have known it would be a globally known app now?
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3. Shyam Gollokota

He is an expert in wireless technology and decided to invent a way for devices to be powered without using batteries, to conserve energy. Shyam Gollakota’s battery free gadgets are half the size of a credit card and they can send and receive signals from over 20 meters and between different rooms in one building. These devices can also connect to the Internet. He hopes for his device to aid in 3rd world countries to help with electricity soon. He seems to be on the right path! We’re sure his gadget will be mainstream in years to come.
 
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4. Ryan Orbuch

Ryan Orbuch created an Apple app while in high school that could help his peers with organization and time management before they reach college. In less than 24 hours his app Finish became number one in the productivity category in the App store. Through this huge accomplishment he won the Apple Design Award in 2013.
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Their careers are already taking off so early! Phonetic eyewear will definitely be a great purchase for them with all the blue light they’ll be exposed to for years to come.