How technology makes life easier – and what’s still up to you / UNSEEN (5/5) | DW Documentary technology documentary 2021

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Green tech could help to clean our air, secure our food and protect our cities. An innovative plastic upcycling machine is one promising device made in Taiwan. But can technology really save the planet?

Sometimes it seems like a bad dream: floods, air pollution, traffic jams. Sometimes it feels like we’re surrounded by eco-monsters. But they can be defeated. YouTuber Alex Lin presents state-of-the-art devices. Arthur Zhang builds machines for upcycling plastics. And Japanese researchers are even working on mirrors in space.

DW presents: UNSEEN (Five-part documentary series)
Invisible guests in your food, your hometown sinking, unhealthy dust hiding in your lungs. Discover heroes with amazing solutions – and inspiration for a better life!

Keeping your kids safe from air pollution / UNSEEN (1/5):
How to avoid microplastics in your food / UNSEEN (2/5):
Fighting the floods: how not to lose your city / UNSEEN (3/5):
How to cope with traffic jams (without going crazy) / UNSEEN (4/5):
How technology makes life easier – and what’s still up to you / UNSEEN (5/5):

UNSEEN opens your eyes. We travel through Southeast Asia and discover stories about people whose lives could be yours. In Indonesia, children suffer from air pollution – something doctors, architects and entrepreneurs are fighting with innovative and original concepts. Then we head to Malaysia for an episode in learning how to deal with microplastics in food. We follow a fan of great cuisine on his own personal journey. What’s safe to eat and drink? Which products are good, and which don’t measure up? Next up is Thailand’s capital Bangkok, one of Asia’s sinking cities. Its inhabitants prepare for future floods, adapting their city and seeking tools to make their homes safe. In Vietnam we get caught in gridlock. Nothing new! But this time, we’re stuck with some cool rappers teaching people how not to go crazy in traffic. And finally, in Taiwan, it’s all about green tech. Learn about the hopes and limits of the new technologies being developed to solve life’s challenges. Join us on an exciting trip in five episodes – one that will open your eyes to beastly challenges and promising solutions!

DW’S UNSEEN MONSTERS
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22 comments

أقرأ لك iqraa4u 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Great video , I loved the woman 's voice and way of storytelling

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Freddie Slaughter 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Man can not control climate change, because God controls the weather.

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Maninder Kaur 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Good

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Vivek kumar 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

👍👍👍

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GOSPEL DISCOVERY 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

LET ME TELL YOU THE TRUTH DW NEWS AND THE VIEWS ,THAT NO TECHNOLOGY IN THE WORLD CAN SAVE OR GIVE YOU LIFE . ONLY ALMIGHTY JESUS CAN SAVE FROM FROM FROM AND GIVE ETERNAL LIFE AND WASH AWAY YOUR SINS FOREVER. BUT YOU HAVE TO PLAY YOUR ROLE TO REPENT AND GET BAPTIZE IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER ,THE SON AND THE HOLY SPIRIT IN JESUS NAME AMEN

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kaliman buda 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Nice orange MAGA ( make america great again ) cap, the man with the camera, was wearing, on min 6:30

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Cisco Sebanes 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Sad

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Gurpreet Singh 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Some of your documentaries are no longer available on youtube. Did you guys make it private or something?

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Juan Paracchini 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

More climate change quaks preaching an apocalypse…

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iMuZam 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

No matter how advance is the technology, but it cannot outcompete the gormless mind of a human being from which all-out exists. This urge to get it more advanced got us into a bottomless abyss having no direction at all; just look at the world and see what we have done! The earth is revolting against us is a blatant reality, but still, we are not ready to accept the warnings. If it ain't broken, don't fix it. This is very easy to understand, but we do not want to fathom it as we want to see for the virtue of our curiosity – a reason for our destruction to be, sooner or later. No one might know that how the pandemic started. In fact, they know where it happened, who did it, and why did it, but now they are scared and don't want to take the responsibility, so they are beating around the bush. No offense.

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Beagle Zipas 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Tech is our future and we shouldn’t just ask others to consume lesss, why is it always the consumer’s problem that he consumes, don't corporations need to change as well.

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Supremo 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

That's so stupid lmao

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Monu Singh 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Technology can save us and technology can also kill us.

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What Intheworld 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

What about digging big hole in central Africa and put all nuke inside it, then at 12 noon local time detonate it, maybe it could push earth little bit away from the sun and solve the warming issue.

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Stefan Gabor 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

The biggest advantage of the technology is that is the biggest generator of opportunities and consequently wealth. Its overall impact on humanity will only accelerate and not diminishes. Can you image where we would have been today if in Roman’s time, we had today’s technology?

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Kladius Ghosh 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Simple: Reduction in population is the key, imagine:- by 2121, population is just 50% of existing, means resources gets doubled for humans at 2121.

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N4RT4NY4N 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Human technology is still in the steampunk stage. 👽

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Brony Clopper 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

People will never accept crippling reduction of their standard of living. The only viable solution without bloodshed is a massive reduction in population through sterilization program. Obviously, the populace will never voluntarily sterilize themselves, so it must be done covertly. Perhaps manufacture a crisis and offer solution that surreptitiously sterilize people.

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Supriya Sinha 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

👍

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Tshireletso Motlogelwa 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

Capitalism is the problem.

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Cool Jay 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

And in that is where the problem lays. "Technology can make a bomb, or it can make beautiful things". Last I checked we live in a very evil world! The world's wealthiest do not have our best interest in mind. Hell to them depopulation sounds like a great idea! So what do you think they are doing with modern technology?

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Yaoyo Huang 24/11/2021 - 6:53 Chiều

tsmc will be best

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