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Emerging technologies are those technical innovations that represent progressive innovations within a field for competitive advantage.[1]

Emerging technologies typically go through the following sequential stages:

  1. Hypothetical
  2. Research and development / experimental / trial projects
  3. Working demonstrators
  4. Commercialization / diffusion

Agriculture

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