16 Most Technologically Advanced Countries in the World in 2017

This article will bring you to the list of most technologically advanced countries in the world in 2017. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice. Technology has become one of the most important part of our lives. We tend to be addictive to it. Wherever we look we can see technology that has occupied our everyday life, restaurants, café bars, means of public city transport. Naturally it has lots of positive advantages as well, we can keep in touch with our relatives in the distance via Skype, we can get new friends on the social media, and suddenly the whole world has stepped into our house bringing everything next our morning coffee.

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It takes more than just a developed economy for a country to be able to compete in the global market of power successfully. Apart from positive economic indicators, military strength and technological advances are of great significance for a country to be considered powerful and these are greatly affected by the level of economic development of a country.

Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most technologically advanced countries in the world in 2017 from their list.

The first one is Austria which is ranked 20th on the Global Innovation Index ranking, with a score of 53.10. According to Bloomberg Innovation Index, it is the 12th most innovative country in the world. The second country on our list now is France. Summing up the value of both innovation indexes, we get a score of 147.13 which places France on 11th spot on our list of most technologically advanced countries in the world in 2017. L’École Normale Supérieure in Paris is the university with the biggest potential for computer science advancement and is ranked among top 100 in the world. According to the data, “digital technology currently represents 5.5 % of French GDP.” At last, but not least, we are mentioning now is France. On Bloomberg Innovation Index ranking, Ireland occupies 16th position. University College Dublin is among top 150 best universities in the world in the field of computer science. Johnson Control, Accenture, CRH plc and Medtronic are some of the most notable technology companies.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 16 most technologically advanced countries in the world in 2017.

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