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Vol. 1 No. 2: November 2023
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Published: 2023-11-30

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Global Journal of Emerging Science, Engineering & Technology

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Global Journal of Emerging Science, Engineering & Technology (GJESET) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal. GJESET focuses on new and innovative technologies, processes, and scientific discoveries that have the potential to transform and disrupt various industries and societal sectors. These fields are characterized by constant change and progress, with new ideas, concepts, and technologies emerging rapidly. Emerging science includes nanotechnology, biotechnology, synthetic biology, cognitive science, and quantum computing. These areas of science are characterized by their interdisciplinary nature, bringing together knowledge from multiple fields to create new applications, materials, and systems. On the other hand, engineering involves the design, development, and implementation of technology and systems that solve problems and improve quality of life. Emerging engineering fields include robotics, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and renewable energy. Technology refers to the tools, systems, and methods created by applying scientific knowledge and engineering principles. Emerging technologies include blockchain, virtual and augmented reality, the Internet of Things, and 5G networks. Studying emerging science, engineering, and technology is important because it drives innovation and can lead to significant advances in medicine, energy, transportation, and communication. However, it also presents challenges such as ethical and safety concerns, the need for regulation, and the potential for job displacement. 

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Global Journal of Emerging Science, Engineering & Technology (GJESET) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scientific journal published 2 (two) times a year, i.e., May and November. GJESET has an inclusive ethos and is open to a wide range of methodological approaches and philosophical underpinnings and published for executives, researchers, and scholars, focusing on applying empirical investigation to practical circumstances and theoretical findings. GJESET focuses on new and innovative technologies, processes, and scientific discoveries that have the potential to transform and disrupt various industries and societal sectors. These fields are characterized by constant change and progress, with new ideas, concepts, and technologies emerging rapidly. Emerging science includes nanotechnology, biotechnology, synthetic biology, cognitive science, and quantum computing. These areas of science are characterized by their interdisciplinary nature, bringing together knowledge from multiple fields to create new applications, materials, and systems. On the other hand, engineering involves the design, development, and implementation of technology and systems that solve problems and improve quality of life. Emerging engineering fields include robotics, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, and renewable energy. Technology refers to the tools, systems, and methods created by applying scientific knowledge and engineering principles. Emerging technologies include blockchain, virtual and augmented reality, the Internet of Things, and 5G networks. Studying emerging science, engineering, and technology is important because it drives innovation and can lead to significant advances in medicine, energy, transportation, and communication. However, it also presents challenges such as ethical and safety concerns, the need for regulation, and the potential for job displacement.