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In agriculture, nanotechnology could increase crop yields by providing more precise application of fertilisers or pest control products thus reducing environmental impact whilst still ensuring optimal levels are maintained for best results. Furthermore, it also has applications when it comes to food packaging & storage as this technology could ensure that products remain fresh/uncontaminated for longer periods.
Finally, nanotechnology is already being used in various forms within industry (e.g. electronics) where its ability to produce smaller/more efficient components means greater cost savings plus improved performance levels when compared against traditional approaches hence why this technology is increasingly gaining traction across multiple sectors over time.
However while there may be numerous potential benefits associated with these developments one should not overlook any drawbacks either e.g. ethical concerns pertaining to use of artificial intelligence & potential safety issues related to nanoparticles etc., all of which need careful consideration before implementation takes place regardless of sector involved.