As of May 2015, Japan is the most technologically advanced country, based on a 2014 report by Venture Capital Post. The top 10 most technologically advanced countries include the United States, India, South Korea, Germany, China, United Kingdom, Canada, Philippines and Israel.
Japan is a technically advanced producer of motor vehicles, chemicals, processed foods and electronic equipment. Some of the largest technology companies are headquartered in Japan, including Sony and Toshiba, which are headquartered in Tokyo, and Panasonic, which is headquartered in Osaka. Japan has also emerged as a leader in the biotechnology field, with a focus on genetics and the development of artificial body parts.