Despite it being 2018, technology remains dynamic by evolving faster than eve. Each day, you will discover something new trending in the computing community, some advancements unimaginable only a few years ago.
Automation and IOT are the talk everywhere and with technology entering every possible domain, it is no wonder why it is growing rapidly. Artificial intelligence and cloud computers only reveal how you need to stay updated.
Here are the four technology trends you need to know now:
AI strategies, though very new to most organizations, are increasingly gaining attention. Companies have yet to full learn and adopt AI techniques, but are very keen on using AI for key-decision making in the future.
This year, companies are expected to implement AI in various whether enhancing the customer experience or building new business models to accelerate certain industries. Built on the working model of human brain, AI can largely replace manpower in organizations while also delivering results at the same time. In the near future, the apps on your smartphone will incorporate with AI as well.
Cloud computing is one of the latest technology trends. In fact, it has become an inseparable part of today's computing. Cloud computer trends can be seen all over the place, even the smallest of organizations opt for this for the conveniences it offers. Being a service-oriented model, cloud computing gives you the ultimate storage and access experience. Already the concept revolutionized the computing industry and is only expected to grow in the years to come.
Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) swept the world by storm. AR- Augmented Reality and VR- Virtual Reality have taken the world by storm. Together, they change the way you relate to digital devices and their evolution will likely carry on to play a role in the tech world’s future.
New research led to elevating the user experience to be more thrilling. There’s no better way than to developing new MR games, which Microsoft did and brought AR apps onto your mobile devices. Over the next four to five years, MR will be more focused where you, as a user will be present in this physical world while being able to interact with objects in the digital/real world.
This trend is aimed at processing complex interactions. Companies are continuously developing conversational platforms to handle massive queries. While presenting challenges, the trend does depict a good sign. As the conversational platform gets better, organizations will find it easier to deal with customers’ questions and provide better services.
The exponential use of mobile devices and groundbreaking technology advancements led consumers into what is now known as the Tech Era. It is when the digital world collides with the real world, playing an integral role in the places of where we work, live and play.
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