This compiled shortlist of technology trends will give you a lot of information on what to watch for the next years in a post coronavirus world. From Artificial Intelligence to Nanorobots and 3D printing, there is a myriad of trends worth watching as they shape and change-making our lives better as we enter the 2020s.
The more we explore the intricacies of materials, how we mold, shape and build things with them, the greater or control and knowledge of what we can do with them, this field of the application currently broadens the horizons for medical care and new technologies.
3D and 4D printing have a wide array of applications, from building toys with moving parts to works of art to pretty cookie jars, there’s pretty much a lot of things you can do with one of these printers when you combine you’re inventive with the current trends in personalization.
Robotic Process Automation
This technology trends uses robots to conduct a series of activities whose repetitiveness and structure allow a business to efficiently dispatch a chain of assembly, as they focus on human resources in other valuable segments of the business model. Robotic Process Automation will take a more determinant role soon as distribution chains respond to social distancing measures.
The more exposure businesses have to new technologies like electronic payment methods, and automation, the more they rely on a network of communications whose vulnerabilities could be exploited by malicious persons with ill intentions. The field of cybersecurity offers safety for industries who want their information, and business processes to remain safe for the sake of their pockets and their workforce.
Fifth-generation cellular technology is a network of communications that give users a faster, stable wireless networking connection as they link their devices to a sturdy, albeit controversial communications infrastructure. Currently, China owns the largest 5G technology development hubs worldwide, and as they push for more connectivity, Defense and security agencies worldwide question the role that the Chinese government might have in owning the technological monopoly for the development of mobile communications.
Voice Interface Recognition & Facial Recognition
Coronavirus changed the way in which humans interact with machines, as the implementation of social distancing measures takes place; human interaction with machine gets a revamp. More and more developer companies invest capital in interfaces that recognize voice patterns and faces so that touching surfaces becomes a minimal issue.
Humans touching surfaces became an issue as the coronavirus pandemic expanded throughout the planet, so the use of the microphone became a need. From unlocking devices to running search engine queries for everyday use or writing an essay for an academic assignment, voice recognition software improves with use, same with facial recognition