Technology Trends

Technology trends mean staying ahead of what’s happening in the tech world, knowing about the latest, highest-paying jobs and certifications, and keeping an eye on the future technology trends. In addition, due to the mandatory isolation due to COVID-19 in different parts of the world. The need to feel accompanied is becoming stronger and forcing companies to be present in all possible channels.

Such as physical stores, eCommerce, mobile apps, etc., call centers, and social networks, we are creating new challenges and changes in relating to clients to respond to that needs.

Next-Generation in Process Automation and Virtualization

This trend creates the combined power of robotics, artificial intelligence, the Business Internet of Things (IIoT), numerical twins, and 3-D or 4-D printing (also known as improver manufacturing or AM). Combined to streamline routine tasks and operational efficiency and speed time to market.

This trend will change the future of work. The skills needed for future professionals will become more social, emotional, and technological as intelligent machines take on more physical, repetitive, and basic cognitive tasks.

The Future of Connectivity

This trend combines fifth-generation (5G) mobile broadband networks and the Internet of Things (IoT) to enable faster connectivity over longer distances, with exponentially faster downloads and latency (the time it takes to retrieve data). As a result, it reduces to almost nothing. Without the 5G network deploys, 6G is already working.

Significant changes will come to the business landscape, from digitizing manufacturing (via wireless control of mobile tools, machines, and robots) to devolving power delivery and remote patient monitoring.


Distributed Infrastructure

It is the union of cloud and edge computing ( Cloud Computing + Edge Computing ) to help companies bring computing power to the edge of their networks.

It allows them to reach devices requiring a lot of data, with much lower inactivity, in a greater number of positions that are even more remote and accelerate decision-making with advanced data analysis on demand. This trend will help businesses increase speed and agility, reduce complexity, save costs, and strengthen their cybersecurity defenses.

Next-Generation Computing

Quantum computing and neuromorphic computing, the latter with the development of specialized microchips called application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs). Promise to help find answers to problems that have preoccupied science and society for years, unlocking unprecedented capabilities. For the companies. It also promises to reduce the development time of chemical and pharmaceutical products with simulations. Accelerate the development of autonomous vehicles with quantum artificial intelligence, and transform cybersecurity.

Artificial Intelligence Applied

It is about implementing AI algorithms to train machines to recognize patterns and interpret and act on them. In short, helping computers make sense of real-world data, including video or images, text, and audio.

This trend promises to improve customer approval through new customer interfaces and interaction methods and increase productivity and reduce operating expenses.

Applied AI will also have a disruptive effect on research and development through next-generation generative models and simulations. Applied AI in the health sector is already being observed, and its contribution to health professionals is immense.

The Future of Programming

It is called Software 2.0, in which programmers help by neural networks that use machine learning to develop software. Promises to accelerate highly complex use cases such as autonomous vehicles, where the only way to progress is through artificial intelligence models. It will also provide organizations with a much more manageable, iterative, and intuitive way to customize existing code and automate programming tasks.

Trust Architecture

It is a set of technologies and approaches designed for a world of increasing cyberattacks. These trust architectures provide structures to verify the trustworthiness of devices as data flows through networks, APIs, and applications. Trusted architectures include distributed ledger technologies (DLT), including Blockchain, and “zero trust security” approaches to prevent data breaches. In addition to reducing the risk of breaches, trusted architectures lower the cost of complying with security regulations. Reduce the capital and operational expenses associated with cybersecurity, and enable more profitable transactions, for example, between buyers and sellers.

The Bio-Revolution

It reflects the confluence of advances in biological science joined with the accelerating development of computing, automation. AI, which calm gives rise to a new wave of innovation called the Bio-revolution. It promises a significant impact on the economy and our lives and will affect industries, from health and agriculture to customer goods, energy, and resources. Biomolecules, including “omics” and molecular technologies, have become the fastest-growing.

Most advanced biological science, but biomachines, biocomputing, and biosystems are too important.

The rapid pace of life science will soon bring competitive disruption, not just in healthcare. As bio innovations penetrate industries such as food, consumer health, and new materials, higher margins can be realized in exchange for greater personalization by consumers and patients. As a result, new markets may emerge. Such as genetically based nutrition recommendations, hyper-personalized medicine, and the development of new vaccines in record time.

New Generation Materials

Innovations in materials science are revolutionizing many sectors. Next-generation materials such as graphene and 2-D materials, molybdenum disulfide nanoparticles, nanomaterials. A range of intelligent, sensitive, and lightweight materials enable new functionality and improved performance in pharmaceutical, energy, transportation, health, semiconductors, and manufacturing. Because they have a less environmental impact, next-generation materials will be critical to future sustainability. While many of these goods are still in the research stage, others are nearing commercial potential. Atomic number 42 disulfide nanoparticles use in flexible electronics,

Future of Clean Technology Trends

New technologies that address the growing need for clean energy generation groups into this trend. Including systems for innovative grid power distribution, energy storage systems, carbon-neutral power generation, and fusion power. The Foundation’s next Future Trends Forum will delve into this topic with the help of international experts.

These new technology trends will have broad applications:

  • Energy includes renewables (solar PV, solar thermal, and wind), clean coal, carbon capture, smart grid and metering technologies, energy storage solutions, energy efficiency, and waste-to-energy opportunities.
  • Transportation includes clean vehicles, electric vehicles (hybrids, plug-in hybrids, batteries), fuel cells, and batteries.
  • Buildings and structures, such as automation, HVAC, windows, insulation, home energy management, appliances, and LED lights
  • Water, such as wastewater action and desalination/membranes.
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Being prepared regarding these technological trends for the future is not a bad idea; on the contrary, it must be an attitude of internal research to know how to deal with the coming changes before they arrive and take us by surprise.

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