Tech Trends to look out for in 2020.

Tech Trends to look out for in 2020.

Technology is evolving faster than ever; there’s a new innovation every day. As a consumer, it is almost impossible to keep up with the constant barrage of gadgets. Companies and individuals that don’t keep up with some of the major tech trends run the risk of being left behind.

It’s entertaining to make predictions about the technology that we’ll be using in the future. So, as the year comes to an end, we are looking into the future and sharing what we think will shape the future.

  1. 5G data: The 5th generation of mobile internet connectivity is going to give us super-fast download and upload speeds, as well as more stable connections. While 5G mobile data networks became available for the first time in 2019, they were mostly still expensive and limited to functioning in confined areas or major cities. 2020 is likely to be the year when 5G really starts to fly, with more affordable data plans as well as greatly improved coverage, meaning everyone can join in the fun.
  1. Extended Reality: Extended Reality (XR) is a catch-all term that covers several new and emerging technologies being used to create more immersive digital experiences. More specifically, it refers to virtual, augmented, and mixed reality.

These technologies have been around for a few years now but have largely been confined to the world of entertainment. From 2020, expect all of that to change as businesses get to grips with the wealth of exciting possibilities offered by both current forms of XR.So, we are looking into the future and sharing what we think will shape the future.

  1. Computer Vision: It’s the technology that allows your smartphone camera to recognize which part of the image it’s capturing is a face, and powers technology such as Google Image Search. As we move through 2020, we’re going to see computer vision-equipped tools and technology rolled out for an ever-increasing number of uses.

It’s fundamental to the way autonomous cars will “see” and navigate their way around danger. Production lines will employ computer vision cameras to watch for defective products or equipment failures, and security cameras will be able to alert us to anything out of the ordinary, without requiring 24/7 monitoring.

  1. AI-as-a-service: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most transformative tech evolutions of our times, most companies have started exploring how they can use AI to improve the customer experience and to streamline their business operations. This will continue in 2020 and become more prominent.


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