Bangkok One News
Home » New Technology Trends
Bangkok Bangkok News Investing Science Tech Whats New

New Technology Trends

Was 2021 the most notable year in terms of technological breakthroughs and headline-worthy innovations?

Nope.

It was the Covid year.

AGAIN.

Still, a lot has happened that was pushed back from the headlines thanks to the virus.

This seems like a big claim, but let’s acknowledge the facts — the past year brought us discoveries, usually reserved for science fiction books.

These included subatomic particles, AI that can smell diseases, and the first gene-edited babies. Virtual reality and artificial intelligence continue to be among the fastest-growing markets, almost doubling their net worth in the last 12 months.

One thing seems certain:

Technology is going to continue changing our lives.

Time to look into the future — what are the new technology trends of 2022?

How will they change our lives for the better?

Which sectors will benefit the most from this rapid progress?

How will these innovations affect us in the long term? And most importantly…

Is there a limit to how much technology can develop?

Here’s the TechJury take on the future.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

AI will be a godsend for the cybersecurity industry. With data leaks happening all the time, AI will resolve several of the biggest pain points for cybersecurity experts.

After all, AI is all about automation, and machine learning is a crucial part of this process. It allows machines to observe us and learn from our behavior.

The latest computer technologies can detect patterns in hacker attacks and provide predictive analysis for breaches before they occur.

Artificial intelligence is by no means a modern or unique concept. AI research has been going on for over 60 years, and a lot of big companies are already using it in their everyday operations.

Still, AI continues to be a tough nut to crack so it’s still expensive to develop. The biggest challenge of 2022 will be to make this tech publicly affordable.

One question remains unanswered:

Is the technology industry the one to reap the most rewards from the adoption of AI?

Not by a long shot.

Medicare has been investing in AI for quite some time, and with some great results to show for it. Science experiments in fields like neuro-linguistic programming, biotechnology, and neural networks are not only invaluable for the evolution of humanity but are also progressively expanding the job market.

Transport and logistics have a lot to gain from artificial intelligence as well.

Another trend worth mentioning is the increased interoperability available between the set of neural networks supporting artificial intelligence.

Developers are facing difficulties when it comes down to choosing the right framework for their AI systems. With this in mind, an AI model that is trained within a specific framework often ends up lacking support when attempting to transition to another network.

That’s why developers are attempting to increase interoperability between the systems. This will likely lead to more capable AI systems.

So, where is technology headed in terms of its adoption? Researchers believe that during 2022, more businesses will consider implementing AI-based systems, especially for marketing purposes such as customer support, retention, and engagement.

This trend is certainly interesting since customer engagement sounds like a job well-suited for humans. However, AI implementation, in this case, will likely save a lot of man-hours, while also reducing waiting times for customers requiring additional information.

Other areas of AI adoption in business include general tech-related processes, research efforts, development, and security.

AI in 2022 will play a crucial role in scheduling, predictive maintenance, and maximizing energy efficiency. But that’s not the best part:

In the process of development and optimization, this trend in technology will create a wealth of new jobs.

Machine learning developers and programmers rank among the top emerging job positions garnering over 2000 active and well-paid listings on LinkedIn.

While this automation will inevitably lead to job cuts in the manual labor sectors, it is also expected to create over 58 million new positions before 2030.

by Nick G.

9 New Technology Trends That Will Shape Our Future (techjury.net)

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial