The world around us is continually changing as a result of technology.
The epidemic accelerated technological advancement in many fields, encouraging more people to integrate it into their daily lives.
Here are three technologies that, in 2023 and the years to come, are anticipated to have a greater influence on our lives and enterprises.
With new technology comes the need for even more processing power, and quantum computing is one area that is showing promise in increasing the capacity of computers.
In order to solve issues like protein folding, which traditional computers find exceedingly challenging to manage, in novel new ways, quantum computing utilises the principles of quantum theory.
But one risk of quantum computing is that it may be used to decrypt the encryptions that are now employed to safeguard data transfers and transactions.
Global organisations are developing “quantum resistant” encryption as a defence against this.
Artificial intelligence (AI), a technology that many fear may replace human labour, is here to stay, whether you like it or not.
Almost every firm is creating AI to increase the productivity of their operations. The technology is used by filmmakers to deage performers, by environmentalists to track and protect animals while deterring poachers, and by the healthcare sector in experiments to find early signs of sickness and cancer.
While its use – such as utilising AI to profile individuals or speed up hiring – continues to be a hot subject since even computers can be “biassed” due of the data it was fed, more sectors are anticipated to embrace it in the upcoming year.
Virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR), two technologies that have been in the news for years and are thought to open the door to the metaverse.
The metaverse is a shared immersive virtual environment that has been dubbed the next step in the evolution of the Internet.
You may anticipate more engaging virtual meetings where you will be able to communicate with your colleagues through your computerised personas to facilitate project cooperation.
If you use a virtual avatar, you might more properly determine how a piece of clothing would fit you, and online clothing shopping could no longer be a problem.
In fact, when the metaverse actually materialises, there may even be a permanent avatar of you operating in the virtual world even when you are not online.
While the technology is fascinating, advancement has been painfully sluggish.