Drugi jezik na kojem je dostupan ovaj članak: Bosnian
We live in a time when changes occur faster than ever before. Teenagers today don’t even open their e-mails. They use their phone for everything but calling someone. In 2015, the number of messages sent through the WhatsApp app almost doubled the number of SMS messages sent across all mobile operators on the planet. Right now, that ratio is closer to five to one. Tech companies are now the richest businesses in the world.
Four technologies that, in the opinion of visionary and great technology expert Peter Hinessen will shape the decade ahead are:
- Artificial intelligence
- Internet of Things
- Network Logics: tech such as blockhain
- Augmented and Virtual Reality.
Artificial Intelligence, or smart computers, is becoming smarter by the day. This tech no longer depend solely on humans, but are able to learn on their own. In 2016, Google announced their Google Home service that understands commands and can order a taxi or a lunch. Just imagine what they’ll be able to do in five years.
Computers are not the only smart things anymore, but all the other devices in our environment that connect with each other. Cars, washing machines, locks and the like. When we tie all this to robotics, we get the fourth industrial revolution that will bring about a complete reform of work processes and jobs.
Then there are also the network logic and augmented and virtual reality. First one we know best as data block networking technology, which, in the opinion of experts, is just the tip of the iceberg. It brings huge changes in the field of transactions, The biggest changes are primarily reflected in the area of finance.
If network logic is ever more affecting business, the virtual and augmented reality will much more affect our everyday lives. Not just the world of video games. Imagine how virtual reality can change learning and how easily we can move from reading and viewing to experiencing.
Peter Hinssen is coming to Slovenia for the first time as a speaker at this year’s SEMPL conference, which will be held on 29 and 30 November in the Grand Hotel Bernardin (Slovenia) in Portorož. Discover media-communication trends in the region under more favorable financial conditions by applying for Early Bird registration.