Top 5 Advanced Technology Trends to Watch Out in 2020
We have to admit that Industry 4.0 already affected the way we lived. All the things done faster and efficient this time with the help of advanced technology. People have to keep up and understanding the newest of technology trends to avoid the risk of being left behind. According to research firm Gartner there are some trends everyone should keep an eye for in 2020:
A distributed cloud is the distribution of public cloud services to different locations while the originating public cloud provider assumes responsibility for the operation, governance, updates to and evolution of the services. It represents a significant shift from the centralized model of most public cloud services and will lead to a new era of cloud computing.
Automating tasks and integrating processes among companies. This is the combination of multiple machines learning, package software and automation tools to deliver work. Hyperautomation requires a combination of tools to help to support replicating pieces of where the human is involved in some tasks.
Physical Augmentation enhances humans by changing the inheret physical capabilities by implanting a technology element on the bodies. Cognitive augmentation can occur through accessing on traditional computer system and the emerging multiexperience interface in smart spaces. This will become prevalent as individuals seek personal enhancements.
Multi Experience is to deals with the kind of two-dimensional screen and keyboard to interface to dynamic, multimodal kind of interface world. Through 2028, the user experience will undergo a significant shift in how users perceive the digital world, and how to interact. VR (Virtual Reality), AR (Augmented Reality) and MR (Mixed Reality) are changing and will combined shift in both perception and interaction in the future multisensory and multimodal experience.
Autonomous Things are physical devices that use AI to automate function previously performed by humans. The most known forms of autonomous things are drones and robots, and other appliances. As the technology capability improves, regulation permits and social acceptance grows, autonomous things will increasingly be deployed in uncontrolled public spaces. Source: www.gartner.com