Five Technology Trends For 2018

Let’s look at five of the leading technological trends for 2018: AI Foundation, Intelligent Apps and Analytics, Intelligent Things, Digital Twin and Edge Computing.

AI Foundation changes behavior in the empowerment to decide; Intelligent Apps and Analytics track behavior of the old and new Internet users; Intelligent Things allows the programming robots to interact with the environment; and Digital Twin is becoming strong in biometrics and medical fields and Edge Computing brings it all closer.

1. AI Foundation has almost immeasurable capabilities when it comes to business models and ecosystems, restructuring of the buyer’s existence and affecting behavior by empowering the ability to make decisions.

In the Gartner survey, 59% of businesses are constructing AI strategy. The remainder of businesses are beginning AI programs. Big investment and skills production tools are quite likely; therefore, companies might want to pinpoint micro creations and one task focus.

By the year 2020, AI programming will be in 30% of CIOs priority list for investment. These investments would be in preparation for data, areas of integration and the production of models; plus, training in algorithm and methodology selection.

2. Intelligent Apps and Analytics at one point or another, with AI eventually becoming part of most applications, apps and different services, AI is the site of war between software and service vendors. Companies can get apps that augment human activity and should. And should be aware of activity in higher analytics, the closer involved with the reaction of a user it can always be aware of intelligent processes.

3. Intelligent Things will operate independently, or not, with AI programming. For example, a butler who cleans up spills in the kitchen, and does it almost by himself. In this technical revolution many factors will come together in resolution. At a programmer’s conference, one programmer demonstrated how to program a robot with JavaScript.

4. Digital Twin are digital reflections of real-world interconnecting networks, and report on their real-world counterpart. Billions of dollars are at stake here. These reflections can change or increase production as a possibility of saving billions of dollars to maintain machinery and production work.

Creativity for production of those projections that don’t fall under the category of “thinks” are like biometrics and medical information to doctors; or a digital twin represents a city to provide information for a zoning.

5. Edge Computing comes closer to the user in working with the computer to the behavior that goes into processing. Bandwidth is reduced, and the latency found with sensors in the cloud is gone as compared to regular cloud operations. As technology grows the real-time using of an extraordinary amount of information will also grow.

In this equation, the leveraging of resources is imperative because these resources may not be attached to a network. Resources like sensors, laptops, tablets, and smart phones.

Many solutions require a culmination of resources. There is an enormous blanket of technology that the edge computing covers: augmented reality, peer-to-peer ad hoc networking plus processing found often in local cloud/fog computing and grid/mesh computing, dew computing, wireless sensor networks.

There is also mobile edge computing, autonomic self-healing networks, cloudiet, remote cloud services, distributed data storage and retrieval.

The ongoing development of technology creates a huge demand for continued education, self-development and awareness. And the Internet has provided a vast number of tutorials.