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5 Smart New Technologies to Look Out for - Carol Evenson - Blog

5 Smart New Technologies to Look Out for

Around the world, a significant digital revolution is taking place. Technological developments have enhanced innovation, agility, and market development. The Covid-19 pandemic has expedited digitization and automation, letting businesses thrive even in the face of hardship. Many companies have adopted disruptive technologies and changed their business strategies as a result. The epidemic's effects will linger for a long time, and the digital transformation will continue. If companies do not keep up with technological changes, it would be difficult for them to recover. Advanced technology will continue to transform the way people do business, presenting great potential for companies all around the world. Here are some recent technological advances so that everyone understands what to look for.


  1. Quantum Computing

Quantum computing, which uses quantum phenomena like superposition and entanglement to do calculations, is the next big thing in technology. Because of its ability to instantly query, track, understand, and act on data, regardless of source, this amazing technology trend also includes preventing the spread of the coronavirus and developing viable immunizations. Quantum computing is now being used by banks to monitor credit risk, execute high-frequency trading, and detect fraud. Quantum computers, some of which are made by well-known companies, are currently several times faster than traditional computers. It might also be used to boost already efficient EDI systems

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  1. 5G

Fast and reliable internet means more than just opening web pages faster and waiting less time for YouTube videos to load. Each breakthrough in mobile connectivity, starting with 3G, has opened up new internet use cases.

As bandwidths expanded, 3G provided online access and data-driven services on mobile devices; 4G enabled the spread of streaming video and music platforms, and 5G will do the same. 5G refers to networks that combine cutting-edge technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality. By requiring you to be linked to a certain spot, they are also positioned to render cable and fiber-based networks obsolete. In essence, 5G enables access to many trends at any time and from anywhere. Complex machine learning applications with real-time access to Big Data sources can be automated and deployed in the field.


  1. Internet of Behaviors

If you're familiar with the Internet of Things, you should be aware that it also includes the Internet of Behavior. The Internet of Things is focused on influencing behavior through data and insights. IoT devices can be used as big databases in Internet of Behavior models. Businesses will be able to track customer behavior and use IoB to benefit their particular channels with the help of IoB. For example, a health-tracking app may collect information on your physical activity, eating, sleep, and other habits. This data can be utilized to drive additional behavioral change, such as through the creation of individualized health plans.


  1. Blockchain

Another recent widespread technology trend is blockchain. Many people mistakenly believe that Blockchain is solely concerned with cryptocurrency, which is not the truth. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are just a small part of the bigger Blockchain picture. It works in a range of industries, including healthcare, supply chain and logistics, advertising, and so on, in addition to bitcoin. It's a decentralized digital ledger that keeps track of all transactions through a global network of computers. Various companies are looking for Blockchain platforms to assist them in developing top-level business strategies, propelling the blockchain industry forward. Blockchain's meteoric rise in popularity is due to the level of security and transparency it provides.


  1. Augmentation of Humans

Human augmentation is a broad idea that refers to technological advancements that aim to boost human capabilities and productivity. Physical enhancements such as prosthetics, AR lenses, and RFID chips implanted within persons are examples of human augmentation. People's cognitive, perceptive, and action skills can all benefit from this. This is accomplished through the employment of sensing and actuation technologies, information fusion and fission, and artificial intelligence.


The future of technology is exciting and has the potential to revolutionize the way business is conducted. Keeping up with the new trends is imperative to success. 

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