Here we have listed the technologies of 2017 that will be more advanced to ensure a wonderful user experience in 2018.
With breakthrough inventions in mobility, payments technology and computing, 2017 has been a remarkable year for technology. The year also marked some interesting inventions like self-driving vehicles and making payments with face recognition. So, you must be excited to know what inventions 2018 can bring on the table. After all, technology is dynamic—some technology become obsolete early and some survive for years.
Here we will talk about the latter, meaning that this blog will be dedicated to the technologies of 2017, which are likely to influence 2018.
Blockchain was developed to support Bitcoin, a crypto-currency. It is an algorithm and shared data structure which supports the management of “digital money” amongst the people strangers to each other. Surprisingly, it lacks central administrator or centralized data storage. Despite being in infancy, this technology may be breakthrough for financial companies in 2018.
Over the past few years artificial intelligence or AI has been dominating the technology landscape when it comes to replicating human behaviour. Many companies belonging to healthcare, finance and customer support are implementing AI. It will be evolved into more advanced form in the following year.
Cloud computing is more than storing and assessing information and apps over the Internet. It is looked as the replacement of most on-premises infrastructure like servers and HDD. The cloud market has witnessed an impressive growth in recent years. Therefore, it is expected that this technology will come up with newer and better services. Then, the market consolidation by giants like Amazon Web Services, Google and Microsoft is also predicted.
Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR);
AR and VR are the finest examples of how technology has enhanced gaming, movie watching and entertainment. Many VR devices like Oculus Rift, Sony PS VR, HTC Vive and Google Daydream are already on the shelves. Many tech companies are jumped into VR and AR scene. It would be interesting how far these technologies will go in 2018.