Top 3 Technology Trends 2019- Were you Really Expecting These?

The year 2018 was a year of new innovations and technologies. Not only this, the ever-growing and evolving technologies have also affected people in the best possible ways. Gone are days when people were afraid to adopt new interventions going in industry, now people want to try each and everything and are more prone to the adoption of new things which make their lives unbelievably easier. With every changing year, the trends in technology sectors are also changing. The year 2019 has started and is expected to be the year of loads of technology. We can expect that as 2020 is said to come with tech to every aspect of our lives. So these are the top 3 technology trends 2019 which can be easily predicted.

Top 3 Technology Trends 2019

  • Growing Automation:

The year 2019 we lead us to more autonomous lives. Even more, vehicles will have autonomous driving capability soon. More robots will replace people and drone will rule us.

  • AI Everywhere:

AI will deeply impact the industry and in 2019 AI will get more public scrutiny. Artificial Intelligence and especially Deep Learning, the ‘magic’ that is bringing us driverless cars and facial recognition, has been sitting solidly atop the hype curve over the last few years. The technology will take on different industries, be it health, energy, transport and telco.

  • The resurgence of Blockchain:

The year 2018 was not a lucky one for blockchain technology. However, the year 2019 will not be bad as the previous year as we will see new applications. Soon blockchain will help businesses to create trillions in business value but it will be a slow process.

So these were the tech trends 2019 keeping in view market insights. Telenor had also announced 7 tech trends of 2019. Know more about them by clicking here.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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