Top 3 Technology Trends for 2020

Top 3 Technology Trends for 2020

The rapid pace at which the technology is advancing may be hard to catch up if you don’t keep yourself updated. Every change in the field should pop up as a notification on your device so that you know what happens in the world of innovations. Career options also increase as technology finds new ways to mold products into formats that please the customers. This acceleration in the rate of transformation can make the world a lot livelier and more convenient. Keeping your eyes on the technologies that are upgrading every day, and look out for jobs and opportunities to equip your life with these aspects of advanced luxury. Here are some of the top technology trends for the year that marks the beginning of a new decade.

1.      Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence

AI is a technology that has already been in the talks for a long time, and it has become a part of every industry over the past decade. This buzz doesn’t seem to fade since more innovations are surfacing in the field of AI; all these are likely to assimilate into one massive thing that changes the world radically. This technology can be defined as the computer systems built to mimic human intelligence in order to perform tasks such as decision making, recognition of images, and speech.

AI was developed with the goal to complete tasks at a faster rate than humans. Ride-sharing apps, smartphone personal assistants, streaming services, smart home devices, personal home assistants, and navigation apps are some of the areas that AI have applications, and all these are being widely used all over the world today. AI is also being used on several other platforms for the assessment of business risk, improvement of energy efficiency, prediction of maintenance, and money-saving functions.

2.      Machine Learning

In machine learning, there are AI applications, which may not be evident to the eyes of the users. This technology is essentially the programs in computers that aid the system in learning certain functions that they haven’t been programmed to do. Being a subset of AI, Machine Learning has the scope to discover more of the insights and patterns in the world of technology. The two types of learning are unsupervised and supervised learning, and they have more subsets, such as natural language processing, neural networks, and deep learning. Since Machine Learning is being deployed in all industries at a rapid rate, there is a huge demand for skilled professionals in each field.

 

3.      Robotic Process Automation

RPA is another technology like AI and Machine Learning that has been aiming at automating the tasks of humans. RPA fulfils jobs such as replying to emails, processing transactions, interpreting applications, and data management. All the tasks of people that repeat over time are taken up RPA; they are automated to perform at a faster pace. The RPA can easily handle even the works of CEOs, doctors, and managers. When looking into it as a career option, you have opportunities for the positions of project manager, solution architect, consultant, business analyst, and developer.

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