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The most prominent upcoming technology trends

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Technologies were always attractive to humanity. In recent years, many innovative pieces have been developed, and it really simplified the life of a modern person. However, technology does not stand still, and very soon, more discoveries and new trends await us. Here are some of the megatrends that are expected in the upcoming years.

5G networks

It is unlikely that we will see 5G networks as a commercial product before 2020 since today operators are still actively using 4G. However, the first communication signals of the 5th generation will be noticeable already in 2019. In its quest to become the first 5G provider, Verizon, the U.S. operator, began offering standard 5G fixed-line home services in October 2018. In addition, the largest US operator plans to build mobile 5G networks already in 2019; it deploys 5G at the highest frequency range known as mmWave (28-39 GHz). This means that while Verizon 5G technology will offer high speed after launch, the operator will still utilize its LTE spectrum.

Online adult dating

This trend in recent years has become one of the fastest-growing industries on the Internet. A modern person often just does not have enough time necessary to get acquainted with someone in real life. Moreover, many of us constantly live with smartphones in their hands, and this makes adult dating even more popular. The existence of dating sites is very important because in big cities you often feel lonely. Many migrants, for example, live in London, New York, and Paris, where it is not so easy to meet new people and overcome inner barriers. In this case, adult dating helps them to step over their fears. It’s convenient for people to create Internet profiles, and thus it’s easier for them to:

  • Form their desired self-image.
  • Overcome personal barriers
  • Meet amazing people
  • And even learn a new language

Artificial intelligence and robots

Not only the dating industry with Hookupgeek has developed, but those solutions that we today call artificial intelligence (AI) cover already at least 10% of all the routine jobs. AI will develop rapidly, and some scientists, such as Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, believe that technology can become dangerous for people if we do not properly regulate its development. Elon even founded the company OpenAI, whose goal is to work on creating a more manageable version of AI. If we talk about robotics, in recent years we have seen many new robots, for example, an updated version of the Aibo robot dog, which was recently presented at CES 2019. In addition, developments from Boston Dynamics made a lot of noise in the media. Many new and unique robots were presented at the recent CES exhibition, including Lovot, a “manual and affectionate” robot. However, there are completely different solutions, for example, Ubtech Walker – a robot that can properly coordinate the movement of limbs with the help of computer vision. Its height is about 5 feet; it moves on two manipulator legs almost like a person, knows how to play the piano, lift different weights, pour beer from a bottle and in general can be very useful in the household.

Samsung’s exoskeleton combines wearable devices and the robotics industry to create a device that connects the foot, knee, and hips. This, of course, can be useful for people who have problems with the musculoskeletal system. For example, it helps older people to get upstairs and effectively perform everyday tasks.

Without a doubt, 2019 and upcoming years are going to be more innovative in terms of technology. Thus, we can expect that our life will become even more comfortable every year.

 

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The author is an expert on occupational training and a prolific writer who writes extensively on Business, technology, and education. He can be contacted for professional advice in matters related with occupation and training on his blog Communal Business and Your Business Magazine.
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