Technology is ever-evolving, and with this rapid change, there are many innovations one can be facing. As technology evolves, one needs to get on the trend to lead an easy life. There are many trends that came in 2020, and some of them have been there for longer. Here are a few technological trends you need to 2020.
Artificial intelligence is receiving a lot of buzz in the recent years, and it continues to do so as there are many trends which to watch when you are looking into the effects of the way we live in and play in early stages. There are many other branches of AI which was developed in the past year, which includes machines learning. AI refers to computer systems which were built on mimic human intelligence, allowing one to perform certain tasks from recognising images, speech or patterns, etc.
Machine learning is a subset of AI where computers are programmed to learn and do things for themselves. They can look into the patterns and insights from the data which can be supervised or unsupervised. Machine learning includes neural networks, NLP and deep learning which can allow you an opportunity for specialising in the career and field you will love. With machine learning being so popular, there is a huge demand for skilled professional.
Robotic Process Automation
Robotic process automation is a technology which is automating jobs which uses software to help with the interpreting applications, processing transactions, dealing with data and other emails. The RPA help ensures that you do not have to repeat tasks. There are menial tasks which the low paid workers can relate to. There are many IT professional looking for the future and trying to understand the technology trends which can be offered in plenty.
Formerly a technology trend to watch, cloud computing has become mainstream with the help of AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud. The adoption of cloud computing is something which can allow people to have the right migrates to a cloud solution. Edge computing is designed to help solve the problems as a way to bypass the latency, which is caused by cloud computing where the data is sent to the data centre for processing. Edge computing can act like mini data centres which can help improve the use of IoT, which can create jobs for software engineers.
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Virtual reality immerses the user to live in an environment which can enhance the environment. We have seen a spurt in the gaming industry in regards to VR where they are used as a virtual ship which can help one train and get better for US Navy, Army, Coastal Guard Ship Captains, etc.