What technical revolution will be there in the next 5 years?

I think we all have to agree now that the rate of technological change is on the fast track – you blink, you miss. Every innovative trend is often tagged as “the next big thing.” The trends have become quite unpredictable and unprecedented, and with so many technologies emerging in every sphere of life, it might be quite challenging to keep up with everything.

 

7 technical Trends

 

Sometimes, I’ve been asked, “Denis Bederov, as a technical visionary, what trends do you think we should expect in the next years?” So here is a list of 7 technical trends that I believe will be at the forefront of industrial revolution in the next couple of years, especially till 2025.

 

  1. Bioplastics:

Bioplastics are environmentally friendly plastics derived from plant-based sources, such as cane sugar, corn or other byproducts of plants like wood bark and corn husks. Statistics show that less than 15% of the world’s plastic is recycled, with the rest incinerated, abandoned or dumped in a landfill. As they are generally compostable, bioplastics offer a solution for sustainability because of their low emission of greenhouse gases.

 

  1. Biometric technology:

Just like I, Denis Bederov, it might interest a scientist or any technical visionary that about 72% of companies are said to be planning to drop traditional passwords by 2025. The newer and stronger biometric authorization services for face, voice, eye, fingerprint, vein authentication and signature identification for accounts and devices are taking over.

 

  1. Virtual assistants:

Virtual friends and assistants are becoming a part of everyday life, and are being used increasingly to care for the elderly, educate children and undertake all sorts of tasks. New techniques that capture semantic relationships between words are making machines better at understanding natural language. These improvements, alongside better speech synthesis, has enabled us to move from giving AI assistants simple commands to having conversations with them. I think we are approaching a time when these virtual assistants will be able to deal with daily tasks like taking meeting notes, Internet searches or shopping online.

 

  1. Smarter fertilizers:

There have been recent improvements in the production of fertilizers, focusing on their ability to slowly release nutrients when needed in the soil. However, they still contain ammonia, urea and potash which are not environmentally-friendly. By the recent trends, a technical visionary can look forward to the manufacture of fertilizers, which use more ecologically friendly sources of nitrogen, and microorganisms that improve absorption by plants.

 

  1. Genomics:

Beyond now, genetic engineering technology is expected to increase with faster computer processing speeds. New DNA sequencing technologies and advanced analytics will improve agricultural production, reduce reliance on fossil fuels and ultimately extend human life expectancy.

 

  1. Blockchain:

Every technical visionary like I, Denis Bederov, will agree that blockchain is one of the biggest buzzwords in the world today. The hype seems to be growing by the day especially with its use in the cryptocurrency world. Blockchain allows parties to exchange secure information over standard networks. Far from its most common use in Bitcoin, in the coming years, blockchain is expected to drive more commercial uses and industrial applications because of its security.

 

  1. Internet of Things:

The number of devices currently connected to the internet is estimated to grow between 50 about 1 trillion in the next ten years. This means that every technical visionary can anticipate that the power of the cloud and widespread connectivity will ultimately make multiple devices safer, more efficient, and more responsive.

 

Conclusion Denis Bederov

So we can look forward to a lot of new things in the next five years. Above all, these 7 innovations only represent the top. The further developments in the automotive industry towards self-driving vehicles etc. would have blown up the frame. But in a future post, I’ll be happy to talk more about developments in this industry.

 

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