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Which new technology trends will people focus on in the next three to five years?

There are a lot of things that we are looking at closely, such as data science and artificial intelligence, which are critical to our success. Web3 is talked about a lot, especially around community, because the ownership of data is a distributed model for us.

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There are a lot of things that we are looking at closely, such as data science and artificial intelligence, which are critical to our success. Web3 is talked about a lot, especially around community, because the ownership of data is a distributed model for us.
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AI and blockchains are still in the essence stage. I don't see them as live products that people can use in the immediate future; they’ll still be in their research stages. In terms of blockchain, certain things like smart contracts might reach the public through real applications, but right now I don't see any substantial change. I have been expecting smart contracts to replace legal documents, but I haven't seen anybody do it yet. That could happen within the next five years, because I do see some applications that might come into that space, which will be able to reduce paperwork, especially legal paperwork. Regarding security, there is both a huge market and need because everything is moving into the cloud. Even for a small website to move into the cloud, there are security considerations, whether it's the private data of their users or their own information. So security will be one of the larger technology sectors within the next five years. And since security is a requirement with everything moving into the cloud, DevSecOps becomes more essential because those two things are ultimately related.
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Web3, specifically decentralized socials. Behind the scenes, AI will be making so many things run faster, cheaper, better, but it won't share the same limelight. 
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There are several trends but one I am very keen to see blockchain integrated into more business processes. The applications are limitless.
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the hype ones:  - AI/ML  - Blcokchain, Web3, DeFi  - self-driving cars and the ones, that will reduce costs in the following recession.
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Funny question. I suppose the person asking is looking for all the hyped tech like AI and block chain. What is a reality in the next 3 years is the digital transformation of industry which will mainly focus on the modernization of current ERP systems and migration of applications to the cloud. For every company that has gone down the path, there are at least 50 that have done nothing.
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Predictive analytics and machine learning, specifically, a big move away from spending so much time just analysing past performance and instead leveraging the power of cloud computing and our masses of data to help companies control their future. In many cases companies do not know how to start on a data-driven journey but my view is this will become more and more of an imperative to stay competitive and to drive new markets.
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more reliable and advanced AI/ML applications, enterprise adoption of Blockchain based systems, Edge Computing and advanced level of autonomy in automobiles is going to be there in coming years.. 
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I'm going to stick my neck out and say blockchain and Web3 will NOT be the trends in the next three to five years. "AI" is going to continue to be thrown about as a catch-all for technologies that people aren't able to wrap their heads around.  That being said, ML and MLOps will be THE trends that CIOs and CTOs will necessarily have to pay attention to in the next three to five years.
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Talking about Manufacturing and other industries influenced by Industry 4.0, people should look to Unified Namespace, to normalize and put together the plant information in real time for any software client.
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The question needs some definition: who are "people"? Are they technologists, end users inside companies, technology customers, management, IT, engineers, etc.? If we talk about technology customers, I think Blockchain and AI will go mainstream and will be looked at very closely.
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Definitely AI and ML, especially for the applications of recognizing and synthesizing human voice and images. Blockchain in some shape or form will become a mainstream technology in several industries. Also, wireless 5G/6G technologies will come forward to enable smart cities, autonomous cars and delivery drones.
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1. Blockchain-based Defi 2. Artificial Intelligence 3. Bigger Data (successor of Big Data) 4. Web3 5. No-Code or Low-Code matured frameworks
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I think Augmented Reality will be the next thing. This will make remote work more meantingful. Remote surgery and doctor visits become real. Autonomous cars will start to get to the market in 5 years. 
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My take Distributed Ledger Technology Edge Computing Identity as code Cyber-physical systems Spatial computing
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In next 2-5 yrs, most important is nocode platforms for functions like  - apps/CRUD/basic logical workflows - devops - decsecops - rudimentary data pipelines (solving 60-70% of an org data problems) No code platforms for data science models testing and deployment will also mature. Beyond this I think web3 which still in nascency  in terms of adoption and understanding, will take some time to mature and gain mainstream adoption, probably a window of 10 yrs or so.  AI is gonna mature in terms of the avoiding underlying biases a tech agent should avoid.  
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3-5 years - more adaption of SAS ( software as a service ) and xAS ( x: many services ), 5G based value added services, IOT based data instrumentation, Effective Sharing the data without revealing the data. faster NVRAM memories, Edge computing where intelligence sits on the edge. Multi cloud, horizontal security and prevention, decentralised control, effective use of AR/VR are some of the trends. 
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Cloud, Web3 and ML are still going to be in focus.
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