4 Mind-Boggling Technology Advances In Store For 2023

Technological innovation continued to make its presence known in 2022 and the trend continues to move at an increasing pace coming into the new year. This year and in recent years impactful tech such as the Internet of  Things, 5G, and Augmented Reality (AR) paved the way. Chuck Brooks, Global Thought Leader in Cybersecurity and Emerging Tech, shares an article on Forbes of some mind-boggling technology advances we should look forward to in 2023.
  1. Artificial Intelligence (AI). “We are now on the cusp of AI emergence and AI is no longer just found in science fiction movies. AI systems seek to replicate human traits and computational capabilities in a machine, and surpass human limitations and speed. It is already happening. Artificial synapses that mimic the human brain will likely direct the next generation of computing. The components may differ, it may be analog or digital, and it may be based on transistors, chemicals, biological, photonics, or possibly quantum components.”
  2. Cognitive Computing Technologies. “Futurist Ray Kurzweil said that mankind will be able to “expand the scope of our intelligence a billion-fold” and that “the power of computing doubles, on average, every two years. Recent breakthroughs in physics, nanotechnologies, and have brought us into a cognitive computing reality that we could not have imagined a decade ago.”
  3. Robotics. “Robotics are often viewed as the face of emerging technology, especially with the growth of capabilities in humanoid type machines that captivate our attention. They have also been used for decades in automating manufacturing, farming, warehouse functions, hospitals, security, etc. for mostly routine programmable functions. Now aided by machine learning, machine vision, AI and advanced sensors, robotics has become transformative in many industry verticals.”
  4. Advanced Materials Science and 3-D Printing. “Applications for advanced materials are part of the new world of discovery enabled by AI, and advanced analytics. As with AI, it applies to the fusion of working in concert with other emerging technologies. New materials are now being developed that can be stronger, lighter, handle extreme environments, and often can function at a higher rate of efficiency. They include, (among other categories) electric materials, biological materials, composites, polymers, and nanotech.

The societal, scientific, and economic impact of these 4 technology areas will be harvested in the coming year and into the foreseeable future. I have just provided a glimpse of a few of their potential applications. It could be a very promising, likely disruptive, and probably a wild ride in the quest for actualizing new technologies of the Fourth Industrial Era.


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