Emerging technologies like connected cars, autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence have the potential to change the way we interact with the world.
The big question for all of us is: what is the impact?
The latest research has highlighted the growing trend of AI and connected devices as emerging technologies that could change the nature of everyday life and fundamentally change the face of the 21st century.
In a report, the McKinsey Global Institute has projected the emergence of emerging technologies in the near future, and how these technologies will shape how we interact and live in the future.
“These technologies could transform how we work, play, shop and live our lives,” said McKinsey VP of Emerging Technologies Nick DiPaola in the report.
“For example, we’re seeing more and more AI-powered, smart home systems, connected cameras, sensors, robots and other connected devices, and more connected things and services, all connecting to each other to enable new forms of interaction.”
The report notes that the emergence and impact of these technologies, as well as the way in which they will be deployed, is changing the way that people work, and also the way they think.
“We’re seeing a dramatic increase in people working more on their smartphones than on their desks,” said DiPaolas.
“That’s not good for anyone.”
DiPaolas added that the emerging technologies will “change how people live, what they do, and the kinds of things they do with their lives.”
As the McKinseys report notes, the growth of connected devices is also being driven by a shift from physical spaces to virtual.
“We’re entering an era of virtual, connected, and virtual-world environments, where people will have to navigate and interact with each other in a highly connected virtual world,” the report states.
“This is happening in real time, but the people that do that work are not necessarily physically present.
In the report, DiPaoles report highlights a range of technologies and technologies from a variety of emerging technology sectors, such as drones, autonomous cars, drones, wearable computing, and connected home products. “
DiPaola added that “virtual” and “connected” are the buzz words of the day, and they are being used by the tech industry to describe a whole new class of devices.
In the report, DiPaoles report highlights a range of technologies and technologies from a variety of emerging technology sectors, such as drones, autonomous cars, drones, wearable computing, and connected home products.
The report highlights these technologies as having the potential for profound social and economic impact.”
The McKinsey report does not include a full list of emerging emerging technologies, but we do have a look at a few of the trends it highlights.”
As these technologies get to scale, they will fundamentally change how we think about the world around us and how we communicate and communicate in the real world.”
The McKinsey report does not include a full list of emerging emerging technologies, but we do have a look at a few of the trends it highlights.
DiPaolis also noted that connected cars have been “increasingly the dominant mode of transportation” for some time.
“The new technology of connected cars is becoming more prevalent, and we’re beginning to see an acceleration of the growth in the market, driven by the need for more connected vehicles,” Di Paolis said in the study.
“By 2040, the market for connected cars will be more than $60 billion.”
This new market will likely be driven by autonomous driving, which DiPaoli said will “provide a platform for the emergence” of “innovative connected car technology.”
He added that this is “the driver for the growth and adoption of connected vehicles, as they will allow people to more easily navigate their daily lives.”
The rise of connected technology is also seen in the health care sector, where DiPaos report highlights “an increasing number of connected health care services.”
For example, the report notes an increase in the use of electronic health records in the healthcare industry.
The report also highlights the importance of connected mobile devices.
“Mobile phones, smart watches and wearables will play an increasingly important role in health care in the next two decades,” the study states.
The growth of these connected devices will also have a “major impact on how people interact and interact in the digital era, and on how we access health care.”
“For example,” Di Pasol said, “it is becoming increasingly important to get in touch with family members and friends via these technologies.
This will also lead to a shift in how people use the Internet and mobile technology.”
Di Paolis also said that the trend of connected home devices is growing at a “record pace,” and is “driving up the value of existing home amenities, such in-home amenities and furniture.”
The McKinsey reports, which is based on a wide variety of research, predicts that “home automation” will become “a dominant industry” by 2040.