These trends are acting as the most important factor for technology companies and other organisations, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning & Deep Learning, Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality (VR & AR), IoT (Internet of Things) and security measures. And for sure, these technologies has been evolving our lives.
So, let’s take a look at these technologies that you need to watch out in 2017:
Artificial Intelligence – (AI)
Human Intelligence Exhibited by Machines. So you might think What an AI can do?
AI can inspire applications like robots, autonomous vehicles, virtual personal assistants, and smart devices (consumer electronics). AI include successfully understanding human speech, competing at a high level in strategic game systems (such as Chess and Go), self-driving cars, and interpreting complex data.
Machine Learning & Deep Learning
Machine Learning is approach to achieve artificial intelligence. And Deep Learning is a technique for implementing machine learning. This helps to find vulnerabilities and solution to security measures in softwares.
Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality – (VR & AR)
Currently VR and AR technologies are in their nascent phase, Augmented reality is the blending of virtual reality and real life. With AR, users are able to interact with virtual contents in the real world, and are able to distinguish between the two.
Virtual reality is a virtual world where people can interact with it. You can enter into a VR world by the wearing of a VR helmet or goggles similar to the Oculus Rift or Google VR.
Internet of Things – IoT
Internet of Things (IoT) is an ecosystem of connected physical objects that are accessible through the internet.
And it could be a any device controlled with electronic system. i.e. objects that have been assigned to an IP address and have the ability to collect and transfer data over a network without manual assistance. This embedded technology in the objects helps users to interact with internal states or the external environment.
Adaptive Security Architecture
Well, it’s tough one. The technology companies are focusing more on the security applications due to a complex world of interconnected platforms and applications. With the addition of the IoT frontier, slowly we are observing newer security implications.