Technology is changing and evolving faster than ever. We’re expecting exciting things in 2023.
Artificial intelligence has been developing and is becoming increasingly advanced, more popular and accessible. From AI art generators to filters on social media to chatbots to virtual assistants, artificial intelligence is everywhere. More individuals will be able to explore artificial intelligence, and many businesses will be able to utilize artificial intelligence in a variety of ways to enhance their workflow.
Is cryptocurrency here to stay? While there are no guarantees on the subject, there’s a high probability that cryptocurrency will continue gaining popularity. After popular cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin bit their high, many prices dropped. Experts aren’t sure if they have already hit their lows or if they will continue to drop, however, new laws are being put into place surrounding cryptocurrency, leading us to believe that widespread use could become common in the following years.
Some experts are calling Web3 the future of the internet. According to future.com, Web3 has been defined as “the internet owned by the builders and users, orchestrated with tokens.” Web3 is intended to be highly functional while keeping user security in mind. As things like cryptocurrency, NFTs and other blockchain-based services expand, there is a strong chance that Web3 will continue to expand as well.
Augmented reality is evolving and has become much more mainstream and accessible since Facebook relaunched as Meta in 2021. In 2022, more brands began experimenting in the metaverse. We expect to see even more brands joining the metaverse in 2023.
Data privacy rules are always changing and evolving, although there are no set laws regarding data privacy in the United States (yet!) More consumers are becoming aware of data privacy, with “93 percent of Americans considering it important to be able to control who could access their personal data,” according to Cloud Wards.
Remote and hybrid work has become more common in the United States since the COVID-29 Pandemic. According to Zippia, approximately 26% of all United States employees were working remotely in some capacity in 2022, and these numbers are expected to continue to grow.
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