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Technology in 2022: A Report from the IEEE

Technology in 2022: A Report from the IE...

This week, the IEEE released their predictions for computing technology in 2022. There’s nothing in there about downloading human consciousness into hardware or AI becoming sentient. However, the predictions are futuristic enough that their would be marked improvement in quality of life if they all came to pass. The report was drafted by nine technical leaders within the IEEE Computer Society, focusing on surveying the landscapes and progressions of 23 different technology sectors, including: 3D printing, big data and analytics, open intellectual property movement,...
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Tech Trends to Watch in 2014 (continued)

More trends I’m looking out for this year (continued from http://philippedaumanjr.net/tech-trends-to-watch-in-2014) Home Automation (and the Internet of Things) The Internet of Things is another concept that folks have been talking about for a while, but previous initiatives like Buglabs or Android@Home haven’t seemed to take off yet. Still, I think home automation will be the first area where this field starts to see some depth, and the $3.2 billion Nest acquisition certainly kicked off the year with a bang in this respect. Other large projects such...
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Tech Trends to Watch in 2014

Like every year in these modern times, 2013 was a big year in technology. The discovery of the Higg’s boson was confirmed by CERN, a new generation of TVs and gaming consoles was released, bitcoin went mainstream, and the biggest threat to the security of US internet companies turned out to be the State—but not the one everyone thought the year before. As we settle into 2014, here are some trends to watch: Wearables Everyone is talking about this one, fueled by Google Glass and rumors of an iWatch. In a way, it’s already here, with “explorers”...