Modern technology adoption is at its peak nowadays. Businesses are investing in Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IoT), Public Cloud services like never before. These technologies are a great help to overcome the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic, smoothen the existing processes, and build a roadmap to digital transformation.
There has been an incredible progression and development in the domain of QA testing with the recent patterns getting introduced in the industry. The introduction of these creative advancements led to new updates in the software testing, development, design and delivery scenario.
The year that it was! While 2020 may have taught us many things – our relationship with technology – was altered forever and how.
Call it the new normal or wishful sundry names, digital dependency and increased screen time led to newer innovation and technological advancements.
The year 2020 pushed the world to a technological revolution. The digital ecosystem proved to be a gamechanger. The pandemic changed our lives, work culture, and gave birth to new trends and innovations.
Envisioning 5G leads me to catchphrases such as speed, low latency, ubiquitous coverage and massive capacity of the Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband network. Sounds amazing, doesn't it? Now imagine compiling this futuristic cellular technology with the astute capabilities of IoT. Sounds even better.
Digital twins, activity trackers, connected contact lenses, smart locks, home automation, smart grids. Every then and now, we hear about innovative applications of the Internet of Things. The technology, which uses the internet to connect digital devices and send/receive data between them is making waves in every industry for the commendable potential it has.
Smart homes, wearables, driverless cars, drones, smart shelves, air casting - IoT use cases are smart and futuristic. With so many possibilities and opportunities that IoT bring along, businesses, irrespective of their industry are making the most of this versatile technology. Transportation & logistics is one of them.
According to a 2017 report by the World Bank and WHO, almost half of the world population can’t access basic healthcare services. The report further highlights that there is an inconsistency in the availability and affordability of healthcare services even in the developed world. For example, in America, a study conducted at Harvard Medical School and Cambridge Health Alliance founded that uninsured, working-age Americans have a 40 percent higher risk of death.
According to Gartner, there will be 25 billion voice-enabled applications and other IoT devices by 2020. There has been a significant growth in the adoption of virtual assistants across industries. Artificial intelligence improvements and other technological advancements are driving this growth of virtual assistants.