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How’s Technology Looking for 2023?

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There are a handful of the latest and greatest technology innovations we are set to see boom in 2023. Whether you’re a tech enthusiast or not, the future of tech is relevant to everyone in one way or another. Keep in the loop of these three key technology trends:

The Rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

From advancing robotics to intelligent hacking or driverless cars and advanced medical devices, AI covers a scope of technology innovations.

One of the most relevant double-edged sword issues of AI however is the augmentation of workers. Undeniably, AI has played a pivotal role in automating work allowing for organisations to prioritise their main business objectives. Although some jobs which are done by humans now may become redundant, AI is emerging new jobs which will then replace those.

Another double-edged sword comes with the combination of AI and IT security. On one hand, IT security will be able to employ advanced tactics to protect data, but then on the other hand, hackers will also gain more intelligent, automated and advanced ways to invade organisations and more quickly steal their data.

Furthermore, with the increasing interest in remaining environmentally friendly, driverless cars can become an exciting reality. Fully powered by electricity and exploiting advanced AI and sensors, these driverless cars will be able to react accordingly to surroundings with the latest recognition technology.

Finally, 2023 is looking up to be the year of healthcare products and services boom. With AI, medical professionals can perform cognitive tasks rapider with artificial neural networks and advanced deep learnings. Moreover, there will be a shift towards prioritising the care given to the patient over diagnosis as AI allows for recognition of patterns and trends, making the care delivered more personalised.

Increased Talent Competition

With work-from-home becoming normalised post covid lockdowns, job seekers’ opportunities to hunt have expanded worldwide as online and remote work have increased. Despite the fact that this is advantageous to job seekers, this wider scope of search also makes competition fiercer since organisations can now pull talent from any location with technologies that allow for remote work. Job seekers aren’t only at war against other people but also with AI or robotics which threaten to replace easily automated and repetitive work.

Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR and AR) and the Metaverse

There are many uses for AR and VR such as shopping ‘try before you buy’ experiences, in gaming, navigation, training, healthcare, education, travel, music and many more. The cost of AR and VR is forecasted to decrease notably by 2023, making it more accessible to the general public. Realistically, we could see more innovations linking AR to our smartphones which we can use to interact with real life objects. AR and VR could also potentially blur the lines between reality and the digital realm – aka ‘transcendent realities’ – making it difficult to distinguish reality from virtual.

On the rise in the VR and AR world is the Metaverse – an immersive virtual world. The way we will communicate, live, and work is being altered by the Metaverse. The leading industries are currently in gaming and entertainment, but the potential of the Metaverse is proving to be much greater, such as its use in the workplace, education and government services.


It is clear that technology is quickly accelerating, with current technologies being innovated and the creation of new technologies on the horizon. Individuals and IT managers should be clued up in the upcoming technology trends so they can anticipate any changes and act correspondingly with knowledge.

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