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2020 is looking… disruptive

Written by Nick Dinsmoor

October 22, 2019

2020 is looking… disruptive

From AI to autonomous “things”, what opportunities in strategic technology trends will arise in 2020? For this list, each trend was chosen based on their anticipated impact to the world and business – including its ability to drive disruption and opportunity over the next five to 10 years.

According to experts, “The trends are structured around the idea of ‘people-centric smart spaces,’ which means considering how these technologies will affect people (i.e., customers, employees) and the places that they live in (i.e., home, office, car).”

However, trends aren’t trendy without leadership in IT. So now, we leave it up to the experts to decide which innovations will make the biggest impacts on our day-to-day lives.

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