What will the world look like 10 years from now? Forty years from now? Will the continuation of Moore's Law eventually allow us to have a society run by automated robots? Will we have conquered global warming and celebrate as a people as we approach the much-vaunted prospect of the singularity? Some futurists, the people who deal in this kind of speculation, have made predictions of this nature, but there are also those who say these forecasts are inaccurate. In this blog we consider some popular ideas about the future of technology.
Predicting future trends or developments, especially in a dynamic field like technology, is inherently inexact, but it is possible to make some informed guesses. Of course, it's also possible to argue the opposite point of view regarding the reality of some of these technologies, but in these cases, there's enough evidence out there, particularly from experts, to diagnose some of them as myths. Let's start with one of the great fabled machines of the post-industrial age: the flying car ;)
But there are some more realistic visions and we at Clement May work with Business Leaders within the Technology Industry to identify these. We support their current and future needs and value Industry leaders opinions on what technologies will drive the business world in the future (short, medium and long term) so we can prepare the best we can. Please get in touch with us so you can join our next round table event where leaders within the Technology Industry discuss common challenges, focus and discuss what has been learned in the past and what the future may hold.