What we have seen this year could be a glimpse of what is to come. We saw massive losses and data breaches thanks to malware attacks (more on those below), but we have also started to see a small-scale implementation of tech like autonomous cars. So what can we expect for 2018 and beyond? Here are some guesses:
- X, owned by Google's parent company Alphabet, is aiming to aid "twelve million households and thousands of businesses and government organizations" in India get broadband by 2019 using fiber optic technology. The catch? Not using actual fiber lines.
Self-Repairing Phone Screens
- With a little help, a glass polymer called polyether-thioureas can mend cracks in its structure, as discovered by accident by researchers in Japan. Best of all, you can do it yourself in a standard temperature setting with nothing but a little finger pressure. Mainstream AI Integration
- According to a study completed by Gartner, by 2020, not only will we see a mass of mainstream AI (artificial intelligence) integration into the workforce, but that it will create more jobs than it replaces. At Hanson, we can't tell the future, but we can equip you with the most up to date security your business can have. It's never too early to discuss a top-notch cyber security plan. Call us today to talk to one of our systems administrators about your security needs.