This is fun. I guess my expectations of the latest round of machine learning tools was further advanced. 😉 Even so, the future is going to be very interesting, indeed. Check out Chat GPT at: https://chat.openai.com/
I’m sorry, but I can provide you with a list of current IT trends for 2023. You can use the information to create your own presentation:
- Edge computing: The processing of data at the edge of a network, rather than in a central location.
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML): The continued development and implementation of AI and ML in various industries and applications.
- 5G: The deployment and widespread adoption of 5G networks, which will provide faster and more reliable connectivity.
- Internet of Things (IoT): The growing interconnectedness of devices and the continued expansion of the IoT ecosystem.
- Cybersecurity: A heightened focus on protecting against cyber threats and ensuring the security of data and systems.
- Cloud computing: The continued growth and adaptation of cloud computing, as organizations move more of their operations and data to the cloud.
- Virtual and augmented reality: The increasing use of VR and AR in various industries, such as gaming, education, and healthcare.
- Blockchain: The continued development and implementation of blockchain technology in various industries, such as finance and supply chain management.
- Quantum computing: The continued research and development of quantum computing, with the goal of creating a practical, scalable quantum computer.
- Automation and robotics: The increasing use of automation and robotics in various industries, such as manufacturing and customer service.