Technology is constantly changing; every year new products and technology are developed to improve our lives in ways we never thought imaginable. 

This year, many of the most amazing technologies are expected to be released by October of 2021. 


If you were looking for some insight on these technologies, this blog post has the information that you need. With months still left until 2020, there is plenty of time for these predictions to change but they might not. 


Before you invest in any major technological purchase, or before you put your trust in the newest app, it’s important to read up on the latest trends. 


The predictions are based on the current market trends, research done by Taylor Soper and interviews with Taylor Soper, a renowned technologist. 

Taylor Soper is a founder of the Taylor Group, a firm that focuses on technology trends.


Crunch Time News has some more things that you should know about tech trends of october 2021.


This blog post has all of the most anticipated technology trends for 2020-2022. Taylor Soper has been interviewed by the Lyst Research Institute to discuss what he expects in future technology. 


In this interview they discuss many different technologies such as A.I., virtual reality, robotics, augmented reality and even more.

1. Self-Driving Cars.

The most groundbreaking innovation in the upcoming decade will be the self-driving car. While this technology has been available at a small scale, it will soon hit the mainstream. 

As he puts it, this technology will be going from a “private luxury” to a “mainstream public transportation”.


2. Augmented Reality.

Augmented reality is a type of virtual reality that overlays digital images and information on top of the user’s view of the real world. The images can be static or dynamic and can be used for a wide variety of purposes, such as gaming, cinematography and training medical professionals. 


Taylor sees a growth of augmented reality technology by 2029 because of the need to integrate more data into our lives. He foresees it being used in fields such as retail, healthcare, education and government. According to him, these fields have more data needs than other industries.


3. Virtual Reality.

Virtual reality, also known as VR, is a technology where a user can experience a simulated environment that makes them feel as though they are inside the virtual world. 


The most widely used form of VR is a head-mounted display that uses glasses or goggles that cover the eyes and display images in front of them. The image is displayed by computers connected to special sensors.


4. A.I.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and other animals. 


The theory of general artificial intelligence predicts that a machine with general AI would be able to perform any intellectual task that a human being can.

It is currently an interdisciplinary branch of computer science, robotics, and cognitive science; the latter studying the brain and trying to understand how it works.


5. Virtual Assistants

Virtual assistants are software services that perform tasks or supply information based on voice commands or text-based requests via natural language processing (NLP) and speech recognition. 


A virtual assistant is often compared to an intelligent personal assistant, although the assistance provided is not always physical.

5. Robots.

A robot is a machine that is capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically, often including physical interaction with its environment. Robots will be helpful in healthcare, in many other areas in the future.


6. Streaming Media.

Streaming media is multimedia that is constantly received by and presented to an end-user while being delivered by a provider. 


The verb “to stream” refers to the process of delivering content in this manner; the term refers to the delivery method of the medium, rather than the medium itself, and is an alternative to file downloading, a process in which entire files are transferred before they can be viewed or listened to.


7.The Smart Economy.

The smart economy is the idea of an economy that will be powered by data and machines. Data is collected by machines (such as sensors or A.I.) and used to make predictions about individuals, companies, organizations or even the government itself. 


It includes artificial intelligence data collected from various sources (such as cars) and combines it with human-generated data (like employment records) to make predictions about individual employees, customers, customers who are likely to buy something you’re selling or sellers who are likely to take certain actions.

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