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Top 8 technology trends and jobs 2019 will bring

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Technology is developing at staggering speeds, and it is only getting faster. This evolution enables faster change and progress. Careers in tech industry do not follow as fast, but they do evolve. IT professionals tend to recognize their new or expanded roles, as they constantly learn because they both want and need. Everyone should always stay in touch with the modern technology trends today. You need to set your eyes on the future and realize which skills you will need for jobs you want to do.Let us explore eight technology trends for the year 2019, as well as the jobs they will create.

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8. Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Artificial Intelligence has undoubtedly already received great attention and continues to be a trend to watch. It more and more effects how we live, work and play, and yet it is only in the early stages of development. Other AI branches also appeared as well. AI are computer systems that mimic human intelligence. They perform tasks like recognizing images, patterns or speech, and they also make. AI can actually do these tasks much faster and more accurately than humans can.

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7. Machine Learning

Machine Learning is one of the newer branches of AI. Here, computers are programmed in a way to learn how to do something they are not programmed to do. This basically means that they learn more by discovering patterns and exploring data. There are supervised and unsupervised learning, while Machine Learning also has subsets that include neural networks, natural language processing (NLP), and deep learning. Each offers different opportunities for specializing in career fields that constantly grow and improve.

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6. Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Process Automation is another technology developed to automate jobs. Essentially, it is the use of software to automate business processes like processing transactions, interpreting applications, dealing with data, and replying to emails. RPA serves to automate repetitive tasks people used to do, to give them more time to do more important work. However, not just menial tasks are automated, as 45 percent of activities we do could potentially be automated, like the positions of financial managers, CEOs and doctors.

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5. Blockchain

Here, most people will think in relation to crypto currencies like Bitcoin. Blockchain however offers useful security in different ways. It is the data you can only add to, but not change in any other way.The fact that you cannot change it is why it is so secured.These are also consensus-driven so that nothing else can control the data. With blockchain, you do not need a third party to validate or even oversee any of your transactions.

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4. Edge Computing

Cloud computing is currently mainstream, with giants like Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure dominating the market today. Cloud computing and its adoption are still growing, with more and more businesses moving to their solutions. It is no longer an emerging technology, because Edge is. It is practically designed to bypass latency that cloud computing causes and get data to a data center for processing. In other words, it exists “on the edge,” or closer to where the computing needs to be. Edge can process time-sensitive data in very remote locations with little to no connection to one centralized location.

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3. Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR)

VR immerses the user in a virtual environment, while AR enhances the actual environment. VR has is at the moment mostly used for gaming and training. The popular Pokemon Go game is a great example of AR. Both have huge unexplored potential in education, training, entertainment, marketing, and perhaps even rehabilitation. They both could be used to train doctors, offer museum tours and experiences, enhance the theme parks and marketing, etc. The potential is next to limitless here.

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2. Cyber Security

Cyber security is around for a while, and is evolving just as any other technology. There are always new threats, so security has to keep up. The hackers want to access all sorts of data illegally, and they will not stop, but continue to develop their skills to bypass the toughest security measures. Most new technology comes with enhanced security, for example hardware authentication, cloud technology and deep learning. Data loss prevention and behavioral analytics are also great ways of security in the cyber world. As long as hackers are active, cyber security will evolve and develop to defend us against them.

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1. Internet of Things

Internet of Things (IoT) is the future. A lot of “things” are have WiFi connection, meaning that they could easily be connected to the Internet, as well as to each other. This is what IoT stands for. It enables cars, devices, home appliances, and everything else to be connected together and among themselves and exchange data over the Internet. Currently, we are in the beginning stages of IoT. The number of devices capable of this was 8.4 billion in 2017. It is actually expected for it to rise to a staggering 30 billion by the end of 2020. That is a lot of smart devices.



Ricardo is a freelance writer specialized in politics. He is with foreignpolicyi.org from the beginning and helps it grow. Email: richardorland4[at]gmai.com

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