Overview of IT technologies and trends in 2020

Every year, in January and February, all key editions of the planet are filled with information on trends in key sectors of the world economy. And of course one of those areas is IT.
What trends will be most important for the world's fastest growing industry? Corporations from all over the world will be willing to pay for what profit decisions. Today, let's briefly look at the data from Forbes.
According to analysts at Forbes, 5 significant trends in technology and IT can be identified in 2020. And all of these trends were already announced in early 2019 and gradually transitioned into 2020. The only difference is that the use of these technologies will affect more and more industries and undergo significant modernization for each of them.
And it is the use of these technologies in business that will give companies a significant advantage over competitors in 2020.

  1. Artificial Intelligence (AI). Artificial Intelligence (AI)
    We can already say that artificial intelligence is one of the most advanced technical achievements of our time. The world's largest companies have long begun exploring how they can use AI to improve customer service and streamline their business processes. The trend towards AI development will continue into 2020, with particularly rapid growth in the use of AI technology in retail and industrial enterprises, where jobs are already beginning to replace people.
    Innovation in medicine and the search for solutions to early diagnosis of serious diseases are also a trend.
    However, developing and deploying our own AI-based systems will still be expensive for most businesses in the world.
  2. 5G data networks
    The 5th generation of mobile data transmission will provide ultra-high speed download and unloading of the latter, and will make the connection more stable. Despite the fact that 5G mobile networks first became available in 2019, they are still largely expensive and can only function in limited areas of the largest and most innovative metropolitan areas of the world.
    Ultra-fast data networks will not only enable us to transfer higher quality media and text files to anywhere in the world, but also make mobile networks more convenient to use at any given time.
  3. Personalized and predictive medicine
    IT technologies are now transforming the healthcare system at an unprecedented rate.
    The ability to collect health data from electronic media, such as clocks, will make it possible to diagnose and treat illnesses in humans even before they have any symptoms.
    Much more individualized approaches will be used in the treatment. Such methods are also called prognostic medicine, which allows doctors to more accurately prescribe medications and apply therapies to a particular patient.

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