Top 3 Tech Trends That Will Rock The World In 2017
2017 has seen the explosion of great innovations and useful products that make up the top tech trends of today. From handsets, wearable devices, transportation, to home services, a lot of technological changes have taken place that aims to improve the way we manage daily life. Here are the top three most popular tech trends that are on its way to dominating the world this year.
First on the list is the concept you can't miss when discussing the best tech trends circulating in the society recently. The Internet of Things (IoT) has become the holy grail of all technological advancements, especially in building a smart home system. In theory, it is supposed to connect all our devices together, making them work in harmony to make how we do things infinitely easier.
According to Motley Fool, although it definitely is on its way to becoming a reality in 2017, this top tech trend still faces some hurdles. For example, despite the fact that a multitude of wireless technologies now exists to serve your smart home needs, some smart home gadgets are not compatible with certain smart home platforms. So we’re not at that point yet when devices work seamlessly together, but things are looking to be going in that direction.
Next on the list of hot tech trends this year are the advancement of artificial intelligence and the emergence of automation everywhere. According to the Digital Trends, these tech trends are not new, but they have definitely made big news this year. For example, the food business has been making more and more use of AI-driven drones to deliver pizza as done by Amazon.
2017 is seeing more of notable food companies use these tech trends to power their robots as food delivering machines. Additionally, smart devices gain more automation in learning your preferences to make better and more accurate suggestions and recommendations. With the rate technology is developing, we can expect to be surprised with more of these developing trends this year.
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