- Generative AI
Generative AI is a broad label that describes any type of artificial intelligence that uses unsupervised learning algorithms to create new digital objects such as images, video, audio, text, and code.
The metaverse also promises to reduce carbon emissions, whether through replacing physical goods and meetings with digital ones, replacing real-world presence with virtual interactions, or digital twins that will help optimize the physical world.
Imagine a technology that could study your DNA and use it to improve your health, helping you fight disease and more. Genomics is precisely that technology that studies the composition of genes, DNA, its mapping, its structure, etc.
Although most people think of blockchain technology in relation to cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, blockchain offers security that is useful in many other ways.
In the simplest terms, blockchain can be described as data that can only be added to, not removed from, or changed. Hence the term “string” because you are making a string of data. Not being able to change the previous blocks is what makes it so secure.
- Digital trust
With people affluent and entangled with devices and technologies, trust towards digital technologies has been built. This familiar digital trust is another vital trend leading to more innovations.