That’s the thing with trend predictions.
It doesn’t matter who “sets” the trends, who propagates them and who ultimately believes in them – in retrospect, forecasts are usually rather amusing to read. We predicted, based on surveys and market studies, a focus on big data and AI-supported analytics methods. The reality that materialized just a few weeks later was of course a completely different one: Who would have guessed that QR codes and zoom meetings would become the tech trends of the early 1920s?
Digital Twins and AI in E-Commerce
In it they deal with a number of interesting topics that tech enthusiasts keep on their radar: Tech democratization and hyper automation in public administration , for example, both sound like desirable future scenarios, and that cybersecurity is becoming a red hot topic seems highly evident in these turbulent times. What we liked best about their forecast: The rise of the digital twins, i.e. data-based simulations of products, production chains and even entire company branches, naturally makes us prick up our ears. But we have to see the predicted invasion of artificial intelligence in e-commerce before we believe it.
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