Dell Technologies just shared with us the key findings from their research that explore the future of connected living by the year 2030!
Find out how emerging technologies will transform how our lives will change by the year 2030!
Dell On The Future of Connected Living In 2030!
Dell Technologies conducted their research in partnership with the Institute for the Future (IFTF) and Vanson Bourne, surveying 1,100 business leaders across ten countries in Asia Pacific and Japan.
Let’s take a look at their key findings, and find out why they believe the future is brimming with opportunity thanks to emerging technologies.
Technological Shifts Transforming The Future By 2030
IFTF and a forum of global experts forecast that emerging technologies like edge computing, 5G, AI, Extended Reality (XR) and IoT will create these five major shifts in society :
1. Networked Reality
Over the next decade, the line between the virtual and the real will vanish. Cyberspace will become an overlay on top of our existing reality as our digital environment extends beyond televisions, smartphones and other displays.
This transformation will be driven by the deployment of 5G networks that enable high bandwidth, low-latency connections for streaming, interactive services, and multi-user media content.
2. Connected Mobility and Networked Matter
The vehicles of tomorrow will essentially be mobile computers, with the transportation system resembling packet-switched networks that power the Internet.
We will trust them to take us where we need to go in the physical world as we interact in the virtual spaces available to us wherever we are.
3. From Digital Cities to Sentient Cities
More than half of the world’s population live in urban areas. This will increase to 68% over the next three decades, according to the United Nations.
This level of growth presents both huge challenges and great opportunities for businesses, governments and citizens.
Cities will quite literally come to life through their own networked infrastructure of smart objects, self-reporting systems and AI-powered analytics.
4. Agents and Algorithms
Our 2030 future will see everyone supported by a highly personalised “operating system for living” that is able to anticipate our needs and proactively support our day-to-day activities to free up time.
Such a Life Operating System (Life OS) will be context-aware, anticipating our needs and behaving proactively.
Instead of interacting with different apps today, the intelligent agent of the future will understand what you need and liaise with various web services, other bots and networked objects to get the job done.
5. Robot with Social Lives
Within 10 years, we will have personal robots that will become our partners in life – enhancing our skills and extending our abilities.
In some cases, they will replace us, but this can mean freeing us to do the things we are good at, and enjoy.
In most cases, they can become our collaborators, helping to crowdsource innovations and accelerate progress through robot social networks.
Preparing For The Future Of Connected Living By 2030
Many businesses in APJ are already preparing for these shifts, with business leaders expressing these perceptions :
- 80% (82% in Malaysia) will restructure the way they spend their time by automating more tasks
- 70% (83% in Malaysia) welcome people partnering with machines/robots to surpass our human limitations
- More than half of businesses anticipate Networked Reality becoming commonplace
– 63% (67% in Malaysia) say they welcome day-to-day immersion in virtual and augmented realities
– 62% (63% in Malaysia) say they welcome people being fitted with brain computer interfaces
These technological shifts are seismic in nature, leaving people and organisations grappling with change. Organisations that want to harness these emerging technologies will need to collect, process and make use of the data, while addressing public concerns about data privacy.
APJ business leaders are already anticipating some of these challenges :
- 78% (88% in Malaysia) will be more concerned about their own privacy by 2030 than they are today
- 74% (83% in Malaysia) consider data privacy to be a top societal-scale challenge that must be solved
- 49% (56% in Malaysia) would welcome self-aware machines
- 49% (43% in Malaysia) call for regulation and clarity on how AI is used
- 84% (85% in Malaysia) believe that digital transformation should be more widespread throughout their organisation
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