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Telenor Research on 2017 Tech Trends: The Year of AI and Social Fatigue?



2017 could be the year that Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things and chatbots go genuinely standard. Telenor Group’s Research distributed the key worldwide Tech Trends recognized for the coming year.

2016 was from multiple points of view an antecedent for what Telenor Research accepts will proceed to appear and cement in 2017. The hunt to digitize exercises in our day by day lives and in business will just quicken now that mechanical stages are developing and moving into test mode.

“A year ago we highlighted a few imperative creating patterns and anticipated that these would pick up speed and consideration amid the year. IoT is on our rundown again for 2017, yet we likewise assert that web-based social networking weariness could begin to show up, that chatbots are hot, that 5G will show itself in demos and pilot establishments much sooner than the standard is prepared, and that the morals of AI will be an interesting issue,” says Bjørn Taale Sandberg, Head of Telenor Research.

The patterns were recognized through perceptions, examples and supporting information from the ceaseless research directed by Telenor’s researchers in select master fields.

Telenor Research has distinguished the accompanying five critical slanting territories accepted to have the most considerable effect in 2017:

Keeping AI Ethical:

Applications utilizing Artificial Intelligence innovation are progressively normal. It will soon be hard to envision a “stupid” advanced administration, one that does not tailor itself to your requirements and inclinations or mulls over the particular setting in which the administration is utilized. Right now it is trying to clarify precisely why AI frameworks make the proposals they do. Keeping AI moral regarding straightforwardness and client protection is basic to advance the innovation.

On the Verge of Social Media Fatigue?

Flight mode: On. As web-based social networking begins to feel more ruled by flawed news and “companions'” veneers of flawlessness, millennials are beginning to yearn for breaks from the endless social updates and could log off additional.

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