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The world of industry is always chopping and changing, and it can produce some incredible innovations that change our lives forever. We live in a very different world to the one that existed in 2010, and we are going to see even more changes come 2030. Let’s take a closer look at some of the industries that we might see pushing to the forefront by 2030.
Many of the big innovations each decade can be found when looking primarily in the healthcare sector. There are always going to be major research programs happening here, and with that comes a commitment to discovering and developing new tech that could help many people live longer and healthier lives.
A big change that we could soon see is a rise in wearable trackers that help to monitor the key functions of many organs or conditions. Whether it is monitoring someone’s heartbeat or checking their blood sugar levels, there are several new paths being explored that could help to create a healthier society overall.
Though artificial intelligence is nothing new, we have truly only scraped the surface of what this could actually do for us. This technology is still very much in its infancy, even if it is beginning to make its way into our homes and offices. There are so many developments still to be made in this sector, and many companies at all levels of this industry are pushing towards new discoveries.
With big backers like Kohli Ventures and Intel Capital focussed on providing funding for the latest AI start-ups, it is clear that we are on the brink of some major leaps forwards in terms of AI. Ten years ago, things were very much in their infancy compared to the breakthroughs we have now. Who knows what the next ten years could bring us?
Some parts of society have been hesitant to accept virtual reality, but the breakthroughs shown through augmented reality have definitely shown that there is a market here to be enjoyed by many. The big success so far has been in gaming. Virtual reality has been slow to take off, but now that the next generation of headsets are on the way we might see more people begin to adopt this as a regular gaming hobby.
VR could also be used to help with training exercise and simulations for various industries, and has a whole host of other uses that are only now just being explored. There is a chance that, by the time we get to 2030, we might be living in a partially virtual world.
These are three industries that look to be incredibly exciting, and should have many advancements in the coming years. Following the progress of any of them will no doubt help to shop just how far we have come as a society, and what we might hope to see emerging from the top developers in the future. By the time 2030 arrives, we could be in a completely different world.