The fast speed of technological innovation makes it hard for people and companies to predict a tech trends 2023 list. Especially when the world has to cope and adjust to changes in various sectors.
For example, the tech market marked a significant shift in using robotics in the medical field. We have recently witnessed a significant change in the use of robotics in the medical industry, which has extended beyond healthcare into other industries, such as cannabis. Automated robotics are now being introduced into the cannabis sector as well. At the same time, the need for more eco-friendly solutions in the automotive market is continuing to grow.
We created this article to help you explore pioneers in technology that will shape our lives this year. Here we cover the prediction of all the maturing technological trends that will change the market in 2023. Let’s get to the point.
Use of Low-Code or No-Code AI
Artificial Intelligence (also known as AI) has long been here. However, we see a huge boost in its use cases, and the trend will continue to dominate the market in 2023. The market now grows a new trend known as no-code and low-code AI, which embrace easy drag-and-drop interfaces.
This makes it easy for anyone using a computer yet not having the technical background to understand and use these tools. As a result, AI operations and tools will become more functional without developers having to write a single line of code. The trend sees a huge adoption among startups and companies looking for software development and reduced costs.
Curated Interactions like ChatGPT
One of the hottest trends in the tech field is ChatGPT. It was launched only a week ago yet was able to attract attention from different industries and departments, especially marketing. ChatGPT represents the autoregressive language model offering AI-powered ‘human-like capabilities’ to learn and produce texts.
In addition, the deep learning offered by ChatGPT allows it to generate images from text prompts, solve mathematical equations, as well as deliver a variety of writing tasks, from finding interesting video titles to writing poems.
Once Metaverse was launched, marketers knew that it would refresh their strategies and open new opportunities for them. The Metaverse is a virtual simulation of the world where people can interact and communicate through avatars. In the era of Web3, marketers found out that promoting their services and products within the Metaverse could be a particularly profitable idea.
Growth of Green Solutions
People are becoming more aware of the environment and looking for more sustainable solutions in their daily lives. For example, brands and e-commerce organisations offer green delivery while the automotive market moves into the electric vehicle direction.
As a result, we see a huge boom in the EV market and various manufacturers developing their own electric cars together with EV charging apps to easily find charging points nearby.
In addition, countries are improving their car charging stations worldwide, supporting the growth of EV popularity.
Blockchain and Metaverse’s popularity started a new trend known as digital twins. Used in various spaces, this trend refers to virtual representations of real-world entities. Digital twins and tokenisation go hand in hand and reduce the bridge between the real and virtual worlds.