We have reached the end of 2019 and just like in previous years, I am looking ahead to see what organisations can expect next year. 2019 was the year of truth, with many enterprises developing blockchain proof of concepts, Google confirming a quantum supremacy breakthrough and more data breaches with the latest breach containing 1.2 billion records. Now for the 8th year in a row, I offer you my technology predictions for the next year, which I hope will help you prepare for 2020.
At the start of this century, 2020 still seemed so far away. To me, it felt that in 2020 we would live in a futuristic society, where we would fly from London to Sydney in a few hours, we would have flying cars, and the internet would be a place where people, organisations and machines would interact in a safe, private and secure way.
Unfortunately, none of this came true. Instead, we face numerous significant societal challenges including climate change, nationalism, fake news, an AI and quantum computing arms race, multiple data breaches and severe privacy violations by large centralised organisations. All these challenges give you plenty of reason to be very pessimistic about the future. However, I …
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