Technology is evolving at a quick speed today, allowing for faster change and advancement, resulting in an acceleration of the rate of change. However, it is not only technology trends and emerging technologies that are evolving; much more has changed this year as a result of the outbreak of COVID-19, making IT workers recognize that their role in the contactless world will not remain the same tomorrow. And, in 2021-22, an IT professional will be constantly learning, unlearning, and relearning (out of necessity if not desire).
What does this have to do with you? It entails being up to date on developing technologies and the most recent technological advancements. It also entails keeping an eye on the future to determine which talents you’ll need to master in order to acquire a secure work tomorrow, as well as learning how to get there. Because of the worldwide epidemic, the majority of the global IT population is sitting back and working from home. And, if you want to make the most of your time at home, here are the top 9 developing technology trends you should look out for and try in 2022, in order to maybe land one of the jobs established by these new technology trends, which include:
1. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning
Artificial intelligence, or AI, has garnered a lot of attention over the last decade, but it remains one of the new technological trends since its significant effects on how we live, work, and play are still in their early stages. AI is already well-known for its supremacy in image and speech recognition, navigation apps, smartphone personal assistants, ride-sharing apps, and a variety of other applications.
Aside from that, AI will be used to analyze interactions to determine underlying connections and insights, to help predict demand for services such as hospitals, allowing authorities to make better resource utilization decisions, and to detect changing patterns of customer behavior by analyzing data in near real-time, driving revenues and enhancing personalized experiences.
By 2025, the AI market will be worth $190 billion, with global spending on cognitive and AI systems exceeding $57 billion in 2022. As AI spreads throughout industries, new employment will be created in areas such as development, programming, testing, support, and maintenance, to mention a few. AI, on the other hand, pays some of the highest incomes today, ranging from more than $1,25,000 per year (machine learning engineer) to $145,000 per year (AI architect), making it the top new technological trend to keep an eye on!