What would life be without technology? Most of us rely on technology in our day-to-day lives to the point that it’s hard to imagine life without smartphones or the internet. The way we live, work, and learn has changed drastically in the last decades. Talking with each other across distances or performing robot-assisted surgeries is no longer a fantasy.
In the same way that technology continues to change the way we live, it will continue to play a huge role in the way we conduct business and do our jobs no matter what industry we belong in.
1. The Use of AI or Machine Learning
Facial expressions, tone of voice, body language, and eye movement can be recorded and later interpreted to give insights into a stakeholder’s emotional state. Apps such as Winning Minds (although a bit controversial) is said to be capable of analysing your team’s interactions and providing recommendations.
2. VR and AR
VR/AR has gotten to a point where it can now be used for different scenarios. VR can help a manager or a training coach prepare for a talk or a coaching session by recreating an audience. The use of AR, on the other hand, can make an actual training session more fun and engaging for any team.
3. Wearable Tech
In the future, experts are predicting that wearable tech may be utilised in all sorts of ways. From monitoring someone’s stress-level to providing a more convenient way of accessing data, there are endless possibilities.
4. Voice Assistants
You now have access to your own personal assistant through your phone, smartwatch, and other smart devices. There are countless apps that now make use of voice assistants to ease processes. For example, a booking platform can develop their own “skill” for Alexa to make it easier for their customers to book their service by simply talking to Alexa.
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Bachelor of Applied Finance and Bachelor of Laws, Sydney, Australia.
David has been in real estate business since 2002 and has a passion for South East Asian cross border cooperation.
As an entrepreneur, David has won multiple tech industry awards, including 2019 for Best AI Startup GITEX awards, 2019 Best AI Technology Accathon Capital USA and recipient of the Wharton Innovation Fund Grant. His last startup, Woveon, was a New York VC backed AI enterprise business intelligence company that worked on customer data stitching and analytics of billions of conversations.
David is also the recipient of state and national Australia technology prizes including the PWC Innovation Award and Intel Enterprise Technology awards.