Saturday, May 25

Top Technology Trends to Look Forward to in 2023


Technology has developed in leaps and bounds since the beginning of 2020. With technology being our only way to communicate, brands had to step up to improve digital communication and boy did they step up their game. In fact, the global information technology market grew from $8,384.32 billion in 2021 to $9,358.51 billion in 2022 and is expected to reach $13,818.98 billion by 2026.

Hyper-personalisation was a big focus in 2022, across all technology platforms and appliances, from TVs and smart phones to fridges and sound systems. This personalisation was made possible through AI-driven applications for a better consumer experience. When it comes to TVs, AI continues to bring excitement with TVs getting smarter and working more efficiently with heightened viewing experiences. Even better news; “AI is only getting more advanced, plus there are number of other technological advancements we can look forward to come the new year,” says Jaco Joubert, Skyworth Brand Manager.

This year, there’s plenty of exciting developments happening on the technology front, so here are the top technology trends to look forward to in 2023.

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Advanced Artificial Intelligence

AI’s present-day tasks of enabling computers, TVs and other gadgets, to read, see, listen, speak, and even record, will help AI become a technology that no longer needs human intervention to aid its learning. It has significantly helped improve our lives, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon. In 2023, it is predicted that new tools and powers of AI will emerge.

When it comes to entertainment, smart TVs will continue to advance with new features designed to make viewing content easier and more seamless than ever before.

On the online shopping front, contactless, autonomous shopping and delivery will also be a huge trend for 2023. AI will make it easier for consumers to pay for and receive goods and services. AI will also be the engine behind the newest autonomous delivery initiatives that retailers are piloting and rolling out.

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Smart glasses

While the invention has already happened, and there are a few pieces that you can find around the world, the technology is now accelerating. These new smart glasses will have everything from speakers to microphones to screens. All you need to do is connect them to your smartphone via Bluetooth and use them to answer calls, listen to music, etc. Plus, they come with built-in cameras allowing you to capture pictures and record videos as you’re seeing them.

IoT (Internet of Things), the ultimate digital world

In 2023, the ultimate digital world is the most important technology you need to be prepared for. You will be able to create anything in the physical world through the digital metaverse and influence your real-life experiences. The Internet of Things is referred to as a technology where it’s all connected – you can connect every technology together and control them with just one remote.

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More sustainable technology

We’ll also see a push toward more sustainable technology in 2023. People will be thinking more about where rare earth components for things like computer chips originate and how we’re consuming them. In 2023, we’ll see a continued push toward making supply chains more transparent, as consumers demand that the products and services they invest in are energy efficient and backed by more sustainable technology.


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