A Glimpse into the Future of Computing

A Glimpse into the Future of Computing

Touch is changing how we interact with computers, and locomotion control can do the same. Now touchscreens have moved the human interaction with computer beyond the monopoly of the mouse-keyboard union for the first time in 30 years. Evolutions in computing are driving the transformation of whole systems of production, management, and governance.

Artificial intelligence and advanced robotics are developing by the companies like Google, IBM, etc. Google has come up with autonomous cars and IBM has evolved IBM-Watson.

The Virtual reality is also a future technology which has come up with Oculus Rift. The intelligent robots and better computer interaction will definitely improve our way of living and make our life affluent.

In 2016, the number of connected devices will touch 10 billion, and this number of mobile devices will exceed the human population in coming year. Devices connected to the Net will range from cell phones, laptops, tablets, and the millions of devices based on the ‘Internet of things’.

A trend in computing have the capacity to make business and essential decisions by calculating patterns, trends and outliers among huge data. Predictive analytics will be a key regulation in our future and its experts will be much find after.

Predictive analytics uses statistical methods to diggings intelligence, information and patterns in structured, unstructured and streams of data. Predictive analytics will be applied across many domains, including banking, insurance, retail, telecom and energy etc.
Why should the world care about the future of computing?

Today computers are everything for us. We still have an image of computers as being rectangular objects either on a desk or these days it is in our pockets. Increasingly computers are no longer objects at all, but computers are spread all over and virtually other material. Because of that, we actually do need to care about what the future of computing grasp because it is obviously going to impact our day to day lives.