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Emerging Technologies


Emerging technologies are those that are currently in development and are just starting to make an impact on business and general society.





Examples of some Technologies

4 Main emerging technologies

Emerging Technologies at Home

Artifical Intelligence



Is opening up new and exciting video gaming opportunities. As well as virutal meetings, and a virtual office.

Virtual Reality

Domestic robots can carry out household chores or home security. Social robots provide companionship.

Let us log securely into our tabletsand smartphones through our thumbprint and or face ID.

Artificial intelligence in automated vacuum cleanersgives us more leisure time. Alexa, to control lights alarms , music and organise calenders.Self-driving cars could soon make the roads safer.

Emerging Technologies at Work

Artificial intelligence used in business forecasts is helping indecision making. AI-driven chatbots and virtual assistants handle customer inquiries, providing instant responses and support.AI assists in medical image analysis, diagnostics, and patient care, aiding healthcare professionals in interpreting medical images, predicting diseases and detecting cancers.

Artifical Intelligence



Virtual reality is allowing businesses to test products under development in a virtual environment. Military se case , submarines testing.

Virtual Reality

Robots are performing dangerous jobs without risk to life. They can then carry out routine production line tasks, as well as delicate surgical procedures. Asteroid mining, working Fukushima nuclear pwoer plant.

Biometrics are increasing security at airports through facial recognition at passport checks.

There are new ways of gathering data resulting in the emergence of ‘big data’ which means we need new ways of analysing it and selling it.

Society and applications demand data all the time. Location, cloud and anti-theft technologies need connectivity and data around the clock.

Implications of EMerging TEch

The Internet of Things (IoT) allows your car to know where you are going and how to get there, and your fridge to pre-order your supplies, but all this needs data. Increasingly, advanced data-hungry technologies are placing a strain on the existing infrastructure.

328.77 million Terabytes

of Data Is Generated Every Day

24/7 Data Connectivity

USD 745.15 billion by 2030

+ Data QUantity

+ Connectivity

+ Big Data

Artificial Intelligence (AI) stands as one of the most rapidly advancing and transformative technologies in today's world. It encompasses machines that are programmed to mimic cognitive functions such as learning, problem-solving, and decision-making. As an emerging technology, AI holds the potential to revolutionize various industries, ranging from healthcare and finance to transportation and entertainment.

Artifical Intelligence

Biometrics refers to the use of unique physical or behavioral characteristics to authenticate and identify individuals. This technology utilizes distinctive traits such as fingerprints, facial features, iris or retina patterns, voice, and even gait for identity verification.


It involves the design, creation, and utilization of robots to perform various tasks, ranging from automated manufacturing processes to intricate surgical procedures and even exploring hazardous environments.

VR (Virtual Reality )

VR technology has made significant strides in recent years, finding applications across diverse fields such as gaming, entertainment, education, healthcare, and even business. By providing an immersive and realistic experience