The COVID-19 has created a need, which has resulted in the creation of innovative solutions to issues. So it’s amazing to see how individuals work 24 hours a day, seven days a week from their own homes, using their computers.
Even after Post-COVID, a few of the technology trends will continue to make people’s life easier:
- Contactless Technology: Touchless payments and contactless delivery of repasts, as well as biometric check-in for travel and accommodation. People nowadays want touchless or self-checkout features when shopping.
In an increasingly globalised world, contactless technology places a high premium on security, with face recognition security systems becoming more prominent.
- Telehealth: The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the enormous potential and practical utility of telehealth technology in preventing the spread of viruses by detecting, testing, and treating them.
The COVID-19 pandemic demonstrated the enormous potential and practical utility of telehealth technology in preventing the spread of viruses by detecting, testing, and treating them. All this is possible with the advancement of AI analysis and insight models.
- Online learning: At the height of the COVID epidemic, nearly 1.6 billion children were sent home from school in 195 nations across the world.
People are supportive of online learning, which is one of the fastest-growing modalities of education. It has become one of the most popular forms of education, and having an online class rather than an offline session is now fairly simple and convenient.
- Digital Workplace: Everyone now works full-time from home. Collaboration software exploded as we struggled to discover the best methods to work remotely. The worldwide video conferencing industry is expected to reach USD7.87 billion in 2020, more than doubling from the previous year.
Employees have reacted positively to the convenience of ‘WFH living,’ but businesses have seen the benefits as well, such as cheaper office leasing and upkeep expenses.
With IoT, VR, and AI, the future will create digital workspaces where we can wave to a colleague across the room, pass over an essential document, and even enjoy coffee and cake without ever leaving the house – or even a beloved vacation spot.
- AI-generated content: The term “AI-generated content” simply refers to content created by artificial intelligence. The majority of AI systems are capable of doing tasks that would normally involve human thinking, intellect, learning, or decision-making.
In terms of content marketing, AI is capable of “natural language generation (NLG),” which allows it to create a written story. It can now generate business reports, forecast customer behaviour, plan content, and provide tailored product suggestions thanks to these capabilities.
Following COVID, it’s widely accepted that the future of work is uncertain, and that “business as usual” will never be the same.