Special edition: Bits&Chips #8: riding the hype cycle
Date of publication: 13 December 2019
About the Hype Cycle
In its 2019 Hype Cycle, Gartner distinguishes 29 emerging technologies to experiment with over the next year, falling into five major trends. See the infographic on the right. Not surprisingly, artificial intelligence plays an important role, enabling more advanced automated driving, allowing for the autonomous or semi-autonomous examination of data and even providing “superhuman capabilities”. Other trends are digital ecosystems and post-classical computations and communications, including 5G.
In the last edition of this year, Bits&Chips will explore how high tech companies from this region are riding the hype cycle. You have the opportunity to contribute by detailing which technologies you’re going to pursue in 2020 and how.
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Pick 2 out of Gartner’s 29 emerging technologies. For each, describe your vision on how the technology is going to disrupt your business and illustrate this by a concrete project in which you’re planning to practically apply the technology in 2020.
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Pick 3 or 4 out of Gartner’s 29 emerging technologies. For each, describe your vision on how the technology is going to disrupt your business and illustrate this by a concrete project in which you’re planning to practically apply the technology in 2020.
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