LONDON, March 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The Global Future of Work—The Future of Workplace Technology presents a broad survey of the technologies emerging today that will be critical for work in 2025. Topics include connectivity and convergence trends, augmented and virtual reality, artificial intelligence (AI), and automation trends, cognitive computing, the rise of professional service robots, and global cybersecurity trends such as threat-sharing initiatives and the potential shortage of cybersecurity professionals. Snapshots are provided for both developed and developing economies, and sector highlights help visualize how technologies will fit into agricultural, industrial, and service work. The study period is from 2015 to 2025.
The Future of Global Workplace Technology—Key Findings
Enterprise uptake of AR technology, wearables, and prescriptive analytics will expand through 2025, while current trends in enterprise internal social networking and device diversity will continue growing.
The global cybersecurity market for private industry will exceed $ billion by 2020, while the potential global gap for cybersecurity professionals could reach million.
Improvements in AI capabilities will include cognitive computing, deep learning, and natural language processing, enabling machines to train themselves and affective applications that provide better insight into customer experience.
Developed economies have the network infrastructure, policies, and ecosystems in place to fully capitalize on future workplace technology, while higher-than-average operational industrial robot stock growth in some developing regions suggest pockets of technology investment in manufacturing
Professional service robots will have a noticeable impact on tomorrow's workplace, as their range of applications includes military, healthcare, construction, agriculture, and security.
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