trend Report Q3 2017 Best and Worst Technology Trends (WEBINAR)

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Trend Report: Q3 2017 Best and Worst Technology Trends (WEBINAR)

We surveyed our readers on their best and worst tech trends. Here are some of the highlights from our Q3 survey.

This year has been a big one for tech. The popularity of AI has risen to new heights, and one of the top-trending topics in tech is also one of the most controversial: cryptocurrencies. Many are skeptical about the value of investing in crypto, but others see it as the wave of the future. But no matter how you feel about crypto, one thing’s for sure: there are plenty of opportunities to cash in on cryptocurrency this year.

The biggest trend in tech right now is AI, but not everyone is happy about it. Some argue that AI will take away jobs from humans, while others argue that it will create more jobs than it eliminates. In fact, a recent report from Gartner found that 72% of organizations surveyed are using AI or planning to use it by 2020.

Another trend we’re seeing is virtual reality (VR). VR has become increasingly popular over the past year, with more companies adopting VR into their businesses. And while VR may seem like a fad at first glance

Trend Report: Q3 2017 Best and Worst Technology Trends (WEBINAR)

It’s that time of year again, when the analysts at Greenlight Insights have a look back at the third quarter of 2017, and pick out the good, the bad, and the ugly in the immersive tech industry.

In this webinar, we’ll explore:

The winners, losers, and surprises from Oculus Connect 4

The best in 360-degree content for VR games and nonfiction documentaries

The rise of AI in AR/VR applications

The one-two punch of uninspiring iPhone X rumors followed by an uninspiring announcement

The global technology landscape is constantly changing. In our Trend Report: Q3 2017 Best and Worst Technology Trends, we identify some of the best trends that have emerged in recent months as well as some of the worst that have been exposed. Our goal is to help clients make informed decisions about technology and media investments.

In this report, we focus on artificial intelligence (AI), cyber security, data privacy, digital advertising, e-commerce, enterprise technology, gaming and eSports, social media platforms, smartphones and communications services. We also look at how technological developments are influencing business models across a range of industries including banking and financial services, healthcare, insurance and retail. In the case of our “worst” trends we consider those that are most likely to negatively impact the industry or consumers in the coming months.

Our latest trends report, Q3 2017 Best and Worst Technology Trends, is a must read for every CEO and CIO. We’ll review the five best technology trends — those that are having a positive impact on business — as well as the two worst — those that are having a negative impact on business.

Here’s what we’ll cover:

The top five best technology trends

The Best Tech Trends in App Design

The Best Tech Trends in Mobile Website Design

The Best Tech Trends in User Experience Design

The Best Tech Trends in Video Production

The Best Tech Trends in Web Development

The Best Tech Trends in User Experience Design

The Best Tech Trends in User Experience Design

The Best Tech Trends in User Experience Design

The Worst Technology Trends: A List of Things to Avoid

The Best & Worst Technology Trends of 2017

The Gartner Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2017 focuses on three emerging technology mega-trends: Artificial intelligence(AI) everywhere, transparently immersive experiences and digital platforms. The report also includes five additional trends that are important to the future of business.

Artificial Intelligence(AI) Everywhere. AI will be a positive job motivator, eliminating the drudgery of many routine tasks. Augmented analytics is an example that applies machine learning to add value to traditional data and analytics, and it will be a top trend through 2020.

Digital Platforms. Digital platforms are emerging as a new business model where both producers and consumers collaborate, learn and innovate together. They are being used by large companies to expand into new markets, create new services and disrupt existing ones, such as Airbnb disrupting the hospitality industry.

Transparently Immersive Experiences. Transparently immersive experiences combine augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and mixed reality (MR) with technologies such as object recognition, computer vision and machine learning to blur the lines between the physical world and digital content.

Blockchain. Blockchain is a distributed ledger for managing transactions across a business network in an efficient way without a central authority or clearing

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