Whenever you talk about the future of technology, artificial intelligence (AI) is always high on the agenda. A lot of advances have been made in the field of AI in the last year.
Will the web weave its way into even more areas of our life?
Here’s my list of the main players that I think will reshape the tech landscape in 2019!
As they explain in this post, they intend to release three minor updates and one major update every 6 months, which means that we’re sure to see a lot more changes in this widely popular framework.
Package managers are incredibly popular tools, especially in the frontend Java Script communities.
(All the while contributing to the machine’s learning.) Another topic that always seems to surface when discussing the future of technology is virtual reality or VR.
This trend has already started to sweep the gaming industry.The most popular Java Script package managers are NPM and Bower.However, a new package manager has been developed by Facebook, in collaboration with Exponent, Google and Tilde. Yarn aims to address issues Facebook have experienced with NPM, particularly in areas such as performance, security, and consistency.As standards develop, we expect more and more applications to be developed using VR technologies.In the coming year, we’ll see virtual reality in various applications, ranging from news coverage, to virtual real estate tours.They make it easier for developers to install, update, configure and uninstall code modules within their applications.They do so by communicating with a registry of code modules and manage the various dependencies code modules usually have.Companies such as Xively and Bug Labs have already started working on APIs that can be used by developers to communicate with Io T devices.Though Io T brings a lot of opportunity for innovation, some concerns have been raised, especially around security.Some of the biggest tech companies, such as Google, Microsoft and Facebook, have been releasing their AI technology to be used by the public.Artificial intelligence is already used by large applications, either to improve search engines, like in Google’s case, or in Wikipedia’s case to identify inaccurate or damaged articles.