Technology Transformation in 2023- Shape-Shifting Screens, Mixed Realities, AI & More

Mohammed Hilili, General Manager, Lenovo Gulf, shares his insight into what technologies will become mainstream in 2023 and beyond.

Smarter, more incorporated technology is already changing everything from the gadgets in our hands to how we cooperate with colleagues or even purchase groceries. As artificial intelligence and edge computing proliferate, bringing power and productivity to countless sectors and activities, we see tremendous transformation occurring.

But what will 2023 bring? What surprises are ahead for our quickly advancing rapport with technology? Below we listed certain technologies already emerging – but which are ready to transform our world even more in the coming future.

Holographic technology will energize meetings 

In our new hybrid world of work, technology will move up to make meetings where holographic attendees feel almost as true as being there in the flesh.

Technologies that can get teams together, also in case they are serving around many continents, will develop significantly in the hybrid, remote, and increasingly international workplaces of the future.

For presentations, product inaugurations, or meetings with other companies augmented and combined reality would give a new method for companies to make a mark, with life-size holograms’ that can connect with virtual things.

Lenovo’s concept of Cyber Space technology presents how this ‘phygital’ approach could work, with a particular covered glass that is partially transparent and partially reflective, and which permits individuals to physically interact and connect with life-sized things.

Hybrid work will be boosted by shape-changing devices 

Despite multitasking and gadgets created to shoot and edit videos, stream content, play games, and every other action packed into our transportable gadgets. In the future, phones could be very smaller – a change from what we have seen so far with smartphones – but open or grow to become very big when we require to utilize them. Unassuming, known gadgets can turn into efficiency mode with the click of a button.

Motorola’s Rollable Proof of Concept debuted at Lenovo Tech World and is packed and pocketable when abandoned and extends for a big screen when you require it. This year, Lenovo and Motorola unveiled two leading gadgets that illustrate how the gadgets of the future could change whenever the user wants, furnishing the hybrid, the future’s mobile user.

Motorola’s 312 Labs invention group created a concept rollable smartphone which retracts to only 4.5 inches tall – for more pocket-friendly than most premium gadgets. When users require more screen space, the concept gadget extends from a 5-inch display to 6.5-inch, as large as marketing-leading gadgets.

Lenovo’s Rollable PC evidence of concept presents an adaptable motorized display for a bigger screen size while sustaining its lean and soft form.

For mobile employees, Lenovo also demonstrated a proof-of-concept Rollable PC, which rolls out a 15.3-inch screen for counted efficiency. Motors inside the laptop roll out the screen at the touch of a button, so employees can increase their efficiency and adaptability at the click of a button.

The metaverse will transform the path we operate 

The metaverse is going to frame more comparable to facts – but it would not be about cartoon avatars and games. Rather, metaverse technology would be forced by the world of creation, not recreated.

We are potentially at an equivalent phase to the mid-90s world wide web in cases of the development of the metaverse, and huge leaps are only around the corner. Teams would learn to cooperate, share and work in captivating spaces – what we refer to as the Enterprise Metaverse – and that would drive the adoption of the technology. Instead of games like fight simulators, it would be job simulators – high training – that drive the adoption of the metaverse.

The think-reality VRX is a next-level VR headset for immersive training, cooperation, and 3D design. Solutions, like Lenovo’s ThinkReality VRX headset, are coming to market to make capable employees cooperate together in virtual reality and make capable quick, affordable training schedules.

Shops will get smarter 

Artificial intelligence will increase with speed from the world around us – and rev daily actions like shopping. Shortly, AI servers can research many videos feeds from cameras in the aisles of shops to watch for huge quantities of products being eliminated at the moment, and supervise deliveries to the store to make sure that innovatory remains high. It would make shops capable to maintain track of goods more productively, more quickly adapting to supply and demand, enhancing profit margins, and making sure clients get what they spend for.

Multi-access edge computing will power smart cities 

In the future, intelligent cameras would handle traffic in smart cities cutting pollution, road accidents, and congestion – and edge computer servers would make them capable of everything from holographic teaching to augmented reality shopping.

Multi-access edge computing means that approaches are moved ahead within the smart city itself, instead of having to travel to a certain far-away data center, meaning that queries can be answered within milliseconds. In Barcelona, a pilot plan is demonstrating the power of edge computing, with 3,000 Lenovo servers around the city making capable internet-of-things gadgets and cameras to deliver data where it is required.

Hybrid work will enable new technologies 

The manner we act has transformed forever, and in tomorrow’s new hybrid office, the manner corporations utilize technology would alter – with a move towards technologies like smart sensors, and a shift to renting everything from hardware to the office experience itself.

It would cut overheads for new companies, making capable young corporations scale more quickly and adaptable.

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