The software and innovations that will run our lives until 2030 are intelligent, helpful and disturbing

Smart devices and smartphones will protect us and our possessions, take care of our wellbeing and even demonstrate what they do. Artificial intelligence and smart computers will have a significant effect on our everyday lives by the end of the decade, according to the Erickson Consumer Dynamics survey.

According to a study by the Erickson group, artificial intelligence and smart machines power the ten consumer patterns that will shape our lives by 2030. One can get the idea by reading the opening text of the study that our lives will consist of pure pleasure that will be impacted by the capacity of the smart devices surrounding us to know exactly what we need every minute. They’re not only going to make us coffee, they’re going to balance it with the consistency of our nighttime sleep.

This is the tenth year of one of the market’s most intriguing studies. The insights are based on surveys conducted last October by early technology initiatives residing in 15 metropolitan areas around the world, from San Francisco and New York to Bangkok and Tokyo. According to Alon Berman, Ericsson Israel CEO, “any idea in the report can be seen as an opportunity for a new field of business for fifth-generation communications service providers.”

“External skeleton” sounds like a science fiction direct user. Yet Barickson states that, since the 19th century, mankind has been using motion-enhancing aids. It is likely that exterior skeletons will now become part of daily life with the introduction of low-cost artificial intelligence technologies, modern and lighter batteries and low latency fifth-generation networks. Six out of ten survey respondents agree that outerwear can help individuals get jobs done by 2030 and boost their strength.

76% agree that intellectual posture service suits have helped to preserve everyday life. Half of them want to use one for themselves.

Guardian Angels: Object and Digital Security Discovery
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Imagine that any item has a skill comparable to the app “Find My Phone” 75 percent expect that by the end of the decade, sites linked to the network will be open.

But for us, it is not only artifacts that are relevant, but also data that is only supposed to continue to expand. Three out of four respondents agree that “privacy guards” would help us secure records, decrease our “digital footprint” and also confuse surveillance cameras and block privacy from digital interference…

Community Bot: From Civil Guard to Gardening

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Shared technology can improve community life. For example, a bot that will warn of trespassers in the neighborhood. Nearly 80% believe that electronic “watchdogs” can communicate with each other to warn of a suspicious person roaming the area.

But this is not such a bad neighborhood, 74% contract that automatic gardening machines like lawn mowers will cooperate autonomously and take care of the cleanliness of public areas.

Or, for example, a value-based barter trade calculated by artificial intelligence: about 70% believe that by 2030 the technology front will enable sustainable life and community cohesion.

Environmental bot: Protect against the climate crisis

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Technology may help deal with the growing impact of the climate crisis. 80% expect smart devices to share information and alerts about unusual weather. Half of the respondents would like a smart water purifier that knows how to adapt to changing infections.

The devices will not only warn but also help, for example by sharing energy between them and charging only not during rush hours to save electricity. Another way would be to generate electricity in homes, from the sun or by batteries that will charge themselves from debris, traffic or rain. 6 out of 10 respondents said they would like to use independent rechargeable batteries at home right now.

My home is office: Assistance with work from home

As we have seen in the Corona period, working from home creates new situations and challenges, and technology will be required to meet them. For example, smart speakers that create noise-canceling walls around the home office.

In general, it seems that the home office is going to take up much more space in our lives in the future against the background of the changes created during the plague period. As part of our smart conduct, we can, for example, know exactly how much our work at home involves.

But 75% of white-collar workers believe that at the same time they will follow us to know how effective we are at work.

Explaining bots: Peek into the black box

Understanding the logic of machines is a difficult to impossible task. And that needs to change. Does our smartphone collect data about us? We want to understand how he does it. About half of the respondents who already talk to their devices, or to their voice aids, estimate that by the end of the decade, artificial intelligence devices will be required by law to explain their actions. Eighteen think there will be automated financial systems that explain how your investments are managed.

Connectivity Assistants: Keep us connected

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The past year has made clear how important network connectivity is as a social infrastructure. Unfortunately, the difficulties seem to persist, whether a lack of cellular connectivity, or a lack of WiFi coverage. But there will be smart signal recognition devices that will locate the places with the best accessibility to infrastructure even in crowded and crowded areas and direct us there. 83% believe that such a service will be available by the end of the decade. Regardless 80% contracts a network-based smart acceleration service that will improve device performance.Do you feel Chinese?The practical guide to our pocketThe articles that can save you moneyTo read

Evil bot: an automated crime in a virtual world

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Remember the movie I’m a Robot? Well the bots will be used by humans for everyday matters, including crime. Get ready for a bot that sells drugs or steals wallets. In other words, criminals will be smarter and take advantage of technology to their advantage as it has been for generations.

93% believe that by the end of the decade there will be digital products with potential or even intent to cause harm. The obvious conclusion: artificial intelligence will be required for rigid and up-to-date rules of ethics.

Content Makers: New games respectively

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Bots are already dynamically translating sites between languages, and collecting and editing news. By 2030, will content creators continue to be human? Or will connected smart machines play a much bigger role in creating the game we play, based on their familiarity with us?

Barickson claims that analysis among technology experts shows that there is competition between humans and computers for content creation. 47% of respondents would prefer that artificial intelligence formulate the music playlist.

Yes Boss: Know more and help us decide

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Devices are accumulating more and more information, and may even know us better than ourselves. 70% expect artificial intelligence on social networks to create a circle of friends that will bring optimal health and mental state.

But we are not sure we will love all the advice. 74% believe that wearable devices will tell if we drank too much alcohol and may even block car starting or access to funds. 30% believe that by 2030 shutting down the personal assistant will be a step of demonstrating independence, like not listening to parents