These are big questions we all want to ask and find answers to questions like Which industry is going to be the next big thing?, Where will the jobs of the future be?, what can I do right now to succeed tomorrow?, What is the future of tech, Investing in the next decades and so much more.
Below is a list of industries to watch out for in the next few years.
A.I Artificial Intelligence.
Gaming, power, Internet, Gambling, Medics these are all part of our lives even if not all medics is definitely a part the evolution of AI has changed the way things are done in various industries in fact it has made a lot of people loose their jobs because of the automation it brings and also efficiency in solving problems.
Despite attrition being a real issue for the industry, the wearables market is experiencing exponential growth. Estimated to be worth $14 billion at present, the wearables industry is expected to grow to a staggering $34 billion by 2020.
From a healing bracelet that sends thermoelectric pulses to reduce joint pain to biometric garments that measure your body’s vitals – the future of wearable technologies won’t just see a greater range of products on the market, but they’ll also work better, look cooler and offer more benefits.
Imagine walking into a grocery store where there are no cashiers, no queues and no fumbling for your credit card.
You just grab what you need and walk out.
Well you might ne asking what exactly is crypto-currency well cryptocurrencies are let me say the digital form of money held in digital wallets.
Internet Of Things (IOT).
This list would be incomplete if I didn’t mention this because you won’t believe that as you’re reading this, there are 8.4 billion devices connected to the internet. That’s right, last year the world’s connected devices managed to outpace the world’s population.
You can see there more than enough opportunities for everyone.
This is also a very big one as Robots are already manufacturing shoes for us, greeting patients at our hospitals, and even making pizzas for us and even delivering.
The first 3D-printed house was ‘built’ in China in a mere 45 days, an Aussie girl with ear deformities was the first to be fitted with 3D printed ears, and the world’s first 3D-printed (and fully recyclable) car hit the US market.
It’s not hard to see how 3D printing could reshape and disrupt everything from the construction and automotive industry right through to the fields of healthcare and medical research.