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Top ten technology predictions for 2024

Now that the dust has settled on the technology predictions from leading brands, media and commentators, we’ve analysed the top 10 themes that have been reported globally which will define the technology media landscape in the next year.

From those featured in WIRED to ComputerWeekly.comGartner to Omdia and the Financial Times to the BBC, the themes represent the views of some of the most influential channels across the globe.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, many predictions are based on AI and its impact across businesses, the wider economy and society. From skills to start-ups, regulation to reality, predictions generally focused on the practical impact it will have this year following last year’s meteoric rise in hype and use. Our top 10 also includes Quantum and cybersecurity growth, a relook at sustainability and cleantech and more mainstream media areas such as VR.

Will these come true? Well, we don’t have a crystal ball, but given the collective perspectives, these could be seen as a definitive view on what might just happen this year. And from a comms and media perspective, these provide a benchmark of issues to track, to use as basis for developing supporting and contrarian commentary, and to inform and support planning.

To download the report and read Kaizo’s recommendations for this year, please click here.

 

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