What does the future hold for us? Or more precisely, how will the future unfold? One thing that we know unanimously is that the digital revolution is here. This revolution is cascading across every industry and organization, resulting in wide-scale enterprise disruption with redefined customer expectations.
The ability to rapidly rotate to the new has been critical for companies striving to become digital leaders, as well as for the employees who are shifting beyond the digital culture shock. This is an era of an exciting unprecedented time in technology, keeping in mind the pace of change and innovation continuing to accelerate.
Technology has always and will continue to transform the way we have been working and living. We are faced with questions about both opportunities and challenges. We need to shape technology so that it adapts to us and elevates our ability to create a future that fits our needs.
The key point that you should note here in this rapidly shifting world is that it is no longer the people who are adapting to technology, rather the technology is adapting to us. Come to think of it, every time an experience is personalized or the technology anticipates the needs and wants of people, we get placed in the driver’s seat to make them come to life.
The age that we are in is the age of human empowerment. It is all about designing technology that conforms itself to people, putting humans firmly in control of their own fate.
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AI Is the New MI
Artificial Intelligence is already playing a variety of roles across the user experience. When you put it under the microscope, it curates content for people, bringing to them a personalized experience. It is aimed at mass interface — MI.
Considering a more significant role, it applies machine learning to navigate actions toward the best outcome. There are farmers who are improving their yields by implementing AI-enabled crop management systems.
And when you take at the level of uber-sophistication, AI is the one that orchestrates. Artificial intelligence collaborates across experiences and channels, running the show from behind the curtains in order to accomplish tasks.
We live along a new dimension or a world of immersive experiences. These experiences are changing the path people connect with information, experiences, and each other. With virtual and augmented reality, this new reality, extended reality, is the first technology to “relocate” people in time and space — erasing the distances.
There are real estate companies who are embracing technologies and adopting virtual reality (VR) to sell homes. The real-world listings of the house can be ‘toured’ without ever setting foot on the property.
There are startups that allow sellers to stage homes virtually and let buyers create their own designs using furniture and décor from online retailers like Wayfair and IKEA, where they can offer immediate purchases.
For those properties under development, there are VR startups who let builders show and sell “pre-construction” projects, calling potential buyers in order to experience the completed space from anywhere. It doesn’t matter if it is an empty lot. Traditional styles will soon become a relic once these modern techniques take off with more and more property agents relying on their project’s back and frontend development services.
Meeting Consumer Demands at the Speed of Light
The entire world is connected today. Be it companies, workforces, consumers, and industries, all of them are now indistinguishably connected. Just being digital is no longer enough for a business to stand out. However, it can definitely give a foothold to organizations for their next big opportunity of capturing moments.
Companies have direct digital access to customers and significantly powerful analytics. They can understand their current and potential markets better than ever before. There is sophisticated backend technology that can reorient the business quickly and can deliver those markets faster than ever before.
Join these capabilities together and each moment becomes a chance to deliver a new product or service designed for customers’ needs at a specific point in time and not just a specific customer.
There are key intelligent offerings ready to graduate from early growth to explosive use and businesses should redesign their infrastructures to one that supports real-time action in dynamic environments.