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GP Bullhound: Here are the technical trends for 2022 |  Realtid.se

GP Bullhound: Here are the technical trends for 2022 | Realtid.se

Among other things, GP predicts that bullhound metawares, software for the distribution chain, and the creative economy will drive technological trends in 2022. The summary can be found in the report “2022 Technology Predictions Report”.

The report also highlights how the Govit-19 epidemic continues to affect these technological trends, resulting in increased growth in machine learning, payment solutions, telemedicine and wearable technology, writes GP Bullhound.

Ten trends:

1. The creative economy
2. Origin of Decentralized Fund (DeFi)
Filtered supply chains
4. ARM based processors
5. New Virtual Storage Location (Metaverse)
The use of wearable items increased
7. Global semiconductor shortage
8. Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL)
9. Technology that drives diversity, justice and content
10. AI-automatic hygiene

Examples of jobs known as influencers, streamers and podcasts kreatörsekonomin.

DEFI It is a synonym for new financial services such as savings, loans, mortgages and insurance that use open and free systems. It is not its own technology, but uses current technologies such as blockchains and smart contracts. The biggest player today is Ethereum.

Then payment has become an increasingly common option among e-retailers – and many consumers are happy to use the service, Buy-Now-Pay-After. Interest-free payments can be deferred for a few months or months. The fact that large parts of the world were at home during epidemics further pushed this trend.

Companies like Paypal, Clearpay and Swedish Klarna, the world’s largest fintech companies, have grown rapidly in recent years. PNPLPayments.

According to The Woolworth Review in the UK last December, 11 per cent of respondents said they had used the BNPL service since the outbreak – equivalent to 2.7 billion in transactions. It is only in the UK.

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Mobiles and tablets are commonly used ARM processors (Advanced RISC engine) These are highly energy efficient and offer good battery life. iOS and Android are examples of operating systems developed for the ARM architecture, although it also comes with the Android X86 version.

ARM can also be used on traditional computers. The desktop version of Windows previously only ran on X86 processors, but in the spring of 2017, Microsoft introduced a big news. Using the built-in prototype of the operating system, the desktop version of Windows can now run ARM processors as well. It opens up to cheaper, more compact and more energy-efficient computers.

ARM is available in 32- and 64-bit versions, similar to the X86. The latest 32-bit version of ARM is called ARM v7 and the newer 64-bit version is called ARM v8. See the mobile section for more information on this.

Metawares Or what you call metaversion in Swedish is a concept of virtual reality where users can interact with each other in 3D by integrating with the virtual environment. The word metaversum comes from two words that mean “beyond the meta” and “the universe”, so you can translate it directly to “beyond the universe”. Today, this concept is often used in games such as Fortnite and World of Warcraft.

It is hoped that in the future, Metaverse will become an open form that anyone who wants to can create, just as the Internet works today. So far, it is not really clear how this growth will go, but Facebook is one of the companies they want to pave the way for.

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