Tech Trends for 2020

As the dawn on a new decade approaches you can bet that there is going to be plenty of new tech to keep us enthralled. Every year we encounter massive technological advances ad things get bigger, better and more efficient all the time. These trends are the ones to watching 2020, as they look set to experience major growth:


A rather broad term that can encompass everything from updated robotics, cloud computing, and big data, automation really does seem to be the way forward. The automation process is being used in huge number of sectors and it is also a massive cost cutting option for those who are in manufacturing. It reduces human down time and increases profit potential, ad it is set to make our lives easier in so many ways.


AI comes in under automation to a degree, but it is really set to come in to its own in 2020. AI will be utilised across the board, in games, industrial processes and in manufacturing, in travel and even the world of Blackjack online will benefit from it. AI is able to execute complex tasks incredibly quickly and facial recognition and other associated tech are set to be a real game changer. Already we are seeing the benefits of AI, and they are only going to get better.


You’ve heard of 3G and 4G, but 5G is its bigger brother. Set to be a major driving force in wireless technology growth, 5G will change the way telecommunication services work and improve Internet access and speed for many. Increased access and speeds lead to increased productivity, so it is a win-win situation. 5G will also be used in smart cities to allow for easy implementation of driverless cars and other similar services.

Voice Recognition systems

Alexa, Siri and Google are all already using voice technology, but now we are going to see a real explosion in the use of it. An increasing number of gadgets will be voice operated, and even SEO stats influenced by whether or not a website utilises vice recognition. Voice commands are set to become an even more integral part of our every day lives and Neuro-linguistic programming is also coming to the fore. In the next few years it’s not unfeasible to think that we will talk to appliances, our computers and our cars simply to complete basic tasks.


Blockchain burst onto the tech scene in the wake of Bitcoin, but now people are seeing its true potential and it is permeating all kinds of sectors, from banking to medical. In the next year or so it may well form the framework for many different building blocks of our digital lives and it offers excellent security for all data transfer processes. Amazingly, Blockchain has actually been around since the 1980’s in its conceptual form, but it is only now really making waves and changing the way we deal with information on a small and large scale online.