Technology is changing our world in an ever-increasing speed. From smartphones to robots, we’re constantly connected and connected at all times. Communication is no longer face-toface or handwritten instead, it is instant and immediate through a variety of channels, including voice assistants, text messages, and video calls.

New technology has transformed our lives in amazing ways, improving the quality of life from generation to generation. But it’s not without its risks, especially when it is related to jobs. Many are concerned that the new technology could replace human jobs, and this may happen to some extent. But we know from history that the elimination of some jobs is offset by the creation of better jobs.

We are already seeing this in the workplace thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence and natural language processing and robotics. We are also experiencing the impact of drones as well as 5G networks, blockchains, and quantum computing.

These technologies will revolutionize the business process, bringing higher levels of automation connectivity, connectivity, and security. Blockchains, for instance are changing supply chains by making them more secure and delivering indelible transaction records. 5G will allow businesses to process data closer where it came from (ultra low latency) and to gain data sovereignty, and improve security by reducing data transfer costs.

Meanwhile, augmented reality and virtual reality are changing how we interact with digital technology and information, creating immersive experiences that feel and look just like real life. We’re also seeing significant advances in areas like gene editing, which will reduce the prevalence of genetic disorders ranging from hereditary diseases such as cystic fibrosis and muscular dystrophy and could even extend our lives.