In 2016 the Internet of Things and wearable technologies will continue to dominate and it’s likely robotics and artificial intelligence solutions will go mainstream. These are the key predictions in a new report – ‘What’s Hot in 2016 – technology trends’ published today by Advanced 365 (Advanced) in association with Global Futures & Foresight. *|MC:SUBJECT|*
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23rd December, 2015
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In 2016 the Internet of Things and wearable technologies will continue to dominate and it’s likely robotics and artificial intelligence solutions will go mainstream. These are the key predictions in a new report – ‘What’s Hot in 2016 – technology trends’ published today by Advanced 365 (Advanced) in association with Global Futures & Foresight.

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