Let’s look at new technology from Microsoft. While cybersecurity will always be critical, leaders also should focus on business resilience and risks and disruptions inherent to having a combined business-technology strategy—risks whose reach extends beyond traditional IT environments into factories and other workspaces, products, and even customer locations.
The growth of cloud-based infrastructure is causing a great demand for managing unstructured data, and moreover, the lack of technical expertise and threat to data security, are the key factors hindering the substantial growth of software-defined security market this year.
Artificial intelligence: The publication of Nick Bostrom’s book Superintelligence: Paths, Dangers, Strategies in 2014 helped to shift the global view of artificial intelligence and our control over it. The book presents the most rigorous analysis to date of the future trajectories of artificial intelligence, while examining the potential socio-economic impacts and risks associated with the technology.
As far as the observations of human civilizations in the present period and the dummying down of the population base; well now that they cannot function without all these modern technologies, they very much need it and cannot feel fulfilled without out it. Myself, well I could go without many of the modern amenities.
We take a long-term vision of the future, looking ahead to thirty, forty or fifty years from now, and combine detailed study of specific technologies, such as machine superintelligence, with broader analysis of others, including human enhancement, synthetic biology and biosecurity, and surveillance technology.