2021 technology trend review, part two: AI, knowledge graphs, and the COVID-19 effect

2021 technology trend review, part two: AI, knowledge graphs, and the COVID-19 effect

AI chips, MLOps, and ethics. Knowledge, and Graphs. COVID-19 as a mixed bag for technological progress and adoption

Last year, we identified blockchain, cloud, open-source, artificial intelligence, and knowledge graphs as the five key technological drivers for the 2020s. Although we did not anticipate the kind of year that 2020 would turn out to be, it looks like our predictions may not have been entirely off track.

Also: 2021 technology trend review, part one: Blockchain, cloud, open source

Let’s pick up from where we left off, retracing developments in key technologies for the 2020s: Artificial intelligence and knowledge graphs, plus an honorable mention to COVID-19-related technological developments.

In our opener for the 2020s, we laid the groundwork to evaluate the array of technologies under the umbrella term “artificial intelligence.” Now we’ll use it to refer to some key developments in this area, starting with hardware.

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