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Where technology means automation

Coming back on the previous posts I made about where technology could improve, I believe it's important to anticipate what will change in our private and professional lives. On your personal level, you can already anticipate that IoT and wearable devices will interact to inform you about any specific status. For example, your health (most obvious business cases for the health care sector) - but also about your stress level, your sleep pattern or your attention during a specific period of the day. But that's not all. You could also imagine how the traffic will be once auto-driving cars will be on the road (and that they can stand like 5 centimeters from each other, reducing car accidents or traffic jams etc.) During those car journeys, you will be able to take care of your emails, your presentation or have a video conference call while you're going from one place to another. On a professional level, I'm convinced that every sector in the post-industrial world