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175: 2024 Tech Predictions

In this episode, we’re casting our digital divinations to uncover how technology will evolve in 2024. We’ll navigate the shifting sands of web browser dominance, discuss Samsung’s latest AI integrations for smart homes, examine the implications of Google Bard in our everyday lives, and consider the role of mixed reality headsets in the modern workplace and more.

As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.

Episode 175. Recorded Friday 5 January 2024.

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Geoff’s predictions:

  • Arc Browser to be the no. 6 browser on desktop globally (no. 5 at a stretch) | Check statcounter.com in late 2024
  • Bard powered by Gemini will replace Google Search as the default, or be offered as an option to be default.
  • Real time rendering of full 3D environments will be achievable. Measurable: The Las Vegas ‘Sphere’ will utilise this technology some time in 2024 | Reddit post quoting Midjourney CEO

Kelvin’s predictions:

  • Samsung’s strong AI play in 2024.
  • Meta Quest 3 or other mixed reality headsets will be prevalent in the workplace.
  • YouTube to be less dominant and a legitimate competitor in the user-generated video space will emerge.
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