Steve Lohr reports in the New York Times:
“A new report from the McKinsey Global Institute, the research arm of the consulting firm … not only selects a dozen ‘disruptive’ technologies from a candidate list of 100, but also measures their economic impact.
“By 2025, the 12 technologies … have the potential to deliver economic value of up to $33 trillion a year worldwide, according to the McKinsey researchers.”
The top six on the list:
- Mobile internet
- Automation of knowledge work
- Internet of Things
- Advanced Robotics
- Autonomous and near-autonomous vehicles
As we have opined before, “All computer science, all the time …”
Read the New York Times article here.