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Hello I’m Tudor Aw and I am the partner responsible for the tech sector.
I often get asked by clients, colleagues and indeed journalists what do I think are the emerging technologies of tomorrow. This has led us to develop what we are calling KPMG’s tech horizons map. The goals of the map is to set out what we believe are the emerging technologies against a time horizons. We put forward our views as to what we think are going to be the next big, those technologies that will never happen and perhaps most importantly those technologies that have had their day. We also look to document our view as to which of these technologies we believe to be most disruptive to today’s business models.
And interestingly we also looked to capture the extent to which the technologies are being discussed in the blogger sphere and we’ve done this through a social buzz metre.
I very much hope that you enjoy and find this tech horizons map to be useful .We courage you to interactive with us. There are tools on the map where you can vote on whether you agree or disagree with our views and also there will be link to a twitter feed where you can join the conversation.
Thank you for listening and enjoy our map.
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