Tomorrow’s Internet – the preparation

by Julie Splinters - -

Blade Runner 2049 was introduced in early October. It is the continuation of the 1982 sci-fi creation and combines many elements of the older version. These elements include flying cars, holograms and, human-like androids. This movie illustrates the dystopian future where the technologies instead of being helpful and kind are more threatening.

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However, the Blade Runner saga portrayed the future based on shock value, not reality. In reality, more is expected from technologies and innovators. When it comes to the past 20 years – the level of advances and innovations is impressive, so humanity has much to look forward to.

This article will provide you with information about a few of the most appropriate Internet advances with some advisement on how to prepare for tomorrow’s technology.

Machine learning

Machine learning is called an artificial intelligence technology product. Its core is to enable machines and smart devices to adapt and learn from data and feedback.

Machine learning is also used in security software. For instance, Kaspersky Lab uses a HuMachine approach in its antivirus detection software.[1]

Machine learning also provides devices higher capabilities to predict, plan and provide smarter solutions.
Internet of Things (IoT)

IoT industry is already a very successful niche. However, in near future, smart devices will play an essential role in our lives. There are many smart-home appliances and devices that we use in everyday life and couldn’t survive a day without them. The IoT is established to protect, make us more efficient and secure.

However, in many cases, the IoT does otherwise. Smart-home devices also bring many privacy issues: enables attackers to connect and take over control of the device; spy through the integrated cameras; receive and transmit data to C&C servers. Hackers use IoT devices for many nefarious purposes so it is important for users to be more vigilant.
In addition, recently Kaspersky Lab announced that DDoS attacks affected more enterprises than ever before.[2]

Driverless cars

The creation of driverless cars could be the most challenging innovation in the technology of our time. The driverless car stands for IoT revolution, machine learning and the expansion of Internet advances. This new solution could save time, provide transportation and safety.

Safety potentially will be the most important factor for the driverless cars in the future. In addition, the biggest challenges will be to keep drivers and passengers safe, deal with moral issues with cases of human and nature, and the prevention of malicious actors from exploiting vulnerabilities that possibly can infect autonomous vehicles.

The report from the recent Frankfurt Motor Show automotive exhibition revealed how the cars will look and what features will have in the near future – self-parking, wireless charging, autonomous features and even more.[3]

Please feel free to leave a comment and share your predictions how technologies will impact our daily lives in near future.

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Julie Splinters
Julie Splinters - VPN service analyst

Julie Splinters is a VPN service analyst at, who specializes in VPN services and anti-spyware applications. Her major of English Philology and her passion for IT helped her choose the path of an IT writer.

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