What is our future trending technology in IT?

My answer to What is our future trending technology in IT?

Answer by Desmond Last:

Without going into too much detail it will be parallel Processing. It is unfortunate that the development of Artificial Intelligence has taken the wrong direction.

Much time and money has been wasted on trying to get more from sequential programming which requires more and more processing power. It also requires more and more money.

Parallel processing is the next step for computer software and systems programmers. When developed it will result in less $ per byte and will be able to assist mankind in solving the problems of the World.

Something super computers, sequential processing and brain mapping will never be able to do.

The mind is the most undeveloped system in the world. Trying to emulate it is a waste of time. Parallel processing will allow mankind to tandem solution's with computers not be subjugated or controlled by them.

What is our future trending technology in IT?

Author: Desmond Last

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