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Spend On Generative AI Will Grow 36% Annually To 2030

Forrester IT

The technology’s wide applicability across industries and occupations will drive massive growth: According to Forrester’s new forecast, generative AI will have an average annual growth rate of 36% up to 2030, capturing 55% of the AI software market.

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Get A Head Start On The “Easier-Said-Than-Done” Elements In The 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy 

Forrester IT

Clare O’Neil MP announced the 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy, a strategy to which Forrester contributed in April 2023, via a submission to the discussion paper. The  The Government’s stated vision is “By 2030, Australia will be a world leader in cyber […]

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The Race to Net-Zero Emissions by 2030

IT Toolbox

What are the implications of trying to meet the net-zero goal by 2030? The post The Race to Net-Zero Emissions by 2030 appeared first on.

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What Will Mobile Commerce Look Like In 2030?

Forrester IT

mCommerce in 2030 will not be mini eCommerce. In an upcoming stream of research, my colleague Julie Ask and I asked a simple question: What will mCommerce look like in 2030? We identified six technology categories that will be key in evolving your company’s future mobile solution.

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How GenAI Is Impacting The Social Tech Landscape

Forrester IT

Forrester’s Global AI Software Forecast, 2023-2030 supports this, as content marketing is the third largest category for specialized genAI software spend. Generative AI’s emergence triggered a landslide of interest and experimentation across sectors, including social media and content.

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In 2030, You Won't Own Any Gadgets


That’s not how it is today, and by 2030,… Read more. You paid money for something, whether it be a TV, clothes, books, toys, or electronics. You took your item home, and once you paid it off, that thing belonged to you. It was yours. You could do whatever you wanted with it.

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Government-backed digital money to represent $213B in payments by 2030

Computerworld Vertical IT

The global value of central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) will grow dramatically from $100 million today to $213 billion by 2030, once the virtual money gains greater adoption for domestic payments, according to new data from Juniper Research.