SURF TECH TRENDS 2023 Artificial Intelligence

One of SURF’s objectives is to be adaptive and flexible in a complex and dynamic environment. Therefore, we see it as our task to practice futuring as a process, to help us think about the future in a structured way together with our members and stakeholders. This trend report aims to help us understand the technological developments that are going on around us, to make sense of our observations, and to inspire. We have chosen the technology perspective to provide an overview of signals and trends, and to show some examples of how the technology is evolving. Although SURF has published trend reports before, this is the first time we are releasing a comprehensive overview of future technology developments. In this way we lay a foundation upon which we can improve in the coming years. We will actively engage in discussions with our stakeholders to explore the implications of our predictions for education and research. We invite our partners in education and research to reach out to us and share their findings and prediction. This report, as you can imagine, is not meant as a plan of approach or instructions. We invite you to make the translation for your own context, or reach out to us to learn what SURF is doing.

Surf technical trends report 2023. Look for Artificial Intelligence.

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