Technology Predictions for 2023


In the last period of each year, while researching the trends that will come to the fore in the following year, we also take a look at the predictions and expectations for previous years.
 In the “2024 technology trends” we prepared at the end of 2019, of course, we could not foresee that a global pandemic would affect the whole world, that the trend towards devices and services that facilitate remote working would explode, and that the acceleration of e-commerce would increase by 60%, like all other technology writers.
 Or that Russia will launch an operation against Ukraine in early 2022, that the “cancel culture” against certain countries and capital will be accepted by most countries in the world, that the energy and food crisis will become the most important agenda all over the world, that rising inflation and supply chain problems will raise concerns about stagnation.
It was impossible to predict that it would fuel it. Our expectations and predictions for 2023 are shaped by the current course and targets. Again, we will talk about positive and upbeat predictions.
 Let’s hope that we do not experience surprises similar to those we encountered in the first months of the last few years. Let 2023 be the year of development and growth, not destruction or slowdown in technology and all other fields.

Research Companies’ Eyes  on ‘ Data ‘

When we examine the reports of the world’s leading research companies in detail, we see that they agree on many points.

In Gartner and IDC’s most important strategic technology trends reports for 2023; Elements such as the increase in the use of artificial intelligence in production,

improvement in data-based decision-making processes, optimization of IT systems for more security, and a more connected world attract attention.

It seems that the rise will continue in the sectors triggered and accelerated by the pandemic. In our opinion, the acceptance of remote and hybrid working models may have an important meaning for – some may say dreamy – technologies such as Metaverse.

In particular, the harmonization of teams’ working models with each other and with their customers can be considered the most important achievement of the last two years.

We see the impact of sustainability on all these trends. Sustainability, which has been one of the main agenda topics of companies in recent years, is also related to the fact that our world is now giving alarm signals at the highest level.

We now need to look at the impact of every development and investment on the environment. The environmental impact should not be ignored in sustainability.

Technological developments seem to make serious differences, especially in matters such as energy, production and transportation.

2023 Will Act as Leverage for the Following Years

Following Years
Following Years

Although we will probably not see it mature next year, 2023 will serve as leverage for some trends that will have a concrete impact on some issues starting from 2025.

Cloud-based services, which offer high efficiency at a much lower cost, especially in infrastructure, security, automation, data and network issues, will become widespread by 2025.

In 2024, businesses will be left with a sharper divide when it comes to cloud, data and automation investments.

In the next two-year preparation phase, sustainability will be the main focus of investments until 2025 and will become one of the prerequisites for initiatives for many investors.

Dominant claims of resilience and asset residency will force CIOs to change staffing, budgets, and operating processes for more than 35% of their IT and data assets.

There may be a significant increase in the services and products required for remote and hybrid working in 2023 and beyond.

We will witness a lot of companies commercializing the transformation they created within themselves in the coming year.


We can define the Metaverse as an innovation that combines multiple trends in technology in a common virtual environment where people can enhance physical reality, as opposed to a singular technology.

This innovation transforms the physical world or extends it into a virtual world where organizations can improve employee engagement and collaboration.

This technology, which is still in its development stage, has served as a playground for companies for the past two years.

Although the feasibility of long-term investments seems uncertain yet, it is expected to become widespread worldwide by 2027 with serious investments for certain sectors.

It is estimated that nearly half of the world’s giant companies will use Web3, spatial computing and digital twins through metadatabase-based projects in the next 4-5 years.

We can say that Metaverse will be inclusive even after the mobile era. Wherever we are in the world, we will use whatever device we want.

However, the device here will not always be a smartphone. New ways we access, experience and interact with content include headsets, smart glasses and even full-body haptic feedback suites.

Next year, we may witness significant developments in some provisioning hardware and solutions for the Metaverse.

Super Apps (Super App)

Super Apps

In the age of smartphones and digital borns, the demand for mobile applications that offer many services with a user-friendly interface has increased.

Super Apps, which are widely used especially in Asian countries; They reach a large number of customers by offering services such as transportation, shopping, payment and communication from a single application.

According to Gartner, by 2027, more than 50% of the global population will actively use more than one super App. Let us add that although no application fully meets the definition of Super App in our country, Trendyol and Getir have taken important steps in the last few years.

Sustainable Technology

As we mentioned at the beginning of the article, sustainability and technology will always be hand in hand.

Increasing the energy and material efficiency of IT services has risen to the top of the priority lists for many business executives; Solutions that ensure the sustainability of both the business and its customers will come to the fore in 2023.

Using technologies such as artificial intelligence, automation, advanced analytics and shared cloud services can also provide consumers and suppliers with the tools to achieve sustainability goals while reducing environmental impact.

By 2025, Gartner predicts that 50% of CIOs will have performance metrics tied to the sustainability of the IT organization.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Machine Learning
Machine Learning

As AI algorithms become increasingly sophisticated and complex, companies and individuals have increasing concerns about governance, security, fairness, and privacy for the near future. In 2023, we may witness AI services becoming transparent for greater trust.

However, adaptive AI will enable self-adapting models in production by using real-time feedback from past human and machine experiences.

Decision-making will become increasingly connected, contextual and continuous. By 2026, Gartner predicts that businesses that adopt AI engineering practices to build and manage adaptive AI systems will outperform their peers by at least 25% on operational AI models.

2023 will be a very valuable year for many products and services such as artificial intelligence-supported image and speech recognition, navigation applications, smartphone personal assistants, car sharing applications and many more.

The artificial intelligence market is estimated to exceed $57 billion in 2023. With global spending on cognitive and artificial intelligence systems, the sector is expected to reach a volume of 190 billion dollars by 2025.

Machine learning, a subset of artificial intelligence, is used in all kinds of industries, and the demand for skilled professionals is growing.

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and automation are predicted to create 9 percent of new jobs in the U.S.

by 2025, including robot monitoring experts, data scientists, automation experts, and content curators. It would be good if artificial intelligence and machine learning are already included in your or your child’s career goals.

Hyper-Connected Smart World

Smart World
Smart World

Here’s a huge trend topic that ties all the other trends together… Imagine a network that manages millions of connected sensors, devices, and infrastructure for all kinds of tasks, such as creating metadata repositories and digital twins, training smart machines, and ensuring digital security.

We can also consider it as a stronger adaptation of what is known as the Internet of Things (IoT) to 2023. Frankly, I wouldn’t feel like writing the Internet of Things directly on the trends list this year either.

The main focus of this trend is to provide interactions between more useful and complex machines.

Today, we are used to filling our homes and workspaces with smart devices and applications.

However, we encounter a number of problems when machines have difficulty communicating due to different platforms and operating systems.

In 2023, we will see more work on the development of global standards and protocols that devices can use to talk to each other.

The idea of ​​creating a smart world that detects and solves problems and incompatibilities without users noticing will prevent a big mess before it arises.

Another focus area of ​​this trend will be IoT security. While connected devices can improve our lives in many ways, they also create security risks.

Any device on the network is also a potential access point for external breaches. Improving security capabilities to prevent these attacks will be a priority for companies investing in IoT, and tools that can make artificial intelligence-supported predictions will emerge. In 2023, digital security will play a role in many areas.

5G and, in the future, 6G services will not only mean that devices will communicate faster than ever before. At the same time, it will provide an infrastructure where more devices can be connected and where high amounts of communication between them will continue smoothly and without delay, without interfering with each other.

For use in critical procedures such as robotic surgery, devices, infrastructures and systems with the precision I mentioned are essential.

Speaking of healthcare, 2023 will also be a boom year for products and services aimed at helping us manage our health and well-being.

Covid-19 is still a concern worldwide. Many people are actively trying to use technology to maintain and monitor their fitness and health.

New generations of the Apple Watch have advanced sensors that can measure blood oxygen levels and temperature, as well as perform operations such as performing an electrocardiogram (ECG).

Previously, hardware to perform these scans cost tens of thousands of dollars. We can see the fruits of Google’s acquisition of Fitbit, which has smart watches and fitness trackers with even more advanced features, in 2023.


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