In the future, automated marketing will be the norm. If you own a business in the 21st century, then I would suppose that you would have heard of artificial intelligence and the internet of things. We are already seeing this technology in action in a variety of different ways, including Google Glass and other smartphones that allow you to interact with the world around you. This is just the beginning. The future may bring us machines that can beat their creators at chess or navigate their way through the ocean and weather patterns in order to find the perfect place to go to for a vacation, but more likely it will simply be humans interacting with one another as we take advantage of artificially intelligent machines to complete our everyday tasks.
There are many people who fear that we will be faced with a future filled with crime, either because there will be more people that try to hack into corporate systems or because computers will malfunction and allow criminals to break into our homes, businesses, and cars. It is hard to believe that with all of the information now accessible to so many people, that this could actually be a problem. If we do not teach children how to guard against this sort of thing, then the crime rate will continue to increase, perhaps even surpassing the rate of violent crime. More on automated marketing blog.
Will we be able to predict what the future will bring? Probably not. However, if we are careful enough, we can make preparations for possible scenarios, such as one wherein a computer hacks into a government building and steals important data. How would you react if that happened? If you were in charge of your company’s online marketing campaigns in the future, would you ban all computer usage, or would you focus on educating people on how to protect themselves from these types of cyberattacks?