I know we get a lot of whats the future of Clarion going to be like, “its doomed, its doomed” in your best Scottish accent, but maybe a better question is what directions is technology going to take which will affect Clarion?
I found this the other day, US forcast/trend analysis for the next for decades.
They have a section on the direction of technology which is interesting. They see tech, coding as being a main activity which means money will be thrown at problems.
- During the next two decades, the pace and impact of technological developments are likely to increase, transforming and improving human experiences and capabilities and offering the potential to tackle challenges such as aging, climate change, and low productivity growth, while creating new tensions and disruptions within and between societies, industries, and states.
- The next decades will see increasing global competition for the core elements of technology supremacy, such as talent, knowledge, and markets, potentially resulting in new technological leaders or hegemonies.
- The race for technological dominance is inextricably intertwined with evolving geopolitics and the broader US-China rivalry, but technological advantage will be augmented by companies that have a long-term focus, resources, and global reach.
- Spin off technologies and applications will be available for rapid adoption, enabling developing countries to take advantage of the latest core advances, develop global applications in niche areas, and contribute to global supply chains.
They have paragraphs on each of these sections below, but it seems that Clarion being database focused is well placed and Clarion’s ability to prototype new apps, to hit the ground running is also a massive plus point over other IDE’s imo.
TRENDS ACROSS EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
Scientific Convergence Sparking Innovation.
Growing Competition for Dominance.
Technologies Diffusing Globally
Industry and Labor Transformed.
Data Will Be King.
Security and Privacy Reimagined.
Ethics of Autonomy.
AI Enhanced Warfare.
Increased Design Options.
Adapting On the Fly.
Design What You Need.
Assemble What You Need.
A section on Space and getting into Space.
Accelerated Societal Change.
New Cybersecurity Paradigms.
Solving Problems Fast
Technology as Geopolitical Power.
Aggravating Social Tensions.
Complicating Government-Corporate Relationships.
Disrupting Industries and Jobs.
Enabling Governance, Threatening Freedom and Privacy.
Stimulating Debates Over Openness.
So I wondered what technologies would people like to see built into Clarion, that we havent already got?
And do you still think Clarion is doomed?