Vision AI will be the next worldwide web
The web may not be the largest thing to run on the internet (these days it seems like Zoom is) but it was the most transformational until mobile apps came along. You can follow the waves by developer interest: in the 2000s everyone was learning HTML and making a website. In the 2010s everyone was learning to develop mobile apps. In the 2020s all the developers are going to build Vision AI. And for good reason.
Where the web had its impact was by digitizing manual paper-based processes. Rather than receive a bank statement in the mail you could view it on the web. Rather than mail in a check, you could pay on the web. Rather than fax in a trade authorization, you could validate it on the web.
This extended to internal enterprise processes, from product configuration to employee surveys, and to B2B processes, from catalog updates to credit reporting. All the information was now digital, thanks to the portal we call the web, and could be acted upon digitally. When mobile apps came along, the groundwork of digitized information was there to make that data available in the palm of our hands.
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