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Abstract

This chapter is excerpted from 'Business and Emerging Technologies'. The pace of innovation in modern times is staggering, and with the time demands of many careers, it is easy to lose touch with current trends. If business professionals do not actively stay up to date with new developments, they can quickly become outmoded in the workplace or unattractive in the job market. Business and Emerging Technologies is an extensive but straight-to-the-point guide designed to get business students and professionals up to speed with an electrifying range of emergent technologies and concepts in the shortest possible time. Readers will benefit from fluid, well-researched reviews of technologies like Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, quantum computing, augmented reality, 3D printing, and nanotechnology, and will acquire the factual contexts needed to make insightful decisions as these technologies slowly, but surely, pop up in their occupational nexuses.

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Abstract

This chapter is excerpted from 'Business and Emerging Technologies'. The pace of innovation in modern times is staggering, and with the time demands of many careers, it is easy to lose touch with current trends. If business professionals do not actively stay up to date with new developments, they can quickly become outmoded in the workplace or unattractive in the job market. Business and Emerging Technologies is an extensive but straight-to-the-point guide designed to get business students and professionals up to speed with an electrifying range of emergent technologies and concepts in the shortest possible time. Readers will benefit from fluid, well-researched reviews of technologies like Artificial Intelligence, blockchain, cryptocurrencies, quantum computing, augmented reality, 3D printing, and nanotechnology, and will acquire the factual contexts needed to make insightful decisions as these technologies slowly, but surely, pop up in their occupational nexuses.

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