Top Technology Trends for 2020

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There are some technology trends that fizz out over time and then there are the latest technology trends that stay on the sidelines and then gain traction after it either gets major funding or an industry suddenly integrate it in their process.

There are many such technologies that have already made their prominent mark in 2018 and are only a few more applications away from becoming mainstream. Those are the ones that we have listed as the upcoming and latest technology trends that would become trending by the year 2020.

Without further ado, here are the ten technology trends for 2020 –

1. AI

Artificial Intelligence has been continuing to make its place in the list of top technology trends since quite some years. And now has found a place in 2020 technology predictions as well.

Computers are now capable of learning about the world in the same way as us humans. This leap that AI capabilities have been…

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Strong Feet Equals a Strong Body

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A tree without roots can’t stand. If you’re physically active, you need to take care of your feet. Your feet have so many muscles in them and are connected to the rest of your body. If you’ve ever tried reflexology, you’d understand how much your feet affect the rest of your body.

From my experience, when my feet and ankles are healthy I perform my best. There are many benefits to having strong feet and ankles.

Benefits of Strong Feet and Ankles

Better Balance: This one is pretty obvious. When your feet and ankles are strong, your balance will be better. This is important in every fitness activity that involves standing. When your balance is off, your other muscles will have to work even harder. This will make the activity you’re doing more difficult than necessary.

Injury Prevention: Playing any sport with weak feet and ankles is a recipe for…

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Monday’s Walk, Traditional & Current #Haiku Forms #MondayBlogs — Word Craft ~ Prose and Poetry

I didn’t get a chance to use the prompt words this week for my own poetry challenge, so please forgive me. I left early for my walk this morning. My phone shared the news that the weather was a mild 55 degrees F. Yet, I knew better. The winds in western Arizona howl across the…

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“We Shall Overcome” – by Martin Luther King, Jr. — words and music and stories

On 31st March1968, just four days before his assassination, Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered a speech at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., inspired by a previous sermon when he had recited parts of the hymn “We shall overcome” to the interfaith congregation at Temple Israel in Hollywood, California. The resonant line of the folk […]

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