As of this writing, the Metaverse has been a reality for over ten years. It's incredible to think what it will be like when it fully realize. If you look at the transition of the Internet from mainframes,- PCs, - Macintosh, - DOS, to Windows, - OS X, to smartphones, and now to the billions of mobile devices.

What will an innovative and robust Metaverse like the Internet of tomorrow mean for us?

 One of the big things we can expect is the democratization of communication—a more "unified" way of knowing and interacting with the world and the future marketplace. The following infographic shows how it expects this world will be shaped, with smart homes and intelligent cars being the most obvious example. We can also expect the same in every area of our lives, and tomorrow's Internet will change how we live. Here are a few suggestions:

Personalized and personalized experiences

Creating an individual profile that reflects who you are and provides you with a more tailored experience. A study by IBM found that more than 95% of consumers value personalized recommendations on the Internet, compared to general promotions. Having a "customer identification number," you're known as is likely to be the next big thing in commerce. It will allow you to identify your specific needs and save time when looking for what you need. In addition to improving the quality of your services, this technology will enable better customer service. Imagine how much quicker and easier it will be for your customers to talk to an actual person instead of talking to a computer with a pre-programmed script. Will this mean the end of the Customer Service Representative? No, but the recruiter and hiring process may become much quicker and more efficient.

This technology could be a massive part of the tech sector for customer service and recruiting in the next few years. In addition, it will allow companies to bring together what they have learned in analyzing large sets of data and explore it again to create the world of the future. For example, Netflix examines what movies are most popular and their ratings, etc., so they can send that information directly to subscribers. What else will they find out that we don't know about yet? Every business and customer will be collecting massive amounts of data, and this technology will allow it to be shared, analyzed, and repurposed for countless uses. There is no telling what the future holds.

Automation and Creativity

One of the most significant advantages of the computer over the human is its ability to think. While humans can only think through limited ways, computers can think. It has made it possible for machines to be helpful in some things people are not. As robots become more capable, we'll start to see a shift. It's common for people to think of things in terms of "menial labor." Painting the windows or opening the blinds is typically considered to be menial.

On the other hand, automation and technology will make these tasks far more accessible and less labor-intensive. Think about the entire process of opening up and painting a window. The computer can use image processing, an operation that will allow the computer to recognize the corners of the glass, make the appropriate adjustments, and paint the glass perfectly. With this type of system, even a slightly imperfect window can manufacture by a machine. It's not a future problem; it's happening right now in manufacturing. Another example is the change self-checkouts in supermarkets will likely bring in the next few years. For those who have not seen these devices in action, self-checkout kiosks use a bar code reader to read the bar code on the item you're purchasing and pay for it automatically.

Use of technology

There are many ways we can look at these technologies, but one thing is sure. Everything that machines and computers can do, they will be doing. As machines advance, we will have to invent new methods to keep up with our abilities, which will likely require humans to think outside the box. We won't just create different jobs but also new ways of thinking. Humans will be needed to produce outstanding jobs and never rest on their laurels. One of the best ways humans can learn to think like a machine is to apply these technologies to new problems.

So what does this mean for our students?

Technology is a vast and evolving area of study. Some knowledgeable professors can guide our students in developing appropriate plans to address these changes.

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