10 tech predictions made by Nothing CEO, Carl Pei for 2023

Optimistic. Strong. Joyful. These words pretty much summarize one’s expectations from 2023. But for the tech world, 2023 is much more than that. We expect to see major advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and how to use them. One can also expect technology to make advancements in areas like education, healthcare, government services, etc.

What if these predictions were made by the CEO of a smartphone company? Wondering what she/he would have to say on future technology trends.

Recently, CEO Carl Pei shared his 2023 predictions in a thread on the Twitter microblogging site.

To recall, Nothing was founded in 2020. The company introduced its first phone – Nothing Phone (1) earlier this year.

Here’s what the company’s CEO predicts for 2023

1. At least one AI killer app will appear (we haven’t seen anything yet)

2. Tesla becomes another car brand, as traditional car brands catch up

When asked what ‘just another company’ means, Pei said, “The stock price will fall to the same level as other auto brands, with a focus on business fundamentals.”

3. Twitter works great thanks to Elon spending a lot of time on it

True or not, only time will tell. That’s all we have to say here.

4. Metaverse is still far from mass adoption

According to a Forbes report, the success of the metaverse will most likely depend on the success of augmented reality (AR) technology, which includes chips, batteries, screens, and input components that deliver immersive experiences. vivid and rich experience.

5. …But Mark turned the tide in Meta by operating a ship more closely

Mark Zuckerberg changed Facebook’s name to Meta in October 2021. 2022 was a potential ‘metaverse’ year, but we all see that didn’t happen.

6. Apple’s stock goes up because it’s a very high-quality business

7. Smartphones are becoming more and more powerful as a delivery tool for software and services

8. Governments around the world take tougher action against Apple and its anti-consumer practices

9. Companies that really try to make money, and work hard, are in vogue

10. Combined work will fade and companies will choose to be completely remote or all on-site

“Hybrid will not disappear in 2023, but will be less common than it is today. It has more communication and coordination costs than the whole remote or the whole site. During a recession, companies need to do everything they can to increase their survivability,” he added.

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