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When the US Federal Reserve reported 7% annual US inflation for December 2021, it was the highest rate for 29 years, since June 1982. That takes us back to a time when inflation was a persistent problem for investors and portfolios were adjusted accordingly.
While the general consensus believes gaming and social networking will be the first metaverse applications, people working from home might become the driving force behind this virtual world concept that will give them a feeling of presence.
As 2021 draws to a close, the Matrix Resurrections will be released in the United States, the fourth in a dystopian saga chronicling a world trapped in virtual reality. Little more than 20 years on from the 1999 launch of the first Matrix film, though, it seems closer than ever to the way our world is unfolding.
One of the biggest barriers to the development of the smart home is the lack of interoperability between smart home devices. While smart home speakers from Amazon, Google and Apple can all act as hubs that operate your thermostat, lights or door, none of them connects with all smart home devices.
Growing up in the 1970s and 1980s, I loved reading science fiction. The novels of Isaac Asimov, the celebrated writer, were the best, in my opinion. Forty years later, much of his fiction is becoming fact. Intelligent machines have our entered our homes and workplaces.