First, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) will be applied to a greater extent in 2023. “In time, we expect that virtually every application will be infused with AI and ML to help drive mission outcomes, lower costs, save valuable time, and more,” the newspaper writes.
Second, cloud will be used to improve citizen experiences. “Today’s citizens expect a frictionless experience when interacting with the government. Their banks, stores, and hotels do a great job knowing them, predicting their needs, and satisfying them in surprising ways—and they now expect public sector organizations to do the same,” The Nation Thailand writes.
Third, the newspaper believes that “quantum computing has immense potential and is something we will continue to invest in”.
Forth, they predict that “as the barriers to entry continue to lower, we predict that more and more public sector organizations will use digital twins to solve their unique mission challenges”.
The final prediction is about the commercialization of space, as “space innovation can come from anywhere, and we’ll continue to see both government and commercial customers innovate new approaches to space missions.