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The COVID-19 Crisis Is Strengthening New Technologies and Applications to Support ‘Homebody Economy’

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The COVID-19 Crisis Is Strengthening New Technologies and Applications to Support ‘Homebody Economy’

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The COVID-19 Crisis is playing a significant role to create new technologies and applications for “Homebody Economy”. Which is including tools and applications for content, Fintech, and Video Games industries, according to a new study has been issued by the Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting .

Projected Growth

Artificial Intelligence Journalism pioneer Dr. Mohamed Abdulzaher, the study author says: “As a result of the novel coronavirus epidemic, most economic activities have stopped, where staying indoors and social distancing have become a normal lifestyle for countless people in recent days. Consequently, the ‘Homebody Economy’ activities are rising among the millions of stay-at-home people around the world.”

Dr. Abdulzaher added:” Therefore, in the last few months the Homebody Economy has shown significant growth.
While, COVID-19 has reinforced the role of technology companies in searching for new reliable technologies, tools and solutions to facilitate human life inside the home, and throughout the quarantine period.”

The Post-Coronavirus world will primarily enhance human service technology and solutions that support healthcare and social needs, according to the AI Journalism forecasting study.


The COVID-19 Crisis Is Strengthening New Technologies and Applications to Support ‘Homebody Economy’
The COVID-19 Crisis Is Strengthening New Technologies and Applications to Support ‘Homebody Economy’

Topics

The study has discussed eight topics:

First
Homebody Economy Growth, due to the outbreak of the Corona pandemic (Covid-19), and how COVID-19 crisis has changed the purchasing behaviour of many consumers around the world .

 Second
Growth of “Online” video games’ technologies and applications. And the future of those technologies in the Post-Corona world.

Third
Telemedicine Techniques. Also, Coronavirus has increased the role of telemedicine and created a global attention to increase the investments in this filed. Meanwhile, it will open doors for great investments in telemedicine technologies and solutions.

Fourth
The FinTech Sector.
As a result of the global usage of online payment has been bombed, so the FinTech companies have created now online tools and solutions to facilitate payment process.

Meanwhile, the use of fintech apps has been raised. However it might face some challenges in Post-Corona period.

Fifth
Augmented Reality (AR). The healthcare industry will surely drive much of this growth in the augmented reality market, as an impact of Corona pandemic (Covid-19).

Sixth
Robotics and Big Data Analysis.

Seventh
Drones. How do drones prevent the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Eighth
Digital Content. where is the growth of production and consumption of digital content in less than 6 months, also, the growth AI Journalism.

AI Journalism

Artificial Intelligence Journalism for Research and Forecasting (AIJRF), a scientific research institution specializing in the study and forecasting of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Journalism.

On the other hand, AI Journalism cares about future of traditional and new media, and the techniques of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and its effects on humanity.

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