2020 will go down as a year unlike any other. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which locked down populations, overwhelmed healthcare systems, and wrecked economies across the globe, prompted major changes in basic patterns of human behavior--at an unprecedented speed and scale.
In 2021, the focus will remain on the disruptive effects of the pandemic and adapting to its aftermath.
However, as NYU professor Scott Galloway points out, for all the doom and gloom of 2020, the pandemic crisis presents opportunities for fundamental change. Major technology trends well underway before the pandemic began will only accelerate.
Going forward, the private and public sector alike must leverage cutting-edge digital technologies to safely and effectively manage the reopening process. As 2021 begins, KOGI will continue delivering innovative AI-based contactless technology solutions to help meet the challenges presented by COVID-19.