Emerging Technologies


Emerging Technologies

Here at GiNi Inc., we keep an eye on which emerging technologies have the most potential for near-term business impact, so we help clients make the right decisions to drive innovation through a combination of business intelligence, technology consulting, and innovative thinking.


Artificial Intelligence


Artificial intelligence is the practice of designing computer systems to make intelligent decisions based on context rather than direct input. It is important to understand that AI systems always behave according to rules that have been programmed.

AI is shaping the future of humanity across nearly every industry. It is already the main driver of emerging technologies like big data, robotics and IoT, and it will continue to act as a technological innovator for the foreseeable future.

5G and the Internet of Things


5G may not seem very exciting. We already have 4G, so what’s another G? But the difference will be exponential. 5G networks may ultimately be 100 times faster than 4G, allowing many more devices to connect, reducing latency to practically zero, and providing more reliable signals. This wireless technology will provide the backbone for the internet of things (IoT), which will expand the power of the internet beyond computers and across a wide range of objects, processes, and environments. The IoT is the keystone technology for such futuristic scenes as smart cities, robot-driven agriculture, and self-driving highway systems.

Serverless Computing


Serverless computing isn’t truly “serverless.” Sans tapping into some seriously dark arts, it’s impossible to provide computational resources without a physical server somewhere. Instead, this technology distributes those resources more effectively. When an application is not in use, no resources are allocated. When they are needed, the computing power auto-scales. This technological shift means companies no longer need to worry over infrastructure or reserving bandwidth, which in turn promises the golden ticket of ease of use and cost savings. One of the beauties of this architecture is that you get charged by the cloud provider only when a service runs. You don’t need to pay for idle capacity—or even think about capacity. Basically, the runtime sits idle waiting for an event to occur, whereupon the appropriate function gets swapped into the runtime and executes. So you can build out a big, complex application without incurring charges for anything until execution occurs.



The first industrial robot punched the clock in 1962. Technological advancements have steadily widened robotics’ workforce representation since, and in the coming years, robots will continue moving from factories to First Street to perform rudimentary tasks such as cleaning and delivery.

Augmented/Virtual Reality


With hardware costs lowering, processing power increasing, and high-profile players such as Google and Facebook entering the game, virtual reality’s day may have finally come. And the more widespread acceptance of augmented reality apps in smartphones may make such technologies an easier sell moving forward. Customers could, for example, try clothes on a virtual avatar or sit in their amphitheater seats before making a purchase.

Apply artificial intelligence to drive meaningful business impact.


We assess your readiness for AI and understand the areas of your business that would benefit from it. We then create a roadmap that balances quick wins with large value creation opportunities over the long term. Once we have a roadmap to the future, we develop and deploy the ideal AI and machine learning models customized to your business.

Contact Us Today

To Learn More About The Other Services We Offer!

Contact Us