What’s the context?
After a rocky 2022 for Big Tech, experts give their forecasts for next year – from crypto regulations to content crackdowns
- Legislative pressure set to rise in drive to protect users
- Twitter takeover intensifies debate on content moderation
- Crypto collapse seen accelerating regulatory moves
It has been a tumultuous year in the world of technology: Elon Musk took over Twitter, crypto crashed, and new laws sought to rein in Big Tech companies and control online content.
It was also the year that artificial intelligence-generated art went mainstream, even controversially winning a prize in a competition at the Colorado State Fair.
So what does 2023 hold in store, and how will tech users be affected around the world? We asked experts from the United States to India for their predictions.