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Some of this year’s predictions are cautionary. The tech industry has continued to make progress in women’s workforce representation, but sustaining this may take redoubled effort. Men and boys will likely continue to read fewer books than women and girls, with implications for academic achievement and social skills. And stricter AI regulations may be on the horizon, with the potential for restricting or even banning some AI applications.

We hope this year’s edition of TMT Predictions both reflects the world we now live in and illuminates the world to come.

 

Some of this year’s predictions are cautionary. The tech industry has continued to make progress in women’s workforce representation, but sustaining this may take redoubled effort. Men and boys will likely continue to read fewer books than women and girls, with implications for academic achievement and social skills. And stricter AI regulations may be on the horizon, with the potential for restricting or even banning some AI applications.

We hope this year’s edition of TMT Predictions both reflects the world we now live in and illuminates the world to come.Some of this year’s predictions are cautionary. The tech industry has continued to make progress in women’s workforce representation, but sustaining this may take redoubled effort. Men and boys will likely continue to read fewer books than women and girls, with implications for academic achievement and social skills. And stricter AI regulations may be on the horizon, with the potential for restricting or even banning some AI applications.

We hope this year’s edition of TMT Predictions both reflects the world we now live in and illuminates the world to come.

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Potential for restricting or even banning some AI applications.