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Artificial intelligence on the wrist to plan our vacation Skyscanner presents the report? The Future of Travel 2024?



Artificial intelligence on the wrist to plan our vacation Skyscanner presents the report? The Future of Travel 2024?


Virtual holiday samples, allowing you to see and also? Touch? dream vacation destinations? Artificial intelligence modules that help tourists in planning a trip? Outer space as a holiday resort? Will this be the tourism of the future?

In the first part of the “The Future of Travel 2024 according to Skyscanner”, published today, we analyze the currently developed technologies that are to revolutionize the way we plan and book our trips in the next decade. We believe the publication will meet with the interest of Polish travelers who discover the advantages of self-organized trips more and more boldly? says Magdalena Greloff, Marketing Manager at Skyscanner. ? We want to inspire Poles to discover a new dimension of travel through the use of innovative technologies? he adds.

According to experts quoted in the report, wearables will play a key role in the tourism of the future. The beginnings of this trend are already visible today, incl. in products such as Google Glass. In 10 years, they will assume microscopic sizes (the size of 1/60 of a human hair), and will also conduct a dialogue with their owner.

“After 2020, each of us will have our own, embedded in a watch or jewelery,? E’agent? accompanying us wherever we go? says futurologist Daniel Burrus. Online speech and learning software will create a? Mind? of this digital travel assistant. His? Body? Instead, they will create integrated devices that the owner will wear on the body.

Modules of the? Cache? artificial intelligence will find wider application and facilitate communication during trips. Alistair Hann, Chief Technology Officer at Skyscanner says:?Let’s imagine that we wear a device that can translate aloud aloud the words of a taxi driver speaking to us in Chinese. Or, in a few seconds, she will translate the menu in a restaurant from Russian to Polish. The possible applications of these technologies are infinite.

The first section of the report is also devoted to virtual reality, which will play an extremely important role in the trip planning process. ? In a few years, the development of technology will enable virtual? Visits? the place where we want to go without leaving home? says Gareth Williams co-founder and CEO of Skyscanner. However, virtual reality cannot replace real journeys. It will become a new means of presentation, in particular thanks to the use of haptic technologies that use the sense of touch in communication with the user.

These and other solutions are described in detail in a report, the full text of which can be found at www.skyscanner2024.com. The website also offers a free subscription to the other two sections of the report, which are to be published later this year.