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Technology to watch: 5 key trends for 2023

We can expect progress is green hydrogen technology, used by plants including this one in South Africa Image: REUTERS/Esa Alexander

Sebastian Buckup
Head of Network and Partnerships, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum
Greta Keenan
Lead, Strategic Impact and Communications, World Economic Forum
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Thanks to continual improvements in technology over the past decade, the cost of solar and wind power have fallen drastically
Thanks to continual improvements in technology over the past decade, the cost of solar and wind power have fallen drastically. Image: Oxford University
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Government and industry investment in quantum computing means we are likely to see rapid progress in hardware and software in the coming year
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