Digital Sustainability and What it Means?

Applied Tech Review | Wednesday, June 09, 2021

In terms of technology, every digital company wants to make a difference, so it is now focusing on being more environmentally sustainable.

FREMONT, CA: Green technology is on the rise at present, right alongside a surge in innovative digital transformation. However, combining the two has rarely been a choice in the past. And it has only been in the last few years that efforts to merge emerging technology and sustainability have exploded. However, finding a compromise between these two methods is the key challenge of today's market.

On a large scale, every business uses digital processes in some form or another to meet the unique needs of each company. As a result, total digitalization offers a tremendous opportunity to achieve sustainability objectives.

What is Digital Sustainability?

In general, the definition is classified as a collection of ecologically safe and stable factors and principles that refer to social and economic growth over the long term. These projects are realized with the use of a variety of emerging technologies. In terms of technology, every digital company wants to make a difference, so it is now focusing on being more environmentally sustainable. On the other hand, as far as the eye can see, a profound need to consider the planet's and humanity's futures emerges. Climate change, overconsumption of nonrenewable natural resources, biodiversity destruction, widespread deforestation, extreme natural disasters, significant carbon dioxide emissions, low air, water quality, and massive carbon dioxide emissions are the real threats that we cannot face alone.

How Digital Trends Influence Sustainable Technology Growth

The recent tech trends, such as AI, machine learning, the Internet of Things, Big Data, edge computing, robotic process automation, and others, will undoubtedly make our lives easier. That is why both ordinary people and large corporations are interested in these technologies and improvements. Artificial intelligence, for example, has been instrumental in complex data analysis and management aimed at making long-term decisions in areas such as climate change, air and water protection, biodiversity conservation, disaster resilience, and so on.

The potential for digital technology investments is measured in billions of dollars per year; for example, research estimates that worldwide spending on AI systems will hit 79.2 billion dollars by 2022. Being sustainable today goes hand in hand with traditional business objectives such as rising sales, lowering costs, and delivering a meaningful customer experience.

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