As always, tech startups are booming. It’s been a long time since the tech bubble, and many tech companies are thriving based on disruptive technologies. The way that we work, play, and just exist is changing. Millennials and zoomers are reacting to the world in different ways, and that’s a driving force behind new and emergent technologies.
So, what are going to be some of the most disruptive tech startups in 2020?
1. Emilio Health
This tech-based healthcare service uses technology to help children and teens. Through Emilio Health, parents can track their child’s progress through a digital platform, easily determining whether they’re thriving in their current situation.
Mobile healthcare services that are tech-driven and mobile-friendly are going to become extremely popular, especially as patients start to advocate for themselves and work for their own self-care. For parents of children who have health issues, tele-therapy and online health management can give them the freedom and control that they need to truly protect their children.
2. Starry Internet
The way that people use internet is changing. People are no longer being chained to old telecommunications or cable service providers. They want to cut the cord. They don’t want to be attached to contracts that go up dramatically after a year, that have deceptive introductory rates, or that lock them into inconvenient bundles.
Starry Internet is tackling the problem by introducing new ways to get internet, without a bundle, with no contract, and at a low rate that gives customers only the services that they want.
Tech is changing the way that people practice law. Legalist is a data-backed, high tech platform that makes it possible for people to win in court even with exceptionally limited resources. By leveraging artificial intelligence, people are able to operate better in discovery, find legal precedents, and data mine for the information that they need to win their case.
Legalist can use very small teams to get big results, and it’s something that people are going to be seeing throughout the legal industry within the next decade. Paralegals and legal associates are finding it easier to get their jobs done, and high-ranking partners can now expand their offices with smaller teams. As artificial intelligence grows more powerful, it can even be used to do all the preliminary work on some cases.
People are working remotely now more than ever, and that’s something that’s really changing the work and the tech industry. Loom is a cloud-based solution that makes it easier for people to interact with each other even if they’re not in the same office. That’s going to be even more important as people start to work remotely, work from home, or work in other countries entirely.
And it’s not just for work, either: People in long distance relationships, traveling, or distant family can all connect through Loom. Loom makes it possible to send video messages, share screens, narrate, and more, and it’s only becoming more advanced with time. Everyone can use an integrated service that makes communication simple and makes it possible to connect with friends, family, and coworkers across the world.
How are tech companies disrupting the world? A lot of them are taking a look at the way that people now work and live. The truth is that most people are working more from home. In addition, more people are interacting more through the internet, and generally want to be able to self-service when it comes to complicated questions like health questions and legal questions.