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What tech trends do you need to know about in 2018?

This year, like any other, will undoubtedly have its fair share of tech developments, which will impact on our lives, creativity and work. As part of our New Year New You series of articles with advice on how to kickstart your work life and creativity in 2018, we talk to four industry experts about what the year might bring in terms of technology.

Want to know which tech ideas you should be name-dropping in your meetings this year? Below, we ask four creative insiders and innovators what we should be looking out for in 2018.

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