Artificial Intelligence Impacts In 2023 & Years To Come
February 6, 2023 - 12 min read
February 6, 2023 - 12 min read
The artificial intelligence (AI) market has been on a swift growth path for several years – so much so that the industry is expected to reach $42.4 billion in 2023.
This momentum will continue, and we're starting to realize it with the debut of powerful new AI-powered tools and services across industries.
Thus, this month let’s see how AI will impact different industries and will have an important role to play in the years to come.
In recent years, tech acceleration has changed how humans interact in and beyond the workplace. While rapid tech adoption is considered good, it also fuels the emergence of new risks and “unknown unknowns” in an ever-changing macro landscape.
As we enter 2023 on the brink of economic strife, something must balance the scales and help business leaders tackle their biggest problems.
One answer lies in another tech breakthrough: Artificial intelligence is ready to perform at scale.
Its full implementation cannot be predicted, but it promises real-time actionable insights and offers newfound agility in an uncertain world. Read more on Forbes.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking on an ever-greater role in marketers' lives. Technological breakthroughs, increasing privacy-related restrictions on data collection, and economic pressures mean that many marketing teams are turning to AI to solve their problems.
And it isn’t hard to see why – AI enables marketers to operate more efficiently, deliver content at scale, and optimize campaigns to drive results.
However, there are growing concerns from regulators and advocacy groups about manipulative and biased uses of AI: developments such as the AI Act in the EU, or the AI Bill of Rights in the US mean that the use of AI by brands is attracting growing scrutiny.
Several brands have come under fire in recent years for using advanced technology to influence consumers in creepy and inequitable ways.
Read more on The Drum.
Artificial Intelligence is not the future. It is here today or has been for a long time - depending on who you ask. As we enter 2023, it is not enough to say that 2023 is the “year of AI” - the past few years have all been the “year of AI”. I believe 2023 is the year of AI Education.
What is AI Education? I have previously written articles about AI-Literacy, and the need for everyone in the world to understand AI at some level. AI Education is the process of becoming AI Literate. Read more on Forbes.
Whether unlocking your phone through face recognition or telling Alexa to play a song, artificial intelligence has filtered into our everyday lives. Now, you can harness the power of AI to do your writing, too.
At your command, AI writers can write that paper you have been dreading to start, write code, compose emails, or even pass your MBA exam.
Although ChatGPT has made quite the buzz, its popularity has made it unreliable for everyday use since it's often at capacity. The good thing is there are plenty of AI writers that are just as capable, and available whenever you need them.
We put together a list of the best AI writers on the market and detailed everything you need to know before choosing your next writing assistant. Read more on ZDNet.
The next 12 months look set to be a bumpy year for many global markets, and communications service providers (CSPs) will not be entirely insulated from the volatility. To offset this, businesses are looking to step up innovation and digital transformation.
In the telecommunications sector, several stand-out technologies and trends will increasingly be leveraged to boost customer experience, network and business resilience, and value propositions.
Here, we have highlighted those that we feel will make the biggest impact in 2023 – the ones that no telco operator or CSP can afford to ignore. Read more on Forbes.