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What to expect from AI in 2023

Here we go again! For the sixth year in a row, we present Neural’s annual AI predictions. 2022 has been an incredible year for machine learning and artificial intelligence. From the AI ​​developer who tried to convince the world of this one of Google’s chatbots had become sensitive to the recent launch of ChatGPT from OpenAI, it’s been 12 months of non-stop drama and action. And we have every reason to believe that next year will be bigger and weirder.

So we reached out to three thought leaders whose companies are heavily invested in artificial intelligence and the future. Without further ado, here are the predictions for AI in 2023:

First, Alexander Hagerup, co-founder and CEO of Vic.ai, told us we would continue to see “progress from people using AI and ML software to extend their work, to people relying on software to do the work for them autonomously.” According to him, this will have a lot to do with generative AI for creatives – we’re pretty sure he’s talking about the AI ​​world’s ChatGPTs and DALL-Es – as well as “reliance on truly autonomous systems for finance and other backups”. office functions.”

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He believes a looming recession could well double this progress, as companies could be forced to find ways to cut labor costs.

Then we heard of Jonathan Taylor, Chief Technology Officer at Zoovu. He predicts global disruption to the consumer buyer experience by 2023 through “innovative zero-party solutions, leveraging advanced machine learning techniques and designed to interact directly and transparently with consumers.” I know this sounds like corporate jargon, but the fact is sometimes marketing language hits the nail on the head.

Consumers are tired of the traditional business interaction experience. We’ve been on hold since we were old enough to pay bills. It’s a bold new world and the companies that know how to use machine learning to make us happy will be the crème de la crème rising to the top in 2023 and beyond.

Jonathan Taylor, Chief Technology Officer