What can we look forward to in 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI), as we know it today, will be a part of our everyday lives by 2023. The most recent data indicates that four out of five teenagers from the United Kingdom use generative AI. About two-thirds of Australian employees have reported using generative AI at work.

People used these tools initially because they were curious or just wanted to have fun. People now ask generative AI to help them with their studies, for advice, or to use it to find or synthesize information. You can also use it to get help with coding and create images, videos, or audio.

The so-called ” prod engineers ” offer advice on how to not only design the best AI prompts but also blend different AI services for fantastic outputs.

Over the last 12 months, AI functions and uses have changed as technology development, regulations, and social factors have shaped possible outcomes. Here’s what we know and what could happen in 2024.

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AI changed how we work and pray.

Early in the year, Generative AI was used for photography contests and won. It was also tested to see if it could pass exams.

ChatGPT has become a household brand. Its user base reached 100 million users in February, which is four times as many people as live in Australia.

Some musicians used AI voice-cloning to create music that sounded like that of popular artists such as Eminem. Google has launched Bard, its chatbot. Microsoft has integrated AI in Bing search. Snapchat has launched MyAI. It is a ChatGPT tool that lets users ask questions and get suggestions.

Screenwriters in the United States went on strike last May to demand a ban on AI-generated scripts. Another AI-generated picture, which allegedly shows the Pentagon in flames, went viral.

In July, worshippers experienced some of the first religious services led by AI.

After two months of AI-generated summaries being available in Zoom, the company was under intense scrutiny when it changed its terms of service regarding consumer data and AI. Later, the company clarified its policy. It also pledged not to use customer data for AI training without their consent.

ChatGPT paid users received voice and image functionality in September. Adobe has begun integrating generative AI in its applications such as Illustrator and Photoshop.

In December, we began to see a shift towards ” Edge AI,” where AI processes were handled locally on devices, as opposed to in the cloud. This is beneficial in situations when privacy and safety are of paramount importance. The EU has announced the first-ever ” AI Law“.

Read more: AI: the world is finally starting to regulate artificial intelligence – what to expect from US, EU and China’s new laws.

Where to from here?

We’re likely going to see incremental improvements in the coming year, given the rapid pace of AI development in the last 12 months.

We expect changes to occur in four specific areas.

Bundling AI services and functions

ChatGTP started out as a simple chatbot capable of generating text. It can now generate audio, images, and text. Google Bard now supports interoperability between Gmail, Docs and Drive and can complete tasks across all services.

Companies will attempt to maintain market share by bundling generative AI with existing services, combining functions and making AI services more intuitive and accessible.

Bundled services also make users more vulnerable to data breaches.

More realistic and higher quality generations

In the early part of this year, AI had a hard time rendering human limbs and hands. AI generators are now much better at these tasks.

has also found out how biased AI generators are.

models have been created by some developers with inclusivity and diversity in mind. It is likely that companies will see benefits in offering services that reflect their diverse customer base.

Media standards and transparency are becoming more important

In 2023, has criticized for creating AI-generated news content without communicating it.

Social media is awash with AI-generated images of world leaders, and other newsworthy happenings . These images have a high potential for deceiving and misleading.

To improve public confidence, media industry standards that clearly and consistently indicate when AI is used to create content or enhance it will be needed.

Expansion in the capacity of sovereign AI

Many have spent the early stages of AI exploration playing around. As AI tools unlock rapid advances in all areas of society, finer control over those who govern these technologies will be increasingly important.

By 2024, leaders who are focused on the future will be more likely to invest in research and development, training programs, and other investments that encourage the development of their sovereignty capabilities.

Understanding the strengths and limits of the technology will help you use it responsibly, respectfully, and in a productive way.

Understanding how AI is being used by others, from doctors to governments, in ways that may affect you is also important.

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