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Generative artificial intelligence set to hit prime time in 2024

From automating repetitive tasks to providing unicorn investment opportunities, AI will make its presence felt this year.

2023 the year of ‘AI awakening’ as businesses and enterprises cottoned on to existence of generative AI.

Will Mace Sat, 13 Jan 2024
Key points
  • What’s at stake: The world woke up to artificial intelligence in 2023, but 2024 is the year AI will really start to change our lives.
  • Background: Large language models such as ChatGPT have made AI accessible to the masses and spawned myriad new businesses, but the safe and effective use of the technology is still subject to debate.
  • Main players: AWS, Microsoft, Google, OpenAI, Arcanum, Blackbird, Cognizant.

If the theme of 2024 is to ‘do more with less’, it won’t necessarily be a bad thing for technology innovators, many of whom are focused on creating efficiencies and designing cost-effective solutions to life’s problems.

Still, those innovators need to demonstrate a ready market for their

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Key points
  • What’s at stake: The world woke up to artificial intelligence in 2023, but 2024 is the year AI will really start to change our lives.
  • Background: Large language models such as ChatGPT have made AI accessible to the masses and spawned myriad new businesses, but the safe and effective use of the technology is still subject to debate.
  • Main players: AWS, Microsoft, Google, OpenAI, Arcanum, Blackbird, Cognizant.
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