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Tuesday, January 24, 2023

AI will go mainstream in 2023

I'm here to tell you about the future of tech. 

The industry and the press have been talking about Artificial Intelligence for years, but we haven't seen much in the way of real-world examples. Sure, we've got some fancy camera tricks on our smartphones and some cloud-based data analytics, but that's not exactly what most people think of when they hear the term AI.

But, mark my words, this is the year that's gonna change. 

We're finally gonna see some serious, in-your-face AI happening. The launch of Dall-E and ChatGPT at the end of last year was just a taste of what was to come. These are examples of what they call "generative AI" - the ability to create original content from a limited input. With Dall-E, for example, you can ask it to generate images of a red Porsche driving through wine country during a snowstorm in a pointillist style. 

And ChatGPT, well, it's even more impressive. You can ask it to write song lyrics, bedtime stories, or even college essays.

Now, don't get me wrong, these tools aren't perfect and there are some serious flaws that need to be addressed. But, they're good enough to give us a clear idea of what's possible with AI. And, let's be real, the next generation of these tools is already in the works.

But, the real kicker here is that these tools have applications beyond their primary functions. Take ChatGPT for example, it could revolutionize the way we search the internet. Instead of just finding information related to a request, imagine being provided with a summary of the most relevant information. That's the kind of AI-powered search that takes it to a whole new level. 

And, word on the street is that Microsoft is planning on incorporating some of ChatGPT's capabilities into an updated version of Bing as early as March.

So, I'm telling you folks, the future is now. And, AI is about to go mainstream in a big way. Get ready for some serious mind-blowing technology in the coming months.

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