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The Future of Artificial Intelligence

Jessica Welch
Thursday, Mar 02, 2023
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When Siri was released and added to the iPhone’s list of features, it felt like the dawning of a new era. Everyone was abuzz with the potential this innovative artificial intelligence offered us in our day-to-day lives, as well as our areas of work.

However, after the initial excitement wore off, it was clear this artificial intelligence did not live up to the hype. Everyone knows the frustration of shouting at Siri to “set an alarm,” only to have her find directions to the nearest pet farm. The artificial intelligence that was promised to us as our own personal assistants built into our phones was a disappointment. Since the launch of Siri in 2011, we’ve seen various renditions like Alexa and Okay Google, but we haven’t seen any large strides taken in the area of artificial intelligence — until now.

With the release of Chat GPT (Generative Pre-Trained Transformer) by OpenAI, our hopes in artificial intelligence were renewed. The AI chatbot was released in November of 2022, and Microsoft immediately took an interest, investing 10 billion dollars in January of 2023. Anyone who has used Chat GPT understands the complexity of this new form of artificial intelligence based on “large language model tools.”

Business Insider says, “Chat bots like GPT are powered by large amounts of data and computing techniques to make predictions to string words together in a meaningful way. They not only tap into a vast amount of vocabulary and information but also understand words in context. This helps them mimic speech patterns while dispatching encyclopedic knowledge.”

This learning system allows the chatbot to create an output that mimics writing styles and actually learn from the questions we ask it. The longer the chatbot exists, the smarter it will get. What does this mean for our careers? After one or two uses of Chat GPT, it’s obvious this technology makes our lives easier, maybe even too easy. Within a day of using it, most people questioned the implications this kind of technology will have on our jobs. How, then, do we utilize this artificial intelligence to further our careers, instead of becoming obsolete?

2019111225144Diamandis-P-Photo-High-Res-HEADSHOT-1-18-.jpg (186 KB)Futurist Keynote Speaker Peter Diamandis says the answer is our mindset. In his keynote speech, Transforming Scarcity into Abundance, he helps open our perception of the future by explaining how growing technologies are creating more opportunities across all industries. Based on his New York Times and Amazon best-selling book Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think, Diamandis’s keynote speech takes a bold, contrarian point of view on the betterment of the human race due to technology. Backed by exhaustive scientific research, he explores artificial intelligence, robotics, sensors, networks, 3D printing, SynBio, and more to show us how our futures are full of prosperity, rather than the job and resource scarcity preached about by doomsayers across all industries.

Diamandis runs through the biggest resource needs of the human race and systematically proves how artificial intelligence and other growing technologies are leading us away from scarcity and into a place where we can thrive. Let Diamandis recontextualize some of the world’s grandest challenges for you as your biggest business opportunities in his keynote speech. Bring Peter Diamandis to your next event for a dose of optimism and a better understanding of the future of artificial intelligence.

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