This year has indeed been pivotal in the field of AI, marked by groundbreaking advancements, increased adoption, and heightened scrutiny surrounding the technology.
2023 was the year of the world's first-ever AI summit, which brought together global leaders, researchers, and industry experts to discuss the transformative potential of AI, as well as highlight the need for responsible development and ethical considerations.
As time goes on and AI continues to evolve, it will play an increasingly significant role in shaping our future, and it's crucial to navigate this journey with forward planning, responsibility, and a commitment to societal well-being.
AI Magazine takes a look at some of the key takeaways from 2023 in the exciting world of artificial intelligence.
The year's first magazine explored OpenAI’s Sam Altman and his thoughts on the company’s revolutionary ChatGPT. OpenAI experienced a rollercoaster of a year in 2023 and became quite a hot topic in the AI world. Altman provides his testimony on how ChatGPT is a ‘preview of progress’ and how GenAI will be the next big breakthrough.
February’s edition also touched upon the worry that workers had about AI and robots as new coworkers, virtual reality in healthcare and how the metaverse is playing its part, as well as how IoT could make or break manufacturing.
AI Magazine's spring issue kicked off with the exploration of Generative AI (GenAI) and how it is helping build virtual worlds. The magazine then delved into the incredible achievements of the Top 10: Women in AI, before looking at the innovative ways IoT is revolutionising global supply chains.
Featuring Bell, Switch Data Centres and SAP, the April AI Magazine highlighted the importance of the future through data and analytics, sustainability strategies and getting the public on board, as well as AI and risk resilience in manufacturing.
The issue also shed light on the expanding applications of AI in the field of cybersecurity, where it is being employed to combat the latest threats and protect sensitive data. Finally, the magazine showcased the transformative potential of AI in powering the future of development, highlighting its ability to accelerate innovation and drive progress in various fields.
June’s magazine explored the impact that IoT is having on smart cities, and how in Barcelona, the smart city pilot shows how technology can shape the future of cities.
Continuing from April, this edition also touched upon how GenAI is fuelling the data quality revolution, as well as looking at how AI-powered biometrics are fighting fraud.
Featuring companies such as SAP, Pinterest, Faraday Future, and SailPoint, AI Magazine touches upon AI and risk resilience in manufacturing, the impact of data engineering, luxury electric vehicles, and leveraging procurement to shape the future.
The magazine also took a look at the future of driving aids and which technology is powering the next generation, along with the Top 10: AI consulting firms, and how they have established themselves as leaders in the field.
AI’s summer magazine explored how AI is revolutionising ecommerce experiences. VP of Informatica, Greg Hanson, unveiled how AI technologies are transforming the customer experience in the digital world.
The magazine explored the Top 10: AI leaders, as well as touching upon how Google X’s AI is teaching itself new skills, how AI is the turbo engine of data analytics, and the machine vision of the future through AI and ML.
Speaking with Andrew Ng of DeepLearning.AI, this edition delves into the impact that Ng has had in the field of AI, highlighting how he is bridging the skills gap through education and propelling AI advancement into the future.
Featuring Oracle and ServiceNow, AI Magazine discusses the power of community in driving digital evolution and how companies can build apps and workflows more quickly and cost-effectively than before.
As the year started to wind down, the focus became around the ethics of AI, and how organisations must consider their impact to avoid a ‘trust gap’. The October edition of AI Magazine looked at the rising use of AI which drove data centres to innovate, the Top 10: AI companies, and how AI is working to enhance the metaverse.
Featuring Claroty, Okada Manila, and Mbzuai, the magazine explores how organisations are using the AI boom to its full potential, and the bright future that the UAE has surrounding artificial intelligence.
AI Magazine's grand finale for 2023 delved into the relentless advancement of the AI landscape, placing a spotlight once again on Sam Altman, appropriately concluding an extraordinary year for the magazine.
Altman's recent high-profile drama, involving his brief ousting and subsequent reinstatement as OpenAI's CEO, only further cemented his position as a central figure in the AI universe.
Featuring Fujitsu, Microsoft, and Telus, December’s final AI Magazine explores digital transformation in fintech, the rise of no-code AI platforms, and the transition from traditional telcos to world-leading tech organisations.
Wrapping up the year, AI Magazine delved into the Top 10: AI startups, exploring the companies that are making their mark and the impact they are having on today’s business landscape.
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