The Generative AI Guide: How It Works, Use Cases, and Ethical Considerations

Whether you are looking to learn about the AI technology or build your own ChatGPT, this Generative AI guide will be supremely helpful. From its core components and use cases to ethical considerations, we have detailed everything you need to know.

Published 2 May 2024Updated 2 May 2024

Table of Content

  • What is Generative AI?
    • Generative AI timeline: How the technology came to be
      • Traditional AI vs Generative AI: Major differences to know
        • How does Generative AI work?: Exploring its core technologies
          • 1. Language models
            • a. Natural Language Processing (NLP)
              • b. Language representations and embeddings
                • c. Transformer architecture
                  • d. Large Language Models (LLMs)
                  • 2. Data
                    • a. Data collection methods
                      • b. Data cleansing and pre-processing
                      • 3. Machine Learning (ML)
                        • a. Supervised vs unsupervised learning
                          • b. Reinforcement Learning (RL)
                            • c. Training methods
                            • 4. Generative models
                              • a. Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)
                                • b. Variational Autoencoders (VAEs)
                                  • c. Autoencoders
                                • Generative AI industry-specific use cases
                                  • 1. Travel and tourism
                                    • a. Tailored travel suggestions
                                      • b. Streamlined and personalized itineraries
                                        • c. Content that enhances customer interaction
                                        • 2. Health and medicine
                                          • a. Routine information gathering
                                            • b. Disease diagnosis and drug discovery
                                              • c. Clinical trial optimization
                                              • 3. Education
                                                • a. Personalized learning journeys
                                                  • b. Superior content creation
                                                    • c. Language learning and translation
                                                    • 4. Retail and eCommerce
                                                      • a. Hyper-personalized recommendations
                                                        • b. Enhanced product discovery and content
                                                          • c. Dynamic pricing
                                                          • 5. Finance and business
                                                            • a. Fraud detection and prevention
                                                              • b. Risk assessment and credit scoring
                                                                • c. Financial product innovation and design
                                                                • 6. Advertising and marketing
                                                                  • a. Quick text generation
                                                                    • b. Dynamic advertising
                                                                      • c. Compelling sales hooks
                                                                      • 7. Architecture and engineering
                                                                        • a. Schematic design
                                                                          • b. Design development
                                                                          • 8. Legal and legal services
                                                                            • a. Enhanced legal research efficiency
                                                                              • b. Automated contract analysis
                                                                                • c. Patent search
                                                                                  • a. Distribution of harmful content
                                                                                    • b. Data privacy violations
                                                                                      • c. Copyright and legal exposure
                                                                                        • d. Amplification of existing bias
                                                                                      • Ethical Considerations with Generative AI
                                                                                        • The future of Generative AI is bright

                                                                                          What seems like a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, is now a reality: Artificial Intelligence (AI), particularly Generative AI, has become mainstream.

                                                                                          From sales and HR to marketing and IT, the technology shows great potential to impact every aspect of business, disrupting how companies interact with customers and driving operational efficiency.

                                                                                          No wonder the Generative AI market has been projected to grow at a CAGR of 47.5%  between 2023 and 2030, increasing its value from $43.87 billion to $667.96 billion.

                                                                                          Moreover, a Salesforce study shows that 67% of senior IT leaders plan to prioritize this advanced AI technology within the next 18 months.

                                                                                          Of course, ChatGPT has now entered the general vocabulary, and many companies are developing new AI tools on ChatGPT’s infrastructure (or their own) to work alongside humans as creators and executors.

                                                                                          Let's dive deep and explore more!

                                                                                          What is Generative AI?

                                                                                          Essentially, it is a subset of AI that can take raw data, for example, all of Wikipedia or the collected works of Van Gogh, and “learn” to generate statistically probable outputs when prompted.

                                                                                          It recognizes and assimilates the structures and patterns in its existing training data to create new content similar to but not identical to the original data.

                                                                                          From code and text generation to video enhancement and Virtual Reality (VR) simulations, the applications of this technology are endless.

                                                                                          Generative AI timeline: How the technology came to be

                                                                                          The modern-day Generative AI journey kicked off with BLOOM, a BigScience large open-science, open-access multilingual language model, entered the picture in July 2022.

                                                                                          However, it was the launch of ChatGPT by OpenAI in November 2022 that truly brought Generative AI to the masses, with one million users signing up for the tool in five days.

                                                                                          Llama from Meta and PaLM 2 and Gemini from Google followed this in quick succession.

                                                                                          The introduction of generative text-to-image tools like DALL-E, Midjourney, and Stable Diffusion between 2022 and 2023 further cemented the popularity of Generative AI.

                                                                                          In February 2024, OpenAI elevated the concept of video generation and launched Sora, an AI text-to-video model that can create realistic and imaginative scenes from mere prompts.

                                                                                          Traditional AI vs Generative AI: Major differences to know

                                                                                          How does Generative AI work?: Exploring its core technologies

                                                                                          This AI technology can produce new content in seconds in response to a prompt. But how does it do that? What key components kick in? Let us find out:

                                                                                          1. Language models

                                                                                          Language models are probability distributions over words or word sequences based on the statistical properties of language. Once trained, they can predict the next word in a sentence, complete paragraphs, and generate entire articles based on a given prompt.

                                                                                          Under the broader umbrella of language models fall:

                                                                                          a. Natural Language Processing (NLP)

                                                                                          It is a subfield of AI that focuses on enabling machines to understand, interpret, and generate valuable and meaningful human language and perform various language-based tasks, including translation, sentiment analysis, and question-answering.

                                                                                          b. Language representations and embeddings

                                                                                          Processing and understanding language involves converting words and phrases into a numerical form. This is achieved through language representations and embeddings, where words, phrases, or entire sentences are mapped to vectors of real numbers.

                                                                                          These embeddings use models like BERT to capture semantic and syntactic meanings of the language elements, identifying similarities and relationships between different words or phrases.

                                                                                          c. Transformer architecture

                                                                                          It is a deep learning architecture that uses an encoder-decoder structure to process input sequences and generate output parallelly.

                                                                                          It leverages self-attention to dynamically weigh the relevance of different words within a sentence or document, enabling a deeper understanding of context and relationships between words.

                                                                                          d. Large Language Models (LLMs)

                                                                                          LLMs are an AI program built on a kind of neural network called a transformer model. They are trained on data fetched and gathered from the Internet - thousands or millions of gigabytes’ worth of text - to generate coherent, contextually relevant, and remarkably human-like content.

                                                                                          2. Data

                                                                                          Data is the cornerstone of any AI model, including Generative AI. The quantity, quality, and diversity of the data sets used for training directly influence the generative model’s accuracy. That is why it is vital to note how data is collected, cleaned, and processed.

                                                                                          a. Data collection methods

                                                                                          Generative AI tools typically have access to data from different places, including:

                                                                                          • Web scraping: It is an efficient method for gathering large amounts of public data, such as text for NLP models or images for computer vision models, from the Internet. It is used in sentiment analysis, trend spotting, and training datasets for various AI applications.
                                                                                          • Social media: Platforms like X, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn offer a continuous stream of data in the form of text, images, videos, and user interactions. By studying this data, AI models can learn about current trends, language usage, sentiment, and even cultural nuances.
                                                                                          • Crowdsourcing: A lesser-known technique for cultivating data for AI, it requires you to develop your online platform where you can hire and manage your “crowd” to gather data. This method offers diverse, high-quality data from a firsthand source.

                                                                                          • Sensor data collection: This involves collecting environmental data, user interactions, biometrics, and much more through various sensors embedded in devices all around us. This data helps build AI models that interact with the real world, such as those used in smart homes, health monitoring devices, and autonomous vehicles.
                                                                                          • Public datasets and APIs: A lot of data belongs to the public domain, which means anyone can access and use it for any purpose. Scientific journals, free image libraries, Wikipedia pages, and news articles are just a few examples of public data sets.
                                                                                          • Surveys and questionnaires: These methods are particularly useful for gathering opinions, preferences, and feedback directly from users. The collected data can then be analyzed to identify trends, user needs, and areas for improvement in products or services.
                                                                                          • Synthetic data generation: This involves using Generative AI to create synthetic data, which is then used to train another generative model. For example, if you are building a customer service AI model, you could apply this technique to create fictional customer situations and interactions.

                                                                                          b. Data cleansing and pre-processing

                                                                                          Key techniques include:

                                                                                          • Noise removal: In text data, this might involve removing stop words or correcting spelling errors, while in image data, it could involve reducing background noise. Duplicate data is also a form of “noise” because it doesn’t add new information to the dataset. Instead, it skews analysis and model training by over-representing certain observations, making duplicate content important.
                                                                                          • Feature engineering: This includes transforming raw data into a format that better represents the underlying problem to the model, such as creating new features or modifying existing ones to enhance model performance.
                                                                                          • Handling missing values: Techniques such as imputation (filling missing values with statistical measures) or omitting rows/columns ensure the model receives complete information for training.  
                                                                                          • Standardization: This involves adjusting the scale or distribution of features so that they contribute equally to the Generative AI model’s performance.

                                                                                          3. Machine Learning (ML)

                                                                                          ML is a subset of AI that focuses on developing algorithms to learn from and make predictions or decisions based on data. It is the principle upon which Generative AI models are built. Let us review the various approaches within ML:

                                                                                          a. Supervised vs unsupervised learning

                                                                                          Supervised learning is a type of ML where the model is trained on a labeled dataset. This means that each training example is paired with an output label. The model learns to predict the output from the input data.

                                                                                          On the other hand, unsupervised learning involves training models on data without explicit instructions on what to predict. The model learns the patterns and structures from the data itself.

                                                                                          b. Reinforcement Learning (RL)

                                                                                          RL is a type of ML that trains software to make decisions to achieve optimal results. It mimics the trial-and-error learning approach or a reward-and-punishment paradigm applied by humans for processing data.

                                                                                          This approach can be used in various applications in Generative AI, including automated content creation, drug discovery (where the model generates novel molecular structures), and game AI, where the system creates new levels or challenges.

                                                                                          c. Training methods

                                                                                          Certain methodologies come into play when building and optimizing ML models used in Generative AI:

                                                                                          • Backpropagation calculates the gradient (or derivative) of the loss function concerning each weight in the network and then adjusts the weights to minimize the loss. This enables the ML model to learn iteratively from the training data.
                                                                                          • Fine-tuning involves adapting a pre-trained model to a new but related task. A generative model trained on a large, generic dataset can be refined on a smaller, domain-specific dataset to produce content relevant to a specific field or style.
                                                                                          • Transfer learning repurposes a model developed for one task to a second related task. Generative AI enables you to build upon existing models and techniques, enabling the creation of more complex and sophisticated generative models.

                                                                                          4. Generative models

                                                                                          Generative models are a class of algorithms in ML designed to generate new data points that resemble the training data. They comprise four key components:

                                                                                          a. Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs)

                                                                                          GANs work on a principle of competition between two neural networks: the Generator and the Discriminator. The Generator creates data that is indistinguishable from real data, while the Discriminator distinguishes between real data and data produced by the Generator.

                                                                                          GANs have been successfully applied in image generation, photo-realistic image manipulation, art creation, and even generating realistic human faces. There are two noted types of GAN:

                                                                                          • Conditional GANs (cGANs) enable more precise generation and discrimination of images to train machines and allow them to learn independently.
                                                                                          • StyleGAN introduces novel techniques for controlling the style of generated images at different levels of detail, from coarse features like pose and shape to fine textures.

                                                                                          b. Variational Autoencoders (VAEs)

                                                                                          VAEs are another class of generative models that use a different approach to generate data. They comprise two main features:

                                                                                          • An encoder that maps input data to a lower-dimensional representation (latent space)
                                                                                          • A decoder that reconstructs the data from this latent space representation

                                                                                          VAEs are particularly noted for their applications in generating variations of input data, such as faces with different expressions, and their role in unsupervised learning.

                                                                                          c. Autoencoders

                                                                                          Autoencoders are a type of neural network used to learn efficient codings of unlabeled data.  The network is designed to compress the input into a latent-space representation (encoding) and reconstruct the input as closely as possible from this representation (decoding). 

                                                                                          Autoencoders are used for dimensionality reduction, feature learning, and denoising data. 

                                                                                          Generative AI industry-specific use cases

                                                                                          With the accelerated shift to online business models during the pandemic and the consequent adoption of AI-based tools to execute tasks and enhance productivity, it is not surprising to see Generative AI finding use in many different industries, including:

                                                                                          1. Travel and tourism

                                                                                          Generative AI in this sector is expected to grow revenue at a CAGR of 17.5% from 2023 to 2029, reaching nearly $9600 million. It has immense potential to create a more immersive and engaging experience while planning travel. Let us take a look:

                                                                                          a. Tailored travel suggestions

                                                                                          Generative AI can comb through a customer’s past behavior, buying history, and preferences to understand what they truly like and suggest vacation ideas that have a higher chance of appealing to them and compelling them to actually complete their bookings.

                                                                                          b. Streamlined and personalized itineraries

                                                                                          Generative AI can further tune its recommendations to offer a start-to-finish travel plan catering to customers’ unique tastes.

                                                                                          From optimal travel routes and accommodation options to food choices and current deals on tourist attractions, AI-powered smart trip planners can deliver an all-in-one itinerary to the customer’s inbox, ready for booking.

                                                                                          For example, TripIt’s Smart Itinerary Planner is a popular AI-driven travel companion that helps in several ways in addition to creating a comprehensive trip itinerary:

                                                                                          • It forwards activity, flight, and hotel booking confirmations to the customer’s designated TripIt email address.
                                                                                          • It automatically updates the itinerary if the flights get delayed or scheduled.
                                                                                          • It provides maps and directions to help navigate destinations with ease.

                                                                                          c. Content that enhances customer interaction

                                                                                          Generative AI makes creating high-quality and appealing images and videos easy. This visual content gives customers a taste of where they are about to go and what they can expect. It can be especially useful in social media campaigns where aesthetics matter.

                                                                                          On the other hand, Generative AI can help craft compelling narratives about destinations, weaving historical facts, anecdotes, and local legends that would make an exciting addition to the site’s blogs, brochures, and other sales literature.

                                                                                          2. Health and medicine

                                                                                          Generative AI can play an essential supportive function in the healthcare space. While physicians should still make final decisions, AI technology can easily fit into high-repetition, low-risk environments and thus save time and effort. It can perform the following tasks:

                                                                                          a. Routine information gathering

                                                                                          Generative AI can conduct preliminary questioning on the healthcare provider’s behalf by asking about the patient’s medical history conversationally and retrieving records from health information exchanges.

                                                                                          It can also organize the collected information in a proper hierarchy, enabling doctors and healthcare specialists to glean the data quickly.

                                                                                          b. Disease diagnosis and drug discovery

                                                                                          Generative AI can help diagnose common conditions for which sufficiently large datasets (including datasets from diverse populations) can be accessed.

                                                                                          It can analyze medical images (X-rays, MRIs, CT scans) to detect abnormalities like tumors, fractures, or diseases like pneumonia. This firsthand information can create more accurate and less invasive testing methods or drug treatments.

                                                                                          c. Clinical trial optimization

                                                                                          Generative AI can quickly examine genetic and phenotypic data alongside real-world data (such as the patient’s medical history), allowing researchers to better understand how and why different subgroups of patients respond differently to the same treatments.

                                                                                          By generating realistic, synthetic patient data, the technology can also simulate clinical trial outcomes without needing as many actual participants. This can help in the early clinical trial design stages and predict efficacy before investing in large-scale studies.

                                                                                          3. Education

                                                                                          For several years, online platforms like Udemy and Coursera have facilitated access to top-notch education for millions who were previously excluded. With Generative AI, education can become a truly individual journey that helps students tap into their potential.

                                                                                          a. Personalized learning journeys

                                                                                          Generative AI adapts to each student’s strengths, weaknesses, and learning styles to create personalized learning paths for any subject. From breakdowns of complex topics to visual representations of concepts, it enables each individual to learn at their own pace, accessing the right content at the appropriate time. 

                                                                                          b. Superior content creation

                                                                                          Education platforms powered by Generative AI can craft tailored worksheets, discussion prompts, and practical exercises for any subject. They can improve students’ understanding of the subject by pointing out logical gaps and presenting arguments from multiple perspectives.

                                                                                          This also helps teachers save time and research required to read through endless pages to find relevant information for creating content.

                                                                                          c. Language learning and translation

                                                                                          Apps like Duolingo already use adaptive learning algorithms to help anyone learn a new language. Generative AI takes this to the next level with curated practice exercises and real-time translation through NLP capabilities to understand each student’s accent and pronunciation.

                                                                                          4. Retail and eCommerce

                                                                                          McKinsey reports that eCommerce companies that invest in AI enjoy a 3%- 15% jump in revenue and a 10%- 20% jump in sales. With Generative AI, retail and eCommerce brands can take an all-new “smart” approach that skyrockets their numbers.

                                                                                          a. Hyper-personalized recommendations

                                                                                          Did you know that 40% of marketing leaders agree that customer personalization directly impacts eCommerce sales maximization, basket size, and profits?

                                                                                          The advanced AI technology transcends the standard product filters on eCommerce websites to offer hyper-tailored recommendations that meet all of the customer’s unique needs, be it size, brand, color, style, usage, or anything else.

                                                                                          It takes them to their “ideal product” with much less effort. This arrangement increases the likelihood that they will hit the “Buy Now” button and close the sale.

                                                                                          b. Enhanced product discovery and content

                                                                                          According to Salesforce, 82% of eCommerce companies with AI report moderate improvement in how their customers explore, discover, and engage with products.

                                                                                          AI-powered chatbots can leverage superior recommendation systems to deliver personalized product suggestions and styling ideas by asking customers about their wants and preferences.

                                                                                          They can also suggest different cross-selling or upselling options, intriguing the customer to the extent they purchase.

                                                                                          c. Dynamic pricing

                                                                                          Generative AI can help eCommerce companies set flexible prices based on factors like competitor pricing or current market conditions, similar to how Uber adjusts its rates during peak hours or heavy rains.

                                                                                          You can offer discounts during slow periods or increase prices when the demand is high (especially during festivals), enhancing your ROI.

                                                                                          For example, during winter, you could price coats, socks, mufflers, and cardigans at a higher rate due to high demand and gradually decrease as the season progresses. This will maximize conversion and profit per sale.

                                                                                          5. Finance and business

                                                                                          The market for Generative AI in financial services is set to hit $9.4 billion by 2032—unsurprisingly. Finance and banking institutions everywhere are actively investing in Generative AI to drive innovation in their processes.

                                                                                          Here is how they can leverage the technology:

                                                                                          a. Fraud detection and prevention

                                                                                          Generative AI can help train ML models by incorporating synthetic data to improve fraud detection and prevention. This is a high priority in a world where cybercrime costs are projected to reach $10.5 trillion by 2025.

                                                                                          Enhancing the adaptability of fraud detection systems reduces the number of false positives and negatives, ensuring that customer assets are always kept safe, regardless of the sophistication of the fraud attack.

                                                                                          b. Risk assessment and credit scoring

                                                                                          Generative AI can significantly streamline the evaluation process for creditworthiness, optimizing loan approval decisions. It does so by facilitating scenario simulation and risk factor analysis.

                                                                                          It can also generate synthetic data representing different risk scenarios, which allows financial companies to build more efficient capital allocation models.

                                                                                          c. Financial product innovation and design

                                                                                          Generative AI can vastly reduce the timelines for crafting innovative finance and banking products that optimize for specific criteria. With rapid ideation and prototyping, designs can be iterated almost in real-time based on market feedback.

                                                                                          In addition, the technology simulates market demand to predict customer preferences and tailor offerings effectively.

                                                                                          6. Advertising and marketing

                                                                                          The year 2024 and beyond will be the era of the market size of one. Generative AI’s personalizing capabilities can help even small businesses gain massive competitive edges when marketing to their ideal customers.

                                                                                          a. Quick text generation

                                                                                          Today, 58% of marketers use Generative AI to create content, and chances are that many of the social media posts and blogs you interacted with today were written—or at least conceptualized—by an AI tool.

                                                                                          Generative AI lets marketers create high-quality content at scale for a fraction of the cost, helping them expand their reach. You can also use the technology to come up with new ideas and angles, examples, and full-length outlines, making writer’s block a thing of the past.

                                                                                          b. Dynamic advertising

                                                                                          Dynamic ads have been around for a while, appearing on other websites as ads for the products a customer was looking at in a previous browsing session.

                                                                                          Generative AI can refine this with more nuanced knowledge of a customer’s past searches, previously viewed items, and buying history and create ads that are visually most likely to drive action.

                                                                                          For example, if someone browses through a specific eyeshadow brand, AI helps showcase eyeshadows in similar shades from different brands within the same budget.

                                                                                          c. Compelling sales hooks

                                                                                          Generative AI can use customer data to suggest tailored copy for email campaigns, landing pages, marketing brochures, and other forms of content—unique to each customer.

                                                                                          This hyper-personalized copywriting increases the chance of converting customers regardless of their current platform. Moreover, the technology can also suggest different tones, styles, and forms of writing sales hooks.

                                                                                          7. Architecture and engineering

                                                                                          Generative AI is also a prime pick for students and professionals in this sector. Let us take a look at the benefits it brings to the table:

                                                                                          a. Schematic design

                                                                                          Generative AI can help develop viable and innovative ideas for the schematics of any project, including floor plans, site plans, HVAC plans and more.

                                                                                          With text-to-image converters or Generative Fill/Expand in Photoshop, architects can quickly visualize how the design they conceptualize will look in practice.

                                                                                          It can also create immersive videos based on a 3D render of the project to help users better understand how to move through the structure.

                                                                                          b. Design development

                                                                                          Generative AI can prepare complete 2D and 3D designs based on the approved schematics. It can convey concepts to clients, from adding textures and colors to preparing multiple interior design concepts to altering aspect ratio while maintaining look and feel.

                                                                                          The advanced AI technology can inject unprecedented speed and efficiency into traditional legal practices, automating up to 44% of legal tasks. Lawyers can access specific data and smart insights much faster, helping them focus on high-value strategic work. 

                                                                                          Generative AI can rapidly scan large databases of legal documents and other materials to glean relevant insights based on the given prompt.

                                                                                          It can quickly summarize complex legal materials and predict legal outcomes, helping lawyers prepare better for their trials and devise ideal strategies for contingencies.

                                                                                          For instance, if a lawyer receives a 50-page contract for a client review, the technology can generate a 2-page summary highlighting essential clauses, key actions, potential issues, and main legal arguments within seconds.

                                                                                          b. Automated contract analysis

                                                                                          Generative AI can scan contracts in seconds, identify critical clauses, compare the terms of a contract across multiple documents, extract the most relevant figures, and pinpoint any inconsistencies.

                                                                                          This is particularly useful in complex negotiations such as a merger where data privacy obligations, termination clauses, and Intellectual Property (IP) ownership could be in the mix.

                                                                                          Generative AI can scan patent databases to determine whether any given idea can be patented and also present key inputs on the legal requirements for getting patents in different fields.

                                                                                          Patent Lens, for instance, is an AI tool that employs NLP to conduct patent searches across multiple databases simultaneously. This can help legal companies save time and money and avoid potential patent infringement cases later.

                                                                                          Ethical Considerations with Generative AI

                                                                                          While the benefits of Generative AI are manifold, it is vital to consider the potential pitfalls. Generative AI is only as good as the prompt given to it by humans and the data on which it bases its learning.

                                                                                          As Generative AI becomes an integral part of every industry, guardrails should be built for the ethical ramifications of letting AI take over human tasks.

                                                                                          a. Distribution of harmful content

                                                                                          Users can potentially generate offensive or malicious content through their prompts. Such content can significantly damage company's reputations, if sent to a wide audience as with a mass email, or can spread harmful and hateful views online if it perpetuates discriminatory beliefs.

                                                                                          b. Data privacy violations

                                                                                          The data on which Generative AI models are trained can sometimes contain personally identifiable information about people that can be extracted with the right kind of prompt.

                                                                                          At the same time, given the complexity of large language models, it can be more challenging for an individual to know that their information is available publicly.

                                                                                          Generative AI creates content based on databases of existing content, which could potentially infringe on copyrights if the data’s source is unknown. This can damage the company’s reputation, especially if the data is drawn from another company’s IP.

                                                                                          d. Amplification of existing bias

                                                                                          If the databases on which Generative AI is trained are biased, the content created by that AI will also be biased. This can have harmful real-world implications, such as the continued exclusion of job candidates from historically marginalized backgrounds.

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                                                                                          The future of Generative AI is bright

                                                                                          There is no doubt that Generative AI is here to stay. Its capacity to streamline and optimize far exceeds any human or traditional digital ability, and its applications are only just being explored.

                                                                                          For example, artists and creators can leverage this technology to generate novel ideas and streamline their creativity. Fashion brands can prototype, customize, and optimize products before they are manufactured, thereby saving time and resources.

                                                                                          Gartner claims that 40% of enterprise apps will have embedded conversational AI by 2024, up from less than 5% in 2020, and more than 100 million workers will collaborate with “robo-colleagues” by 2026.

                                                                                          Overall, Generative AI can supplement human endeavor, bringing top-notch accuracy and speed while enabling the creativity and strategic thought that only humans can drive.

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