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Emerging Tech Impact Radar: Artificial Intelligence

Key takeaways from the report:
  • "Opportunistic and unregulated use of generative AI technologies is rapidly introducing a plethora of apps and platforms suitable for creation of deepfakes by nonexperts due to the technology’s accessibility."[1]
  • "By 2026, single-modality AI models will lose out to multimodal AI models (text, image, audio and video) in more than 60% of GenAI solutions, up from less than 1% in 2023."[2]
  • AIaaS (Artificial Intelligence as a Service) offerings are growing in demand, including solutions like AI TRiSM (Trust, Risk, and Security Management), hallucination management, provenance detectors, responsible AI, and sustainable AI.

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[1], [2], Gartner, Emerging Tech Impact Radar: Artificial Intelligence, 2024, Annette Zimmermann and 18 others, 19 January 2024.

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