The need for real, viable data in AI
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is undeniably a hot technology at the moment, with the industry projected to be worth $22.6 billion by 2025. Over the past year, everyday people saw AI-generated images and filters across social media as well as Open AI’s tools, ChatGPT and DALL-E, explode seemingly overnight.
While AI shows significant signs of promise, it still has a long way to go before companies and consumers can seriously rely on it for important tasks. For example, ChatGPT is able to formulate text, but it is not advanced enough to be reliably accurate. The consumer publication, CNET, attempted to increase output by employing AI to write its articles, but the outlet has since issued massive corrections to its AI-written content.