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Artificial Intelligence: From ChatGPT And Copilot To Image Generators: How 2023 Was

<p>2023 will be recognized as the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Year. This year has seen a meteoric rise in artificial intelligence, from cutting-edge technology to widespread use. We use it on our phones and operating systems and big businesses have begun incorporating it into their everyday workflows.</p>
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<p><strong>Here are a few of the most important advances in AI that will happen in 2023.</strong></p>
<p><strong>India’s Relationship With AI:</strong></p>
<p>Numerous untapped AI applications exist in India across a range of exciting industries, such as financial services, healthcare, agriculture, and many more. According to Forbes, India will invest close to Rs 9,800 crore in AI by 2025, and the technology is expected to produce at least Rs 3,750 crore in GDP (GDP).</p>
<p>The number of Indians with AI talents on their list was about 14 times more in June 2023 than it was in 2016. A number of businesses in the nation have already extensively embraced AI, including banking, retail, and education. The government, meanwhile, has also hopped on the AI chatbot bandwagon with initiatives under the Digital Nagrik programs, Umang’s AI chatbot, and MyGov Helpdesk on WhatsApp, among other initiatives.</p>
<p>There are presently over 60 active companies in the nation, all competing to use the promise of generative AI to provide services and solutions across a range of industrial sectors.</p>
<p><strong>The Year of ChatGPT:</strong></p>
<p>Though not the first of its type, ChatGPT will go down in history as the chatbot that made artificial intelligence more widely known. OpenAI’s Natural Language chatbot slowly crept into offices, affecting productivity and raising questions about job security.</p>
<p>In January 2023, only two months after its debut, the chatbot had 100 million users. According to statistics, in October 2023, there were 1.7 billion website views, making it one of the most popular services ever. Over 100 million people are estimated to be active on the internet every week. Reports also state that the website’s 17.33% bounce rate is very low.</p>
<p>Furthermore, according to Forbes, 6 million searches for “chat gpt login” happen on Google every month, demonstrating how popular ChatGPT is. India (6.32%), Japan (4.01%), and the United States (15.22%) have the greatest audience categories.</p>
<p>This year, ChatGPT had to contend with a plethora of rivals, including Microsoft and Google, who had invested heavily in cutting-edge Generative search experiences in addition to Google’s disastrous Bard launch.</p>
<p><strong>AI-related worries and regulations:</strong></p>
<p>The year 2023 demonstrated the breadth and depth of our knowledge about Generative AI; examples included AI-generated deepfakes that may possibly sway elections and text-to-image generators that produced eerie and copyrighted visuals.</p>
<p>According to reports, the US White House approved an executive order to enhance AI safety, while the European Union ratified the AI Act, which will take effect by 2025. Furthermore, AI safety measures will soon be established under the Digital India Act.</p>

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