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A recap of consumer AI in 2023
It was a year where artificial intelligence wasn't just a buzzword - it hit the real people, like you and me, weren't just techie around the corner. AI Influenced virtually every corner of our digital world, transforming how we interact with media, create content, and even express ourselves.
Let's look into some of the most remarkable AI trends and products that hit the mainstream in 2023:
Social Media and Entertainment:
TikTok: Introduced AI Portraits with almost 20 million users trying it out.
Spotify: Introduced AI DJ, with users spending a third of their time listening to music with it.
Snapchat: Created AI avatars called Dreams, and another AI called MyAI that wrote its own story.
Instagram: Surprised users with 28 AI characters based on celebrities, gathering around 400,000 followers.
ByteDance's Capcut: An AI video editing app that became more popular than TikTok with 300 million users.
X: Introduced LLM grok for Premium+ subscribers.
Google's Bard: Started with 30 million views in the first month and is now about 15% as big as ChatGPT.
Bing: Got a new AI version and gained over 100 million users.
Graphic Design and Creativity:
Canva: Released "Magic Studio" AI tools, now used by 125 million people. Adobe Photoshop: Upgraded with generative fill after 100 million assets were made by beta users.
Fashion and Events:
Real celebrities like Naomi Campbell: Wore the Humane AI pin at Paris Fashion Week.
Television and Entertainment Industry:
Marvel: Used AI for the opening of the Secret Invasion show.
Midjourney: Launched a web app for power users from their 17.5 million Discord members who generated 10,000+ images.
Certainly, the chain reaction in the AI space was initiated by ChatGPT
ChatGPT: ChatGPT became the fastest product to hit 100M MAUs, Added DALL-E 3 for making images
it's evident that AI is now getting integrated into everyday life, shaping our future many are scared, many are curious and nobody can predict the future, almost everyone seems clueless, but this is an opportunity like 70's or 80's when personal computer became mainstream world did not end there, I am hopeful about the future :)
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