Insights from Industry Experts
In 2023, notable progress has been achieved across various industry sectors, propelled by advancements in technology. These progressions encompass a broad spectrum, including finance, education, manufacturing, and security equipment, introducing fresh opportunities and solutions to address intricate challenges.
This pivotal year has provided opportunities for individuals to confront challenges and capitalize on new prospects, particularly in tailoring customer experiences. Intelligent alerts, machine learning models, and data-driven insights, complemented by the implementation of deep learning algorithms, have established a new benchmark in service delivery. The influence of these advancements is observable across diverse industries, transforming their operational dynamics and enhancing value provision for stakeholders. Here are insights from industry experts discussing the transformative impact of AI in their respective sectors during the year 2023.
AI is a wide-ranging tool that has enabled us to integrate large amounts of information, analyze data and use the analysis in decision making for improved security. The rapid socio-technical transitions have intensified the adoption of AI in the security domain.
“The breakneck development of ML-CV driven techniques in 2023 has led to great efficiency in detecting the security threats in real time and preventing situations at sensitive areas. Indian authorities are deploying this technology to prioritize responses and determine the best way to handle situations. Government officials are being proactive in providing services using AI based solutions like traffic violation detection or security threat detection. A large number of India cities are adopting premise security solutions for sensitive areas as well as smart and safe city applications that use AI to prevent violations and improve city life,” stated Anoop G Prabhu, Co-founder & C.T.O of Vehant Technologies.
Artificial intelligence has carved a niche for itself in the world of fintech in the year 2023, leveraging its prowess to perform multiple tasks efficiently. Using artificial intelligence, it has become possible for fintechs to provide a personalized level of financial services by providing recommendations for investments, savings, and financial planning, made possible through the analysis of customer data, and to customize financial services based on individual preferences and behaviors.
Additionally, machine learning algorithms are used in AI-driven predictive analytics to find patterns and trends in historical data and produce more precise forecasts. This has helped fintechs make better decisions about their investments, credit models, risk management, and market trends. Besides continuously learning and adapting to new fraud tactics, AI algorithms can analyze large volumes of data in real-time to detect unusual patterns and behaviors, helping identify potential fraudulent activities and enhancing the accuracy of fraud detection systems. This has greatly helped fintechs improve their portfolio performance and reduce risk. I believe that AI is here to stay and improve the scope of the fintech industry and further advance its growth in the coming years, stated, Sonal Patni, Chief Technology Officer, Niyogin Fintech Limited.
While AI has been in the making for some time, 2023 saw a massive acceleration in its real-world applications, especially in Generative AI. Within the span of just one year, we have seen the proliferation of AI tools in all aspects of content and media generation.
“In the SaaS space, this leap forward in Generative AI has meant a transformation in the range of functionality that SaaS products are able to offer. By integrating output generated from these AI tools, SaaS platforms are able to make content creation seamless and intuitive for their users. Analytics are also being transformed with AI, with customers being able to get direct insights rather than only raw data. As AI increasingly supplements the processing capability of the human mind, SaaS platforms are able to increase the range of data being captured and then rely on AI to process and provide insights from that data,” said, Kamalika Bhattacharya, CEO and Co-founder, QuoDeck.
In the world of marketing, where content rules in all forms—words, images, music, and tech—AI is like the superhero making things better. It’s changing how we do ads and marketing. In 2023, we’re just starting to see the cool stuff it can do.
“Right now, we’re using AI mostly for research, trying to figure out all the amazing things it can help us do. Additionally, we’ve been using it to ditch the boring, mindless, and repetitive tasks, letting us focus on the exciting parts. As marketers, we’re like the ideal people, always trying to find better ways to use AI to make marketing awesome and positive for everyone,” added Saurav Agarwal, Founder and CEO of PromotEdge.
According to Mr. Anil Somani, the Chairman of FOSTIIMA Business School- Delhi, “With the integration of AI technology, AI has evolved and offered several new prospects. With personalized learning experiences, advanced tutoring systems, automated evaluation and feedback, and so on, it has altered the education sector. With AI’s transformative influence, the employment market has also been transformed, redefining traditional practices. To meet the demand, management education institutions are providing skills and courses demanded by the job market in 2023 and beyond. A surge in platforms equipped with AI-powered personalized training modules has been observed, aiming to ensure that young and fresh professionals stay current on industry advancements, thereby preserving the market relevance of their skills.”
“In 2023, the job market and the education sector underwent a radical change that provided a more efficient, personalized and adaptable ecosystem for corporate professionals and young learners who are struggling to keep up with the rapid progression of skills in the workplace, “ Mr. Somani further added.