Artificial intelligence has become a motorist of technological progress in our increasingly digital data-driven world. This is justified by the fact that AI is expected to see an annual growth rate of 37.3% from 2023 to 2030.
The challenge for AI inventors is to produce an artificial system that can learn by interacting with an ever-changing terrain with a huge number of variables. The reason is that we’re girdled by-products of human intelligence, whether we’re talking about culture or consumer goods.
Technological inventions and the latest innovation in artificial intelligence are leading to significant changes in the nature of work for nearly a quarter of all workers in developed countries. That means millions of people must acclimatize to the new demands and chops in time to keep their jobs and inflows, or the application of additional AI technologies will simply replace them.
So, not to get lost among competitors, you should always be aware of new trends and tendencies, so that you understand in which area it is best to develop. In this article, we will analyze the main AI trends that have already been actively developed and will also stay with us the next year.
What has evolved in Artificial Intelligence in recent 2 years?
Nowadays, it is difficult for companies that are in a highly competitive environment to spend millions on social media advertising and marketing. AI technologies — grounded robotization and marketing tools –have grown increasingly popular in perfecting brand mindfulness. From designing PPC juggernauts to targeting the right followership request, artificial intelligence is the future of marketing and not only it.
AI has also progressed in robot development. Numerous AI-powered robots are extensively popular in engineering, manufacturing, and healthcare. On the other hand, advanced robots are helpful for deep earth exploration, space disquisition, and complaint control in the medical field.
Moreover, AI technologies that have advanced in recent years help medical professionals identify and treat sickness. When machine learning will be able to diagnose and treat conditions, the death rate will dramatically reduce. AI-powered assistants will help medical professionals complete manual work quickly and efficiently. In addition, it reduces the chances of crimes in medical practices.
Now we will take a more concrete look at AI trends to which you should pay attention.
Trend 1: Accessories for the meta-universe
Metaverse AI technology came generally accepted last time. This year, companies have concentrated on talking about AI’s bias to optimize the quality of absorption in the metaverse—made possible by a new type of Internet.
Panasonic-possessed Shiftall has released three biases concentrated on the meta-macrocosm:
- Magnex—an ultra-lightweight virtual reality headset,
- Pebble—a device that heats or cools the mortal body to enhance the virtual experience,
- Mutalk—a Bluetooth microphone with sound repression that allows druggies to communicate with others in a virtual space without disturbing those around them.
Trend 2: Smart Surveillance
Smart surveillance cameras are already in our homes and are also unforgettable trending technology, but now they perform other functions. Ring, a company that mostly specializes in doorbells, has announced a new direction for car security. The Ring Car Cam is equipped with sensors that can tell if your car is broken. The software can also be used as a video recorder.
Another curious device that has already made the rounds of the Internet is the Bird Buddy feeder. It integrates artificial intelligence, which takes photos of all the birds that come to have a snack and identifies their species. Users can gamify their experience by collecting different bird species in an accompanying app.
Trend 3: Sleep Enhancement
Healthy sleep is the current trend in artificial intelligence. It is more important than ever, and there are many products in the market promising better sleep quality. LG has introduced the Breeze headphones, which use sensor data to estimate how much time a person spends in each of three sleep states (REM sleep, light sleep and deep sleep). They can also play sounds to help people fall asleep.
German startup Variowell Development has released the Pepaminto mattress pad, which works in conjunction with the Apple Watch to heat or cool different areas of the bed. It is an interesting update to the popular Hatch Restore 2 alarm clock, in which light and sound enhance each stage of the sleep cycle. The new version introduces “morning moments,” allowing you to add inspirational messages or short workouts.
Trend 4: Smart Home Devices
Integrating healthcare options into smart home devices was inevitable, but some companies have taken the idea even further. One of the most unexpected startups is U-Scan, a urine scanner that fits in your toilet. This trendy AI technology was developed by medical brand Withings, and it offers digestive and reproductive health information.
Samsung has also expanded its Bespoke Home line with an AI-powered oven. In addition to suggesting the right cooking temperature for pre-set healthy meals, it can interact with Samsung apps to suggest recommended food choices based on workout statistics and diet goals.
One more example is Yukai Engineering (a Honda concern) that has released the Fufuly robotic pillow, which helps humans find healthy breathing rhythms.
Trend 5: Wearable devices for wellness
Wellness is still a top trend in AI, and many brands are making it a priority. The latest wearable devices are different from their predecessors: they provide only key information and integrate features that promote mindfulness.
A hit is a Nowatch smartwatch, which doesn’t show the time but signals the wearer’s emotional state. This screenless device produces gentle vibrations to improve mood and reduce stress levels based on readings of heart rate, sweating, physical movements and sleep patterns.
Another new product, the CZ Smart from Citizen comes with the YouQ app, which uses NASA research to anticipate patterns of fatigue phases and become more productive throughout the day.
Wearable trendy AI technology for medical devices is now more popular than ever before. Among them is Movano Health’s Evie smart ring, which measures heart rate and blood oxygen levels. It is aimed to help women understand patterns of sleep, menstruation and many other factors.
Trend 6: Augmented Reality
A number of projects this year are exploring ways to make using trendy technology outside more convenient. Chinese brand TCL, which makes high-tech TVs, introduced the RayNeo X2 smart glasses. These augmented reality frames superimpose all sorts of useful information on your field of vision, from automatic translation to GPS navigation. Prescription lenses can also be integrated into them, so eyewear users will also be able to use this device.
Navigation is also the main purpose of Loovic, a GPS-enabled neck bracelet that helps pedestrians navigate the city without using a map.
Another important AI device allows for private calls in public places. French startup Skyted teamed up with industrial design studio PriestmanGoode to create a mask that absorbs voice. Created by Airbus, they are designed for crowded or confined spaces like trains, buses, cars, or planes.
Trend 7: Media with light and smell
The experience of playing games, listening to music, or watching videos can be enhanced with a few new objects. Japanese company Aromajoin has launched a video platform that works in tandem with Aroma Shooter’s trendy technology to create flavors that complement whatever is happening on screen. More than 100 different fragrances are currently available. Govee has released a product that could compete with the Philips Hue system. The Govee AI Gaming Sync Box Kit is a Matter-certified system that creates colorful lighting effects to enhance the video game experience.
Trend 8: Artificial Intelligence as a Help for Parents
This year’s AI trend is the “smart” stroller Ella with artificial intelligence and autonomous driving capabilities. It was released by the Canadian company Glüxkind Technologies. The Ella model offers pushing and braking assistance, hands-free walking and an intelligent “Rock-My-Baby” mode.
There are many latest innovations in artificial intelligence that represent items designed with babies in mind. The new Q-bear baby monitor is positioned as a “baby cry interpreter.” It uses a wealth of data to interpret types of crying, so every emotion can now be explained more effectively. The device can also soothe a crying baby with light and sound (these are connected by artificial intelligence) or analyze the source of pain and discomfort.
Trend 9: Portability and miniaturization
Those devices which quality performance meant stationary are now embracing new formats. The new Brane X portable speaker is just that. Thanks to radical new subwoofer trendy technology and large built-in processing power, this football-sized speaker produces deep, clear and powerful bass. For an all-in-one speaker, it reproduces amazingly spacious stereo sound.
The Brane X includes Bluetooth and Apple AirPlay support, and the built-in microphone array makes it a fully functional AI assistant Amazon Alexa speaker. It’s also IP57 rated, so it’s waterproof and dustproof, and the company says the built-in rechargeable battery lasts about 12 hours at medium volume. The company’s founder has experience with high-precision magnets, and he decided to apply that knowledge to another area where magnets are important: speakers.
Trend 10: Accessibility for all
The news that hearing in AI aids can now be sold without a prescription in the United States, thanks to a recent FDA ruling, has opened up a new market which is already a trending tech. One of the Artificial Int products introduced is the Eargo 7 designer headphones. Like previous models, these hearing AI aids are waterproof, fully rechargeable, and feature noise cancellation and sound processing.
Other famous brands have also released products to support people with disabilities or impairments. For example, Sony introduced Project Leonardo, a controller for the PlayStation 5 that allows people with limited mobility to play longer, and L’Oréal introduced HAPTA—a lipstick applicator for people with limited hand and forearm mobility.
What to expect in 2024 from artificial intelligence?
The year 2023 is fruitful for new AI technologies and the active development of artificial intelligence in general. Many innovations have already facilitated work in the IT sphere. But 2024 will be no less interesting, and we are already waiting for one of the most intriguing developments. Windows 12 is scheduled for release in 2024. It will be the first operating system to be partially created by artificial intelligence, and it will also be possible to use AI in the operating system itself.
Also, there is no distrustfulness that by 2024, we will use AI not only for marketing budget allocation but also to integrate parcels like your Amazon account, 3PL systems, CRM and product installations. It will make better visionary business opinions, reduce returns, address client churn and help redundant force outflow.
We have analyzed with you the top 10 AI trends that actively began to gain in popularity from the beginning of this year, and we also found out that there is already an intriguing release for 2024. We can state the fact that artificial intelligence will develop increasingly actively and delight humanity with new opportunities. We look forward to the next year and to new discoveries in the development and improvement of artificial intelligence.
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