From AGI to ROI: The 6 AI debates shaping enterprise strategy in 2024 

by | Jul 2, 2024 | Technology

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As I’ve been organizing VB Transform, our event next week focused on enterprise generative AI, I’ve noticed a stark shift in the scores of conversations I’m having with tech leaders. A year ago, it was all about how to embrace the magic of OpenAI’s GPT-4 throughout the company. Now their focus is on practical implementation and ROI. It’s as if the entire industry has hit reality mode.

As we enter the second half of 2024, the artificial intelligence landscape is undergoing a seismic shift. The initial excitement following OpenAI’s release of ChatGPT — which became the fastest product in history to attract 100 million users — has begun to wane. We’re moving from an era of near unbridled hype to one of reality, where enterprises are grappling with how to implement AI technologies in real products.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s pronouncements of “magic intelligence in the sky” sparked a frenzy among Silicon Valley developers, many of whom came to believe we were on the cusp of achieving human-level machine intelligence across all domains, known as artificial general intelligence (AGI).

However, as 2024 progresses, a more nuanced narrative is emerging. Enterprises grounded in the practicalities of implementing AI in real-world applications are taking a more measured approach. The realization is setting in that while large language models (LLMs) like GPT-4o are incredibly powerful, generative AI overall has not lived up to Silicon Valley’s lofty expectations. LLM perf …

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Don’t miss OpenAI, Chevron, Nvidia, Kaiser Permanente, and Capital One leaders only at VentureBeat Transform 2024. Gain essential insights about GenAI and expand your network at this exclusive three day event. Learn More

As I’ve been organizing VB Transform, our event next week focused on enterprise generative AI, I’ve noticed a stark shift in the scores of conversations I’m having with tech leaders. A year ago, it was all about how to embrace the magic of OpenAI’s GPT-4 throughout the company. Now their focus is on practical implementation and ROI. It’s as if the entire industry has hit reality mode.

As we enter the second half of 2024, the artificial intelligence landscape is undergoing a seismic shift. The initial excitement following OpenAI’s release of ChatGPT — which became the fastest product in history to attract 100 million users — has begun to wane. We’re moving from an era of near unbridled hype to one of reality, where enterprises are grappling with how to implement AI technologies in real products.

OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s pronouncements of “magic intelligence in the sky” sparked a frenzy among Silicon Valley developers, many of whom came to believe we were on the cusp of achieving human-level machine intelligence across all domains, known as artificial general intelligence (AGI).

However, as 2024 progresses, a more nuanced narrative is emerging. Enterprises grounded in the practicalities of implementing AI in real-world applications are taking a more measured approach. The realization is setting in that while large language models (LLMs) like GPT-4o are incredibly powerful, generative AI overall has not lived up to Silicon Valley’s lofty expectations. LLM perf …nnDiscussion:nn” ai_name=”RocketNews AI: ” start_sentence=”Can I tell you more about this article?” text_input_placeholder=”Type ‘Yes'”]

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