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AI trends in 2023: the value is here

24 Jan 202314 min read

Marcin Kulawik

Marcin Kulawik

AI trends in 2023: the value is here

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is poised to revolutionise how we live and work, and its future looks brighter than ever. With the recent start of 2023 exciting developments and trends in AI are emerging. From healthcare and finance to transportation and virtual assistants, it is set to transform every industry.

In this article, we look at the key trends that will shape the development of AI in 2023 and beyond.

What is AI

Though it may seem mysterious and mystical Artificial intelligence is based on a human-made code. It is achieved through a combination of techniques such as machine learning, computer vision, natural language processing, and more. These techniques allow machines to process and analyze large amounts of data, recognize patterns, and make decisions based on that data.

Machine learning, in particular, involves training AI models using large sets of labelled data, allowing them to improve their accuracy over time. This can be done using supervised, unsupervised, or reinforcement learning.

The history of AI can be traced back to the 1950s when a group of researchers proposed the study of "thinking machines" and the possibility of creating intelligent machines that could mimic human thought. Early AI systems were based on rule-based systems, where the computer was programmed with a set of rules that it would use to make decisions. In the 1970s, AI researchers began exploring knowledge-based systems, which were designed to mimic how humans use knowledge to solve problems.

Because of this, computer systems are able to perform tasks that would typically require human intelligence, such as understanding natural language, recognizing images or making decisions. Artificial intelligence software can also be used to simulate human intelligence in things like chatbots and virtual assistants.

What can AI do?

AI seems unnecessary and only associated with sci-fi futuristic visions and concerns for some people. However, it is not that complicated and can help us improve our daily lives and make bigger tasks easier. AI is already making our lives more convenient and efficient, from self-driving cars to virtual personal assistants. Here are some examples of AI usage in the objects or software you may already know.

  • Transportation.

Have you ever heard of Tesla cars and wondered why they are so special? They gained recognition for the fact that are self-driving cars. These vehicles can navigate roads and avoid obstacles with relative safety. They use a combination of sensors and machine learning algorithms to perceive their environment and decide how to move. Another example is a self-parking feature on lower-priced cars. All of this is achieved with the help of AI, and with each step, we are closer than ever to realising the dream of fully autonomous vehicles that can safely transport us to our destinations.

  • Personal assistance.

Amazon’s Alexa was quite a revelation a few years ago. Other examples like Google Assistant and Siri are very similar and they all could be called Virtual assistants. They can understand and respond to spoken commands, making it possible to book things, set reminders and control smart home devices using just your voice. These systems use natural language processing (NLP) to understand the intent of the user's spoken commands, a particularly challenging task requiring sophisticated algorithms. This way you can ask your device to change a song or turn on the lights in your room.

  • Recommendations for products and services.

With so much information and many products, the choice of what to buy, what to watch or what other wants is really hard to make and can be frustrating. Those options can be narrowed down to a manageable size with the help of AI. By analyzing data about a user's preferences, behaviour, and demographics, AI-powered systems can predict which movies, TV shows, songs, and products they will likely enjoy. It is particularly useful for streaming platforms and e-commerce websites, where the sheer volume of content can make it difficult for users to find what they want.

How Artificial Intelligence Is Being Used

Since this technology has such great potential and can be extremely useful, different branches of industries undoubtedly invest in it and try to incorporate as much of it as possible. As stated before, AI can be used to improve efficiency and decision-making. The most prominent fields and best uses are:

  • Healthcare:

AI is used in healthcare to improve patient outcomes and streamline medical processes. One of the most notable applications of AI in healthcare is medical imaging, where AI-powered systems can quickly and accurately identify diseases such as cancer and other conditions. Additionally, AI-powered chatbots are being used to assist patients with mental health issues and help medical professionals with triage and diagnosis. This way small changes, implemented by this technology, greatly improve the speed of medical help and save lives.

  • Retail:

Nowadays retailers’ success is based mainly on creating positive brand recognition and unique experience for their customers. Since buyers are overwhelmed by unlimited choices it is crucial that companies invest in customizing the level of engagement in their brand. To monitor and predict customers' wants many companies incorporate AI in their business plans and as a helpful tool. For example, AI-powered chatbots can assist customers or other systems can predict the demand for products and optimize inventories. Additionally, AI-powered systems are being used to analyze customer behaviour and personalize the shopping experience for individual customers.

  • Banking:

As people’s income is always a sensitive topic and it holds big risks people would like to maximize the security levels of each process. In this case, AI is used to improve risk management, fraud detection, and optimize financial processes. It can also detect suspicious transactions and alert banks to potential fraud. Additionally, AI-powered systems are being used to analyze customer data and provide personalized financial advice.

  • Marketing:

This field also uses AI for improvements such as targeting and personalization of advertising and optimizing marketing campaigns. For example, it can be used to analyze customer data and identify patterns that can be used to target advertising and optimize marketing campaigns. Additionally, AI-powered chatbots can assist customers with product recommendations and answer questions about products and services.

As AI continues to evolve, we will likely see more and more applications of this technology in various industries, helping businesses to stay competitive and improve the lives of their customers.

AI is writing a code: AI in Software Development.

One of the most shocking uses of AI is that it helps in the process it is made from. There are practices when Artificial Intelligence software can help developers to write codes. AI-powered tools and techniques are being used to help programmers write code more efficiently and effectively. One of the most significant developments in this area is the concept of "Software 2.0," which refers to using AI to write code, rather than traditional human-written code.

  • DeepCoder:

One of the key technologies driving this shift is a system developed by Microsoft Research that uses machine learning to generate code. DeepCoder can take a set of inputs and outputs and then generate code to produce the desired outcome. This allows developers to quickly create new software programs without writing code from scratch. This tool could save a lot of programmers’ time which leads to lower prices in software development.

  • Diffblue

Another code-writing tool that can automatically generate code based on requirements is Diffblue. It can also be used to fix bugs and vulnerabilities in existing code. The technology uses machine learning algorithms to analyze existing code and identify patterns that can be used to generate new code.

  • IntelliCode:

It Is another tool that uses AI to assist developers in writing code. This tool provides developers with suggestions for code completions based on the context of the code they are writing and the patterns it has learned from analyzing code from thousands of open source projects on GitHub.

  • GitHub Copilot:

GitHub as one of the most popular source code hosting platforms also provides developers with an AI-powered tool. It helps to write code by providing suggestions for completions, imports, and method calls based on the context of the code. What is more, it learns from analyzing public code on the portal.

Is AI replacing programmers?

With such great results and unique abilities of AI, it seems almost threatening to many people. It is entirely understandable as the development of this invention can improve many processes that used to require a lot of work of humans, leading to partial replacement. It also may seem so dangerous as it is a decision-making tool, an ability that used to be reserved only for human beings.

Although the concerns are rational and should not be neglected, there is no need for real panic or for a negative attitude to take over us. While AI has the potential to automate many tasks that programmers traditionally do, it's essential to keep in mind that AI is still in its early stages of development. There are several examples of AI failure.

  • Tay

One example is Microsoft's Twitter chatbot "Tay", which was designed to mimic the language and behaviour of a teenage girl. However, within 24 hours of its launch, Tay began to spew racist and inflammatory comments, causing Microsoft to shut it down. This incident highlighted the challenges of creating AI systems that can understand and respond to natural language in a human-like way.

  • Baby Q

Another example is the Chinese chatbot Baby Q, designed to answer questions and provide information to users. However, the chatbot made headlines for its controversial responses to questions about sensitive political topics, highlighting the challenges of creating AI systems that can understand and respond to complex and nuanced issues.

  • Facebook bots

Yet another example is Facebook bots, designed to automate customer service interactions. However, the bots struggled to understand and respond to natural language, leading to frustration for users.

These examples of AI failure demonstrate the challenges of creating AI systems that can understand and respond to natural language in a human-like way. It also highlights that AI is still in its early stages of development and has a long way to go before it can replace programmers.

However, despite these examples of AI failure, there are also examples of AI being used to enhance the work of programmers. For example, AI can automate repetitive tasks, allowing programmers to focus on more creative and challenging work. Additionally, AI-powered tools such as DeepCoder, Diffblue and IntelliCode can assist programmers in writing code more efficiently and effectively.

Moreover, there is also some scepticism about AI from experts like Elon Musk who said that "AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization." He is also one of the advocates for the responsible development of AI and for the need for regulations to prevent AI from becoming a threat to humanity.


Artificial intelligence software is developing intensively and lately, it’s gaining much popularity and recognition. It helps us with day-to-day tasks such as voice recognition, transportation or recommendations, and more complex fields like medicine, marketing or finance.

Because it is such a powerful tool, society becomes sceptical or even sometimes negative towards it. There are assumptions that it may replace many workers and professions, which may seem alarming.

To calm arising concerns it is great to remember that AI is not currently at a stage where it can replace humans, but it has the potential to enhance and augment the work of people. While there are examples of AI failure, it's important to remember that AI is still in its early stages of development and will continue to evolve and improve over time. It's also necessary to consider the ethical implications of AI and the need for regulations to ensure its safe and responsible development.

As an example of AI usage, we created this article with the help of this technology.

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Marcin Kulawik

Marcin Kulawik

Founder and CEO of SolveQ. Huge fan of building things with purpose, agility, and having fun while changing the World. Loves his family, teammates, and nature.