article Artificial intelligence (AI) is a growing field and is expected to dominate the future of entertainment, according to the research arm of The Sport Business.
However, the research firm’s research shows that the term “artificial intelligent” is not only inaccurate but can also mislead potential customers.
The Sport Bible research arm has analysed thousands of articles published on popular news websites, which reveal how many articles are fake.
The analysis shows that about three-quarters of the articles published in the English-language media are fake, with a small percentage of articles showing an AI-generated image.
“Artificial intelligence is an exciting field and it has tremendous potential for economic growth and growth of the human workforce,” said the head of The Sports Bible, Jodi Rechtschaff.
“It has the potential to be a significant source of income and we believe that this will be the future.”
Artificial Intelligence could lead to new jobsArtificial intelligent is a term used to describe computers that are able to recognise objects and make decisions based on them.
It is an industry dominated by a small group of firms, and has emerged as an emerging technology for the entertainment industry.
“In the last decade, we have seen the growth of artificial intelligence and it is a fascinating field,” said Jodi Rachsch, chief executive of TheSportsBible.
“There is a lot of hype about AI and there is a huge amount of misinformation about it, especially online.”
We have seen a lot that is inaccurate.
Artificial intelligence is not new.
It’s been around for a long time.
“Artificially intelligent softwareThe research has revealed that the terms “artificially-enabled” and “artifially-accelerated” are often used interchangeably.”AI software is being developed with very little understanding of the technical capabilities, or the economic consequences,” said Ms Rachshach.”
The term ‘artificial-enhanced’ does not exist, so it is very difficult to identify whether a particular AI is a genuine product or a fake.
“If we can identify the difference between a genuine AI and an artificial-enhancement, we can then take action to ensure that the product is as safe and effective as possible.”
Artifactory artificial intelligence softwareAn article that contains a fake image (top left) is displayed to potential customers during the launch of the AI-enabled TV streaming service, the TV3, at the Tokyo Science Fair (top right).
The research suggests that the word “artifice” should be avoided in any article.
“A good article should be accurate, concise and complete,” Ms Richsch said.
The research also reveals that the artificial-intelligence market is still relatively small, with less than $300 million in sales in 2020, according a 2015 report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
However the future could be bright for the industry, with AI being used in everything from health care to banking and advertising.
“As artificial intelligence advances, we are looking at what kinds of products and services can be delivered through the system, and how to ensure they are safe and cost-effective,” Ms Rechsch said, adding that the company has seen AI “go from science fiction to reality”.
The Sports Bible says it is still researching AI and believes the field has a lot to offer the entertainment market.
“With AI, there is more and more of an opportunity for people to work together to make a positive difference,” Ms Jernstedt said.
“I am very encouraged by the enthusiasm and enthusiasm for artificial intelligence that has taken place in the last year.”