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5 Trends in AI that will dominate 2023

Which tech advances do you need to prepare to face in the new year?

Artificial intelligence is our passion at Evo. We use AI to help businesses make better, more sustainable and more profitable decisions. That’s why we’re so excited to see it grow in stature. As AI matures, it opens doors.

Throughout 2022, AI has been on everyone’s mind, so it’s no wonder that as we approach a new year, people are curious about what will come next. What AI trends will 2023 hold?

At Evo, we believe there are five critical AI trends that will dominate the conversation in 2023.

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We’ve reached the tipping point with AI. In 2023, AI will become a constant feature of every part of life. How you work, play, get information, and even do regular everyday chores will be impacted by AI. It’s no longer possible to avoid AI, and this will become increasingly apparent over the next year.

AI is in the air. It’s seamlessly integrated into our lives now. At Evo, we work with AI, so obviously it’s a part of my work life, but I’m realizing just how often my kids and my husband interact with AI every day now, too. This is going to be a trend everyone will start noticing in 2023.

– Tina Xhemalallari, Technical Head of Staff

The scope of what that AI can do will also grow. Instead of just making smart devices ease home life, AI will be able to expand its reach and impact larger issues.

In 2023 cut edge AI development will extend its scope to global-scale problems and predictions, such as geopolitical or macro-economics. This dynamic will reach for large impacts rather than focusing on daily life applications.

-Pietro Quaglio, Evo’s Head of Engineering

Is that a good thing? It can be!

When AI is ethically developed and used, it can help us minimize waste, use our time more effectively and ease difficulties in our lives. In 2023, we will see the importance of AI grow alongside demands for it to be a force for good.

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Natural language processing (NLP) has advanced to an amazing level already. Earlier this month, Open AI released ChatGPT, a revolutionary prototype AI chatbot that uses NLP advances to communicate in a reliably human way. It probably could have written this article in my own writing style if asked! This buzz will carry into 2023, as people continue to discuss the value of AI communication.

In 2023, we can expect to see further advances in NLP, making it even more powerful and useful for a wide range of applications. This trend will allow computers to engage in conversation and carry out tasks based on written or spoken instructions… How do I know? ChatGPT told me! It wrote me an entire list of AI developments. It’s amazing what this technology has achieved, and I am excited to see how it will continue to develop in 2023.

-Benedetto Cavicchi, Evo Customer Success Manager


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For years, we’ve known that AI is critical for success in business. The Harvard Business Review makes it clear that few differentiators matter as much as your ability to use data effectively to make business decisions. In 2023, this trend will finally peak with adoption no longer feeling optional for any modern company.

Evo CEO Fabrizio Fantini has long seen this trend coming, and he’s happy we’re reaching the tipping point:

Today’s business decisions are too complicated to make intelligently without AI. AI needs to work for you, and I think every business that doesn’t already have plans to implement AI will realize its value in 2023.

Perhaps a driving force behind the growth of this trend is all the economic disruption of the past few years. Prescriptive AI systems were among the rare tools to help companies flourish.

The past years have been tough for retailers. Everybody has seen that supply chain and pricing have a strong impact on our lives and that we cannot apply the same strategy from one year to the other one. Predictive systems have to be highly responsive in the usage of historical data but also able to deal with elements of innovation. Who will be able to exploit all those opportunities will win and expand in the market.

-Giuseppe Craparotta, Evo’s Head of Client Delivery

In 2023, no company will be able to put off AI adoption any longer.

4. AI will become increasingly accessible to less technical people.

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Trends tend to go together. That’s why an increased focus on AI accessibility is inherently tied to the other trends we will see in 2023. As it becomes increasingly impossible to survive without the effective use of AI, it becomes that much more vital to make AI accessible to all people.

One way we expect that trend to manifest itself in 2023 is through growth in no-code AI.

No-code AI is going to be a big deal in 2023. The more we make AI possible for businesses to use without a large technical staff internally, the better outcomes we will see. AI can make businesses more sustainable, so we all win with wider adoption, not just the companies themselves.

-Ankita Sadhanandan, Evo’s Data Analytics Project Manager

Perhaps more importantly, people need to understand AI in order to trust it and use it. No AI will be accessible if it’s a total black box that seems out of reach. In 2023, AI explainability will become a growing concern within this accessibility trend.

Evo’s long valued explainable AI because it helps ease adoption, especially for people who might otherwise find the ‘black box’ intimidating. In 2023, I think the rest of the AI world will catch up as others increasingly demand AI accessibility.

-Elena Marocco, Evo’s Head of Product


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In 2023, AI’s coming for the metaverse — or at least, it’s going to connect the metaverse to the real world. Web3 is a trend everyone is talking about, and AI will soon provide us with ways to bridge the gap between the real and digital worlds.

What does that mean? Many AI technologies bring dreams from the digital world into the real world. Augmented reality, virtual reality, the metaverse: all these trends are likely to grow in 2023, and AI makes each more powerful.

But perhaps the best part is that AI frees us to enjoy both worlds more.

Evo CTO Davide Dal Farra has high hope for AI’s impact as it bridges that gap:

AI’s best promise is to free people from some of the drudgeries that confine them to work in the digital world on boring repetitive tasks and allow them to get back to enjoying things in the physical world. At least that’s what I hope we’ll see more of in 2023!


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These five trends are what the Evo team predicts will dominate the year to come, but, of course, there are many other ways that AI will change and grow in 2023. Inevitably, some trends will surprise us, and new technology will change the conversation in the coming months.

One thing is sure, however, AI importance will trend upward throughout 2023, and Evo will continue to build AI that works for everyone to serve that need.

About the author

Kaitlin Goodrich is Evo’s main storyteller who helps communicate Evo’s message to the world.
Kaitlin received her BS in International Affairs and Modern Languages at Georgia Tech and then an LLM in International Trade Law from the University of Turin. She worked in Latin America doing education outreach for U.S. binational centers and has since worked as a content writer for international clients.
In her free time, she likes to travel or curl up with a good book.

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