So, digital marketers, man, they’ve really been getting into artificial intelligence. And hey, it makes sense, you know? AI can make content creation a hell of a lot more efficient. Like, you can create 200 versions of an ad in the time it used to take to make two. It’s insane.
But the downside is that we’re starting to see the drawbacks. With AI, things are becoming a bit too… uniform. The personal touch and emotion are getting lost. It’s like everything’s coming from the same place, even in really niche areas.
I mean, we’re still in the early stages of consumer-facing AI, and it’s disappointing how things are going. People were hoping social media would bring us all together, but now we’re just worried about job losses and how plain and wrong AI tools can be.
Most of our experience with consumer AI comes from ChatGPT, the text-based interface from OpenAI. It’s driving a lot of the conversation around AI, and it’s making us think AI can do all these amazing things, from writing code to customer support. But that’s not the full picture.
There are AI tools that are actually helping us be more human. Like, translation apps that can break down language barriers and make communication easier. And there are even AI tools to help you keep track of all those little details about the people in your life.
It’s not all bad, though. We’re also starting to see AI that can enhance our human experience. Like these wearable pins that use AI to help you stay in the moment and not constantly be staring at your phone. So, there’s definitely some reason to be optimistic about where AI can take us.
And hey, that’s the goal, right? AI should be enhancing our lives, not replacing human connection. We’ve gotta pay attention to the good signs, and remember that AI has the potential to make our lives better.