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The Future of AI: A Deep Dive into Gen AI and its Impact on AI Development with Krishna Tammana, CTO at Gupshup

Krishna Tammana, CTO at Gupshup, explores the transformative potential and ethical considerations of Gen AI at Cypher 2023.

In a recent talk at Cypher 2023, Krishna Tammana, the Chief Technology Officer at Gupshup, delved into the fascinating world of Gen AI and its influence on the broader landscape of Artificial Intelligence. The talk was a comprehensive overview of the current state of Gen AI, its potential applications, and the challenges it poses.

Tammana began by highlighting the significance of Gen AI, a new generation of AI that is capable of learning from data without explicit programming. He emphasized that Gen AI is still in its infancy but holds the promise of revolutionizing various industries, including healthcare, finance, and autonomous vehicles. The technology is not just about automating tasks; it’s about augmenting human capabilities and solving complex problems that were previously considered unsolvable.

The discussion then shifted to the ethical considerations surrounding Gen AI. Tammana pointed out that while the technology has the potential to bring about significant positive change, it also raises questions about data privacy, security, and the ethical use of AI. He stressed the importance of developing ethical frameworks and guidelines to ensure that the technology is used responsibly.

One of the most intriguing parts of the talk was when Tammana discussed the future of Gen AI. He mentioned that we are on the cusp of a new era where Gen AI will work in tandem with traditional AI to create more robust and intelligent systems. This synergy between the two forms of AI could lead to groundbreaking innovations that could change the way we live and work.

Tammana also touched upon the environmental impact of AI, stating that the technology is a significant consumer of computational resources. He noted that companies are investing heavily in research and hardware to make AI more energy-efficient. The speaker also highlighted the growing demand for edge computing, which allows for decision-making at the edge, reducing the need for data to travel back and forth between servers and devices.

In conclusion, Krishna Tammana provided a compelling glimpse into the future of Gen AI. While the technology is still in its early stages, its potential to transform various aspects of our lives is undeniable. However, as we move forward, it is crucial to address the ethical and environmental challenges that come with it.

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