Gartner: Gen AI — Artificial Intelligence Empowers a Generation of Radical Thinkers
The generation born after 2010 only knows a world with artificial intelligence technology. Prepare for Generation AI family members, consumers and workers who are creative, empowered and radical thinkers.
Maverick* Research: Gen AI — Artificial Intelligence Empowers a Generation of Radical Thinkers breaks new ground. The report introduces the idea that the generation born from 2010 will be the catalyst for extraordinary societal and economic change through their unprecedented use and acceptance of artificial intelligence (AI).
One of the advantages of a Gartner career is working with a wide range of analysts from outside my core 3D printing coverage area. The Gen AI report was published by Annette Jump and Federica Troni and I. We benefited from the stimulating insights of several AI analysts from across Gartner including Tom Austin, Tina Nunno and Daryl Plummer.
People born from 2010 on will consider artificial intelligence as much a part of their lives as anyone growing up in the 1980s considered access to personal computers a normal part of their lives. As “AI natives,” they will experience apps that have AI at the core as early as age two or three. By the time members of Gen AI turn 10, they will be using augmented reality, experiencing virtual reality, living with smart machines, and using artificial intelligence applications that mimic and extend human insights and prejudices.
Gen AI is here. Without understanding it, children worldwide are exposed to AI in small ways, on many days. It is only a matter of time — just a couple of years, actually — before the oldest of Gen AI start buying goods and games themselves. Within 10 years, Gen AI will be in the workforce, your workforce.
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Via the fine folks at Gartner.