SAS trends and predictions
AI will not take our jobs nor end civilization. But it will help make better decisions.
Will the generative AI craze continue into 2024? How will it impact your industry and your role? We've pulled together experts across many industries to talk about the latest in AI - and beyond. You'll learn about convergence in the health care industry, risk in the banking industry and an expanded use of analytics for public safety. You'll also hear from SAS executives about shadow AI, multimodal AI and digital twins. And that's not all. We'll be sharing more predictions and trends into the new year, so stop back often or subscribe below to stay in the know throughout the year.
We are entering the Dark Age of Fraud, where banks and credit unions will scramble to make up for lost time in AI adoption.
Stu Bradley, Senior Vice President of Risk, Fraud and Compliance Solutions, SAS
While new AI technologies in 2024 may cause some short-term disruptions in the job market, they will spark new jobs and new roles that will help drive economic growth.
Udo Sglavo, Vice President of Advanced Analytics, SAS
Generative AI can do a lot of things, but it can’t do everything. In 2024, organizations will use generative AI to augment, not replace, a comprehensive AI strategy.
Bryan Harris, Chief Technology Officer, SAS
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Like enterprises, governments will also increasingly turn to AI and analytics to boost productivity, automate menial tasks, and mitigate talent shortages.
Reggie Townsend, Vice President of the SAS Data Ethics Practice
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