Generative AI refers to a subset of artificial intelligence that uses machine learning algorithms to create new and original content, such as text, images, or music, by learning from existing datasets.

Some examples of generative AI products and uses include:

  • DALL-E and Midjourney: Generate new abstract and photorealistic images from text descriptions
  • GitHub Copilot: Suggests new code to help software developers with programming tasks
  • DeepMind’s AlphaFold: Generates extremely accurate 3D protein folding predictions to accelerate scientific research.
  • Vyond: Animate characters for explainer videos, animated storytelling and smart video presentationsd
  • Duolingo Max: An interactive app that teaches users new languages.
  • An advanced AI assistant that can generate a wide range of written responses to user prompts in multiple domains such as customer support, sales, creative, and analytical scenarios.
  • Voice cloning and translation technology to transform videos into other languages, while preserving the speaker’s voice tone.

Adoption of generative AI is rapidly growing across creative and knowledge work domains.