Dennis Consorte

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11 Ways Generative AI Will Change the Entertainment Industry

Generative AI is poised to revolutionize the movie, music, and entertainment industries in ways we can only imagine. To help you stay ahead of the curve and capitalize on this emerging technology, we’ve gathered insights from 11 industry experts on how generative AI will change the landscape and create new opportunities for entrepreneurs. From creating unique content with AI to enhancing live performances, these experts share their predictions and advice for the future of entertainment.

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14 Ways Generative AI Will Change the Way We Work

Machine-generated content is already transforming the way we work. We are moving past the stage where humans execute on ideas, to a future where humans will provide the ideas that machines execute on. Generative AI will completely transform the way we live and work over the next 10 years. To get ahead of the curve, we asked a panel of experts for their opinions on the benefits of AI generated content and other outputs of machine learning. Here’s what they had to say.

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8 Ways the Bing Integration With ChatGPT Will Transform SEO

People went crazy trying to use ChatGPT and other AI-generated content as a shortcut to content creation and SEO. If they haven’t learned yet, they’ll soon discover that Google doesn’t like machine-generated content. This will reflect in their rankings—or lack thereof as people learn that human-generated content will outrank AI-generated content. Now, Bing has incorporated ChatGPT into their search results and this is yet another reason not to cut and paste ChatGPT content onto your website. More than that, the Bing integration with ChatGPT will transform SEO. Want to know why? Read the expert tips below and learn all about machine-generated content and SEO.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work in 9 Industries

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work in 9 Industries

What’s in store for us when automation hits a tipping point? Many people are scared for their jobs. Don’t be. Accept that this is the future and lean into it. To make it, you will need to research your industry and think about what’s on the horizon. Then, think about the skills you can acquire over the next few years to future-proof yourself.

Recently, I wrote an article for Entrepreneur about AI-content and how to outrank it as a subject-matter expert or writer. The key was to highlight your experience, expertise, authority, and trust (EEAT) online. What we know today is that machine-generated content lacks the depth and experience that a human writer can provide. One way to show this is by including pictures in your content. AI-generated content is just one area where machine learning algorithms will flourish in the coming years. But you can use this example to think about your own industry, and what you can do to get ahead.

Read these expert insights about the future of work and how to get ahead.

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11 Ways that AI-Generated Content Will Transform Digital Marketing

11 Ways that Machine-Generated Content Will Transform Digital Marketing

If you’ve spent any time at all on social media, then you’ve likely come across lots of advice on how to use ChatGPT and other tools to produce AI-generated content. Most of this advice is bad. Like, really bad. I read, watched and listened to so much bad advice, that I felt compelled to write an article for Entrepreneur Magazine countering the bad advice about ChatGPT. Regardless, the future of machine-generated content is bright. Machine learning algorithms are improving by orders of magnitude and this sort of content will be integrated into the way we perform digital marketing moving forward. How? Read the tips and insights from marketing thought leaders below to find out.

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How AI-Generated Content Will Transform Digital Marketing

With the release of ChatGPT having free and open access to the public, spammers are coming out of the woodwork and Google is on high alert. According to the New York Times, Alphabet’s Google distributed a code-red memo over the concern that AI-generated content could displace their search algorithm. I’m skeptical that this will happen. Google is a vast organization with abundant resources and some of the best engineers in the world. However, it’s important to ideate through future changes and adjust your digital marketing strategy accordingly.

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