Generative AI has become an industry topic of utmost vogue, that perhaps we see a period of intellectual trespassing on this piece of technology. There is nothing surprising about it, since the technology itself has huge computational capabilities and represents a new form of technology portability, in the age of artificial intelligence. While some investors and start-up entrepreneurs may claim the rise of generative AI as a measure to develop early-stage AGI (artificial general intelligence), we believe the real picture is too complex to be side-lined or presumed.
In this report, all of the authors have provided a wider picture of the generative AI landscape in the context of the global economy. We have adopted a classification-based approach, where we have sorted out some of the most mainstream use cases of generative AI tools, and provided ontological categories to such applications.