How AI is opening up business opportunities for non-native English speakers

In November 2022 the world underwent a paradigm shift when ChatGPT went live and we’ve been seeing something of a revolution ever since. The way in which it allows us to get more done in a fraction of time feels transformative, but that’s really just the tip of the iceberg. What we could be seeing now are the beginnings of a global language that allows people from all over the world to work together like never before.

How is this possible?
AI is a fast and inexpensive way to perform translation that is ‘good enough’ for people to communicate, and it is also a great tool for brainstorming and ideation. Now, let’s focus on the first point for a moment.

By allowing people from anywhere in the world to talk seamlessly with one another, AI removes the conventional borders that stop trade and commerce. Language barriers could quickly become a thing of the past, and all in a way that enables those from non-English speaking countries to accelerate beyond what is being done in the West. It’s certainly an interesting thing to think about for the future.

Which countries could see the biggest impact
While we never wish to be ageist, it’s fair to say that new tech paradigms are going to be embraced most quickly and efficiently by younger generations. Look for countries where they have a rapidly accelerating population (and therefore a population that skews young) to really get to grips with AI at pace.

We’re not talking about state actors and governments here — we’re talking about everyday people who want to use AI to achieve their goals. Those who aspire to use it to change their lives will be far more driven to put it to good use than those who are simply trying to take a shortcut on a …read more

Source:: Colombo Telegraph