Click on any blog related to content marketing and you will read “Content is the king” somewhere mentioned there. Content with the right content strategy helps you build your brand, make it visible to your audiences, boost customer trust, increase conversion rate, and even close sales. But does this ‘king’ bring everyone the same profits? Here is your content strategy not working? Here are six reasons why.
Today, we see every one creating content, and over 70% of the marketers are even actively investing to scale content marketing. But the sad truth is — not all of these marketers are happy with the results they see.
In the majority of the cases, it is not the content that is to be blamed. It is rather the content strategy.
Despite putting in all the efforts to make the content work, many still see their content lost somewhere in the deep dark digital abyss.
With minimal views, zero interaction, no engagement, and certainly no conversion, the dream of dominating the world with your content could instantly turn into a nightmare. But there is a ray of hope that will pull you out from failing at your content strategy.
Here is a blog that will tell you the main reasons why your content strategy is failing and how you can fix the strategy to succeed.
Because You Are Writing for the Bots and Not Humans
One of the biggest mistakes that most of the companies make when following a content strategy is that they focus too much on making their content rank than making it interesting. Google bots have become super smart and would automatically rank your content if it is loved by the people.
If your target audiences are not able to connect with what you write — it will be of no value to your company.
You will never be serving your target audience if you stuff your content with keywords, key phrases, and links.
Check for your content strategy.
Is it totally backed by keyword analysis and nothing else? Are you just churning out new content every other day to make sure your keywords rank?
If that’s the case, your content strategy is never going to work. Here are some mistakes in your content strategy that are taking you down.
- Writing just enough (300 words) to fulfill Google guidelines without covering the complete topic.
- Unnecessary stuffing the content with long and short tail keywords that make no sense to the reader.
- Hyperlinking the content with just the service or product rather than linking it to informative pieces.
Quick Fixing Tip:
While writing content, you need to ensure that it is written with humans in mind and only optimized for search engines.
- Create content that is catering to the needs of your readers and is still optimized for search engines.
- Make sure it has at least 1,890 words. This way, it covers the complete topic and also makes Google web crawlers happy.
- Keywords are important. Place them strategically. Primary keyword once in the first paragraph, title, and URL.
- To avoid keyword stuffing yet ranking for the same, use LSI keywords to make your content look more natural.
- Link your content but make sure it is linking to both internal and external pages that provide value to your readers.
- Images are important to keep your reader entertained. You can use these images to gain ranking as well by adding Alt Tags and ensuring it ranks on Google images. When creating top-performing content on Google, you also need to add images with Alt Tags in it.
Because You are Scared of Experimenting with Content Forms
In an age when you are surrounded by content in all forms, limiting your content strategy to just blogs and articles is a sin. You might have a full-blown content strategy in place with a content calendar that ensures your writers churn out content pieces and post them on your website or external platforms. However, it is 2020 and your target audiences have gone far beyond consuming content through just one means.
Each business starts its content strategy from ‘having a blog page.’ And it is great as over 60% of the businesses that acquired more customers had a blogging channel in place. But thinking that that’s enough is where you start failing.
You need to study your buyer persona and the stage they are in the buyer journey to offer them the required kind of content for a successful inbound marketing initiative as well.
For example, a buyer in the awareness stage would like to have blogs and ebooks or guides around the topic. Those in the consideration stage might look for whitepapers, blogs on ‘tips’ or ‘best ways’, etc. And those in the decision stage of their journey would rather look for case studies, videos, industry reports in the niche.
The mistake you are doing is that you are offering all types of buyers in all stages of their buyer journey with the same content. Neither are you looking at the buyer demographics nor on the stage of their journey to create customized content.
If your content strategy is failing even in the times when content is the king, know that it is the time to diversify.
Quick Fixing Tip:
- The best way to diversify your content strategy is by repurposing your content. This way, you don’t have to increase your team size to create all types of content. You simply need to repurpose the content that’s already available with you. In fact, 60% of marketers use their one piece of content in two to five ways.
- Turn your content into different forms like videos, podcasts, ebooks, pdfs, infographics, etc., to ensure it reaches audiences in the way they consume their content.
- Look for content that is already working with the audiences and update in to make it brand new. Add new pointers, create images, and make it eye-catchy, provide new examples, improve the layout, and much more to ensure it keeps the visitors engaged.
- Create videos from your engaging blogs
- Make social media graphics to build your community of readers there
- Offer downloadable content in the form of pdfs, guides, whitepapers, etc.
- Transform your long-form content into ebooks and send them across to your clients
- Create a buzz among your audience by creating a post that talks about the best round-up posts.
- If you have some really good information-rich content, create webinars from them to build your authority in the niche
Because Your Competitors Already Dominate the Niche
Your content is good, you are producing all types of content, and even promoting it right. Yet, you are not able to succeed with your content marketing. Why?
Maybe because your competitors are way too strong.
Yes, one of the main reasons why a majority of the businesses see their content strategy failing is because they are up against industry giants. Many times, businesses are doing nothing wrong, it’s just that they are in an industry or market that is already dominated by big names. In such situations, it is only human to feel that it is not much you can do. But giving up should never be the case.
Think you cannot fight the saturated or dominated market? You can.
Quick Fixing Tip:
If you are also in an industry where your competitors have left no scope for you and no matter what you do, your content is still not working, here is what you can do.
- Offer problem-solving content to ensure that your target audience can rely on you for solutions
- Be consistent with your content delivery and never back down. Slowly and steadily, you will reach the top.
- Start with building a small niche group of followers with your content and start expanding it.
- Try the skyscraper method of creating content where you find the best piece of your competitor’s content and generate something even better.
- Look where they are lacking through a thorough competitor analysis. There must be something they are missing out on and that’s where you need to hit with your content strategy.
Because You Are Not Creating Valuable Content
Producing content for content’s sake is not going to take you far. It should always provide some value to your audience. A very prominent reason why the majority of the companies do not succeed with their content is that they get too busy simply churning out content pieces one after the other without considering if it is working for their audiences or not.
You are not thinking about your audience while creating content. It is only the numbers you are worried about. And the same thing has passed on to your writers as well. They aren’t worried about content quality or the value it would create with the readers, they are simply meeting the deadlines and targets of writing x number of words each day.
Quick Fixing Tip:
When it comes to writing valuable content for the audiences, there are many things you can do. Here are some of them:
- Have a buyer persona and analyze the characteristic of the audience to know what kind of content they like. You need to find what clicks your audience and create content that engages them.
- Your content team should be experienced and know how to create high-quality content. You cannot expect them to create great content if you haven’t familiarized them with your target buyer personas. Make sure they have complete information about your company’s offering, working process, and the target audience so that they can create valuable content.
- Make your content stand out by adding some unique qualities to them and offer value in one way or the other.
- Give a different angle or perspective to your content to ensure that it is creating more value for your audiences
- Talk to your sales or business development team to know the questions that the customers are actually asking and create content on that.
- Pay attention to the content type that is not working with your target audience and either stop doing that in your strategy or try to improve them.
Because Your Content Promotion is Not On Point
Content marketing is not just about content. It’s second half talks about marketing and that is where most people fail. Many people have talented content writers who tell the company stories in a perfect manner while also offering value. But they lack in promoting the content on the right channels.
Your content strategy would definitely not work if you are doing nothing about the content once it has gone live on your website.
How do you expect your users to find the content? Do you expect them to type your blog URL to reach the page? No one would do that, of course.
How will they reach your content? They will reach your content when you know how to promote it.
Take, for example, Robbie Richards, a professional that helps growth-stage SaaS companies with their SEO strategies. His page was just a month old with no backlinks or anything. Yet, he grew his traffic by 272% in just 30 days. How?
Having a content strategy that emphasizes on creating great content and promoting it right. He used Buzzbundle tool, weekly round-ups, forum marketing, etc.
Quick Fixing Tip:
There are some simple and quick tips that can help you improve your content strategy through promotion.
- Send out email newsletters to all your subscribers for your blog posts
- Share each of your blog posts on social media platforms that best suit your business and audience in a very engaging manner. Don’t forget, over 74% of your users are on social media. But make sure you target your content according to social media platforms. LinkedIn for business posts, Instagram for cultural posts, Pinterest for infographics, Twitter for mentioning industry experts, etc.
- When sending out emails to your prospects, you can link your informative posts in the email to give them value and get more traffic on your site.
- Reshare your content on different reposting channels like Medium etc., with your original link as canonical to reach out to wider audiences.
- Answer questions on Quora, Reddit, etc., while linking to your blog post to get interested readers from there.
Because You Aren’t Tracking Content or Wasting Your Data
Data is imperative in today’s world and you need to make complete use of the data that you have to improve your content strategy. Basically, if you are not backing your content strategy with data, you are simply taking the guess-based approach. And that is not going to take you too far.
It is important that you track each piece of content and know the numbers to not just formulate your content strategy but also improvise it accordingly.
The data collected from tracking and analysis of content, marketing campaigns, and other similar things can be very useful in strengthening your content strategy and making it fool-proof.
Quick Fixing Tip:
- Google Analytics, Hubspot Analytics, SEMrush, and many more tools are available to help you analyze your content performance
- Looks at the page views, bounce rates, average session, etc., to see how your content is performing
- See the referral traffic and make sure sharing content there becomes a routine
- Have a monthly report to see where the traffic arrives most and from where. Create content and promotion strategies accordingly.
On an Ending Note
Like having a correct inbound strategy is imperative for digital engagement, a correct and fail-proof content strategy is also crucial for your success. In fact, if done right, your content strategy can get you three times more leads than paid search advertising. All you need to do is find the reasons why it is failing and fix them to succeed.
In this blog, we covered all the major reasons that lead to the failure of content strategy and how you can quickly fix them. You can perform content audits regularly and see ho everything is working out. Once done, implement the quick fixing tips and do not forget to include these implementations in your content documentation as, without it, your strategy would not stand.
- To make your content strategy work, make sure your content is written for humans and well-optimized for search engines.
- Creating just one kind of content would bore your audience. Treat them with variety and serve them with a mix and match of video, blogs, podcasts, infographics, etc.
- The content should always provide value to the readers and compel them to take some action.
- Do not worry if your industry is already dominated. Offering value consistently would help you carve your niche.
- Just pushing down chunks of content on your website wouldn’t suffice. Promoting the content should take an important part of your content strategy.
- You also need to monitor all your content efforts. Otherwise, how would you know what’s working and what’s not? With proper tracking, you can create more value-driven content that will resonate with your customers’ requirements.
Gabb Wireless Raises $14M in Series A Funding Led by Sandlot Partners and Taysom Hill – ReadWrite
Gabb Wireless Raises $14M in Series A Funding Led by Sandlot Partners and Taysom Hill
Gabb Wireless™ set itself apart from the crowd in 2018 when Founder and CEO, Stephen Dalby said, “enough is enough,” and began his journey to provide the only safe phones-for-kids.
LEHI, UTAH – APRIL 20, 2021
Dave Jensen, Managing Partner of Sandlot Partners, announced today that, “Sandlot Partners is investing and partnering with Gabb Wireless not only because of its impressive growth and positioning to lead the $30 billion smartphones-for-kids market — but also because it is providing solutions to address the significant screen time addiction problem in our society.”
Gabb Wireless™ is the first of its kind — a company determined to protect children by providing a safe cellular network for kids and their phones. Gabb created the only safe phones-for-kids serving this underserved demographic. Gabb announced this week that it closed a $14 million round of Series A, led by Sandlot Partners and New Orleans Saints quarterback, Taysom Hill.
“As an investor, Gabb checked all the boxes with its impressive growth, founding team and total addressable market. But it’s so much more than that for me. It’s the emotional side of the investment. I love the idea that we can help build something to help save kids in an area with so much need and demand. My wife Emily and I try to be pretty selective of who we tie our brand to — and when considering the chance to invest and partner with Gabb, it was a no-brainer for us and something that we are extremely excited about,” said Saints quarterback, Taysom Hill.
Stephen Dalby, Gabb Founder & CEO, announced the partnership with Sandlot Partners and Taysom Hill. “We’re excited to announce our partnership with Sandlot Partners and Taysom Hill, who share our passion for driving impact and providing solutions to the growing screen addiction among adolescents.”
“Sandlot has a strong track record of fueling growth and adding value to their portfolio companies. Taysom’s accomplishments as a BYU and Saints quarterback are well documented, and he’s also very impressive off the field and will be a great brand ambassador for the younger demographic Gabb is targeting.”
Kids need to be protected — and Gabb resolved on an action to do just that. Gabb set itself apart from the crowd in 2018 with a steadfast purpose to get safe, effective phones into the hands of parents who want to protect their children from inappropriate content and disturbing practices on social media and games, and other screen-time issues on the internet.
For some time, it’s been known that social media is affecting our youth with cyberbullying and other societal ills. The average child or pre-teen spends about four to seven hours a day of screen time. This disproportionate amount of time in front of a screen has caused depression, anxiety, and even sexual abuse among young adolescents.
Gabb said, “enough is enough,” and began its journey as a mobile virtual network operator, creating the safest technology available for children today. Gabb offers age-appropriate products to give kids the freedom to explore and their parent’s peace of mind. Children can enjoy their first phone experience with the affordable, $100 phone that protects them from internet dangers. Learn more at www.gabbwireless.com.
Gabb has had an unprecedented year of 471% growth and will use the proceeds from the Series A financing to accelerate efforts to provide safe phones for kids and expand its product lines — increasing Gabb’s total addressable market with these safe alternatives for parents of kids ages five to 15.
Sandlot Partners is an independent private investment firm partnering with noteworthy management owners and founders. Sandlot Partners help maximize the growth potential of businesses by providing companies with growth capital, strategic guidance, and partial liquidity. Sandlot leverages its network of founders and operators, identifies growth opportunities, helps structure, and offers additional strong risk-adjusted private investment opportunities. Sandlot investors also include family offices, strategic individuals, and like-minded institutions seeking strong alignment and providing patient capital.
Cooley, LLP, and VLP Law Group provided legal services for this transaction.
How to Build a Startup Team With an Entrepreneurial Mindset – ReadWrite
Much of your startup’s success will depend on the quality and integrity of the team you put together. With talented, committed, hardworking people, even a merely decent idea can turn into something groundbreaking. Conversely, even a great idea can struggle to survive if it doesn’t have a solid team in place to support it.
Obviously, you’ll need to work hard to choose the right people for your team – individuals with a solid experiential background, proof of ample talent, and genuine passion for the business. But beyond that, you’ll need to work actively to equip your team with the right mindsets and philosophies to guide them to productive, innovative work.
While there are conflicting opinions for what type of company culture works “best,” there’s no denying that your company can (and likely will) benefit from building a team with an “entrepreneurial mindset.” But what is this mentality, and how can you construct it from scratch?
What Is an “Entrepreneurial Mindset?”
Let’s start with a description of the “entrepreneurial mindset.” This is an internalized mentality, philosophy, and approach to working within the members of your team that mimics what the most ambitious entrepreneurs tend to feel.
The mindset includes:
- Creativity. Entrepreneurs are creative types. They want to create new ideas, modify existing ones, and come up with inventive new ways to deal with problems. They’re not afraid to think outside the box and try out new concepts – even if they don’t work out. They also like to encourage and promote creative ideas from other people, providing feedback, direction, and motivation to their teammates.
- Autonomy and independence. The entrepreneurial mindset also prioritizes autonomy and independence. Entrepreneurs in a business environment don’t wait for someone else to tell them what to do, and they generally don’t have to run their ideas through a bureaucratic chain of command to take action. Instead, they trust themselves, they operate decisively, and they remain agile. In an entrepreneurial environment, your employees will function autonomously in most cases as well.
- Change and growth. To be an entrepreneur is to accept the importance of change and growth. The only way for your business to reach more people and make more money is to evolve; that means adding new products and services, changing internal processes, and sometimes, pivoting the entire brand.
- Experimentation and adaptation. You probably already know how important it is to remain flexible and adaptable when growing your business. It’s also important for your workforce. With an entrepreneurial mindset, your team of employees will be much more likely to experiment with different approaches and adapt to new scenarios.
- Ambitious problem solving. Successful business owners are primarily ambitious problem solvers; they understand there’s some weakness or challenge in the world and are driven to “fix it.” With this mentality, your employees will be more likely to show enthusiasm when solving problems and rising to meet challenges.
The Value of an Entrepreneurial Team
So what’s the real value of an entrepreneurial team?
For starters, you can cut back on direct management and oversight. When all members of your team feel like they have a direct impact on their work environment, and when they’re empowered to do their best, they don’t need as much direction or supervision. Instead of looking over their shoulder, giving them project details, or micromanaging your employees, you can set priorities for them, trust that they’re going to work toward them, and shift your attention to more important matters. This lends itself to a less stressed, more inviting workplace – and allows you to be more productive while tackling the most important projects for your startup.
An entrepreneurial mindset also leads to a diversity of thought. When individuals are encouraged to have their own ideas, thoughts, and opinions, they tend to speak more openly in a collaborative environment. They’re more willing to volunteer ideas, offer constructive criticism, and provide meaningful feedback to each other. Such an environment makes it much easier to identify and get rid of bad ideas (before it’s too late), while simultaneously establishing the groundwork for the presentation of highly ingenious concepts.
Additionally, startups need to keep adapting if they’re going to stay alive. Over time, your target market might change, you might face new competition, and new challenges will threaten your previous approaches. The only way forward is to adapt, incorporating new systems and processes and changing your infrastructure. Ordinarily, teams of employees are reluctant to adapt – after all, most of us don’t particularly like change. However, when the team accepts the importance and value of ongoing adaptability, they’ll be much more likely to be onboard with your latest changes and experiments.
How to Build a Startup Team With an Entrepreneurial Mindset
Now for the big question – how can you build an entire startup team with a baked-in entrepreneurial mindset?
- Create the culture. Everything stems from your company culture. Before you employ any of the following strategies, make sure you have a solid idea for what you want your company culture to be. What are your core values? What is the “ideal” employee mindset? How should this mindset be fostered? What rules exist, if any, to enforce this? Document your company culture guidelines first.
- Choose the right candidates. With a culture document in place, you’ll find it much easier to interview candidates – and find out whether they’re a good fit for this environment. Even if they have a lot of talent and experience, they may not thrive in an entrepreneurial workplace; figure this out early, before you hire someone.
- Lead by example. You’re the leader, so set the tone. People will follow your example. Whatever habits you want your employees to practice, incorporate them into your own daily work.
- Nurture from the top down. You’re not the only leader within your organization, so make sure you select and support strong leaders who can embody and spread your desired entrepreneurial culture from the top down.
- Encourage independent management and decision making. Sometimes, employees will have to run their idea “up the ladder” before taking action. But as much as possible, it’s important to encourage autonomy and independent decision making. Empower your employees to make their own decisions, set their own goals, and devise their own approaches to work.
- Stimulate creativity. Creativity is vital for an entrepreneurial mindset to thrive. Use creative brainstorming sessions, music, art, and other exercises to encourage your team to think in novel ways.
- Get everyone to contribute in meetings. Encourage every member of your team to contribute in your meetings. More contributors will foster an environment of openness and collaborative sharing; it will also help you ferret out the best ideas, which otherwise might be held back by nervous participants.
- Reward good ideas. When a member of your team comes up with a good idea or solves a complex problem, reward them and publicly praise them. It will encourage further idea generation in the future and motivate other team members to volunteer their own ideas.
- Respect bad ideas. It’s not just about good ideas; it’s also important to tolerate and even respect bad ideas. When someone volunteers a questionable idea or makes a poor decision, show your support. Feel free to offer feedback and criticism, but don’t make the person feel bad for trying to do something inventive or helpful. You don’t want to punish people for trying something new.
- Remain adaptive. The most innovative, disruptive businesses are the ones that can adapt. Encourage your team members to remain similarly adaptable, keeping an open mind for new ideas and being willing to change when necessary.
Once your team is full of people thinking and acting like entrepreneurs, your company will be much more flexible, innovative, and productive. And best of all, this entrepreneurial culture tends to be self-sustaining; your employees will naturally spread it to new recruits and continue to foster this creative, efficient environment.
Will AI dominate in 2021? A Big Question – ReadWrite
In 2020, AI had rapid transformations and unexpected developments along with excellent innovations. We, as humans have entered into the most digitalized era of all times.
Due to the pandemic of coronavirus, technology has become the central focus like never before. Internet and social media witnessed a tremendous boost as well. No doubt but the COVID-19 brought about massive success to most technological fields.
Will AI dominate in 2021? A Big Question
With progressive developments and advanced modifications in technology, Artificial Intelligence needs no introduction. This groundbreaking technology has been so promising for the past several years and is moving at an advanced pace.
We are Captivated by Artificial Intelligence
Agreeing with the fact that the technologies are captivating us completely with their interesting innovations and gadgets. From Artificial intelligence to machine learning, IoT, big data, virtual and augmented reality, Blockchain, and 5G; everything seems to take over the world way too soon.
Keeping it to the topic of Artificial Intelligence, this technology has expanded its grip on our lives without even making us realize that fact. In the days of the pandemic, the IT experts kept working from home and the tech-grounds kept witnessing smart ideas and AI-driven innovations.
Artificial Intelligence is also the new normal.
Artificial Intelligence is going to be the center of our new normal and it will be driving the other nascent technologies to the point towards success. Soon, AI will be the genius core of automated and robotic operations.
In the blink of an eye, Artificial Intelligence can be seen adopted by companies so rapidly and is making its way into several sectors. 2020 has seen this deployment on a wider scale as the AI experts were working from home but the progress didn’t see a stop in the tech fields.
For the year 2021, Artificial Intelligence is expected to level up to a great extent and is going to deliver phenomenal AI implementation.
Artificial Intelligence in 2021
Even if we talk about the days before the pandemic, AI and ML were already causing drastic changes and widespread disruption in all sectors and industries. Now after the whole year that is passed in the quarantine, in 2021 — we are expecting everything to resume back to normal.
Artificial intelligence and related technologies are going to be the biggest key components that would be impacting almost every sector. Yes, this impact is definitely going to be highly positive so we don’t have to look at the darker side — yet.
With the passing of time, AI would become a key trend that will reshape our home, personal, and work life. This can be pretty alarming right away but soon you will find the advantages that AI will bring.
-The global artificial intelligence software market is estimated to grow speedily in the coming years and would reach up to $126 billion by 2025, a recent report reflected.
In this article, I will show you the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the whole world. With the below-written trends, you will be able to gain an insight into how Artificial Intelligence is reshaping every sector.
It is predicted that whoever leads artificial intelligence in 2030 will continue to rule the world in 2100.
Trends in Artificial Intelligence for 2021
Will AI dominate in 2021? It is the hottest topic and the biggest question running through everybody’s mind.
Artificial Intelligence is going to bring a huge change in the industry and in almost all sectors. We are looking forward to seeing Hyperautomation in every field. This is basically the idea of embedding everything with the automated processes. The repetitive tasks must be done with automation.
AI-powered solutions will help businesses a lot over here and would help these businesses to be redefined. Intelligent technologies will also reshape workplaces with phenomenal capabilities.
AI-driven dynamic operating models:
Most industries are going to adopt Artificial Intelligence for data-driven strategies and to come up with smart technologies and solutions. Due to the pandemic, almost every business has witnessed a loss. Now, everybody is pretty clear that their future plans need to be smoothed out, via Artificial intelligence.
Also, Artificial intelligence is going to bring rapid changes in decision-making as well. Companies look forward to saving their time and cost both and this would be enabled by using the AI.
Autonomous operations for increased efficiency:
In almost every sector, management looks for options that can help the company to be efficient and more secure than ever. AI will bring a boost and the businesses will implement the technology to bring autonomous operations on the stage that will enhance efficiency and the processes will get simplified.
Multiple technologies will play a significant role and the AI will become the center of the activities. Taking care of all the operations and making them more simplified and enhanced, AI will play a vital plank.
The field of Artificial intelligence engineering is on the rise. People look forward to pursuing their career paths in the niche of AI to get a secure job future. CEOs and IT leaders of the company are looking forward to deploying new artificial intelligence systems that are maintained and more simplified.
AI is also becoming the core of education and we are going to witness a huge change in the education field knowing as the personalized learning in the form of ML or machine learning. Companies are also going to go for robust engineering strategies to enhance performance.
Convergence of AI into AIoT:
The AI and IoT are turning old concepts into the new concept of AIoT — and it’s on the rise. The internet of things and artificial intelligence are being combined to come up with a newer form of technology. Adding AI into the IoT would help the AIoT to complete the tasks and to learn the data without the involvement of humans.
AIoT will be a lot more defined and will dominate the tech industry. Up to 21% of homes will become smart homes in 2021. AIoT will also be able to adjust in the cities and buildings.
Another amazing concept is brought about by Artificial intelligence and the technology of the internet of things. Edge-AI is the technology of moving the decision-making process seamlessly and the provision of secure and analyzed data is the responsibility of edge AI as well. This is the pure blend of edge computing and artificial intelligence.
With the help of edge-AI, the smart devices would use AI algorithms and edge computing to come up with the data processing. This will be deployed to every smart gadget and device including mobiles, laptops, drones, robots, self-driven cars, and cameras, etc.
The total cost of AI:
Earlier, it was considered as only the tech giants can use the AI technology but now the startups and the small software initiatives can also look out for the deployment of Artificial intelligence. It is now more accessible to all the companies and they can use the tools of their choice along with the frameworks.
The projects that are powered by AI and ML are expected to grow tremendously. The companies are looking forward to integrating AI into their systems and making their processes go seamless.
Explainable AI is going to be in the trend of 2021 and is going to dominate for sure. The explainable AI would help the data scientists to create trust across all the companies and the merchandise that are dealing with the AI and ML projects. The model explainability will also be kept in front of AI experts.
The biggest artificial intelligence vendor, Google, has also offered the development tools and frameworks revolving around the concept of explainable AI. We are looking forward to seeing some more interesting projects that are based on the explainable modules of AI.
Quantum computing on rise:
If we say AI is here to stay — then it would definitely not be wrong. As we can see that along with AI, quantum computing is also on the rise. Here AI will combine with the quantum theory that revolves around the concept of computer technology and its principles. Both the technologies together are going to bring drastic changes.
With the increased demand for computer science and technology, artificial intelligence and quantum computing are the most thriving technologies of the industry.
AI as the service:
The demand for AI is rapidly increasing. People are looking for the experts of AI and the professionals who can create custom AI projects so this is indirectly helping the artificial intelligence experts to rise in demand. These professionals are working to provide IT services as well.
Artificial intelligence will continue to thrive for a very long so if the students are going to opt for this career field, they are definitely going to land a bright future.
Artificial Intelligence will continue to dominate the world in 2021. It will soon take over every sector and industry and will continue to thrive.