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Annie Johnson, APAC CIO Outlook | Monday, August 23, 2021
AI in event management can simplify processes and allows companies to save time while keeping the human touch
FREMONT, CA: Artificial Intelligence, in particular, is causing a revolution in the events sector. Despite the knowledge regarding artificial intelligence, it's apparent that it has the potential to transform the way events are organized, attendees experience them, and the methods used to collect feedback from clients, customers, or attendees.
The definition of AI varies from one industry to another. It might be challenging to define artificial intelligence precisely. But it primarily refers to technology or machines that can interpret or communicate with an environment utilizing statements, syntax, or intelligent learning in the event business.
Whether people realize it or not, almost everybody uses artificial intelligence regularly. Chatbots are one of the most extensively used AI technologies, yet they're much more than what people see about them in the media.
How does AI affect the Event Industry?
Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing the way people do business and connect. AI streamlines processes and saves time while maintaining a human touch, and no one profits more than event planners from all this.
Event planning companies still have a long way to go before hiring virtual concierges and driving self-driving automobiles to the location. There have been several intriguing advancements and innovations in artificial intelligence for events up to this point.
Take a look at what artificial intelligence is already accomplishing in the event sector.
Due to artificial intelligence, companies can now engage with attendees more efficiently again. Instead of waiting for random contacts to develop in mutually beneficial business relationships, companies can now employ artificial intelligence algorithms to match participants throughout industries with matching interests, challenges, and objectives.
Saving Cost and Money-Making Opportunities:
Artificial intelligence can assist businesses in saving money and perhaps generating additional revenue. As a cost-cutting strategy, staffing will be reduced. Companies don't want to minimize human engagement in areas such as check-in and support personnel, where AI can take over part of the responsibilities. Nonetheless, AI will save money on temporary staffing.
Eliminating Language Barriers:
If there is one thing AI is good at, it is processing and translating languages. Whether companies arrange a global event or generally connect individuals across cultures, AI can reliably and immediately interpret web pages, content, and other event-specific communications.