For those dwelling on the dirt and worm sides of rocks, the term “generative AI” probably doesn’t spark a conversation. For the rest of us, there hasn’t been a day over the last year when we didn’t talk or read about it. Almost every company is trying to figure out where they fit into the AI conversation and how to use it to their advantage.
As a B2B tech marketing and PR agency, we get a ton of questions about generative AI from our clients (but not our moms—they still don’t understand what we do for a living). In this edition of the Look Left @ Marketing Podcast, we grabbed three of our smartypants—Geena Pickering, Matt Raven and Bryan Scanlon—to answer some of the most common queries we get about this disruptive technology.
3:08 - Dispelling the notion that AI will make B2B tech marketers obsolete
7:30 - Generative AI can save time, but efficiency shouldn’t supersede content quality and accuracy
11:52 - Using human smarts and generative AI to develop messaging
14:43 - Companies positioning themselves as an AI company should do so with caution
17:34 - AI can help with SEO and content marketing, but sweat equity is still necessary to achieve desirable results
21:50 - Generative AI will compete with search engines moving forward
22:43 - Companies must be vigilant about having an AI policy to address copyright and data privacy issues
- Look Left blog: How We’re Using Generative AI
- Look Left blog: Is AI the New Mail Merge?
- Look Left blog: AI Prompt Engineering to Produce Better Outputs
- Look Left blog: How to Edit AI-Generated Content in B2B Tech
- Look Left blog: The Impact of ChatGPT on Your SEO Strategy