How Your Company Could Be Tomorrow’s Surprise GenAI Leader
In Fortune, François Candelon, Philip Evans, Leonid Zhukov, and David Zuluaga Martínez write that the B2B GenAI industry will move towards smaller and more cost-efficient models with specific business purposes rather than large generalist models. BCG research reports that 85% of business leaders plan to increase spending on AI and GenAI in 2024, but cost of use may delay widespread adoption. High-performing specialist models can offer better data in their specific domain at lower costs. “These smaller models can, collectively, decouple performance from the cost of inference, unleashing GenAI adoption at scale,” the authors write.