How will AI affect UX?

7 February 2023 Martin Cheetham

Ladies and Gentlebots, gather around for a short journey into the future of AI and how it’s going to change the experience of users on digital platforms.

First of all, say goodbye to those clunky, slow-loading websites and hello to lightning-fast, intuitive experiences. AI will be the one doing all the heavy lifting behind the scenes, analyzing user behavior and preferences to personalize the platform to each individual user. It’ll be like having a butler who knows exactly what you like and can cater to your every need. Except, you know, made of code and circuits.

But that’s not all! AI will also be taking over customer service. No more waiting on hold for hours, only to be transferred to five different people who still can’t help you. AI chatbots will be there to answer all your questions, 24/7. And the best part? They’ll never get frustrated or hungover, even on Monday mornings.

“Artificial intelligence is a tool, not a threat.” – Rodney Brooks

And what about those endless scrolling sessions on social media? Well, AI will be there to curate your feed, only showing you the posts that are actually relevant to you. No more random cat memes from your cousin’s cousin’s cousin, unless of course, that’s your thing. In which case, AI will make sure your feed is flooded with them.

But hold on, it gets better. AI will also revolutionize online shopping. No more searching through pages and pages of products, trying to find the perfect one. AI will be there to show you exactly what you’re looking for, based on your previous purchases and search history. It’ll be like having a personal shopper, but without the awkward small talk.

So there you have it, folks. The future of AI and how it’s going to change the digital experience for users. Get ready for a world of lightning-fast, personalized, and never-ending cat memes. What’s not to love?

In conclusion, AI is going to make our digital lives a lot easier, faster, and more entertaining. And who knows, with AI running the show, we might finally be able to escape the endless abyss that is the internet and go outside for once. But let’s not get too carried away.

Disclaimer: This was absolutely, in no way at all written by, or with the help of, a robot. Or was it…