As the CEO of a successful tech and gaming company called Kanon Gaming, I have always been fascinated by the potential of artificial intelligence (AI). With a background in AI myself, I have been following its progress for over a decade, and I am constantly amazed by the ways in which it is changing and improving our world.

One area where we have seen tremendous success is in our marketing strategies. By leveraging the power of AI, we have been able to drive more targeted and effective campaigns, resulting in strong growth for our company. We have had an amazing 250 per cent year-on-year growth from 2021 to 2022, and we expect to see an even steeper growth curve in 2023.

Kanon Gaming CEO Nikolai Livori

However, success in the tech industry is never guaranteed, and it is crucial to stay up to date with the latest technologies in order to remain competitive. This is especially true when it comes to AI, which is advancing at an incredible pace.

One way that we have stayed ahead of the curve is by investing in research and development. I am constantly exploring new ways to apply machine learning and other AI technologies to our business. This has allowed us to identify new opportunities for growth and stay ahead of the competition.

Another way that we have kept up to date with the latest AI technologies is by building partnerships and collaborations with other companies and organisations. For example, we have worked with other third-party companies (especially for CRM) and research labs to access cutting-edge technologies and use them effectively in our product.

Overall, AI has the potential to revolutionise the way we do business, and I am committed to staying at the forefront of this exciting and rapidly evolving field. By leveraging the power of machine learning, we can improve efficiency, reduce costs, and provide a better experience for our customers.

Today, AI is being used in a wide range of industries, from healthcare and finance to retail and manufacturing. Here are just a few examples of how AI is being used in the business world today:

Customer service: AI-powered chatbots and virtual assistants are being used to handle routine customer inquiries, freeing up human customer service reps to handle more complex issues.

Supply chain management: AI is being used to optimize the flow of goods through the supply chain, improving efficiency and reducing waste.

Predictive analytics: Machine learning algorithms are being used to analyze large datasets, helping businesses to predict future trends and make more informed decisions.

Fraud detection: AI is being used to identify patterns and anomalies in financial transactions, helping businesses to detect and prevent fraud.

As AI continues to advance, I believe that we will see even more innovative applications in the coming years. Some of the trends that I am most excited about include the use of AI for natural language processing, the development of self-driving vehicles, and the use of AI to optimise energy usage in buildings.

A few years ago, I founded the mother company of Kanon Gaming, called MathEpic, where my studies and research revolved around Predictive Analytics. A decade later, the tools at our disposal are incredible, and if they had been available 10 years ago, our business would have taken a different path.

Kanon Gaming has evolved from the initial idea of mining into Sports Betting odds and finding opportunities for arbitrage betting to a sportsbook, and now is mainly an only Casino operating in different jurisdictions.

If anyone has interesting AI projects that they would like to share with us, please contact me on LinkedIn; I am very open to collaboration.


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