Daily Wine News: AI & ChatGPT

Posted by | Posted in Wine News | Posted on 01-23-2023

On JaneAnson.com, Simon Pavitt ponders how ChatGPT — a computer program that can understand and respond to human language, and be used to generate text, answer questions, and perform other language-related tasks — could affect wine writers and sommeliers.

In the Buyer, Dan Hooper analyzes the future for AI in the wine industry. “With the advent of these more creative AI programs, it’s easy to see how creative agencies and hires could be cut from your brand’s marketing in the next few years. But I’m not convinced.”

In recent years an ever-increasing number of forward-thinking oenologists and growers have honed Albania’s potential for quality winemaking, finds Decanter’s Darrel Joseph, who highlights some the the country’s top producers and wines.

In Wine Enthusiast, Kathleen Willcox highlights the eco-friendly wineries working to create greener wines in both the vineyard and in the cellar.

The wine industry is failing to engage younger consumers. What can it do to change that? W. Blake Gray has some thoughts in Wine-Searcher.

In VinePair, Pamela Vachon explains three different approaches to making non-alcoholic wine.

On JancisRobinson.com, Paula Sidore takes a new look at an old Austrian region, Wachau, and its recent stylistic shift.

In Afar, Jessie Beck reports on how the Prisoner Wine Company is working to reform its problematic image and instead use its brand to promote positive change and prison reform.

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