There's a reason why I write quite frequently about AI.

The thing with AI is that contrary to other technologies that have changed our world this last century, we immediately start to feel its impact. Probably not because we are more educated about tech in general (far from it) but simply because there's a direct, visible feedback loop to our current lives. Whereas it took us twenty years to start to feel what the internet has changed around us, AI already feels impactful.

This is the change you should be paying attention to in your market. Not only the possibilities that AI is opening up but that you won't have five to ten years to adapt to it.

This is no hype.

This is now.

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The percolation of AI has started, and Microsoft is at the helm
After our full discussion about the GAFAM and other possible frailties, as they headed in 2023, I predicted a few things. One of them was that Microsoft would be uniquely able to leverage AI quicker and with more acumen than Google, Meta, Amazon, or Apple. Even if everyone is touting
Will AI (finally) kill time-based businesses?
A very interesting article shared by one of my friends two days ago captured my attention 100%. The article discusses how AI might (will?) change different business models, and one chapter addresses time-based businesses. Strange Ways AI Disrupts Business Models, What’s Next For Creativity & Market…
Why AI will be the new dominant business model
With the seemingly sudden rise of artificial intelligence as the new thing that no one saw coming (‘sigh’), there are vast amounts of media reports, business theories, and plain drama that use words like “revolution,” “disruption,” “breakthrough,” “obsolescence” or even “apocalypse.” But, convenient…
🟢 An optimistic take on how AI could help laggards leapfrog ahead
🚨Trigger warning. This might be an optimistic view of technology. If you feel uncomfortable reading such a shocking take on AI coming from me, feel free to skip this article. (What is wrong with me?) I trust we don’t have to overthink the top ten sectors that haven’t caught up
🟢 The year the GAFAM could disappear. Special episode, ChatGPT
This week, a special episode in our GAFAM series about ChatGPT (hey, you knew it was coming 🤗).
🟢 The year the GAFAM could disappear. Episode 2, Microsoft
In this series of five articles, I will discuss each of the current GAFAMs as 2023 might be the year their reign of supremacy on our life, work, and social connection comes to an end.
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