🟢 Gartner Hype Cycle: signal or noise?

Gartner Hype Cycle has become a standard tool for most corporations involved in technology (but at this point, who's not?). In my experience, it's still poorly understood and often leads to wishful and sometimes even magical thinking. Let's try to fix that.

🟢 Gartner Hype Cycle: signal or noise?
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It's difficult not to be caught up repeatedly on what ChatGPT is doing – or actually, not yet done – to the market. Behind this current craze, there's the logic of dealing with hype, as defined by the Gartner Hype Cycle framework. And I realize that although I frequently refer to this framework, I've never fully explained why it's useful and its limits.

⏮ [ Looking back at ] technology, hype, and predictions
You were probably (hopefully?) off the internet for a few weeks. This gives me a fantastic opportunity to look back at what I wrote these last months and kick off September with a curated list of a few articles that you might have missed.

Let's repair this, shall we?

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