AI Goes Mainstream at Fortune 500s
“This isn’t another metaverse. Enterprise decision makers across industries are adopting generative AI in droves and the wave is only going to grow” says Wharton professor Dr. Stefano Puntoni.
Replit AI for all
Replit took a big step this week in the democratization of its coding assistant platform, making it open and available to their (current) 23 million developers. Another big step in the fast-moving code assistant space.
Here’s an interesting one. Look at these two images. Clearly, the first photo was turned into the digitally-enhanced second image. Easy enough.
But here’s where it went weird. A top newspaper published the altered image, in a story about vineyard tours in Europe and changed important details like the location and who was represented.
When contacted by the offended photographer the publication answered their work was “transformative” and thus original; meaning he had no recourse. Who’s right?
This case seems an easy one, but we’re about to see a LOT more of this – and in much more subtle forms – across the arts, music, literature, product design, software, etc.
Jasper is jumping out to a lead in AI for Marketing. Build your on-brand content efficiently and across all platforms. Significantly better, faster, cheaper.
AI is coming for Sales Jobs
AI is starting to eat sales work, but in an area that may make everybody happy: responding to RFPs. Tasks that took four people weeks of work are now completed in seconds. All sales leaders must now think “AI-first.”
State of AI Report
Nathan Benaich and team at Air Capital are truly hitting their stride with their annual “State of AI” report. A must read for those trying to make sense of where things are today and where we are likely headed.
The US Presidential election is just over one year away (eek), so it’s time to . Lawmakers are reaching out to Meta and Twitter/X on how this will (or even can) be managed.