Case in point: OpenAI’s rumored “breakthrough,” called Q*, is not about to usher in the age of AGI or a humanity-crushing singularity.
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The word of the year should be “complementarity.” Whoever best combines their existing skillset with AI knowledge wins.
And the future of AI is…augmented reality.
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The biggest technology-driven trend to affect business in the coming years is synthetic media. Yet this phrase is rarely even uttered in boardrooms and on Zoom meetings.
The digital nomad honeymoon is over, and the backlash has begun. Here are the new myths — and the facts — about digital nomads.
A new technology revolution enables everyday smartphones to connect to space. But the business benefit isn’t really there at this stage.
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