Scenario prompts are the first step of strategy development. Topics to discuss are S-curves, Sequoia, Silicon Valley Bank, carbon removal, Gartner, Marc Andreesen, Meta, computers learning to smell, an intelligent Wikipedia, magnoelectrics, AgilePoint and drone warfare.
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Leaders Must Move From Execution To Strategy To Draw The Next Big S-Curve
3 questions. Do the next five years look like the last five years? Where to play? Where to win?
Generative AI’s Act Two
Sequoia perspective on AI. They believe the market is entering “Act 2”—which will be from the customer-back. Act 2 will solve human problems end-to-end
Future of fintech
SVB´s outlook. Business models, blockchain, quality and M&A.
This New Home Actually Removes Carbon From the Atmosphere at a Shocking Rate
Over its lifetime, the house will remove and avoid 182.6 metric tons of carbon dioxide, which is equivalent to the work that about 5,200 mature trees would do.
Gartner Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2024
Threat exposure, AI, sustainable tech, platforms, augmentation, and smart.
The Techno-Optimist Manifesto
It discusses the transformative power of technology in human progress, arguing that it is a tool for liberation, abundance, and the fulfillment of human potential.
Meta Patents Aim to Read Brain and Body signals
Meta’s patents highlight a recent consumer tech trend: Tech firms are testing the boundaries of just how close they can get to users.
Computers Are Learning to Smell
AI could revolutionize our understanding of one of the most mysterious human senses.
An Intelligent Wikipedia
Knowledge bases like Wikipedia must decide whether to embrace AI-generated content or eschew it.
First magnetoelectric material solves nerve signal problems
A study finds a material that is 120 times faster than similar ones, demonstrating its precision in remotely stimulating neurons and repairing severed sciatic nerves in rats.
You’re a Developer Now
ChatGPT is a creative power-up for builders—and you should use it. The consequences of technology abstraction. Follow AgilePoint.
The staggering implications of AI drone warfare
You can protect a howitzer with a mesh. You cannot really protect an ordinary person who gets out of his car and goes for a stroll from a droneGPT programmed to recognize his face.