10 posts tagged "ai"

Notes About "All-in on AI" by Thomas Davenport and Nitin Mittal

I’ve finished reading the 2023 book “All-In on AI: How Smart Companies Win Big with Artificial Intelligence” by Thomas Davenport and Nitin Mittal, and here go some notes I took.


Around two years ago I switched my writing AI helper of choice, going from Grammarly to LanguageTool, for many reasons.

Notes About "Welcome to AI" by David Shrier

I recently read the 2024 book “Welcome to AI: A Human Guide to Artificial Intelligence” by David L. Shrier and here’s a quick summary of quotes and important points.

Notes About "HBR Guide to AI Basics for Managers"

I recently finished reading the 2023 book “HBR Guide to AI Basics for Managers” by Harvard Business Review, and this post summarizes some of the most important ideas therein.

Notes About "The Coming Wave" by Mustafa Suleyman

I finished reading the 2023 book “The Coming Wave” by Mustafa Suleyman and it’s been a revelation, and by far, one of the most interesting books I’ve read in a while.

How to Speak, by Patrick Winston

I’ve been recommending this talk a lot lately to people new to the art of speaking, who find themselves all of a sudden boosted to the front stage of an event and in dire need of help.

The Chewing Gum Conspiracy: A Psychedelic Odyssey Beyond the Printed Page

This blog post is the result of me mixing my newfound fascination with AI and LLMs to my unbounded love for psychedelic rock from the 1960s. You’ve been warned.

Fading Into Irrelevance

As technology waves come and go, the names of iconic companies follow the movements, first reaching the pinnacle of their glories, and later fading into irrelevance.

The Time of Augmented Imagination

Last year I made a remark about the crazy world we were living in, with “GenAI” this and “AI” that, including some weird experiences. But I have recently decided to bite the bullet and learn more about all this.

First Half of 2023 full of AI and ChatGPT

We can all agree that the first half of the year has been co-opted by the rise of generative AI, in particular ChatGPT, being used for anything and anyone in any context, disrupting any kind of market or industry just for the sake of it.