Issue #95 – Real Fake

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What Burning Man Looked Like In 1963, As Imagined By AI

Who said that AI can’t be creative?

Social Networks Are Going Much, Much Smaller

“Some experts and pundits are saying this exodus marks the death of social networks. Those articles aren’t entirely wrong, but they aren’t that right, either. What we’re seeing is not so much the death of an age as an evolution in social networks—a shift towards community-focused and -designed spaces like Mastodon, Discord, and Twitch. While social media was for 15 years or so focused on bringing your message to as many people as possible at one time, we’re heading now toward a future in which it’s about reaching a much smaller group of people with whom you already share interests, beliefs, or affinity.

So true. I have been using the above picture in all of my presentations for a while now. I am making the exact same point.

Mapping the Generative AI landscape

Read the complete report here.

Trendreports

“We’re strategists from Asia and Europe who collaborated and collated this Google Drive Folder of reports on 2023 Trends from across agency, consulting and business industries. As we continue living in a post-covid world amidst an energy crisis, we hope that the reports empower you with the resources to make the best decisions amidst the uncertainties and opportunities that lie ahead.”

I Just Watched Biggie Smalls Perform In The Metaverse

Large Language Models As A Cultural Technology

“Cultural technology is a technology that allows humans to access and summarise and use all the other knowledge and discoveries that other humans have made over the generations. So it is not a technology that itself is intelligent, but it one that is sort of essential to human intelligence, because it allows humans to access the intelligence of other humans.”

Sander Duivestein

About

Sander Duivestein (1971) is a highly acclaimed and top-rated trendwatcher, an influential author, an acclaimed keynote speaker, a digital business entrepreneur, and a strategic advisor on disruptive innovations. His main focus is the impact of new technologies on people, businesses and society.

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