Will AI technologies lead to mass unemployment and erase the threat of hackers entirely? Jeff has the answers in today’s mailbag edition.
Despite the record pace of interest rate hikes over the last 15 months and the general decline in venture capital investments, the generative AI sector is booming. It’s a once-in-a-generation technology… with a once-in-a-generation investment opportunity.
An announcement like this is useful, as it provides us with some early insights about how and where large corporations will choose to employ the latest breed of powerful artificial intelligence (AI). Information like this has both investment implications, as well as useful information for us regarding future career choices…
There is a great recalibration of the world’s manufacturing infrastructure underway. After decades of centralizing in one region of the world, we are witnessing a swing back to a distributed, decentralized manufacturing infrastructure closer to where key customers are located.
It’s a simple idea, but one that’s hard to implement. It’s also an idea that big tech and governments hate as it erodes their control over the unfettered information that “they” all want access to. That’s clearly a sign that Berners-Lee is onto a good thing.
Last month, OPEC countries announced oil production cuts. But this is just one part of the global energy wars taking place today. As our demand for electricity grows, so does the race to find solutions... Luckily, our colleagues over at Rogue Economics, John Pangere and Nomi Prins, have one way to turn this crisis into an opportunity.
In this weekly mailbag edition, readers inquire about Apple’s savings account and Elon Musk’s chances of creating a successful competitor of OpenAI. Then, Senior Blockchain Analyst Andrew Hodges discusses a project making crypto transactions faster and cheaper…