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Weekly Content Round-Up (January 30th, 2023)

JP Seral
JP Seral
2 min read

What I'm Reading

ChatGPT’s killer enterprise use case will be managing knowledge, says EY CTO
The killer enterprise use case for ChatGPT could be its impact on knowledge management, says EY CTO Nicola Morini Bianzino.

A follow-up from the last post on Microsoft investing in ChatGPT at a $10B valuation. Based on this article and subsequent posts on all things ChatGPT, it sounds like this might become their Instagram/YouTube purchase. Hard to not keep a close eye on all of these articles as people race to create the killer use-case for ChatGPT.

And then there's this use case... Will we use ChatGPT to get a base standard of quality content or just arbitrage it for endless clickbait content? Will this be the breakthrough that crypto/web3 failed to produce in 2022? Only time will tell...

(preemptively rolling my eyes when I go to a marketing conference and hear "is it the year of AI?")

WSJ News Exclusive | BuzzFeed to Use ChatGPT Creator OpenAI to Help Create Quizzes and Other Content
CEO Jonah Peretti said the publisher would use the technology to make more comprehensive quizzes and interactive content.

What I'm Watching

Top Takeaways/My Thoughts:

  1. The NFL is rigged.
  2. Top Trader Joe's Items: Hold the Cone's, Mexican Cauliflower Rice, and Orange Chicken Bowl.
  3. You won't become Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk. And that's a good thing.

What I'm Playing

One of my favorite artists with a new album. This is a deeper cut off AudioLust/HigherLove, but absoultely love this and how his music has progressed over the years.