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DIGITAL STORM weekly
All about AI, Future Trends, Digital Transformation & Leadership for executives, decision makers, industry leaders and all others which want to grow
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Welcome to the inaugural edition of our newsletter about AI, future trends, digital transformation, and Leadership. We are thrilled to have you on board as we embark on this exciting journey together.
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Welcome first time readers to “The Digital STORM weekly” for executives, decision makers, industry leaders and all others which want to grow. (Total reading 10 min.)
in todays rundown…
A) Digital Transformation
A1) Quantum Computing
B) Generative AI
B1) Gen AI Intro / CheatSheet
B3) Prompts of this week
B4) Tools of the week
C1) What you should know
A) Digital Transformation
A1) Google Next-Gen Quantum computers (Dr. Storm)
Google claims quantum supremacy over traditional supercomputers, claiming it has reached a level of power that modern supercomputers cannot attain. Google's experimental quantum machine, assembled using Random Circuit Sampling, surpasses the capabilities of existing classical supercomputers. However, some argue that the algorithm described by Google researchers does not have practical applications. The next-gen quantum computer is 241 million times more powerful than the 2019 device and could put an end to the quantum supremacy controversy. Google's quantum computing breakthrough, has found that quantum computing could potentially solve calculations 47 years quicker than any supercomputer.
Although progress has been made in the past, Google's latest system test shows promising results for quantum computing in the future.By using this, we may do molecular simulations that are currently not conceivable, leading to the discovery of novel medicines and vaccines.
B) Generative AI
B1) Generative AI and impacts?
Generative AI, a type of artificial intelligence, has the potential to revolutionize industries by adding $1.3 trillion to the global economy by 2030.
McKinsey estimates that generative AI could increase productivity by automating tasks, creating new product and service categories, and improving customer experiences.
This could lead to more creative and strategic work, as well as the creation of new product and service categories.
Additionally, generative AI could personalize customer experiences, making them more relevant and engaging.
The workforce is also significantly impacted by generative AI, with some jobs being automated and others requiring new skills and knowledge.
Therefore, businesses must prepare for these changes now. Are you prepared???
Which jobs are endangered?
The release of AI tools ChatGPT and Google's Bard has sparked discussions about whether robots will replace humans. Generative AI, a form of artificial intelligence capable of creating text or content in response to user prompts, has gained popularity since its November 2022 release. The AI race heated up after Google released Bard, a ChatGPT competitor and separate entity from Google's search engine.
Goldman Sachs estimates around 300 million jobs could be affected by generative AI, affecting 18% of global work. Two-thirds of jobs in the U.S. and Europe are exposed to some degree of AI automation, and around a quarter of all jobs could be performed by AI entirely.
The Washington Post reported that jobs in agriculture, mining, and manufacturing are the least exposed to generative AI, while IT jobs are the most exposed due to their reliance on programming and writing skills.
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B2) Generative AI: Consumer AI vs. Enterprise AI
Generative AI has garnered significant interest in Q2/2023, with over 5% of CEOs mentioning it as a future lever for productive gains during earnings calls (source: study by IoTAnalytics: https://iot-analytics.com/what-ceos-talked-about-q2-2023/). The anticipated productivity gains from generative AI includes generating text, audio, video, simulations, and digital twins. As a result, a growing number of G2000 employees have begun piloting the technology, often utilizing Consumer AI versions such as ChatGPT and Google Bard within their enterprise IT environments.
However, the use of Consumer AI in enterprise settings has raised concerns among CIOs due to issues related to uncontrolled data usage, third-party intellectual property, potential loss of internal intellectual property, as well as GDPR compliance. Consequently, CIOs are discontinuing this practice and seeking allowed alternatives in professional Enterprise AI solutions and services. In the upcoming months, Microsoft's ChatGPT Enterprise AI version and Google's Vertex AI are expected to offer suitable options.
Enterprise AI, in contrast to Consumer AI, necessitates proper governance, security measures, and data/intellectual property protection, in addition to adherence to company rules, norms, and ethics. Given the significant investments associated with adopting Enterprise AI, the journey should commence by identifying the desired business outcomes in key use cases (e.g., customer interaction), preparing the data, and establishing governance and organizational guard rails for development, deployment and adoption.
If you are interested in discussing this further, please feel free to send me a personal message. More to come in the upcoming weeks.
B3) AI Prompts of the week
This prompt is ideal if you like to learn something on a new topic.
“I want to learn about [insert topic]. Share the most crucial 20% of information that will give me a solid understanding of 80% of the subject.”
With this Prompt you can generate impressive 3D Illustrations. Replace [SUBJECT] with your request.
“3D illustration depicts a [SUBJECT] in a minimalist style, set against a pure white background. Character in IOS Emoji style. The image uses bright and bold colors with smooth gradients, as well as rounded corners and full body view. The character is in a white studio space. Created with Procreate, Adobe Illustrator and Blender software. PNG image. The design takes inspiration from Apple Inc's IOS Emoji and App Store illustrations, as well as Jony Ive's minimalist and elegant design approach. As a result, this 3D illustration aligns well with Apple's brand aesthetic, featuring vibrant colors, clean lines, and a minimalist design approach. --no shapes, figures --v 5.2”
B4) AI Tools of the week
Lunacy- AI design software with built-in graphics
Wisely: analyse Amazon websites
Prompt Perfect- prompt plugin
Cody: supports you in programming
Zuddl- Make great webinars that drive better results
ImageToMeme: Modify every picture in a Meme
Stable Doodle - sketch-2-image
FramerAI- Generate website with AI
Perplexity Pro- Advanced search Copilot with the latest AI models
404 Error Hound: find and solve erros on websites with KI
CodaAI- AI work assistant
AragonAI: convert your selfies in KI generataded portaits
C1) Big Headlines you should know
Google Bard is finally available in Europe, now speaks 40 languages and has a voice output
Accounting and consulting giant KPMG and Microsoft have announced a $2 billion deal to jointly deliver AI and cloud solutions to enterprise and government customers worldwide
Shutterstock follows Adobe in offering copyright protection for generative AI
Japan's police are testing AI-equipped cameras to protect VIPs
The Mindvalley AI Summit 2023 will take place from July 14th to 16th
China unveils the final version of its generative AI guidelines. This draft omits some restrictions from its April 2023 draft, signalling more flexible regulations. There will be an overseeing body made up of seven Chinese state committees to keep AI in check over there.
Stability AI: Sketch-To-Image Tool
Actors say Hollywood studios want their AI replicas — for free, forever
Designers sue Shein over AI ripoffs of their work
OECD: 27% of jobs at high risk from AI
Open AI is under the FTC’s investigation for spreading false information, harming people's reputations. As this study is still in its early stages, nothing is known about it.
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