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Microsoft is putting AI copilots in everything. Will it change the way we use computers?
Today – we’ve got a treat for you. We’re going to run a special episode from our friends over at Recode. Peter Kafka and his team just wrapped up a special 3-part series on AI. AI has captured the imagination of Silicon Valley. In fact, in the last few months, I’ve talked to both Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about AI after they announced new AI-powered search products. And in the middle of the frenzy, it's hard to tell what's really going on...
AI is one the deepest platform shifts ever, says Google’s CEO, and he’s not worried about being first.
Airbnb is revamping its Rooms feature while eyeing AI and betting on work from anywhere.
Ben Smith is the former and founding editor-in-chief of Buzzfeed News, the founder and editor-in-chief of Semafor, and the author of a new book called Traffic: Genius, Rivalry, and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race to Go Viral, which is about the rise and fall of the social platform age in media, through the lens of Gawker Media and Buzzfeed and, in particular, their founders, Nick Denton and Jonah Peretti...
Crypto has a lot of haters these days. A former Facebook exec is trying to prove them wrong with his Bitcoin startup.
Travis Katz is the CEO of BrightDrop, a subsidiary of GM that makes electrified delivery vans with an eye toward rebooting all of how delivery works. BrightDrop has pretty big partnerships already, with names like FedEx, Verizon, and Walmart committed to its Zevo 600 van, and it’s got big ideas for making the steps from the van to your door more efficient as well with something called e-carts...
Can Substack handle the wrath of Elon Musk and the pain of content moderation?
Everybody hates Concur. Brex wants to replace it.
Activist investors, unhappy Magic fans, and a D&D licensing battle all at once — oh, and there are Transformers, too.