AI might be the least of edtech’s worries

While Chegg beat analyst expectations for the first quarter of the year, it also raised a warning that didn’t fall on deaf ears: It warned that ChatGPT was hindering its ability to add new subscribers. The Exchange explores startups, markets and money. AI might be the least of edtech’s worries by Anna Heim originally published […]

Sam Altman shares his optimistic view of our AI future

He then explained why he’s been traveling from one country to another at a frenetic pace. “The reason for doing this trip is to get out of the Bay Area tech bubble,” he said. Altman then listed some of the reasons why he is excited about the current state of artificial intelligence. According to him, […]

56 Core Company Values That Will Shape Your Culture & Inspire Your Employees

Company values help you direct every person on your team toward a common goal. They remind you that you share a bigger purpose. Businesses often look to each other to figure out how to refine their values, habits, and ideas into a set of values. To keep growing, companies need something their teams can get […]

Survivor bias and the mistake of stability

An asteroid has never destroyed the Earth, therefore an asteroid never will. This brand has been involved in scandals before, and it has always come back stronger, so there’s nothing to worry about. There have been technology changes before, but we’ve always managed to find clients for what we do. Survivor bias is the trap […]

Daylight’s sunset and Meta’s year of focus

Here’s what the show got into today: And with that, we’re heading off into a holiday weekend here in the U.S., so Equity will be back on Tuesday. Daylight’s sunset and Meta’s year of focus by Alex Wilhelm originally published on TechCrunch source