“Humanity fears no rivals”

With the rise of generative AI and its capabilities in story telling, images, videos and song, how AI might start to challenge our sense of what we regard as human? And might it be similar to how Clayton Christensen outlined disruptive innovation undermining market incumbents? Generative AI creativity I’ve recently been playing a bit with… Continue reading “Humanity fears no rivals”

LLMs and the disintermediation of the voice of government

As the internet helped to disintermediate many industries, might large language models such as ChatGPT ‘disintermediate’ the voice of governments and public sectors? And if so, what might that mean for the work done in governments around communications, service design and behavioural insights? Disintermediation from the internet, disintermediation from generative AI? Seeing to the heart… Continue reading LLMs and the disintermediation of the voice of government

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Me, myself and the machine

How does generating content change with the arrival of ChatGPT? This post contains some musing about the impacts of generative AI on our relationship to our own knowledge and thinking. I am no longer writing for humans alone – the machine is my audience as much as you are One of the reasons I find… Continue reading Me, myself and the machine

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