I've seen more and more discourse about pricing of SaaS/digital products over the past few weeks and months. I see this largely as a byproduct of the significant improvements we've seen in artificial intelligence over the last few years. Namely, for a few reasons: 1.
I'm excited to announce Edgar, the second tech product that I'm launching under my personal holding company, Positive Sum. What is Edgar? Edgar is an AI assistant, for personal and professional life. It can help you manage your email and calendar, intelligently automate tasks through Workflows,
There's been a lot of buzz about artificial intelligence this year - it would be difficult to have missed it, seemingly penetrating into every sector and walk of life. And yet, the most common question I hear from people outside of tech asking about it is 'but
I believe it will take several years to see the current power of the models already available today, in commercial settings. And I believe we'll see products being built in order, matching the phases below. Why is this an important point to consider? Because the nature of the