34 min

Jerry Kaplan on the new Renaissance, AI’s impact on work, prompt engineering, and the next phase of AI Amplifying Cognition

    • Management

Dive into the future of AI with Jerry Kaplan, a visionary entrepreneur and author, in this insightful episode of our podcast. Jerry shares his unique perspectives on AI's transformational role in the new Renaissance and its profound impact on the workforce. He delves into the nuances of prompt engineering and anticipates the next evolutionary phase of AI technology. Drawing from his extensive experience as a Silicon Valley innovator and his latest book, "Generative Artificial Intelligence: What Everyone Needs to Know," Kaplan offers a critical analysis of AI's role as a complex tool, emphasizing the importance of responsible development and regulation. His compelling view that AI is a "compendium of mankind's combined experience" rather than a sentient mind, challenges listeners to rethink their understanding of this groundbreaking technology. Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion on the future of AI with one of the field's most influential voices.

Dive into the future of AI with Jerry Kaplan, a visionary entrepreneur and author, in this insightful episode of our podcast. Jerry shares his unique perspectives on AI's transformational role in the new Renaissance and its profound impact on the workforce. He delves into the nuances of prompt engineering and anticipates the next evolutionary phase of AI technology. Drawing from his extensive experience as a Silicon Valley innovator and his latest book, "Generative Artificial Intelligence: What Everyone Needs to Know," Kaplan offers a critical analysis of AI's role as a complex tool, emphasizing the importance of responsible development and regulation. His compelling view that AI is a "compendium of mankind's combined experience" rather than a sentient mind, challenges listeners to rethink their understanding of this groundbreaking technology. Tune in for a thought-provoking discussion on the future of AI with one of the field's most influential voices.

34 min