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The shift into AI-powered businesses today could be as important as the digitalization of companies was 20 years ago. It’s an equally fascinating topic as it is hard to explain to someone in a clear and easy way.
My goal is that after reading this you’ll be able to have a clear understanding of how to identify use cases, as well as being able to explain it to your peers.
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While scrolling my Twitter feed I saw that Y Combinator promoted Reid Hoffman’s new book about something that was called Blitzscaling. I am a sucker for books with catchy titles so I immediately ordered the book.
Who should read this book and why? If you are an entrepreneur, investor or just interested in the subject — this book will give you a deep insight in the latest strategies and techniques about how to go from idea to start-up to scale-up and finally how to reach the top as a market leader.
”Of all the things I’ve discussed with…