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How to Invest in AI Companies — The Case of AI-Washing

Labeling software products as AI-capable is a common practice among companies, specifically those seeking funding.

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the new gold rush, and many companies claim their stakes in it. The number of software products labeled as “AI-powered” is on the rise. Yet, in many…

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Piotr Domek

Piotr Domek

Product developer writing about building products. Simple as that.

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