This Week in Data: AI stack tricks, generative AI adoption, the future of composability (and more)
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This Week in Data: AI stack tricks, generative AI adoption, the future of composability (and more)

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Every company wants to be a platform company – but not everyone can be.

This week we’re talking about the consumer and enterprise platforms you should pay attention to. We also share statistics on generative AI adoption, as well as AI stack maps and tricks teams should use when dealing with the hundreds (or thousands?) of vendors coming their way every day.

This week we also discuss:

  • Data Management: We take a look at a new article from Wes McKinney and Bruno argues that we are entering an era where composability will become the norm for implementers, openness will become the “entry price” for builders, and simplification will become the requirements of buyers.
  • How to Make Buying Easier for Customers: Product positioning expert April Dunford does it again with a new book. Sales pitch: How to create a story that will make you stand out and win.
  • How HSBC increased computing power 10x and reduced costs by more than 50%.

The CarCast also includes extras including: “The Latest Generative AI Maps” and Gartner’s latest Gen AI adoption data (pilots vs. production).

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Bruno Aziza is a partner at CapitalG, Alphabet’s independent growth fund.

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