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E269: Why Your Software Needs an Answer to AI NOW

In this episode, Sean discusses the importance of integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into software applications to prevent obsolescence. He emphasizes that AI technologies will continue to evolve and improve, and waiting too long to incorporate them could be detrimental. Sean highlights that AI provides unique abilities to solve problems in a considerably better and more efficient way, allowing for increased value and functionality. He encourages listeners to evaluate their products, identify areas where AI can enhance performance, and stay updated on innovations in the industry.

Key Points

  • AI technologies are rapidly advancing and can greatly improve software applications.
  • Incorporating AI early is crucial to prevent being left behind by competitors.
  • AI offers exponential value and efficiency by solving previous generation’s problems.
  • Evaluate where your product stands in terms of AI integration and consider how to leverage AI tools.
  • Identify bottlenecks in your process that could be eliminated or improved with AI.
  • Research industry innovations and observe how others are leveraging AI to enhance their products.
  • Experiment with AI tools to evaluate their impact and consider incorporating them sooner rather than later.
  • “The AI technologies that are available today are just the beginning. They are only going to get better and more than likely, considerably better.”
  • “AI is providing unique abilities to be able to solve previous generation’s problems in a considerably better way.”
  • “You really need to evaluate where your product is at the moment, if it incorporates AI and if it does, so how?”
  • “What could stand to be considerably faster? Where could you cut out 90% of the time, effort, or resources that it takes to produce the result of whatever it is your product does? More than likely, the answer to that is AI.”
  • “I strongly encourage you to do this research now, figure out how these tools work. Learn more about if you were to incorporate them where you would, and then start doing some experimentation with them to evaluate the results.”

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