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I wonder if genAI vendor lock-in will ultimately take root.

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Nov 22, 2023Liked by Alex Kantrowitz

I’d add one more -- I think Microsoft will develop its own LLM soon. It already develops small language models but just like your point that AI startups will want to reduce their dependency on one company, I suspect Microsoft will too. OpenAI governance improvements alone will not be enough

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Excellent analysis. Not that it was that much of a crazy call, but I thought that this would probably happen on Sunday.

https://www.philsimon.com/blog/ai/openai-and-employee-empowerment/

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The problem isn't with AI. The problem is with the corrupt business and government systems that collude against freedom.

All SYSTEMS - starting with science and media and government - must be decentralized and made transparent. When there is centralized control there will always be corruption.

At the Society of Problem Solvers we believe the number one most important solvable problem in our world today is these corrupted systems, which we witnessed here with the coup. We also believe the way to remedy this peacefully is to create new high-trust systems that make the old ones obsolete.

How? Using Swarm Theory, or Human Swarm Intelligence.

Here is an example of how it can be used for businesses. But we see it being used for government, science, academia, food, medicine, media, and any other corrupt systems worldwide. Please come discuss solutions with us.

LINK: https://joshketry.substack.com/p/fix-any-business-using-human-swarm

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