An interview with Daniel Gross and Nat Friedman about the decentralization of AI, the story of GitHub CoPilot, where Stable Diffusion came from, and why software will finally become truly deflationary.
OpenAI opened up DALL-E 2 to everyone; the biggest driver was probably competition from open alternatives, .which highlight the extent to which OpenAI’s promises of openness have always been relative.
An Interview With Jay Goldberg About the Chip Slowdown, Intel and Nvidia, and the CHIPS Act, plus Nvidia’s perfect storm, the importance of software versus chip design, and why Goldberg is so optimistic about ARM in the data center.
An Interview with The New York Times Company CEO Meredith Kopit Levien about her path to The New York Times Company, what it is like managing an entity where the most important product is out of your control, and a substantial dive into her thinking about bundles, recent acquisitions, and how The New York Times Company can transform from a skyscraper into a neighborhood.
An interview with Tony Fadell about the iPod, iPhone, Apple’s history with Samsung, Nest, the future of ARM, and his new book “Build”.
Twitter accepted Elon Musk’s offer; the nature of his financing suggests what might come next. After that, though, is more uncertain than ever.
Why my proposal for Twitter is different than Bluesky, more on moderation, and exploring what is next for Twitter
Twitter should go private and return to its pre-2012 approach of being a centralized service with third-party clients.
Notes on Elon Musk’s Twitter bid, why Facebook’s AR efforts may be too early, and an interview with Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri about creators, blockchains, and TikTok
The Musk-Twitter saga continues, while the New York Times rethinks its Twitter policies.