The viewpoint of the internal foundation
Ai has existed for decades, and in more recent times is a surface technology for the way of living and paving paths for future ways of living. Typically, we see Ai implemented in the enterprise, public sectors, gov, and consumer areas. However, there is a gap where Ai has not been introduced, until a few years ago. That is in the space of entrepreneurship and the startup process.
The busiest people on earth are entrepreneurs and founders. Ai is meant to create efficiency and understanding in processes, essentially adding the value of time for other focus areas in one’s life.
So with that being said, any “time” that can be given back to founders, can help accelerate other focus points such as innovation, strategy, or personal growth.
So how can Ai help with the startup process? When starting a company getting from ideation to launch takes a lot of running tasks, administrative, and strategy. There is an invisible line of priority, importance, and requirements in getting things accomplished, and it gets overwhelming when trying to balance your time Ai can help balance certain based on stages.
Ai can help identify potential market areas in which to focus when taking your product to market, by cross analyzing previous companies in the same industry and their success rates in different regions. The technology exists where startups can use Ai tech for content writing, where doing blogs all day doesn’t have to be a full day’s work. Some companies are developing technology to predict the best type of employee to hire based on matching methodology and parameters, therefore filtering out bad hires.
The thing is in the startup world there are so many areas of opportunity in which Ai can help accelerate the process into growth. The problem is those areas are expensive to build out with current tech, and most VCs are looking for tech to be in the enterprise space where the tickets are high. But the progression of new Ai tech allows for cheaper options to build out prototypes.