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We stand on the precipice of an extraordinary platform shift catalyzed by groundbreaking advancements in generative artificial intelligence.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT reached 100 million monthly active users just two months after launch, setting the new standard for the fastest-growing consumer application in history. The landmark achievement underscored the strength of generative AI’s pull in consumer markets—surpassing even the breakthroughs of the internet and smartphones.
Since the advent of the internet, few technological advances have garnered as much attention and enthusiasm as quickly as generative AI.
Supply chain is having a moment.
History may not repeat itself, but it often rhymes.
In the face of a national emergency in child and adolescent mental health, urgent measures are needed to help those in need.
The long chain of code, library, and package dependencies and third-party tooling employed during the software development lifecycle comprise the modern software supply chain.
The public cloud markets may have been dreary outside last week, but under the soaring skylight of Moscone Center in San Francisco—host to this year’s RSA Conference, one of the cybersecurity industry’s largest annual gatherings—the convention floor was pulsing with excitement.
Business today lives in SaaS applications. In fact, the average enterprise organization uses no less than 150 separate SaaS applications.
After nearly two years of soaring valuation multiples for public cloud stocks, the law of financial gravity has returned in recent weeks.