Limitations of video format for sharing insights

Video is engaging, concise, to-the-point, and great for story-telling It has been shown again and again that video is the fastest way to share information when compared to the alternatives, i.e., static reports, slides, and dashboards.  Video displays non-verbal content well, engages audiences, presents content concisely and in a rich manner, incites action, enhances communication, and […]

Why Dashboards Suck

Business Dashboards There isn’t a single significant business application that does not share insights via dashboards. Dashboards are a window into the operations and performance of a business. They save time by bringing collective business intelligence to one place and are crucial in making informed decisions, aligning strategies, visualizing metrics, achieving goals, and surfacing anomalies […]

Decisions — small or big — matter

Business decisions People in businesses make many decisions, ranging from high-profile decisions that define the future, to ones that define the culture, to many ad-hoc decisions that collectively contribute to how the company performs usually guided by the values it stands for. Decision Types McKinsey categorizes decisions based on risk, familiarity, and decision-making frequency. Company-defining […]

“Patent Pending”

I wrote about writing a provisional patent myself and then hiring a lawyer on UpCounsel to edit and file the patent earlier. The patent was filed recently and the technology behind Generative Stories (referenced here) in now “Patent Pending”. Edits and Modifications The lawyer made a number of changes to the order in which I had […]

Filing a Provisional Patent

I am filing a new provisional patent after five years. My most recent patent was before the Alice Corp. vs. CLS Bank ruling, which resulted in software patents to be written carefully following strict technical and legal requirements. My approach is to write the provisional patent draft myself along with the drawings, claims, detailed description, abstract, summary, etc. […]

Deep fakes and 2020 elections

I’m here at the TechCrunch Robotics and AI conference (#TCRobotics) in Berkeley and the topic of deep fakes was being discussed at a panel. The conversation of deep fakes in 2020 US elections was interesting in a panel with Alexei Efros (UC BerKeley) and Hany Farid (Dartmouth College.) AI synthesized fake What we have been […]