When will we see AI’s as part of startup founder teams?

It might sound like science-fiction, but it makes sense. AI’s are becoming increasingly powerful, but creativity is not their strongest suite. But they’re great at performing tasks such as organizing, counting KPI’s, and doing administrative tasks. Tasks which creative entrepreneurs are less adept for.

Paired with a creative entrepreneur, they could form a strong team. Man and machine, working as one.

Additionally, AI is red hot among VC’s, and I bet some of them would be excited to fund the first hybrid human/AI founder teams.

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I build tools for creativity 🧩. CEO of @Weld_io , a #nocode tool for marketers. Father of two. Feminist. Fan of espresso and movies. Still learning.

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Tom Söderlund

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I build tools for creativity 🧩. CEO of @Weld_io , a #nocode tool for marketers. Father of two. Feminist. Fan of espresso and movies. Still learning.

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