Newsletter: The 10 Biggest Business Trends For 2024

Joe Sutter is known as The “Father of the 747”

Joe Sutter is known as The “Father of the 747”. Seattle native Joe Sutter is best known for leading Boeing’s 4,500-member design team for the 747, the largest commercial airliner ever built for many decades until the Airbus A380. After serving in the U.S. Navy on a destroyer escort in World War II, he went to work for Boeing in 1946, retiring after 40 years.

The first 747 was built in 1968, and the final one in 2023. It transformed travel just like AI is transforming business. This means now is the time to act and make full use of the AI tools we currently have so we can be on the leading edge of change, and not become stagnant and outdated and be hit by the shock of newer and better technology and platforms in the future. That’s the purpose of this newsletter, to stay on that leading edge.

Why does this matter? Because what is working today will be outdated and replaced by better systems in the future.

And here’s what we have today;

🍿Quick Bites

Artificial Intelligence and Education: A Reading List

Advances in Biotech: Bridging Technology and Genetics

👀 Inside Story

👔 Legal AI: Harvey raises $80M Series B from Elad Gil, Kleiner Perkins, OpenAI and Sequoia.

⌚He Built a ‘Simple’ Side Hustle Around the Bot That Brings In $4,000 a Month.

🧬 The Inside Story of Microsoft’s Partnership with OpenAI.

📝 Startup Profiles

Why This New Battery Tech Will Make Traditional Batteries Obsolete, thanks to an upstart called Next Thing Technologies.

🎙️Early Startup Reality Checks: Podcast.

🦄Spread the Word of Your New Startup Business With These Effective Strategies

🏆How Daniel makes $6M / year with cold emails.


📈 Trends

📚 Education

👫The Role of Scholarships and Grants in Financing Education

🇦🇮 How I’d Learn AI If I Had to Start Over

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🧑‍🎓You Can Train Your Brain to React to Stressful Situations Better. Here’s the 3-Step Process.

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