These three books are a joy to read. “Blitzscaling” basically says go big or go home. It describes the science of scaling or not-scaling. Great examples that demonstrate why VC capital is so important. “Who owns the future?” is a De Profundis of a silicon valley insider. Great insight about the future of the digital economy and the new AI data labor middle class which is about to form soon. If there is one thing to remember from the book that would be “Every company that claims to break a monopoly and democratize a good, is basically trying to create its own monopoly!”. Just put that together with Blitzscaling.

I have to say that no matter what I read, in the end, I have to remember that I am a consultant and I have to find a way to pass the message to my enterprise customers. “The AI advantage” is definitely a book with a lot of case studies and arguments that help me achieve that goal.

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