The request comes in. A conference is to be established in Medicon Valley. Tout de Suite! A new piece of research developed from a Zealand laboratory has major consequences. Lots of options. But it’s going to take a lot of collaboration to turn the wheels and accelerate it to the next stage of development.
And that means a collection of capacities from all over Denmark and Scania. Time is of the essence.
Stay on your bot
Or it used to be. In the ‘old days’ (circa ’22) it could take six months to plan and prepare an international conference.
Now things are different. Now we have AutoGPT and other bots and they are connected to a lot of other agents. Human effort/confusion/negotiation/back-and-forth is out of the loop.
The scope, desired speakers and audience are spoken into the AI’s prompt. The parameters are set. The AI responds with, “Do you want me to perform? Y/N.”
You type “Y”.
Takes care of everything
Then you sit back and wait. Maybe grab a bite in the Palæ Bar. You can always check in at the bot over smørrebrød and a glass of red.
You take your own advice and fire up the bot over lunch. It’s done automatically, coupled with a bunch of other bots that process requests for a conference location. You are checking the website that has been created. Theme and branding, reproduced by Midjourney, suit the sponsors. The bot is already synced with the client’s bot marketeers. Invitations are out and you’ve already got a lot of sign-ups.
You hit Strøget and get a ping that catering and venue management have been confirmed. All under the budget you primed the AI with.
Satisfied that it is doing the project to your specifications, you scroll through the other events that you undertook this morning. Jakarta is on schedule, Lima needed a backup location, but the bot was auto-executed and is well ahead of you.
Complete game changer
A ping from a hungry VC. You swipe it away. You booted out of DTU with a few subscriptions and some talent. Your CBS mate filled in the gap. You briefly reflect on the fact that you are a four-man outfit running global events and you do the job for six different sales, marketing and events organizations, each with a hundred plus employees (last year).
Well, it’s four people powered by an auto-executing assistant that never sleeps. Talk about leveling up!
Last year you ran a café in Hellerup. You got on the ChatGPT wave early. But you knew what was coming next. Bots make other bots perform business processes. Now the café is a hobby and you help speed up R&D by bringing global audiences together.
Hmmm, maybe it’s time to scale up and maybe go next door…
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