Speed X AI (Literature Notes)

I read Speed x AI from Nfx. It says that founders need to move much faster or those leveraging generative AI will leave you in the dust.

The argument seems most applicable to highly competitive, tournament like fields.

I like the idea that everything can move along much faster if you think about the business as a series of experiments rather than a product. However, building something people want requires good taste.

A flood of experiments—at least in my experience—does not a good product make for the same reason A/B tests don’t magically result in something better. Generally speaking, speed is undervalued and setting the bar higher than you think is possible is fantastic advice, especially at a startup.

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