ARCHITECHT Daily: Open source, in all its flavors

I'm a firm believer that open source is the future (really going out on a limb there, I know), but al
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ARCHITECHT Daily: Open source, in all its flavors
By ARCHITECHT • Issue #55 • View online
I’m a firm believer that open source is the future (really going out on a limb there, I know), but also that the business models around it will have to change in order to best serve both users and the companies that develop and sell software. The following news items from Thursday don’t answer the question of how open source will evolve, but I do think they highlight some of the promises and perils:

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Hear Jay Kreps on the latest podcast
I haven’t yet put this week’s ARCHITECHT Show episode onto the website, but suffice it to say that Jay Kreps—co-creator of Apache Kafka and co-founder of Confluent—has a lot of smart and interesting things to say about the state of data processing, open source and a lot more. You can listen to it in the following places:
Artificial intelligence
I’ve been linking lately to a lot of stories about human-AI interaction in the workplace, which I think is a more fruitful discussion than simply worrying about AI replacing jobs. Here are two more takes on how that might play out:
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