Neophobic? You're not the first...
We take a look at potential reactions to some revolutionary innovations throughout time.
The Impact of AI-Driven Creative Destruction on Bid Writing
We take a look at the idea of creative destruction due to AI, arguing that bid writers must adapt to this new era of technology to increase their volume of bids and maximise their skill.
Bias In, Bias Out: A Closer Look at Diversity in AI
We offer a concise introduction to the expansive and complex topics of diversity, bias, and ethics in AI.
Anybody Need More Time?
We consider what you might do with the extra time saved from using generative AI to write your bids.
The Art of Prompting: How to Use Language Effectively
In this article, we explore the concept of prompt engineering and provide an introduction on how to create effective prompts.
AI and Creativity - The Ongoing Importance of the Human Touch...
We provide an overview of our recent AI and Creativity dinner.
How Costly Bidding Prevents Local Councils from ‘Levelling Up’
The government has promised to 'level-up' struggling communities with £8bn of funding, but the tendering process has been criticised as costly and time-consuming. AI technology could revolutionise this process, allowing councils to quickly produce complex proposals without sacrificing resources, enabling them to focus on high-level problem solving.
Top Tips for Overcoming Algorithmic Aversion
With the rise of Big Data, organisations have embraced the adoption of artificial intelligence and Large Language Models, changing the way many of us operate on a day-to-day basis. We provide our top tips for tackling Algorithmic Aversion and implementing technology that works with users and and balances their goals.
#the_AI_did_it – How We Can Reduce The Stress of Producing First Drafts
Imagine reducing the thinking time, drafting time, and sense of personal investment in first drafts that are destined to get picked apart. AI can help writers reduce the time spent on first drafts and make it easier to hand them over for review.
Better an Idealist than a Laggard...
To determine which new technologies merit the investment of time and money, we utilise a 2x2 matrix to assess the attitudes of optimists and cynics with regard to technological advancements. We argue that it is preferable to embrace new technologies as an Idealist as opposed to a Laggard.
Generative AI’s Impact on Education – Don’t Fight the Inevitable
Generative AI is having a profound impact on the higher education landscape, with some institutions expressing reservations about its accuracy and safety. However, educators should not impede its use, but instead focus on providing guidance to students on how to properly utilise this technology.
Don't Get Left Behind: The Benefits for Bid Writers of Early AI Adoption
Are bid writers and managers ready to embrace new technologies? This article explores AutogenAI's recently conducted survey of bid writers and managers, in which we assessed their attitudes towards AI, technological change and workplace innovation.