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    This article is about Yahoo and its plans to become more relevant in the tech and media markets. The company is owned by Apollo Global Management and has developed plans to add betting to its Yahoo Sports, build a Bloomberg for retail trading into Yahoo Finance, and partner with Tabula for native advertising across its properties. Tabula has a large reach of 500 million people a day and is known for its chumbucks ads. Yahoo still has a decent amount of active users, with 900 million monthly active users across its properties. Tesla is also mentioned in the article, with their US EV market share set to drop to less than 20% by 2025. Lastly, San Francisco has approved a policy that allows police to use robots as a deadly force option if necessary.

    OUTPUT

    In this episode, we discuss Yahoo's plans to become a major player in the tech and media markets. We analyze the company's recent decisions to add betting to Yahoo Sports, build a Bloomberg for retail trading into Yahoo Finance, and partner with Tabula for native advertising. We explore the implications of Tabula's reach of 500 million people per day, as well as Yahoo's impressive 900 million monthly active users. We also look at Tesla's predicted market share drop to less than 20% by 2025 and San Francisco's new policy that allows police to use robots as a deadly force option if necessary. Tune in to learn more about Yahoo's progress and the potential impacts of these tech and media developments.

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    Tales of Royalty, Kites, and Beetles: The Untold Stories

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    In this podcast, we invite you to explore the incredible stories of royalty, kites, and beetles from around the world. From the ancient courts of India, to the battles of kite fighters in Iran, to the amazing transformations of some of the most fascinating insects known to man, you will find yourself captivated by these tales of the past. Learn about the lives of emperors, their royal residences, and the intricacies of the kite battles. Get to know the mysterious lives of beetles and the incredible metamorphoses they undergo during their complex life cycles. Come journey with us through the untold stories of royalty, kites, and the beetles.

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    Money FM 89.3 is discussing the topic of entrepreneurship with Kent Till, founder and CEO of Invade. Kent explains that their business is focused on "space content activation", which is essentially re-imagining spaces. He went into entrepreneurship because he wanted to solve a problem and provide a solution. His key to success was the "rinse and repeat" model, which meant to constantly hustle and grind. To help other startups, he created the Somerset Sandbox, which is a program focused on profiling 100 founders in the food, retail, and creative industries. He believes that entrepreneurship is not about flexible hours and working less, but rather about putting in the work to achieve success. Finally, he believes that it is a valuable attribute to bring to full time employment, regardless of whether it is successful or not.Kent, the founder and CEO of Invade, joins the podcast to discuss the “Sandbox Somerset” program he has created for entrepreneurs. The program is designed to condense a lot of information and support into a two-week period, connecting experienced and inexperienced entrepreneurs and providing meaningful networking opportunities. The initial program consisted of 100 founders selected by the National Human Council and other organizations, such as the Singapore Retailer Association and Timber. Over a million dollars worth of seed funding was handed out to outstanding business ideas from the 100 youth entrepreneurs. Nominations are now open for the next batch of a hundred youth founders to mentor the next generation. Kent advises entrepreneurs to plan for the worst-case scenario and not get too caught up in the “shiny objects” when they are trying to make decisions. For more information, people can Google “Sandbox Somerset” or visit the website sandboxsamerset.com.

    OUTPUT

    On this episode of Money FM 89.3, we talk to Kent Till, founder and CEO of Invade. Kent explains his business which is focused on re-imagining spaces through "space content activation." He believes that entrepreneurship is not just about flexible hours and taking it easy, but instead it's about putting in hard work to be successful. To help other startups, he developed the Somerset Sandbox program, which is designed to condense a lot of information and support into a two-week period. This allowed for the connection of experienced and inexperienced entrepreneurs and provided them with valuable networking opportunities. A million dollars worth of seed funding was provided to the 100 youth entrepreneurs who were selected by the National Human Council and other organizations. Nominations are now open for the upcoming batch of youth founders for the program to mentor the next generation. Kent advises entrepreneurs to plan for the worse-case scenario and not be too fixated on the “shiny objects” when making decisions. For more information, check out sandboxsamerset.com or Google “Sandbox Somerset”. Tune in to hear how Kent’s experiences as an entrepreneur and his advice can help you on your journey.

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    This week on the Digital Marketing Podcast, Kieran Rogers, Louise Crossley, and Daniel Rose discuss the use of AI in marketing. They first discuss a podcast episode by Joe Rogan interviewing Steve Jobs that was created using AI. The AI was able to create an uncanny conversation between the two people using a script based on how they both talk. Additionally, AI is being used to create art that is winning awards and entering competitions. There is a debate about whether this is art and some competitions have banned AI generated art. They then discuss the AI writing tool Jasper.ai and how it can be used to generate text, titles, meta descriptions, blog outlines and definitions. They also discuss DalE2 which creates images and can also be used to generate virtual reality worlds. They emphasize that AI should be used to augment humans and not replace them. They also explain the dangers of using AI to generate content and how it can have a negative impact if used incorrectly.

    In this text, the speaker is discussing the use of AI tools in digital marketing and their potential to create content quickly and easily. They state that AI tools can save time when creating content, but there is a danger of creating content that is all too similar and lacks creative flair. The speaker then mentions a few AI tools, such as a sound-generating app, which can be used to create sound clips for podcasts as well as a video editing tool. They also mention the issue of copyright and who owns the rights to the content created with AI tools. The speaker concludes by emphasizing the importance of brand trust and the need to stand out from the competition by creating exceptional content, rather than trying to do too much at once.

    OUTPUT

    This week on the Digital Marketing Podcast, Kieran Rogers, Louise Crossley, and Daniel Rose are discussing the use of AI in marketing. They begin by talking about a podcast episode created using AI that replicated an interview between Joe Rogan and Steve Jobs. They then move onto AI generated art, which has received awards and sparked debate about what truly is art. The group then discuss AI writing tools such as Jasper.ai and the image creator DalE2, which has been used to generate virtual reality worlds. The speakers caution the use of AI to augment humans and not replace them, as it has the potential for negative impact if used incorrectly. They also stress the importance of ensuring brand trust is upheld and content is created that stands out from the competition. AI can be an effective tool to save time, but creative flair is needed to rise above the competition.

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