Last week was one of those times when I had to ask myself, where did the time go?

It was mostly work for the #Lisbon Collective and classes. We’re teaching students to come up with a simple #Content Strategy.

Innovation In The Medical Field

Being late as usual to the cool TV Shows, I finished watching The Dropout. And since then I’ve been looking at it from the perspective of Reputation Management, going beyond the individual level.

At one point in the show, Phyllis Gardner says to Elizabeth Holmes that what she is doing isn’t just wrong, it doesn’t just hurt her, but hurts women who wish to succeed in this field.

I agree with Phyllis wholeheartedly and would take it further. Every startup that sells snake oil to investors hurts the credibility of innovators in this field. And yes, women are hit harder.

How Far Can Personal Automation Go?

I don’t know the answer, and this week I found out my current setup includes over 30 automations that I use daily. Somehow I haven’t lost track of them because triggering them is now second nature to me.

And on that subject, @Rui Carmo takes the prize. He wrote a blog post about building OpenAI writing aids as macos services.

Rui created multiple Apple Shortcuts that use #ChatGPT with different prompts, which can be used across all devices via iCloud sync. This allows him to manipulate text, generating extra notes, formatting it, etc. The details are on his blog if you want to go down that rabbit hole.

Your AI Tools for this week

A while back I shared a link to a video where a programmer showed how to create YouTube shorts with AI. Later, I started coming across other such tools with a much friendlier interface., Generate TikToks, Shorts, and Reels from your YouTube videos in a click using AI., Repurpose your long-form videos into bite-sized content., Create & edit video shorts using AI