Can you believe it’s mid-December and another year is almost done?

That can only mean one thing … it’s time for our annual episode where we gaze into the proverbial communications crystal ball …

OK, it’s not that dramatic, really. But Gini, Joe and I do talk about three of the trends we’ll be watching over the next 12 months:

  1. Natural language generation and AI writing assistants
  2. Values-based communication and leadership counsel
  3. Impact and consequences of social media algorithms

Check it out and let us know what you think and what other trends you may be seeing on the horizon.

This is our last show of 2021 and we’d like to say a big thank you for listening and for supporting us.

Before we go, here’s that link to Janelle Shane’s AI Weirdness Advent Calendar.

And here’s one more AI Weirdness post, predictions for future top-selling toys.

And now, in the spirit of brevity (and the season), we want to wish you all a wonderful holiday and all the best in the new year.

Stay safe. Stay healthy. And stay tuned :).

We’ll be back with more bi-weekly episodes in 2022!

It’s your turn

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Thank you to the people behind Inside PR

Our producer is Jacob Waxman, a talented musician, producer, and recording engineer. Jacob produced the episode and is also the composer of our new theme music. Roger Dey is our announcer.

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