I asked ChatGPT to “write a newspaper story about the history of the Indianapolis Business Journal.” The result—produced in seconds—was a flowery, verbose and often incorrect take on our news organization.
Do other folks who work at IBJ Media have opinions about what we do in the newsroom? You bet. Do we listen to their concerns and questions? Of course. But ultimately, I’m responsible for our news decisions.
In contrast, Hoosiers last year re-elected a leader who embodies what are today considered the rare qualities listed above when we voted overwhelmingly for Sen. Todd Young to begin his second term as Indiana’s senior U.S. senator.
What I found during the pandemic is that many (but not all) reporters and editors can be productive working remotely. Some of them can even be more productive at home. But that doesn’t always mean the team is more productive with everyone working apart.
Listening to the reasons that someone holds a divergent view can be enlightening. It can engender empathy and help build bridges across the political divide. And it can even help you sharpen your own arguments to back up what you believe.
The political scene in Indiana has sunk to a new level—standup comedy.
To date, the candidates’ stances on public safety and gun laws have taken center stage. Absent from the discussion have been a vision and plan for creating a more prosperous and more livable city.
Email us at AIsurvey@ibj.com and tell us how your company or you use generative artificial intelligence, like chatbots. What you tell us over the next week will help us shape a survey we’re sending out.
Our nomination deadlines for these programs are not arbitrary.
Enjoy reading and learning who made the list this year and all the fun facts about Indiana’s leaders.
Both parties are guilty of demonizing the other and using the polarization that they create to raise funds, bring notoriety to themselves, and stake out positions that are all-or-nothing, thus all but eliminating problem-solving and compromise.
My experiences at Mickey’s Camp have been positive and inspiring. And I’ve met people who’ve become sources for IBJ stories or opinion writers for our Forefront section, largely because of the interesting conversations I had with them at Bradford Woods.
Our Engage events highlight regional initiatives that are working, as well as challenges each region hopes to address in order to grow and provide better opportunities for its residents.
Showering attention on the person who was never going to be happy actually gave that complainer the upper hand and let that poor attitude spread like a virus.
Mickey’s Camp for women will be held Aug. 14-16, and Mickey’s Camp for men Aug. 16-18.
IBJ published its first Innovation Issue in 2015 and since then issues have focused on artificial intelligence, the internet of things, design thinking, blockchain and energy.
Bill built businesses and courageously fought for a more prosperous Indiana. In his honor, IBJ is creating an award to honor those that follow Bill’s example.
If your company or organization has ever appeared on any of IBJ’s 70-plus lists (think Largest Accounting Firms, Largest Employment Agencies or Most Difficult Area Golf Courses), you have Terry to thank for the list being published at all!
Although, the app has been available less than a year, it has garnered more than 100 million users, making it the fastest growing consumer application of all time.
Getting to meet our Leadership in Law honorees every year for their video shoots is truly one of my favorite parts of my job. It’s fun and inspiring to hear from lawyers of all facets of the law and all steps of the proverbial ladder.