Hey there, 

Get a free ticket to the SW2 conference, discover how to switch from regular product management to AI-focused, or become a co-founder of an AI startup! This and more in this issue of AIPH’s updates!

Let’s dive in!


  • Nishant envisions a next-generation product analytics tool for LLM-first apps. He’s building Mixpanel for LLM apps. You can give your feedback about his idea here
  • a16z compiled a rating of the 50 most popular AI web products. In six months, the list was updated by almost half. More details. 
  • Juan wants to figure out what steps he could take to move from insurtech product management to start working on developing AI solutions. Share your thoughts here. 
  • Tim shared a grim post about life2vec – an AI solution that can determine your lifespan. Check it out!
  • Tanvi would love to catch up over coffee if you are in Seattle or the bay area.
  • Kiana asked for a career advice. She’s a L1 SaaS technical support and wants to move to Product Management. Join the thread

    Moving to AI product management is a sage decision. Especially when the voices talking about AI taking people’s jobs become louder:


Exciting news! We’ve become partners with SW2 Conference!

SW2 is a conference devoted to the next wave of software development. A welcoming community of experts will gather to learn about what’s next, years before those topics appear at other conferences. 

Topics will include WASM, containers, observability, APIs, DevOps, and the deepening initiatives around cloud computing. In addition, we’ll explore AI Co-pilots, code assists, agents, vector databases, AIops, infrastructure and synthetic data requirements of AI development, and the entire LLM ecosystem.

Confirmed speakers are working at:

  • Google
  • AWS
  • Cloudflare
  • SK Ventures
  • Postman
  • E2B
  • GitHub and many more!

The conference will occur on May 14-15 in Broomfield, Colorado. You can use the promo code hive15 to get 15% off!

We’ve got a free ticket for the community! If you’d like to attend the conference and take a couple photos/videos for us in the process — drop a reply to this message or ping Maksym Khamrovskyi on our Slack


  • Tereza wrote a brilliant blog post that compared how agents with or without code interpreter capabilities performed across different tasks. Give it a read!
  • Matija wrote a blog post about a free, open-source alternative to Devin, specialized for building web apps. 
  • Max shared a massive list of courses, books, and helpful blog posts for everyone who wants to switch from regular product management to AI-focused. Check it out👇

1) Learn AI Basics: The first step in your transition is to build a solid foundation in artificial intelligence. You’ll want to familiarize yourself with the basic concepts of AI, including machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, and natural language processing.

2) Understand Product Development Processes: As a product manager, you already have a strong understanding of product development processes. However, AI product development can be different and may require additional knowledge.

3) Develop Proficiency with AI Tools: Many AI tools are available to help you develop AI solutions. Learning to use these tools effectively can be a key part of your transition.

4) Gain Hands-On Experience: Practical experience is invaluable. Try to get involved in AI projects, either at your current job, through side projects, or by contributing to open-source projects. 

5) Enhance Soft Skills and Communication: AI development isn’t just about technical skills. You’ll also need to be able to communicate effectively with various stakeholders, including engineers, executives, and customers.  

6) Stay Updated with AI Trends and Ethical Considerations: The field of AI is rapidly evolving, and it’s important to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and developments. You can follow influencers on social media, more on that below

Here are some resources that might be helpful:

Online Courses:


  • “Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach” by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig.
  • “AI for People and Business” by Alex Castrounis
  • “Human Compatible: Artificial Intelligence and the Problem of Control” by Stuart Russell
  • Andrew Ng
  • Demis Hassabis
  • Fei-Fei Li
  • Mark Minevich
  • Basically, anyone you can find on Twitter from OpenAI, Microsoft AI department, or Antropic

Blog Posts:


  •  Nick offers a job opportunity in Munich (Hybrid). Trail is hiring for full-time software engineers! 
  • Miranda invites you to join Deep Tech Momentum. An invite-only bootcamp designed to accelerate growth for Europe’s top early-stage Deep Tech startups and entrepreneurs.
  • M M Shahria is looking for Technical Co-Founder @ HealGain. HealGain is an AI-driven platform aiming to redefine natural wellness. 
  • Juan is an experienced PM and would love to hit the ground running with AI Products. Ping him if you’ve got any opportunities.

    It looks like non-AI product management will become rare soon enough. Sounds like an opportunity!


  • Tim shared a GPT that creates a meme for issues (and offers some tounge in cheek advice).
  • Also, Tim shared a fantastic ad that offers a more positive perspective on AI taking our jobs. 

Calling All our AI Enthusiasts! 

Do you have a groundbreaking idea, a question, or a project you’re eager to share? Our community is the perfect platform for you!

We’re on the lookout for discussion topics and project presentations. This is your chance to spark conversations, exchange knowledge, and collaborate with fellow AI aficionados.
Why Participate?

  • Showcase Your Work: Gain visibility for your projects and ideas.
  • Collaborate and Connect: Engage with like-minded individuals and potential collaborators.
  • Drive the AI Conversation: Contribute to the shaping of future AI trends and discussions.

Simply reply to this post with your topic or project overview.

That’s it, take care!

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