Common barriers hold entrepreneurs back, AI can help founders cross them
Something I feel isn't highlighted enough is that the responses here are incredibly high level, even after prompting for specificity. Some of it is because chatgpt isn't connected to the net so can't say "hey try talking to Bob".
It also relies very heavily on the individual taking initiative and asking questions and *wanting* to start a business, which if it were the case these steps wouldn't be the blocking constraint. This is my conjecture though from generally seeing enormous numbers of people dismiss starting a company with "I don't have a good enough idea", which is code for "I don't wanna for various reasons."
I'm incredibly curious though how this works in your class setting. In that arena it could very well be extremely useful, if only because it takes away the middle-part tedium which kills far too many efforts.
You're totally right. I asked ChatGPT about opening a coffee shop that only served black coffee as a joke and realized in the process it really could be helpful in this way.
Love this. Just sent it to two entrepreneurs in my life, including one who already started using ChatGPT to build his vision of an online mathematical card game.