I’ve got some fascinating information for you today. Thomson Reuters, man. This company has been in the information game for a long time. Like, way back to 1934. That’s insane. They started out as a newspaper company and have gotten into the whole research and workflow products thing for legal, accounting, and tax professionals. Recently, they dropped $650 million for this company called Casetext that offers an AI assistant for legal professionals. They’ve also gone all-in on generative AI, planning to spend $100 million per year on it. It’s wild how businesses are transforming these days. They’ve really gone all out to prepare their employees for this shift. They’ve launched this big generative AI education initiative and more than 14,000 people got in on the learning. Even created new roles specifically dedicated to reskilling and integration. The company’s seeing some big impacts already. Pretty cool stuff. And it’s not just Thomson Reuters jumping on the generative AI train. According to this survey from Ernst & Young, basically all the CEOs are either planning or already investing in generative AI. Crazy times we’re living in.