In recent years, we witnessed the emergence of new venture models, including startup studios, talent investing, open innovation and venture clients. As a result of this transformation, which saw various kinds of organizations create businesses just like any other product, the function of the lone entrepreneur was put to the test. With the rise of natural language processing tools like ChatGPT, we can wonder what will be left to human creativity in the technology industry. How will it impact venture building? Does it make sense to learn how to code to start a business? What areas are still promising in this new era? How will established organizations, including traditional investors, adapt to the impact of AI on entrepreneurship? We will discuss these pressing questions with a diverse group of venture builders.