AI this week #36

London has seen its first snow today and as we are slowly moving towards the festive season, I am excited to announce that we are also marching towards the launch of the next version of our Everyday Series. This new series version features new products and innovative technologies to help you stay organized and productive. The new version will use Generative text and other AI technologies to provide a series of apps for daily use by the user. We've designed the series to be more user-friendly and customizable so you can get the most out of your everyday activities.

We look forward to sharing more information about the Everyday Series soon.

Everyday Series 2.0 Launch

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Everyday Series is gearing up to launch its version 2.0. The new version will expand its reach from being a daily blog to a regular AI product suite.​The new version lets you play around with AI...

Free Sessions

I will also be running a few sessions during the holiday season for the members (limited seats) more like a short course and will be more generic with links for in-depth analysis. Will also showcase newer features and how they can use them in their existing products/services / build new products. We will cover ChatGPT, GPT3, vision, audio, animation, logos, business applications, and RPA among others. It will also be a revision of what we did last year. Dates are not decided yet and will be communicated shortly.

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World this week

Back to our weekly regular section of what happened this week. ChatGPT is one for sure and you might have already read about it. There are many other updates too but let me keep the focus of today's post to share links about things people are doing with ChatGPT.

ChatGPT: Optimizing Language Models for Dialogue
We’ve trained a model called ChatGPT which interacts in a conversational way. The dialogue format makes it possible for ChatGPT to answer followup questions, admit its mistakes, challenge incorrect premises, and reject inappropriate requests. ChatGPT is a sibling model to InstructGPT, which is train…
ChatGPT: The Next Level in Conversational AI
Cool Things You Can Do with ChatGPT
ChatGPT — It wrote a Movie Script Based on My Short Story
It used its own words and gave a name to a character.
ChatGPT shrugged
The chatbot-style Q&A format invites questions -- but could we get OpenAI’s large language model to be open and clear about AI’s limitations?
What AI-Generated Art Really Means for Human Creativity
Artificial intelligence can now make better art than most humans. Soon, these engines of wow will transform how we design just about everything.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT shows why implementation is key with generative AI
OpenAI released ChatGPT this week, and it’s a great example of why user experience is the future for generative AI.
The 5 Best Uses (So Far) for ChatGPT’s AI Chatbot
How a complex AI chatbot can make your life easier, one task at a time.
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ChatGPT can tell jokes, even write articles. But only humans can detect its fluent bullshit | Kenan Malik
It has been hailed as the AI program that could spell the end of search engines, but we should beware putting our trust in a machine
How Google Got Smoked by ChatGPT
The most embarrassing part is that the search giant has a chatbot that’s better.

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