In today’s email:
👀 Is ChatGPT becoming lazier and dumber? The answer is probably no!
🤖 Google also Added more features to Bard including voice input and pinned chats
🗽 A writer at New Yorker tries to replace himself with AI
🛠 Various AI-related tools and platforms, including SimpleBio, Swap Anything, Prompts Royale, Floneum, Gloo, Rigt, Poe for Mac, Arches AI, BrainFever AI, GenWorlds, Cheerleader AI, Nekton AI, Cognitive Collective AI job board, and more.
Google Introduced NotebookLM [Link]
An AI-first notebook, grounded in your own documents, designed to help you gain insights faster.
NotebookLM is an experimental product designed to use the power and promise of language models paired with your existing content to gain critical insights, faster. Think of it as a virtual research assistant that can summarize facts, explain complex ideas, and brainstorm new connections — all based on the sources you select.
Stable Doodle is available on the Clipdrop by Stability AI website and app (iOS and Google Play). Users can begin experimenting with the tool without a login, subject to daily limits. The user-friendly interface is designed to be intuitive: users create a basic sketch with a mouse, choose an art style, and click ‘generate’. It’s that simple!
Free, Fast & Furious Finetuning [Link]
Lamini is releasing a public alpha: an easy way to finetune LLMs to chat about your data
It’s free, on small LLMs
It’s fast, taking ~15 minutes
It’s furious, putting GPUs into a frenzy
Learn AI like it’s 2023 [Link]
AI won’t take your job. Someone using AI will. Best time to level up? Yesterday. Second best? Right now.
Luckily, there’s Brilliant — the interactive app that makes it easy to master concepts in math, data, and computer science in just minutes a day.
They have thousands of lessons on tons of topics — from AI and neural networks to data science.
They break down complex concepts into digestible building blocks that stick.
Their interactive style keeps you engaged, so it’s easy to build a daily habit.
Join over 10 million people around the world and start building skills in minutes a day. You can try everything Brilliant has to offer for free for a full 30 days. Plus, right now you can get an exclusive 20% off an annual premium membership.
A writer at New Yorker tries to replace himself with AI [Link]
A new wave of artificial-intelligence startups is trying to “scale language” by automating the work of writing. I asked one such company to try to replace me.
I stood in the lobby of the Silicon Valley tech lab of Robodot, watching a shiny, humanoid robot shuffle towards me. It was roughly the same height as me, with a sleek metal covering and glowing blue eyes. In that moment, I was overwhelmed with a deep sense of dread: The robot had been created to replace me.
Reminder: Join this Twitter space today to learn more about Elon Muck’s new AI company, X.AI
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