In today’s email:

  • 📚 GPT Builder: A GPT to help you build GPTs.

  • 👨🏼‍🔬 Using chatGPT in research and academic applications

  • 🧑‍💻 HackerGPT (aka whiterabbitneo) is a LLaMA 2 model fine-tuned to be a cybersecurity expert.

  • 🧰 9 new AI-powered tools and resources. Make sure to check the online version for the full list of tools.

Correction: Yesterday we shared news about Project ALOHA. The title mistakenly said from Google Deepmind. This project was done at Stanford University and not Google.

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A few hours ago, a Reddit user posted this picture as a proof of concept for creating verification selfies using StableDiffusion. The original post(and the second) has been removed ever since, but his 3rd post is still up and it includes a workflow to recreate similar images.

Workflow for consistent faces:

  • I combined 2 loras. (e.g. x+y+z=1 experiment till consistency and aesthetic) Others have pointed out face swapper is quicker. I haven’t tried.

  • Generated a batch without Loras and selected an image I liked (prompt ethnicity, hairstyle, and length for consistency). Recycled seed and ADetailered face with loras and controller.

  • Workflow for text on card: SD will generate blank paper. Physically write what you want on a paper, the more textured, the better. Layer as hard light in Photoshop and clean up.

  • Workflow for text on skin: Write using a brush in Photoshop. Warp to match body contour. Run img2img inpaint with paint on the skin in prompt, high denoising, with Controlnet Canny. May have to crop to 512×512 and enlarge the text area before img2img for good results. Again layer the image in Photoshop.

On January 9th, prepare to witness a revolutionary shift in human-machine communication with the unveiling of the Rabbit r1:

  • Technology that adapts to you for a seamless digital experience.

  • Speak naturally, and r1 will understand and act for you.

  • Rabbit’s AI and Large Action Model (LAM) revolutionizes your daily digital interactions.

The r1 is not just another gadget; it’s a window into a futuristic way of living.

A leaker with a mixed track record, yeux1122, suggests that Apple will announce new generative AI features for Siri at this year’s WWDC. The update is expected to enhance Siri with more personalized and natural conversations, better device management across various Apple products, and new Apple-specific creation services. It may also include integration with various external services and distinct features for subscription services.

Bloomberg reported last year that Apple has been developing its own ChatGPT-like AI, dubbed Apple GPT, since 2022. This project is a collaborative effort between Apple’s AI, software engineering, and cloud services teams. While there’s no concrete plan yet, insiders believe Apple aims to make a significant AI-related announcement in 2024, with WWDC being a likely venue.

The possibility of subscription-based services is also hinted at, suggesting Apple’s interest in generating revenue through generative AI.

9to5Mac comments on yeux1122’s track record, noting their mixed accuracy in the past. The article suggests that it’s likely Apple will introduce significant generative AI improvements to Siri this year, considering the industry trends and Apple’s capabilities. The article also speculates that Apple might offer both free and subscription versions of its AI services, similar to ChatGPT, to cover the high computational costs of such services.

A user on Twitter, Dylan Roussel, has shared some insights on upcoming features for Google’s Bard, based on his first look at some unreleased features. Here are the key points he mentioned:

  1. Motoko: A codename for a new feature related to creating ‘Bots’. Details are limited, but it suggests a function for users to create their own bots within Bard.

  2. Bard Advanced with Google One: Google plans to offer 3 months of Bard Advanced for free through Google One. This advanced version will utilize Gemini Ultra.

  3. Gallery: This feature, still in development, aims to help users explore different topics and see potential uses of Bard. It will likely showcase example prompts on various subjects.

  4. Tasks: This appears to be a feature for managing long-running tasks, possibly including image generation, but specific details are scant.

  5. Sharing Background/Foreground: While details are unclear, it involves visual aspects of sharing, with Roussel’s screenshots only showing the “Foreground” part.

  6. Power up: A feature in the works, intended to enhance user prompts by running them through an AI to expand or improve them. No working examples are available yet.

Roussel notes that these features are unreleased and subject to change, and there’s a possibility they might not be implemented at all.

Other stuff

Superpower ChatGPT now supports voice 🎉

Text-to-Speech and Speech-to-Text. Easily have a conversation with ChatGPT on your computer

Superpower ChatGPT Extension on Chrome
Superpower ChatGPT Extension on Firefox
Tools & LinkS

Algomo – AI Agents for Shopify.

AI Employee – Create browser automation as if you were teaching a human using GPT-4 Vision

Spence – Your AI Career Copilot

OpenTaskAI – A marketplace that connects AI freelancers and business need

authentiGPT – Verify and certify contents generated by humans, AI, or both

Qlient – Empower your calls with AI – smart, responsive & always on

ChatGPT Tips and Tricks – Part 3: Timestamps and counters

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Hi, I'm The Obsessed Guy and I am passionate about artificial intelligence. I have spent years studying and working in the field, and I am fascinated by the potential of machine learning, deep learning, and natural language processing. I love exploring how these technologies are being used to solve real-world problems and am always eager to learn more. In my spare time, you can find me tinkering with neural networks and reading about the latest AI research.

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