In today’s email:
🔥 Meta Introducing Llama 2
📺 Create episodes of TV shows with a prompt
🧠 A new AI tool decodes brain cancer’s genome during surgery
🛠 Various AI-related tools and platforms, including Woop, Wonderslide, Faraday, Toggle AI, LangSmith, Email AI, Permar AI, FYI, Kino AI, SweetSpot, CoPrompt, Finito AI, Booom AI, Bifrost, Cerelyze, and more.
The next generation of our open-source large language model
Llama 2 pre-trained models are trained on 2 trillion tokens and have double the context length than Llama 1. Its fine-tuned models have been trained on over 1 million human annotations. Llama 2 outperforms other open-source language models on many external benchmarks, including reasoning, coding, proficiency, and knowledge tests.
Replicate also released some tools that make it easy to test Llama 2.
In other news, Microsoft is going to charge $30 per month for generative AI features [Link]
Impressive paper: Create episodes of TV shows with a prompt – SHOW-1 will write, animate, direct, voice, and edit for you. [Link]
We used South Park FOR RESEARCH ONLY – we won’t be releasing the ability to make your own South Park episodes -not our IP!
TED Tech – An Event for Humans Operating in the Age of Uncertainty [Link]
You’re invited to TED’s first all-tech event bringing together technology, art, and culture. On September 18-19 at London’s Southbank Centre, we’ll dive into the dynamic spaces shaping society with ideas and insights from artists, builders, technologists, and business leaders, helping us navigate the uncertainty around AI, Web3, and immersive tech.
This is significant because:
What could take days now can be done during surgery.
It offers crucial insights into cancer’s aggressiveness and probable treatment responses.
It provides instant guidance to surgeons regarding the best approach for removing cancerous tissues.
Prompt of the Day 🍭
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