It’s been another value-packed week in the AI world! A potential AI app called BeFake is in the works! Google looking to overtake OpenAI with ‘Gemini’. Exciting times ahead!
In Today’s Overview:
📈 Trending: Quick list of this weeks most popular tools…
💡 Training: Turn ChatGPT into your quiz bot!
🧠 Breaking News: An AI based social media app is coming soon….
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Ekom- Writes product descriptions that convert in seconds!
Postwise- Automatically writes and schedules viral tweets!
Docktopus- Creates AI presentations for you with just a prompt!
Beehiiv - Start making over $1,000 from newsletters referrals!
Zapt - Creates apps with ChatGPT!
Here’s a prompt which turns chatGPT into a quiz bot, so it can test your knowledge on certain topics! Great for studying or learning!
(Copy and paste this into ChatGPT 👇🏼)
“Create a quiz on [insert topic] at the [Insert level} level with 20 questions and check my answers. At the end give me a grade from A-F and suggest ways I can improve”
Kristen Garcia Dumont, who was once the boss of Machine Zone, has come up with a cool new social media app called BeFake. Instead of just posting regular selfies, this app lets you make fantasy versions of yourself using pictures that an AI creates!
You don't just post a photo. Instead, you type what you're thinking or feeling, and the AI turns that into a picture.
Kristen, the creator, thinks this is a more real way of expressing ourselves. With BeFake, people might not feel the need to always look perfect, like they sometimes do with regular photos.
In the BeFake community, the most imaginative and fun AI-created pictures become popular. You can share these pictures, and others can say which ones they like the most.
Why It Matters: Kristen has a history of making really successful games, so when she makes something new, it's worth paying attention to. BeFake could change how we use AI in social media, and we're excited to see where it goes!
Satya Nadella, the head of Microsoft, believes that AI's influence on society and business is as big as how the internet changed everything when it first came around. He describes this transformation using the term "tidal wave," which means a massive and powerful change. Given that Microsoft is pouring a whopping $13 billion into AI that can create content (like stories or answers), it's clear they're aiming to be at the forefront of this AI wave.
A fun connection here is that Bill Gates, who co-founded Microsoft, used the same "tidal wave" phrase to talk about the internet about 20 years ago. So, Microsoft has a history of spotting these big, game-changing trends and diving right into them.
Google is getting ready to take on OpenAI's ChatGPT with its own AI system called Gemini. They plan to release Gemini soon, in the fall.
They're adding Gemini to some of their products, like Bard, and business tools including Google Docs and Slides. But here's the cool part: Gemini will use special info from YouTube, Google Books, and Google Scholar. This means it'll have a lot of knowledge from these sources, giving it an advantage over other AI like ChatGPT.
So, Google is basically powering up its tools with a super-smart AI system that knows a lot from various sources. This could be a big game-change
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