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When you're doing a text-to-image prompt for a generative AI model like Midjourney or Stable Diffusion, I'm sure you can conjure a Matisse-like image in your mindseye to help you inspire the model to create avant-garde or fauvistic images for your project. Continue Reading →
During yesterday's livestream, I made a claim that I could take anyone who uses a computer for work and, in 45 minutes, make them 5-25% more productive at their job. The only prerequisites: a ChatGPT Plus account and WiFi access. Continue Reading →
Canadian musician Grimes has expressed her willingness to share 50% of the royalties from her upcoming album with an AI program known as "WarNymph." The AI was created by Grimes's ex-partner, Elon Musk, and features on her album, producing some of the music. Continue Reading →
Chat interfaces for GPT-4 may soon take a backseat to a new approach: autonomous agents. Emerging versions such as AutoGPT, BabyAGI, and the no-code GodMode promise a simplified user experience by focusing on achieving user goals with minimal input. Although it's still early days, autonomous agents are poised to revolutionize how we interact with technology and each other. Continue Reading →
Google is incorporating generative AI into its marketing business, offering advertisers AI-generated content across its platforms, according to a report from the Financial Times. Alphabet plans to use large language model (LLM) technology, similar to that used in its Bard chatbot, to create ads on search pages, YouTube, Maps, Gmail, and its other platforms. Continue Reading →

Musk v. Microsoft

Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter, has threatened to sue Microsoft, accusing the tech giant of using Twitter data to train its AI models without permission. Continue Reading →
It seems history is repeating itself. Remember when the RIAA thought it was a great idea to sue music lovers who used Napster? Well, now they are at it again. It may be a synthetic singer, but it's an old song. Here's the refrain. Continue Reading →

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