I did a comparison of Google's Bard vs. ChatGPT Plus on Shelly Palmer LIVE last Wednesday. During the showdown, I demonstrated some of the most useful ChatGPT plugins. Over the weekend, I had the chance to try out about 25 of them – there is gold here! Continue Reading →
OpenAI has launched an official ChatGPT app for iOS. It's free to use, ad-free, and supports voice input. Initially available to U.S. users, the ChatGPT app allows users to ask questions, seek advice, and conduct research without a traditional web search. (Take that, Google!) The app syncs user history across devices and integrates with OpenAI's open-source speech recognition system, Whisper, for voice input. Continue Reading →
Today on Shelly Palmer LIVE (12:15 p.m. ET on YouTube Live), I'm going to demonstrate PrivateGPT: a large language model running locally on my personal computer with no internet access required. It is trained on my private data, which is secure (because it is running locally). Continue Reading →
OpenAI CEO Sam Altman is set to testify before Congress today, marking a critical juncture in the regulation discourse of AI technology. Central to this conversation is OpenAI's generative AI chatbot, ChatGPT, which has dramatically accelerated AI development, spurring giants like Microsoft and Google to hasten their AI-powered offerings. Continue Reading →
Microsoft is planning to offer dedicated, private ChatGPT servers as early as next month. A private installation of ChatGPT (in the Azure cloud, of course) would allow a business to keep its proprietary data separate and safe. When it launches, this will be "the" product of the year. Continue Reading →
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 →
Be honest – how often do you read the Terms & Conditions for the online services you use? If you're like most people, the answer is "almost never." That's fine for some things, but today, I want you to read Section 3, Paragraph (c) of OpenAI's Terms of Use. It is the most important thing you are going to read this morning. Continue Reading →