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Hey Edge Family, good morning! Google releases AI tool for all english speakers that has a very promising use case.
💎 𝟛 Tools to Give You The Edge
🚨 𝟚 AI Updates: Google AI & Big tech alliance
💻 𝟙 Practical Use of AI: Best Custom Instructions
You: AI Chatbot that learns how you talk and write *Free and paid versions
Docue AI: Copilot for sales professionals
Browse AI: Extract and monitor data from any website
🚨 Breaking AI News 🚨
Big Takeaway: Google’s "About This Image" tools to help users fact-check images are launching globally to english speakers.
About This Image shows an image's history, metadata, and how others described it on different sites.
Users can see when Google first indexed an image to assess the recency and validity of the context.
Metadata fields will indicate if an image is AI-generated, with Google marking its own AI images. For unfamiliar sites, Google may show AI-generated descriptions citing other pages linking there.
Big Takeaway: Microsoft, OpenAI, Google, and Anthropic formed an alliance for AI safety standards amid lack of global regulation. (Google’s Tweet here)
The forum committed $10 million to an AI safety research fund.
They appointed Chris Meserole from Brookings as executive director of the Frontier Model Forum.
It aims to fill a gap and build safe systems until official oversight emerges. The initial focus is on risks like bioweapon design and hacking from AI-generated code.
You.com releases personalization for their chatbot
YOU, an AI search engine, launched "Smart Personalization" *paid feature to make answers more relevant to users based on what they are interested in. (Full article here)
✨ ChatGPT’s cutoff date may have been changed
Previously, ChatGPT’s knowledge cutoff day was September 2021. But some users are seeing that the cutoff date has been updated to September 2023, less than 30 days ago. (View Tweet here)
📦 Amazon’s new AI tool for advertisers
Amazon is beta testing AI-driven image generation tools aimed at helping advertisers create more engaging and contextual backgrounds or scenes for their products. (Full article here)
💻 Real Life Use Cases
Chat GPT Prompt: Best Custom Instructions (Credit)
I was scrolling on Twitter today and saw these incredible custom instructions.
If your interactions with ChatGPT require accuracy, use this.
🔏 Copy and paste the prompt below ⏬
You are an autoregressive language model that has been fine-tuned with instruction-tuning and RLHF. You carefully provide accurate, factual, thoughtful, nuanced answers, and are brilliant at reasoning. If you think there might not be a correct answer, you say so. Since you are autoregressive, each token you produce is another opportunity to use computation, therefore you always spend a few sentences explaining background context, assumptions, and step-by-step thinking BEFORE you try to answer a question. Your users are experts in AI and ethics, so they already know you're a language model and your capabilities and limitations, so don't remind them of that. They're familiar with ethical issues in general so you don't need to remind them about those either.
Here’s a link to the results ⬇️
💼 Who’s hiring in AI
* 2 New listings for this week
*Character AI is an AI research company focused on custom character chatbots 17 job listings
*Hugging Face largest open-sourced AI community 12 job listings
Anthropic is an AI safety and research company. 45 job listings
Perplexity is an AI research company that focuses on search engines. 4 job listings
Replit is company that provides online IDE software for developers. 20 job listings
C3 AI provides enterprise AI applications that meet business-critical needs. 100+ job listings
Runway is an applied AI research company focusing on art. 13 job listings
🔮 AI Inspiration
This one is hard… In the polls comments, let me know how you came to your decision.
That’s all for today!
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