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Some upbeat news and real-world use-cases for AI.
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OpenAI API comes to business 💵
AI can help dyslexics 🖥
Finding the best AI writing tool ✍️
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OpenAI Releases an API for ChatGPT with Capacity Targeted for Business Use 💵
Greg Brockman, Open AI’s president and chairman, told TechCrunch yesterday that OpenAI is introducing an application programming interface (API) that will “allow any business to build ChatGPT tech in to their apps, websites, products and services”:
Here are the key details surrounding this release:
OpenAI has released gpt-3.5-turbo, an optimized and more responsive version of its ChatGPT model, which is priced at $0.002 per 1,000 tokens, making it cheaper for businesses to access the powerful tech.
Early adopters of the ChatGPT API include Snap, Quizlet, Instacart, and Shopify.
OpenAI has developed Chat Markup Language (ChatML) to feed text to the ChatGPT API as a sequence of messages with metadata, which should prevent unintended ChatGPT behavior.
OpenAI will provide more frequent model updates, and developers will be automatically upgraded to the latest stable model.
This story fairly points out that, given some of ChatGPT’s recent SNAFU’s (racist, sexist responses to user prompts, etc.), big businesses like Instacart and Shopify have reasons both for optimism and caution around implementing this API.
“Brands, no doubt, wouldn’t want to be caught in the crosshairs,” the story recited. “Brockman is adamant they won’t be.”
As long as the API doesn’t respond to an Instacart grocery order with a heavy lean toward ethnic food with a bad joke or a slur, we can see how the API will enhance the consumer experience.
But we imagine the companies taking this risk will be holding their breaths in the rollout.
Apple holds off on ChatGPT update to BlueMail app citing potential generation of “inappropriate content”: Apple informed the company recently that they must include a 17+ age restriction, a precedent-setting move.
Romanian Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca implements an AI “adviser”: Romanian researchers created “Ion,” an AI assistant which will “scan social networks” to determine what the Romanian people want in real time. That should end well.
AI is poised to make generating email (already rote and trite) not better but much faster: Gmail already tries to complete your sentences. An enhanced Autocomplete function could just write the reply for you.
Bank of America analysts deem AI like ChatGPT a possible “iPhone moment” given the “warp speed” of its widespread adoption: “Bank of America predicts’ AI’s economic impact could be worth up to $15.7 trillion by 2030.”
ChatGPT and AI Could Provide Dyslexic Talent a Bridge to Enhanced Success 🖥️
Dyslexia is a condition that has ended countless careers for people who loved to write or deliver commentary over the air. That’s clearly an unjust outcome.
AI might well erase the difficulties that dyslexic individuals face managing and conveying language.
AI can serve as virtual editors for dyslexic executives, allowing for more opportunities to pursue advanced degrees.
Dyslexia is a disorder characterized by difficulty reading, writing, and pronouncing words, affecting 3% to 7% of the population, and is more often diagnosed in boys.
It is an inherited disorder relating to the brain's language processing system, not related to intellectual ability.
Dyslexic thinkers have unique skills that allow them to view issues from multiple dimensions, adding value to AI in fields such as data analytics, customer relations, graphic design, and IT.
The rise of AI will make it more probable that employers will add dyslexics to their talent capabilities, as their unique way of thinking is hard for AI to duplicate.
Especially in fields like national intelligence, dyslexic operatives bring an invaluable skill set to problems like spotting irregularities in large data patterns or real-life real-time circumstances.
As a recruiter for the British Intelligence Services put it, employees who can “quickly spot small anomalies” have the unique capacity to “prevent a terrorist act or the organization of a crime.”
In an increasingly scary world, any optimization of targeted hyper-awareness in law enforcement and national intelligence can only help.
Best AI Writing Tools ✍️
We put 5 of the best AI writing tools to the test with 3 specific prompts to help us grow the Smoking Robot brand:
1) Write a press release
2) Create a blog post
3) Put together a social media thread
Who wrote it best? Find out here.
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