Google Bard is now Gemini!

Introduction Google has introduced a major update and rebrand by transitioning Bard into Gemini. This change isn’t just in name; it reflects a broader commitment to harnessing the power of advanced AI models to enrich everyday experiences. With the introduction of Gemini, users are invited to explore a new realm of possibilities, from enhancing learning … Read more

Dall-E vs Stable Diffusion

AI Showdown @ nonBot Hey there, tech nerds and art lovers! Are you ready for a wild ride into the world where creativity meets cutting-edge artificial intelligence? Today, we’re setting the stage for an epic showdown between two titans of AI image generation: Dall-E and Stable Diffusion. Imagine this as the digital age’s answer to … Read more

Unleashing GenAI: How to Build Your Own Custom GPT Model with ChatGPT

Please Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Hello, fellow AI enthusiasts and curious minds! Welcome to our latest blog post here on nonBot where we dive into the exciting world of generative AI and, more specifically, the art of creating custom GPT models with OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4. If you’ve already watched the video above, you’re halfway into … Read more

Amazon’s AI Ready Initiative: Bridging the AI Skills Gap

In an era where artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping industries, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced a groundbreaking initiative named “AI Ready.” This initiative aims to democratize AI knowledge and skills globally. AI technology is advancing rapidly, creating a growing demand for skilled professionals. However, there’s a significant gap between the demand for AI expertise … Read more

Why I dislike ChatGPT-4 🤬

It really is so much dumber than GPT-3.5 (see below)! While it may be smarter based on the larger dataset it was trained on, it got worse at following directions and having “common sense”. Kinda like how some smart people don’t always have the best social skills… This is why I use GPT-3.5 for mission … Read more

AI @ Work, a Stat You Should Know!

Hi! I was reading some posts over on LinkedIn when I found the stat below… “A recent paper, published by MIT, BCG, UPenn Wharton, and other institutions, shows the marked ways employees gain performance benefits when employing generative AI. While the highest performers saw a 17% increase in productivity, lower-performing workers gained a whopping 43% … Read more