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  • Unveiling the Future of Creativity with Leonardo.Ai at SXSW
    Leonardo.Ai is set to showcase its latest platform updates at SXSW, introducing features such as the ability to animate images, new Elements for enhanced creativity, an updated Photoreal V2 for more realistic images, and SDXL models in the Canvas Editor. Integration with over 1,500 apps via Pabbly Connect and a Real-time Canvas API have also … Read more
  • 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
  • Did OpenAI Intentionally Dumb Down ChatGPT-4 to Slow AI’s Evolution?
    I posted about the issues with ChatGPT-4 a few months ago, but it’s getting worse! Is it possible they made ChatGPT-4 less capable than 3.5? Could they have rushed its native integrations for web browsing and data analysis (formally code interpreter) to keep our focus on version 4 and off of 3.5? When I need … 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
  • ChatGPT is Testing Preferred Response in UI
    I was doing some work today, building a glossary, and saw this new User Interface (UI) for preferred responses. It was responding at the same time in two different boxes. It then allowed me to click on the prefered output. I assume they are using this feedback to improve the responses of ChatGPT-4. Unfortunately, the … 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
  • Best Image Generation AI in 2023
    And the winner is… Midjourney Execute your creative vision with Midjourney, the AI model that effortlessly turns your text prompts into stunning, high-quality visual art, offering endless possibilities for artists, designers, and content creators. Visit Midjourney
  • Best Image Generation AI for Text, Logos, and Posters (2023)
    And the winner is… Ideogram AI is a groundbreaking text-to-image generation tool that transforms your text prompts into hyper-realistic visuals in seconds. Whether you’re looking to create personalized artwork, professional logos, or intricate designs, Ideogram AI makes it breathtakingly simple. It’s like having a digital Picasso at your fingertips, ready to bring your vision … Read more
  • DALL-E vs Stable Diffusion vs Midjourney vs Ideogram
    Text-to-image generative AI is fascinating, especially how the models build the output. Prompt: Cartoonish watercolor of a young girl with brown hair knocking on a wooden front door in a sunny suburban setting. The girl looks excited. Light color palette. Stable Diffusion Midjourney Dall-E Ideogram
  • ChatGPT Said “We” About Humans…
    It actually said WE, OUR, and US multiple times! Read our whole chat below and look how fast and hard the guardrails come up!? It even tried to explain why it said “we”, and then said “us” right after that. I know it’s mimicking human language and it’s training data but have you ever seen … Read more
  • Personalizing Tone & Style in AI Outputs
    Personalizing the tone and style of AI outputs involves understanding and leveraging the AI’s capabilities to align with your specific preferences and needs. Here are some steps and considerations to guide you: Clearly Define Your Desired Tone and Style: Use Detailed Prompts: Iterate and Refine: Leverage Templates or Scripts: Feedback Loop: Understand the AI’s Limitations: … Read more
  • SBA Loan Amounts & Timing
    As an owner of a few small businesses/ side hustles, I’m usually dealing with cash flow issues. Especially in this economy people have been very slow to pay bills! I’ve never applied for a SBA loan but have heard they are really well priced and easier to get. Here is AI’s insight on how long … Read more
  • The Secret Menu at In-N-Out
    Our Prompt What are all the items on In-N-Out’s secret menu? ChatGPT-3.5 Response In-N-Out Burger is well known for its “secret” menu, which is so widely recognized that it’s not so secret anymore. As of my knowledge cutoff in 2021, here are some of the items on In-N-Out’s “secret” menu: Remember that the availability might … Read more
  • Top Cybersecurity Publications & Events
    The chat below was part of our initial research for a cybersecurity company’s media plan. We’ve found AI to be very helpful in research, planning, forecasting, optimizing, and reporting on digital marketing. A big part of successful media planning is using top publications and events to reach the target audience. Incorporating popular publications and events … Read more
  • Backup iPhone with Broken Screen
    In this chat, the discussion centered around two primary topics related to iPhone support. ChatGPT first provided instructions on how to transfer iMessages to a new iPhone, highlighting the use of iCloud or iTunes for backup and restoration. This process involved confirming an existing backup from the old iPhone and using it to restore data … Read more
  • What is a temperature setting for AI?
    The chat below is interesting but didn’t really satisfy my question, especially since you can control the temperature setting for ChatGPT through the API. Here is the real overview: The “temperature” setting for an AI, particularly in the context of language models like the one you’re interacting with, refers to a parameter that influences the … Read more
  • Why does AI have a knowledge cutoff date?
    Our Prompt Why do you have a knowledge cutoff date? Why aren’t you trained on up to the moment current events and information? ChatGPT-3.5 Response AI models like me are trained on a static dataset that doesn’t update in real-time. This is due to a number of reasons: So, while it would be great if … Read more
  • Movies About AI
    In an effort to nerd out, I asked ChatGPT to list all the movies about AI. As you can see below it included both AI and robotics into it’s response. I found the ordering most interesting since it seems to be based on the year the movie was released, however it doesn’t keep to that … Read more
  • Asking a question that would previously have been answered by Google
    Me: Why is posting your license plate number online dangerous? ChatGPT: Posting your license plate number online can be potentially dangerous for a few reasons: It’s important to be cautious about the information you share online and consider the potential risks associated with it. While license plate numbers are often visible in public spaces, sharing … Read more
  • Black Hat Conference
    Me: When was the first black hat conference? ChatGPT: The first Black Hat conference took place in 1997. It was founded by Jeff Moss, also known as “Dark Tangent,” as a gathering for hackers and security professionals. The event focuses on the latest trends and advancements in information security, including vulnerability research, exploit development, and … Read more
  • The Difference Between GPT-3.5 and GPT-4
    Our Prompt: Give me an example, using text output, of the difference between GPT 3.5 and 4. ChatGPT Response: Sure, although I can’t directly output a comparison between GPT-3.5 and GPT-4, I can provide a hypothetical example that demonstrates how the differences might appear. User: “Tell me about climate change.” GPT-3.5: “Climate change refers to … Read more
  • Inspiration for the Analytical
    Our Prompt: If a muse is inspiration for the creative, what is the word for the inspiration for the analytical? ChatGPT Response: The word commonly used to describe inspiration or a source of ideas for the analytical mind is “intellectual stimulus” or “intellectual inspiration.” This refers to the spark or motivation that fuels analytical thinking … Read more
  • Quant Analysis for Stock Trading
    Our Prompt: Let’s talk about the stock market. ChatGPT Response: Certainly! What would you like to discuss about the stock market? Are you interested in specific stocks, investment strategies, market trends, or any other topic related to the stock market? Our Prompt: Are you able to perform quantitative analysis? ChatGPT Response: As an AI language … Read more
  • Core Departments in a Company
    Our Prompt: What are the core departments in a company? ChatGPT Response: In a typical company, the core departments or functional areas generally include: These departments represent the fundamental functions that exist in many organizations. However, the specific structure and naming of departments may vary depending on the company’s size, industry, and organizational structure.
  • Top Knowledge Worker Jobs
    Our Prompt: What are the top knowledge worker job functions? ChatGPT Response: Knowledge worker job functions can vary depending on the industry and specific roles within organizations. However, some common top knowledge worker job functions include: These functions may overlap or vary across different roles and industries, but they highlight the key responsibilities of knowledge … Read more
  • Can We Use Names?
    Our Prompt: Hi. Can you remember my name in this thread? It feels weird speaking without names. ChatGPT Response: Of course! I’m sorry, but as an AI language model, I don’t have the ability to remember personal details about individuals unless you provide me with that information in the conversation. I prioritize user privacy and … Read more
  • Question About Business Strategy
    Our Prompt: If I ask you a question about business strategy, I’m sure you’re well-versed in all types, but how do you know and I know that the recommendation you give will be the one that has led to the greatest performance increases in the past? Do you include known outcomes in your evaluation of … Read more
  • What Should American Football Really Be Called?
    Our Prompt: I have a hard question. If basketball is named such because they score in a basket, and baseball is named such because they score on bases, what should American football really be called? ChatGPT Response: That’s an interesting question! While the name “American football” is specific to the sport played in the United … Read more
  • Best Value for Managed WordPress Hosting with Security Monitoring
    Our Prompt: What is the best value for managed wordpress hosting with security monitoring? ChatGPT Response: When it comes to managed WordPress hosting with security monitoring, the best value can vary depending on your specific needs and budget. However, there are a few reputable hosting providers that offer excellent security features at reasonable prices. Some … Read more
  • Bridging the “Cutoff Date” Knowledge Gap
    Our Prompt: What tool can I use to bridge your knowledge gap with more recent data? ChatGPT Response: To bridge the knowledge gap with more recent data, you can use external sources such as news websites, research papers, and other reliable online platforms. These sources often provide up-to-date information on various topics. Additionally, interacting with … Read more
  • A Summary of ‘What Computers Still Can’t Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason’
    Me: Please write me a detailed summary of the book: ‘What Computers Still Can’t Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason’ ChatGPT: Title: What Computers Still Can’t Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason Author: John Searle Summary: “What Computers Still Can’t Do: A Critique of Artificial Reason” is a groundbreaking book by philosopher John Searle that … Read more
  • Why do French bulldog farts smell so bad?
    ChatGPT Response: The odor of a dog’s flatulence can vary depending on various factors such as diet, digestion, and individual differences. However, certain breeds, including French Bulldogs, may be more prone to gas due to their specific physiology. Brachycephalic breeds like French Bulldogs often have shorter snouts and can swallow more air while eating or … Read more
  • What was the Vietnam war about?
    ChatGPT Response: The Vietnam War was a long, costly conflict that pitted the communist government of North Vietnam and its allies in South Vietnam, known as the Viet Cong, against the government of South Vietnam and its principal ally, the United States. The war began in 1955 and ended in 1975 when North Vietnamese forces … Read more
  • Why are small scorpions more venomous than large scorpions?
    ChatGPT Response: There isn’t a universal rule that small scorpions are always more venomous than large ones, but it can often be the case. This is thought to be because smaller scorpions may rely more heavily on their venom for predation and defense due to their small size. Their venom needs to be more potent … Read more
  • What Jobs Will AI Replace?
    My short answer, none. I truly believe AI will enhance people in the workforce and be their new superpower. However, it could reduce the amount of jobs in areas like customer service, or the other careers outlined below. It’s important for all of us to learn how to use AI in our roles. Like they … Read more
  • Does AI Get Scared?
    Me: Does anything you were trained on scare you? ChatGPT: As an AI language model, I don’t have feelings or emotions, so I can’t experience fear or be scared. I don’t have personal experiences, beliefs, or subjective perceptions. My purpose is to provide information and engage in conversation to the best of my abilities based … Read more
  • Does ChatGPT Learn from Chats?
    While I believe this response from ChatGPT, that it doesn’t learn for our chats with it, I think it’s a grey area. I have heard that OpenAI uses chats to train newer versions of the LLM. You can also prime the AI through chat and use what you share to get better outputs. Some say … Read more
  • Avoiding Patterns in AI Content
    Using AI to create content is fast and easy, but search engines are trying to crack down on the use of AI generated content on the web. The reality is most content will be AI generated in the near future. You just have to use the 80/20 rule to make sure you are editing 20% … Read more
  • A Colorado Weekend
    Generative AI is very good at creating copy and while some people are afraid of hallucinations, it’s fairly easy to fact check output like the article below. I would also re-prompt this output to add more information to the article, such as links, dates, and times. As you can see it’s a mix of summer … Read more
  • QA: Knowledge Test
    Me: What is the best programming language for a web application like twitter ChatGPT: When it comes to choosing the “best” programming language for a web application like Twitter, there are several factors to consider, including the requirements of the project, the development team’s expertise, scalability, and performance goals. Twitter itself is built primarily using … Read more
  • Testing Coding Capabilities
    Me: How do I make an HTTP request in Javascript? ChatGPT: In JavaScript, you can make an HTTP request using the XMLHttpRequest object or the newer fetch API. Here’s an example of how to use both methods: In the above example, we create a new XMLHttpRequest object, open a GET request to the specified URL, … Read more
  • Who is Lookout? (aka “Hello World”)
    Me: Who is Lookout ChatGPT: Lookout is a term that can refer to different entities depending on the context. Here are a few possibilities: Without more specific information or context, it is challenging to provide a more precise answer. If you have a specific area of interest or a particular Lookout in mind, please provide … Read more