👽 AI Part 2 Complete ChatGPT Tutorial - UPDATE - Is AI the End of the World? Or the Dawn of a New One?

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Here you can get free access to chatGPT 3.5 from the creator openAI:
https://chat.openai.com/chat

If you want access to chatGPT 4(latest version) you have to sign up for a premium account which costs $20 a month through openAI.
Or if you want access to it for free and don’t mind waiting a couple minutes for your prompt to go through you can access it here:

Had it rewrite an old story I had written. The storytelling is much better then 3.5 I think:

Also, worth adding to this post today stabilityAI released StableLM which is an open source language model comparable to chatGPT 4. Similar to image generation this should allow for some interesting advancements in the field.

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Check out https://www.theaivalley.com/ . Specifically their newsletter. It is written by https://twitter.com/heyBarsee . I follow him on Twitter and a couple other AI feeds, it is amazing how rapidly everything is advancing.

I saved this image from Barsee for reference if I need to find a tool.

That image is from his newsletter and he sends the links shown in the picture through his newsletter.

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This is what I was most impressed by with AI and now with WSJ covering it in such a professional way it will get more attention. Public can now deepfake pretty well with minimal knowledge. IMO it is where reality begins to fade out on the internet. Pretty incredible stuff… hopefully humanity uses it for good.

I made this post back on August 14th, 2021: My Facebook post - Morgan Freeman deepfake

Don’t have a whole lot to add to what you put up.

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The “New” Photoshop . . . .

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/ai-is-a-waste-of-time/ar-AA1atfAj

This video is making its rounds again. It is 6 months old. Imagine what they are coming up with to stay competitive now. That’s probably why there is a call to regulate AI to a certain extent. You can see what they’re capable of already. Accelerating the advancement of that technology and then handing it out to people on a Zoom app or something similar that people would buy up would accelerate the technology even quicker. This might cause some unintended side effects if it is rushed and unregulated just because it is an easy sell to some one who didn’t feel like doing their makeup or hair one day for a business meeting.

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As we used to say in the computer field, “Garbage in, Garbage out.” Unless the sources improve . . . .

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Rahim posted this on another Chat group;

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I have said it before, if this is the cutting edge tech availble to the public, imagine how much more advanced the top secret tech is (10-20+ years more advanced). How is Musk so ahead of the curve?

South park did a episode about 10 years ago that was kind of prescient:

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Pretty amazing and mindblowing.

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Another brilliant commentary on how technology is improving our lives:

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