😺 ChatGPT vs. ChatGPT

PLUS: ($10 billion in funding) / ($700,000/day in costs) = 39 years of runway

Welcome, humans.

Crazy how mainstream the “OpenAI going bankrupt” rumor is becoming.

($10 billion in funding) / ($700,000/day in costs) = 39 years of runway = OpenAI ain’t going bankrupt anytime soon.

Everyone is worried about AI hallucinating, but they seem to forget that humans are the best at making sh*t up in the first place! 🐐

Here’s what you need to know about AI today:

  • GPT-4 can be used to moderate content.

  • Google's AI Search is expanding with new features.

  • Khan Academy is launching an AI course for teachers.

  • Google Photos is introducing an AI tool that assembles scrapbooks!

GPT-4 Can Be Used For Content Moderation (& Improving Your Results).


OpenAI is using GPT-4 to moderate GPT-4. That’s right, it’s AI babysitting AI.

Seems implausible? Here's the research broken down as if we're explaining it to your feline friend:

  1. OpenAI fed GPT-4 its content guidelines.

  2. GPT-4 then flagged problematic content.

  3. Humans verified GPT-4’s response.

  4. GPT-4 was asked to explain its errors.

  5. GPT-4 improves in moderation.

Typically human moderators had to “rate” thousands of ChatGPT outputs. But this process is slow, inconsistent, and requires moderators to look at content that, well, OpenAI clearly doesn’t want the rest of us to see.

The real gem here is that any company can now use GPT-4’s API to moderate their content. This could be a solution for for platforms like Facebook and Twitter, who've been grappling with content moderation for ages.

Here's a handy prompting trick connected to this research:

The next time ChatGPT serves up a less-than-stellar answer, provide some feedback and then toss in this prompt:

"Explain this feedback back to me and how you will adjust future responses given the feedback."


This encourages ChatGPT to learn from its errors, making it less likely to repeat the same mistakes!


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Google Is Adding To Its “AI Search”.

Three months ago, Google revealed it was developing a ChatGPT-like version of Search named “SGE” (we reported on this here).

tl;dr: you receive summarized answers instead of a list of links..

This makes sense. Tell us the answer to something instead of telling us where to find the answer. We've always been annoyed by the teacher's classic response, “well, what do you think?”

Yesterday, they announced some exciting features for this fresh Google:

  • Receive definitions for words when you hover over them.

  • color-coded explanations of code.

  • And our favorite one: the ability to summarize and ask questions about articles when you visit web pages (for example, summarizing Wikipedia pages). Here’s a chrome extension that can do this in the meantime.

We're eager to see how SGE stacks up against ChatGPT. As of now, Google is keeping us waiting longer than a troop of tortoises racing through a swamp of maple syrup!

Around the Horn 🦄

  • Code.org and Khan Academy launched a 5-hour AI learning series for teachers.

  • Nvidia released the code for Neuralangelo, its AI capable of transforming 2D videos into intricate 3D structures.

  • Ask Hacker News: How relevant will prompt engineering be?

  • Google Photos is adding an AI feature that can morph your photos and videos into scrapbooks.

Wednesday Wirings 💸

  1. Weights & Biases, a tool that for developers to build AI models, raised $50 million.

  2. Deepset, which helps businesses integrate AI into their apps, snagged $30 million.

  3. Voiceflow, Figma for voice & chat AI assistants, secured $15 million.

  4. Middleware, which helps companies find issues in their cloud infrastructure, raised $6.5 million.

  5. Deckmatch, an AI that helps VC associates do market research, raised $1.1 million.

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A Cat's Commentary 😻

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