😺 ChatGPT-4v

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Welcome, humans.

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

  • ChatGPT-4v has dozens of incredible use cases.

  • ChatGPT is helping us test/validate ideas.

  • Jamie Dimon says AI will be part of “every process.”

  • Spotify might be developing a text-to-playlist feature.

ChatGPT-4 With Vision Has Some Exceptional Use Cases.

ChatGPT could survive a dinner party

ChatGPT has been rolling out features left and right, but not all are created equal.

For instance, the "Web Browsing" feature gets a B- for its inconsistent ability to locate relevant/accurate info. In contrast, ChatGPT-4 with "vision" earns an A+ for its incredibly practical real-world applications.

A new paper showed what ChatGPT with “vision” can do, and let's just say, it nearly made us choke on our almond milk lattes:

  • Identified manufacturing defects like holes.

  • Producing radiology-style reports for medical scans.

  • Assessing vehicle damage through photos.

The list goes on and on — seriously, the paper spans 166 pages.

Yes, ChatGPT-4v has its moments of error, but it marks the advent of a truly visual AI assistant rather than one that goes in blind. (Speaking of, check out this remarkable GPT-4-powered app designed for the visually impaired).

Here’s our advice: Start playing around with these vision features in Bing Chat — or ChatGPT-4 if you pay for it — and discover where they can be helpful in your workflow.

We're personally using it to decipher complex diagrams and visuals (inspired by this vid of ChatGPT explaining a diagram of a human cell). If only we had this kind of tech back in the AP Bio days…


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ChatGPT Can Be Your Go-To For Validating Ideas & Concepts

One standout feature of ChatGPT is its ability to act like the sharpest mind from any POV, making it a valuable tool for vetting new ideas.

(We've delved deep into this in our AI course with Nas Academy).

AI shines in brainstorming in two specific ways:

  1. Emulating a customer of a particular background (e.g., CVS pharmacist).

  2. Acting as a top-tier business coach (prompt to use for startup advice).

For the first, you’ll want to ask ChatGPT to simulate a persona and ask standard interview questions like:

  • What are your key motivations and challenges regarding [problem]?

  • Which solutions have you tried before, and why did they fall short?

  • Are there other factors we should consider in our proposal?

Check out this piece for more ideas on using AI in entrepreneurship.

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  • Spotify may be working on a text-to-playlist feature.

  • Visa plans to invest $100M in generative AI companies with a commerce/payments focus.

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Tuesday Ticker.

Here are the results from last week’s poll:

A common theme: people read ChatGPT for work tasks, but sometimes listening is helpful for everyday questions.

We ran this poll a few months back, but let us know which version of ChatGPT you're using so we know where you’re at.

What version of ChatGPT do you use?

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A Cat's Commentary.

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