Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! It's a pleasure to welcome you to the Valentine's Day edition of AI Now. As always, we're here to bring you the latest updates and advancements in the world of artificial intelligence.
So, whether you're spending the day with your significant other or flying solo, take a seat, and get ready to delve into the fascinating world of AI.
Regarding our announcement in last issue, our plan is to run the first poll on Friday and get everyone access to the tool that wins on Monday.
Now, let's get into today's issue!
🔧 Today's Top Tools
Fireflies helps your team automate your meeting notes
Record, transcribe, analyze, and search voice conversations
Integrates with apps such as Google Meet and Zoom
Tability is a goal-tracking tool that helps people reach their objectives faster.
It has an AI-assisted goal editor, a full-company view of goals, and the ability to track tasks and milestones in relation to an objective.
It also has resources to learn the basics of the OKRs methodology, real-life examples, and success metrics.
Custom GPT allows you to build your own chatbot based on your data
A custom AI model trained on your content can automate repetitive tasks and provide quick responses to customer inquiries, freeing up human staff to focus on more strategic tasks.
Send personalized LinkedIn invitations, instantly
Chrome extension that crafts outreach messages to potential candidates based on their LinkedIn profile
Microsoft to demo its new ChatGPT-like AI in Word, Powerpoint, and Outlook soon
The Coach Behind Sam Altman, Naval, Brian Armstrong Shares the Mistakes That All CEOs Make
The next generation of large language models. (link, without paywall)
🔑 Use Case
Students aren't the only ones taking advantage of AI tools, teachers are too.
In this podcast episode, Greylock general partner Reid Hoffman interviews OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, discussing the company's primary mission of developing and promoting AI technology that benefits humanity.
The conversation covers OpenAI's recent developments, including GPT-3 and DALL-E, and their potential to augment human ideas and workflows significantly. The interview was conducted during Greylock's Intelligent Future event, which featured experts and entrepreneurs from some of the leading AI organizations.