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If you've seen the movie Limitless, you might feel that your first time using AI is reminiscent of Bradley Cooper's first experience with NZT, minus the shady side effects.

Mastering AI tools will allow you to output more than you ever thought possible. So, let's get into it.


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Instagram co-founders, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, have created a new company, Artifact, which is a personalized news feed that uses machine learning to understand user interests and will soon allow users to discuss articles with friends.

The app is described as "the TikTok for text" because it features a feed of popular articles chosen from a curated list of publishers and, over time will use AI to serve similar posts and stories to those the user is interested in.

Join the waitlist for Artifact's private beta here.


Chinese tech giant, Baidu, plans to launch a ChatGPT-style AI chatbot service in March, starting by embedding it into its main search services.

The tool, yet to be named, will provide conversation-style search results, much like OpenAI's ChatGPT. Baidu has spent billions on AI research to transition from online marketing to deeper technology, with its Ernie system as the foundation for the upcoming tool.


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  • Get specific answers about anything related to your business using data from Y Combinators's content library

  • Edit your photos using written instructions

  • Kayyo's AI MMA trainer will analyze your movements and provide personalized feedback and recommendations to help you take your training to the next level.


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🔑 Use Case - Using ChatGPT to generate headlines


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