In today’s Future AI Lab Menu:
Read time: 4 minutes
1/ A.I. poses human extinction risk on par with nuclear war, Sam Altman and other tech leaders warn. Yes! The dude who cofounded OpenAI (ChatGPT). Altman worries authoritarian governments would develop the technology which could easily sway users of A.I to believe something that may be bias or untrue. Some are sceptical thinking this is just fear mongering. But think about it this way, currently AI can whip up a pretty convincing answer even though it was completely made up or what about deepfake images/videos of politicians. The influence on what society and governments on what is true or bias plays a big role in the safety of world. As we start to rely on A.I. more, it can become harder to distinguish what’s the truth. It happens even today as the masses believe the “truth” only comes from tv news & media (which if you control the news, you control the narrative and history). Some food for thought. 🙂
2/ A.I. Powered Gaming is getting insane, NVIDIA’s chief Jensen Huang gave us a glimpse of the future of gaming. He showed a new A.I. technology that can create game characters with realistic computer-based intelligence. This means you can talk to characters and every response would be different to another player.
3/ Software providers will be the next to ride the artificial intelligence wave, after we saw NVIDIA suddenly become the most valuable company in the world this week (incase you missed it, NVIDIA makes the chips that train AI programs like Chatgpt). Cathie Wood, CEO and founder of Ark Investment Management LLC, is betting on software stocks such as UiPath Inc., Twilio Inc. “For every dollar of hardware that Nvidia sells, software providers, SaaS providers will generate 8 dollars in revenue”, says Wood. She also believes the global autonomous taxi platform will reach $10 trillion in revenue by 2038 (by that she means Tesla).
Last week I asked you guys what do you want to see more of. Here were the results! A.I. Side Hustle won by a whopping 53% followed by Chatgpt Prompt Ideas.
Things you should consider:
News Article to Instagram (Automation)
This week I experimented with trying to automate the process of turning a news article into an Instagram post! The tools we used : Zapier, Feedly, Instagram.
How this works is:
2. The news article will be read by Chatgpt (OpenAI) and it will summarise
3. The summary is then converted into an Instagram caption
4. OpenAI will turn this caption into an image prompt
5. The image prompt is sent to Dalle to create an image
6. Image and Caption is posted to Instagram
The ONLY thing you do is manually bookmark the article you like and the automation takes care of the rest 🙂
Here’s the result of the Instagram post based on this news article:
Am I happy with it? Not completely. I would have preferred Midjourney’s quality when it comes to images as they are absolutely next level but for it to automatically generate an image all via automation, that’s pretty cool!
👩💻 ChatGPT Prompt to try
This is a cool hack if you wanted to analyse your social media account (by literally pasting your social media URL) and create similar videos without needing to give it much context or multiple prompts.
For this you will need Chatgpt (Web browsing – available for plus users $20/mo).
Let’s say you want it to analyse your social media account, find the best performing videos and create another post in a similar way to your previous posts. Try this prompt.
(I had to tweak it a few times hence the mish mash of words towards the end but it works!).
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