🥤#17 Sit Back and Watch AI
It’s easy to let go of the reigns with Ai as it seems to be moving too fast to hang on. But, hang on. ( literally ). There are lots of variations on a theme, but the fundamentals will be the same. The machine will be able to do more work - not just because it’s getting smarter, but because the shitty responses we get from Ai are teaching us to think more creatively, while the amazing responses will have us gasping for air (if not our last breath.)
Close your eyes and take a deep breath. Sigh…. There’s hope for those of us willing to sweat a little to get what we want. If we put in some practice now, train others and teach ourselves, we won’t regret not sucking at Ai. We promise. This week, we just wanted to share some great videos you can watch.
🎓 Li Jiang - Director of Stanford AIRE program - discusses How to Survive in the Era of AI (youtube) ( Why we should start teaching AI asap. )
Brian Jung - Give his YouTube fans 6 ways they can make $ with AI. 1.32 million viewers can’t be wrong.
Kris @ All About Ai teaches us how to engineer the system prompt for better ChatGPT results.
💠 AI Pattern Business with Mid Journey V5 ( watch how to make $$ )
🥳 30 Fun things you can do with ChatGPT - video - Each item is linked in the notes for easy access.
📸 Edit an AI photo of yourself in MidJourney Discord ( youtube short )
"Dad, you know how technology is always evolving? Well, AI is a big part of that change. It's transforming how businesses operate, and it's important to stay updated. Learning about AI tools can open up new opportunities and help us stay competitive in the job market. It's not just about automation, being unemployed soon, or kids cheating in school; it's about enhancing our skills and making better decisions. I’ve had luck getting it to help me think more completely about some of my ideas. We think it's worth exploring. What do you think?" - ( feel free to send this to your Dad )
AI Gone Wrong
The Prompt: Gymnast doing a back flip while holding a vacuum cleaner.
About the Ai Gone Wrong. We used Leonardo.ai with a random prompt. We didn’t think it would do well, and we were right.
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