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Of course, @fig is so cool that they used #Codex (a large language mode developed by OpenAI) to translate a plain English request into a bash command.

Going forward, #AI will assist more and more command line interactions. https://t.co/SrNrRMxgi7


This artwork does not exist in real life.

An artificial intelligence created it for me following my instructions.

These #AI-assisted artworks represent the current frontier of what's possible by combining human creativity and computing power.

What you see is the future. https://t.co/8Y1ELuuiFH


This looks amazing. https://t.co/fX335LIsoQ


This artwork does not exist in real life.

An artificial intelligence created it for me following my instructions.

These #AI-assisted artworks represent the current frontier of what's possible by combining human creativity and computing power.

What you see is the future. https://t.co/daZK8chLMZ


I entered the #stablediffusion beta program a couple of weeks ago, and I'm finally making some progress. I'm close to obtaining images of the quality I want. >

This startup is setting a DALL-E 2-like AI free, consequences be damned https://t.co/49KAEMdESt


This artwork does not exist in real life.

An artificial intelligence created it for me following my instructions.

These #AI-assisted artworks represent the current frontier of what's possible by combining human creativity and computing power.

What you see is the future. https://t.co/aTn3v4e7Bc


The kind of problems some #web3 communities focus on. https://t.co/nYrBHJXzXf


That's it. I'm going to build my own telco. PerilliCom. At $10 / hour (for 10 SIMs), it's a steal.

Because why not? >

New – AWS Private 5G – Build Your Own Private Mobile Network https://t.co/MFoYnDdKiR


"Burry recently warned that US consumers are on track to virtually exhaust their savings by 4Q of this year. Together with a lower savings rate and soaring amounts of credit-card debit, that's likely to cause a consumer recession by Christmas, and drag down corporate earnings" https://t.co/ULwiXYaVTf


1/ You can't transplant the features of a very popular app/service into another to steal/migrate the user base from the former to the latter. And that's because a particular app/service is not popular because of its features, but because of its brand.


2/ The brand is a very distinct object in people's minds, materializing from the look & feel of the product/service, the experience of using its features, the pleasure of discovering it (maybe through a friend's recommendation or reading about it on your favourite blog),...


3/ the memory of your first use and the content that you have created/consumed with it, the perception of seeing the world through it, the community that you join (online or IRL, explicit or implicit) when you use it.


4/ This is what technology vendors will never understand. Copying features doesn't transform a brand into another. It doesn't happen between competitors and it doesn't happen across apps/services that belong to the same company.


RT @EMostaque: We have got #stablediffusion working on 5.1 Gb VRAM.
🫳🎤


More on the topic of #AI-assisted movies. If you think it's a fantasy far into the future, you might want to watch this:

https://t.co/1gzKePVFTo