Introducing OpenAI GPTs

Introducing OpenAI GPTs OpenAI has introduced customized versions of ChatGPT that can be created for a specific purpose, known as GPTs. GPTs provide a new way for individuals to develop a personalized version of ChatGPT to be more useful in their everyday lives, for specific tasks, at work, or at home—and then share that creation with others. For instance, GPTs can assist in learning the rules of any board game, help in teaching children...

Introducing ChatGPT Team

Introducing ChatGPT Team Incorporating AI into the daily workflows of organizations can significantly enhance the productivity of the team. According to a recent study conducted by the Harvard Business School, employees at Boston Consulting Group who had access to GPT-4 were able to complete their tasks 25% faster and achieved a 40% higher quality of work compared to their colleagues who did not have access to the AI technology. Connor...

How To Use Google’s Gemini AI Right Now In Its Bard Chatbot

Google has recently introduced its new Gemini AI model and is offering a free trial. The Gemini Pro version is currently accessible within the Bard chatbot. Additionally, users with a Pixel 8 Pro can utilize a version of Gemini in their AI-generated text replies with WhatsApp, and in the future, with Gboard. However, only a small portion of Gemini is currently accessible, with plans for future releases to include multimodal capabilities,...

US Congress Gets 40 ChatGPT Plus Licenses To Start Experimenting With Generative AI

US Congressional offices have begun to explore OpenAI's popular and controversial generative AI tool ChatGPT as part of the policymaking process. The Office of the Chief Administrative Officer’s House Digital Services recently acquired 40 licenses for ChatGPT Plus, which were distributed to Congressional offices on a first-come first-served basis, with the House Digital Services team paying the $20/month per office subscription plan for an...

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