It's Christmas for ChatGPT users

PLUS: Google Bard, the new gigachad?


Good morning, human brains. Welcome back to your daily munch of AI news.

Here’s what’s on the menu today:

  • Has Google Bard been working out? 🦾 🤖

    Google unveiled Assistant With Bard, its new upcoming AI combo.

  • ChatGPT nerds, OpenAI Python SDK 1.0 is in Beta 👔 🤓

    This makes it easier for you to use OpenAI’s API.

  • DALL-E 3 in ChatGPT is here 🤯 🧠

    It’s available to ChatGPT Plus/Enterprise users.


Will Google Bard be a gigachad? 🦾 🤖

It goes to the gym, reads, meditates, and eats its veggies.

Earlier this week, we covered Google’s new AI-powered Chromebook which integrates new AI writing assistants and generative AI capabilities directly into the operating system.

Two days ago, Google unveiled its “Assistant with Bard.”, essentially combining Google Assistant’s features with Bard’s generative AI.

Another Google AI feature, why do I care?

Well… now it converses more naturally, completes more tasks, and understands text, voice, and images.

It helps with tasks like drafting emails, generating shopping lists, and more. Google plans to embed Assistant with Bard into Gmail, Docs, Photos, and more of its services.

How do I use it? You can’t yet. Google says it’s rolling it out to early testers “soon.” After some feedback, it will be available to the public in the next few months.


Python Library

The first Python library was the standard library, which was released with the first version of Python in 1991.

It’s a toolbox for programmers that contains access to pre-written pieces of code that accomplish specific tasks more easily, like handling data, processing images, or communicating with websites.

Instead of creating these tools from scratch each time, the programmer can simply use the tools in the library.


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Create images right from ChatGPT 🤯 🧠

So, you know how Microsoft put DALL-E 3 in Bing Chat? This made it free to use for everybody.

Well, now it’s available for ChatGPT Plus/Enterprise users. All you have to do is shell out the cash, enable it in your settings, and type a basic prompt.

It’s… everywhere.

Here’s us tinkering with it:

After you type in your prompt, ChatGPT generates 4 different prompts designed to get the best result from DALL-E 3.

Then, DALL-E 3 generates 4 images from those prompts.

Why can’t I see it yet?

OpenAI announced a staggered release of this tool, so there’s a chance you’ll have to wait a while.

Our take: While this tool is groundbreaking, and its integration with ChatGPT is convenient, it’s definitely not perfect. OpenAI might have overplayed the fact that it generates elements like hands and words.


Christmas for ChatGPT Nerds 👔 🤓

OpenAI’s delivered the GPT goodies.

Two days ago, it launched OpenAI Python SDK 1.0, a beta version of its new Python library. 

Why do I care…? This makes it easier for you to use OpenAI’s API.

What’s new:

  • There’s an “auto-retry” feature that runs the code again if there’s a mistake.

  • You can create a personalized client setup that suits your own needs. Before, a global default forced everyone to use the same client.



Think Pieces

Will AI birth a wave of novice coders? Yes, it already has. Here’s how it’s empowering employees to code.

How will AI and art coexist? Microsoft’s CTO gives an interview outlining his vision for the future.

The problems faced when evaluating LLMs. A Princeton talk with the authors of AI Snake Oil.

Startup News

Anthropic’s AI Safety Team outlines issues with LLMs. These include bias, accuracy, potential harm, and more.

Yahoo announces Vespa’s spin-out. It’s a platform for scaling in enterprise AI.

Prophetic, plans to develop an AI wearable for lucid dreams. The tech startup’s prototype of the device is called “Halo.”


Stable Diffusion XL — how it performs with new TPU chips in Google’s research language, Jax.

Knowledge Editing — a paper on the effects of manipulating data in LLMs.

How well LLMs work together — a paper on how AI models interact similarly to people in society.


Moonvalley — an AI-powered text-to-cinematic video tool.

Turbo Puffer — a vector database that works without a server.

WebLangChain — a web research chatbot that’s open-source.

Snipd — generates summaries for podcasts in 5 minutes or less.


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Until next time 🤖😋🧠

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