- You Probably Need a Robot
- Build your dream website + ChatGPT feature leaked!
Build your dream website + ChatGPT feature leaked!
Plus, AI & the future of search
Turns out that some big companies are scared of you using AI. A Wharton professor gives his two cents on how organizations can reward you for your productivity skills. So, you are in the right spot!
Here’s the breakdown for this week:
In this issue:
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How to: Master the new era of search as Google marches ahead with AI
Read: You can’t stop AI: Companies ban it - Employees secretly continue to use it.
Links we love: Microsoft-powered tool boosts ads, Grammy’s ban, more caution from Musk, soon you can upload files and profile information in ChatGPT
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Google shifts toward AI-powered search
Here’s how you can leverage the new search:
With generative AI, Google’s new search will provide solopreneurs with hyper-personalized recommendations based on specific business needs and search history
It allows AI-powered content curation. Staying on top of industry trends is time consuming. But not if you’re leveraging curated content tailored to your niche, which you’ll be able to do
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Employees using AI - in secret
Wharton Professor Ethan Mollick makes an important point: companies should encourage employees to use AI.
As you know, some organizations are embracing AI. Others are fearful, so they’ve banned it.
The thing is: even at companies where it’s not allowed, workers are using AI on personal devices to automate their workflows.
Professor Mollick calls these workers “cyborgs.”
These folks (probably some of you guys) are more like rogue agents, vigilantes who are mastering the latest in AI and technology. Workers hide their use of AI because they are afraid of repercussions, or termination.
Does it make sense for companies to shun AI use? Eventually their compliant workforces will become stale.
Hear this out:
Let’s say there are competitors, Company A and Company B.
Company A is AI-assisted.
Company B is anti-AI.
If Company A outperforms Company B, won’t company B eventually pivot?
That’s why Professor Mollick’s recommends recognizing the rogue agents now. Find out how they’re using AI and reward them with bonuses, work from home privileges, and job security
LINKS WE LOVE
👀 ChatGPT Feature Leaked!: This is big! Upload files & profile information for ChatGPT to remember for prompting. No more repetitive context setting. [LINK]
📖 Musk wants to regulate AI : Warnings about superintelligence threats…[LINK]
You probably need a robot.
We do too,
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