- New York City just passed a law to regulate how AI is used to hire candidates. Let’s just hope it doesn’t end up like the EU cookie consent nightmare.
- It turns out that generative AI to create content that reaches the top of Google Search in a matter of two days. One every three people around you will turn into a SEO expert by next week.
- A startup promises to use generative AI to place virtual products in videos. YouTube will copy this in three…two… Influencers to be rich in three…two…
- OpenAI GPT-4 sort of passed an official Radiology exam, performing way better than ChatGPT. Radiologists can still count on their human creativity for…they’ll find something.
- DJs and nerd musicians are using AI to create completely new type of music. Meanwhile, other people are busy using AI to copy the existing type of music to get rich.
- UK headteachers are quite concerned about AI and don’t want to wait for the government to issue guidance. Wait until they see how much McKinsey costs to give them a speedy answer.
- Smart candidates now use AI to generate resumes and cover letters, fooling HR professionals and hiring managers. Who thought that lying would be so much fun?
P.s.: This week’s Splendid Edition of Synthetic Work is titled How to prepare what could be the best presentation of your life with GPT-4.
It talks about one thing only: how to write a presentation, start to finish, with GPT-4. An epic journey to turn you into a phenomenal speaker* thanks to AI.
*I make no promises.
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