The hottest Chatbot Substack posts right now

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Substack 711 implied HN points 16 Feb 24
  1. Substack is making efforts to ease the lives of writers by introducing a Writer Success team, chatbot, and tools to support them.
  2. The new Writer Success team is focused on technical support, educational resources, and supporting the writer community for a better experience.
  3. Substack's chatbot taps into years of knowledge to provide writers instant help, addressing common issues and connecting them with support.
Read Max 1059 implied HN points 09 Feb 24
  1. A Chevy dealership's A.I. chatbot predicted both the Chiefs and Niners to win the Super Bowl.
  2. The chatbot's analysis included inaccuracies like thinking Brock Purdy still plays for Iowa State and Jimmy Garoppolo is still with the Niners.
  3. Despite limitations, Quirk Chevrolet's chatbot predicted the Chiefs to win 31-27 in one conversation.
Letters of Note 1906 implied HN points 28 Mar 23
  1. The AI-generated sign-offs provide unique and creative ways to end letters or emails.
  2. There are categories of sign-offs for different types of correspondence, like positive, angry, apologetic, congratulatory, romantic, hot, reconciliatory, job-seeking, and holidaying.
  3. The sign-offs range from traditional and professional to humorous and personal, offering a diverse range of options to choose from.
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ChinaTalk 459 implied HN points 05 Sep 23
  1. ERNIE filters out unsavory questions by making them impossible to type in or steering conversations away.
  2. ERNIE's proficiency in Chinese is strong, but it struggles with more complex prompts and may provide inaccurate information.
  3. ERNIE tends to copy-paste responses from 'trusted' sources when faced with prompts that could lead to non-permissible content.
Bojan’s Newsletter 117 implied HN points 30 Sep 23
  1. OpenAI released multimodal capabilities for ChatGPT, allowing interaction with chatbots through images and audio.
  2. The rollout of multimodal features was gradual, starting with select premium users, and the timeline for wider access is still unclear.
  3. The potential for voice interaction in AI is seen as a significant advancement, promising more intuitive user experiences than text input.
Michael’s Newsletter 216 implied HN points 16 May 23
  1. The AI chatbot can be customized by uploading PDF documents with custom context for different use-cases
  2. The process involves copying OpenAI API key, uploading PDF files, and inputting questions
  3. The app uses Python Flask server, Heroku for deployment, and Bubble as a no-code UI for building the chatbot
Social Warming by Charles Arthur 176 implied HN points 02 Jun 23
  1. Filter bubbles aren't as prevalent as we think; people are actually attracted to diverse and shocking content online.
  2. A study found that small groups of aging right-wingers tend to engage more with partisan news content on desktop computers.
  3. The real issue with online information consumption lies with human behavior, rather than just the algorithms.
Perceptions 35 implied HN points 01 Mar 23
  1. ChatGPT and similar frontends have seen fast adoption recently due to their ability to have conversations and answer questions based on vast amounts of written information on the internet.
  2. Large Language Models, like ChatGPT, represent a departure from traditional technology by providing knowledge based on existing information, rather than following specific instructions.
  3. The rise of heuristically thinking machines, such as ChatGPT, shows a shift towards real AI where technology can think and act like humans.
superartificial 19 implied HN points 15 Mar 23
  1. AI researcher Meredith Broussard warns about harmful applications of AI, emphasizing the importance of considering social factors.
  2. OpenAI's GPT-4 upgrade will allow turning text into video, with caution advised by CEO Sam Altman.
  3. ChatGPT has reached over 100 million users, partnering with Microsoft and facing criticism from Elon Musk.
Machine Economy Press 3 implied HN points 06 May 23
  1. The ChatGPT Code Interpreter is changing how developers work by making coding more accessible.
  2. The plugin allows running Python code within a chat session, offering features like file uploads and downloads.
  3. There is excitement and buzz around the potential utility of the Code Interpreter, with features like data analysis, visualization, and more.