The hottest ChatGPT Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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Top Technology Topics
The Intrinsic Perspective • 100547 implied HN points • 27 Feb 24
  1. Generative AI is overwhelming the internet with low-quality, AI-generated content, polluting searches, pages, and feeds.
  2. Major platforms and media outlets are embracing AI-generated content for profit, contributing to the cultural pollution online.
  3. The rise of AI-generated children's content on platforms like YouTube is concerning, exposing young viewers to synthetic, incoherent videos.
Year 2049 • 11 implied HN points • 17 Nov 23
  1. OpenAI introduced custom GPTs, allowing users to publish and monetize their own versions on the ChatGPT platform.
  2. When building a custom GPT, focus on giving it a clear action-based identity to avoid it drifting from its purpose.
  3. Simplify the knowledge transfer process, write helpful conversation starters, and gracefully handle questions your GPT may not have answers to.
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AI Brews • 22 implied HN points • 07 Apr 23
  1. Auto-GPT is an open-source IDE powered by AI Agents for creating simple apps using natural language.
  2. Various companies like Meta and Bloomberg are innovating in AI with new models and tools.
  3. There are resources available for learning AI skills and tools, such as creating prompts and adding AI to different types of products.
Culture and Growth • 1 HN point • 01 Jun 23
  1. ScholarAI and its plugin have reached 6 million requests in under three weeks, showing strong market interest in AI's potential in academic research.
  2. The ScholarAI plugin offers valuable access to scientific literature and has been widely used by researchers, students, and professionals across various fields.
  3. Introducing the ScholarAI Contact Form allows users to provide feedback, suggest features, and report issues to further enhance the tool's utility and user experience.
Links I Would Gchat You If We Were Friends • 0 implied HN points • 04 Feb 23
  1. ChatGPT has rapidly advanced in capabilities, from writing speeches to passing law exams and even recruiting for cartels.
  2. The immersion of entertainment in today's world can blur the lines between reality and fiction, reducing people to mere characters.
  3. Amazon's product search experience has become convoluted, with many options and unclear distinctions, potentially to benefit third-party sellers