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Real World AI: A Weekly Peek into Today’s Tech

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Welcome to this week’s edition of Real World AI, designed to keep real estate professionals like you plugged into the ever-evolving world of artificial intelligence. From OpenAI teaming up with leading tech giants to launch a $10M AI Safety Fund, to the Humane AI Pin that lights up to notify you of active data recording—AI’s footprint is becoming increasingly hard to miss.

This week’s round-up also delves into the more artistic and social aspects of AI. Artists are now using ingenious tools to safeguard their work from unauthorized AI usage, and social media platforms are leaning more heavily on AI algorithms to curate your feeds. As for tools, whether you’re in need of an AI-powered executive assistant or a dating coach, or simply looking to enhance your content creation, we’ve got some intriguing picks that promise to be game-changers in your digital routine.

So, read on and discover how AI continues to make waves in both the extraordinary and the everyday.

AI in the News

In partnership with philanthropic entities, OpenAI, Anthropic, Google, and Microsoft have launched a $10M AI Safety Fund to support research on AI safety.

The White House is set to release a comprehensive AI executive order next week, with a focus on integrating AI across the board—thus placing America at the forefront of technological innovation.

A new tool lets artists add invisible changes to the pixels in their art before they upload it online so that if it’s scraped into an AI training set, it can cause the resulting model to break in chaotic and unpredictable ways.

Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta Platforms Inc., formerly known as Facebook, revealed that more than 20% of the content in your Facebook and Instagram feeds is now recommended by AI from people, groups or accounts that you don’t follow. On Instagram, it’s closer to 40%.

The Humane AI Pin will attach magnetically to your clothing, and uses a mix of proprietary software and OpenAI’s GPT-4 to power its many features. The AI Pin has a “Trust Light,” which lights up anytime the device’s camera, microphone, or other sensors are recording data in some way. 

Bill Gates says there are many reasons to believe that GPT technology has reached a plateau – although he admits he could be wrong.

Cool Tools

Xembly – Get 8 hours back every week with Xena, your AI-powered executive assistant 

Tome – Generate a presentation, a one-pager, a microsite, and more, starting with any prompt. 

Meet Millie – Get dating superpowers with your AI coach.

Audio Writer – Record your thoughts and let AI turn them into clear writing, automatically.

Postwise – Your personal AI ghostwriter, trained on engaging, viral content.

If you’re interested in navigating the complex landscape of AI or simply love to know what’s new, our weekly summaries are your roadmap. Don’t forget to pencil us in for next week, as we uncover more accessible facets of AI. Looking forward to it!