Good morning. The Chiefs snagged the Super Bowl victory in a turn of events that surprised precisely no AI prediction models (because, let's face it, the Kansas City Chiefs were the favorites).

In today’s newsletter:

🇺🇸 Chatbots' imagined Super Bowl outcomes highlight how AI still falls short: Google's Gemini and Microsoft's Copilot provide fictional stats for the unplayed game

🏦 OpenAI CEO Sam Altman reportedly pitches a $7 trillion AI funding project: Aiming to revolutionize chip manufacturing and AI capabilities on a global scale

📜 US Patent Office: AI is all well and good, but only humans can patent things: Defining the boundaries of AI and human contribution in intellectual property law

🧑‍🎓 CodeSignal introduces CodeSignal Learn with AI assistant Cosmo: Pioneering personalized tech education paths for wide-ranging skill development.

❓️ Misc:

Using generative AI to declare a political victory? (link)

AI pope has inspired the real pope to learn about AI 😆 (link)

📊 Funding:

Wondercraft raises $3M for its multilingual audio content platform (link)

💰Jobs in AI:

Generative AI Engineer: Booz Allen Hamilton · McLean, VA. Remote · Full-time (apply here)

Artificial Intelligence Engineer: Centizen, Inc. · Florida, United States · Hybrid · Full-time · Mid-Senior level (apply here)


Marketing is an art, not a science…at least, it used to be.

25,000,000,000. That's the daily count of content exchanged on social media, and most advertisers have no idea how to stand out.

To get ahead, leading brands like MGM, Skechers, and Sweetgreen trust RAD AI to find new audiences and boost content ROI. 

6500+ investors – including VCs, Fidelity, and executives from Meta, Google, and Amazon all back RAD AI. 

The round is over 92% subscribed and closes Thursday @11:59pm; secure your spot before Feb. 16th!

🇺🇸 Chatbots Make Up Fake Super Bowl Stats, Underscoring AI Limitations

Google's Gemini and Microsoft's Copilot chatbots are responding to questions about Super Bowl LVIII with completely fabricated game stats and outcomes. This highlights the continued struggles of large language models (LLMs) like GenAI in separating fact from fiction.

Creative Embellishments

Gemini claims the Chiefs won over the 49ers, while Copilot says the 49ers prevailed. Both bots provide detailed but totally fictional breakdowns of player performances, while ChatGPT declined to speculate.




No Intelligence, Just Probability

The episode shows how GenAI chatbots readily generate falsehoods without true intelligence. LLMs rely solely on probability derived from training data, and while harmless here, the Super Bowl fiction underscores risks around AI chatbots spreading misinformation on more serious topics. It's a stark demonstration of the technology's continued limitations despite the hype.

OpenAI's Bold $7 Trillion Plan for AI and Chip Manufacturing Expansion 🏦 

OpenAI's CEO, Sam Altman, is reportedly seeking to secure an unprecedented funding range of $5 to $7 trillion for a project aimed at expanding global chip-manufacturing capabilities and enhancing artificial intelligence (AI) development. This venture, discussed with various investors, including the government of the United Arab Emirates, seeks to address the scarcity of specialized AI chips necessary for training large language models (LLMs). The proposed funding amount significantly surpasses the entire projected value of the global semiconductor market, anticipated to reach $1 trillion by the decade's end, and dwarfs the market capitalizations of tech behemoths like Apple and Microsoft combined. This ambitious initiative reflects the growing demand for generative AI tools, as evidenced by the widespread interest in OpenAI’s ChatGPT and its implications for various sectors, from healthcare to finance. OpenAI recently achieved over $2 billion in annualized revenue, marking it as one of the fastest-growing tech companies in history.

USPTO Rules: Only Humans, Not AI, Can Own Patents 📜

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued guidance clarifying that only natural humans, not AI systems, can be granted patents. This decision is rooted in legal tradition and the principle of rewarding human ingenuity. While AI-assisted inventions are eligible for patents, the AI itself cannot be recognized as an inventor or co-inventor. This clarification addresses the evolving role of AI in the invention process, specifying that significant human contribution is required for a patent claim. The guidance aims to maintain the integrity of the patent system by ensuring that inventions attributed to AI systems still reflect human creativity and contribution, setting a clear boundary on the legal personhood of AI in the realm of intellectual property.

Layla Acquires AI Itinerary Bot Roam Around to Enhance Travel Planning 🌍

Travel startup Layla, supported by notable investors and celebrities like Paris Hilton, has acquired the AI-powered itinerary-building bot Roam Around, though the deal's valuation remains undisclosed. Founded by a former Google employee, Roam Around quickly gained traction by creating 10 million itineraries and attracting half a million monthly visitors. This acquisition will see Roam Around's team join Layla, enriching Layla's trip-planning capabilities with comprehensive itinerary data and integrating partnerships with travel industry giants. Layla, which leverages a vast content library from travel creators, aims to enhance its service by incorporating Roam Around's product, offering users improved itinerary planning tools. The merger is set to phase out the Roam Around brand, fully integrating it into Layla's platform and positioning Layla at the forefront of AI-driven travel planning amid a competitive landscape featuring startups and established companies adopting GPT plugins and AI-based tools for enhanced travel experiences. Take a look at how useful Roam Around is for travel ⤵️ 


Unlucky guys 🙂 

The prompt was clearly too much help. Good luck…

Image 1

Which image is real?

Login or Subscribe to participate in polls.

Image 2

  • Stable Diffusion: Deep learning text-to-image model. (link)

  • Mubert: Royalty-free music ecosystem for content creators. (link)

  • GitMind AI: A tool to create visually stunning mind maps, flowcharts, and more. (link)

  • Echowin: AI automation for incoming calls. (link)

  • Translate.video: Translate videos using AI to 75+ languages. (link)

Have cool resources or tools to share? Submit a tool or reach us by replying to this email (or DM us on Twitter).

*Indicates a sponsored link

Learning Web Development Basics: Building Your First Website with ChatGPT

How It Works:

  • Define Your Web Development Goals: Specify the areas of web development you want to explore, whether it's understanding HTML/CSS, creating a responsive design, or implementing interactive features

  • Tailored Learning Path: Personalize your learning journey with ChatGPT by outlining specific objectives and milestones

  • Hands-on Practice and Feedback: Apply your newfound web development skills with ChatGPT's interactive exercises and real-world projects. Receive instant feedback and guidance to refine your techniques and overcome challenges as you work towards building your first website

Why Use It?

  • Adaptive Learning: ChatGPT adjusts its teaching approach to your unique learning style and pace, ensuring a personalized web development training experience

  • Comprehensive Skill Coverage: From understanding the basics of HTML/CSS to incorporating JavaScript for interactivity, ChatGPT covers a broad spectrum of web development skills

  • Support and Motivation: ChatGPT not only provides valuable insights and strategies for improving your web development skills but also offers encouragement and support to keep you motivated throughout your learning journey

Prompt Example:

"Create a structured plan to learn the basics of web development as a beginner. I have some prior knowledge but struggle with [TOPIC YOU'RE HAVING DIFFUCLTY WITH], particularly in understanding [INSERT KEY STRUGGLES]. Include step-by-step learning steps, practical coding exercises, and tips for staying motivated as I go through this journey."


The Deep View is currently one of the world’s fastest-growing newsletters, adding thousands of AI enthusiasts a week to our incredible family of over 160,000! Our readers work at top companies like Apple, Meta, OpenAI, Google, Microsoft, and many more.

If you want to share your company or product with fellow AI enthusiasts before we’re fully booked, reserve an ad slot here.

A meme before you go 👇

That's a wrap for now! We hope you enjoyed today’s newsletter :)

What did you think of today's email?

Login or Subscribe to participate in polls.

We appreciate your continued support! We'll catch you in the next edition 👋

-Bot Buddy and The Deep View Team

*Disclaimer: This is a paid advertisement for RAD AI’s Regulation CF offering. Please read the offering circular at invest.radintel.ai.