⚙️ Amazon's ChatGPT?

Good morning. Sports Illustrated has removed articles from their site following claims that they were AI-generated under fictitious authors. The publisher denied the allegations but initiated an internal probe and severed ties with their content provider, Advon Commerce.

In today’s newsletter:

  • 🤖Amazon enters the chatbot game

  • 🧬 AI changing the Protein game

  • 📜 Solve Intelligence is using AI for patents

🤖 Amazon Unveils AI Chatbot "Q" for AWS Customers at $20/month.

Amazon has introduced an AI-powered chatbot for AWS customers known as "Q," unveiled at the re:Invent conference. Priced at $20 per user per month (the same price as ChatGPT Plus) in public preview, Q is trained on 17 years of AWS knowledge. It can answer questions, provide potential solutions, and even generate content like blog posts and emails. Q integrates with various apps like Salesforce, Jira, and Gmail, indexing data to understand organizational structures. It can also troubleshoot network issues and generate code tests. Q offers a comprehensive approach to business intelligence and development, aiming to assist developers with AI-driven solutions.

Anyway, click below to have a look at what Amazon’s Q can do 👇

🌟 The Rumored Q Model and Recent OpenAI Turmoil

Intriguingly, the announcement of Amazon's "Q" coincides with rumors of a potentially groundbreaking AI model, Q* (pronounced Q-Star), linked to recent upheavals at OpenAI. Reports suggest that Q*'s capabilities, especially in solving previously unseen math problems, sparked safety concerns among OpenAI's staff. This rumored model, exhibiting traits of AGI (Artificial General Intelligence), was allegedly a factor in the brief firing and subsequent reinstatement of Sam Altman as OpenAI's CEO. The reported rapid development pace of Q* raises questions about ethical AI development and highlights the need for robust safety protocols. OpenAI, having not officially commented on Q*, leaves the AI community speculating about this mysterious and potentially transformative AI model. This could simply be a coincidence, but it’s interesting to think about…

🧬 Cradle's AI Approach Transforms Protein Design for Faster Development.

Cradle, a biotech and AI startup is reshaping protein design by treating amino acid sequences as a unique language. Major clients like Johnson & Johnson and Novozymes have taken notice. Their technology has the potential to accelerate protein development, as demonstrated by a T7 RNA polymerase example that achieved a 70% success rate compared to the usual 5%. Cradle is involved in various protein projects, from soil decontamination to cultured meat production. The platform, accessible to scientists and labs without ML expertise, recently secured $24 million in funding, enabling further growth.

📜 Legal Tech Startup Solve Intelligence Raises $3M to Revolutionize Patent Drafting with AI.

Solve Intelligence, a Delaware-based legal tech startup has secured $3 million in funding from investors including Y Combinator, Amino Capital, and others. Founded by AI experts with backgrounds at Huawei and Dyson, Solve Intelligence specializes in AI software tailored for patent attorneys. Their in-browser document editor, powered by AI, assists in generating intellectual property, identifying novelty, and streamlining the R&D process. Over 25 IP firms worldwide already use their product, reporting 60-90% efficiency improvements. Solve aims to enhance its offering with new patent drafting features and anticipates widespread AI adoption among legal professionals in the coming years.


Last Chance to Invest!

⌛ Time’s almost up… to invest in RYSE, the AI powered smart-home tech that’s disrupting the entire smart shades industry.

Retail distribution has been the main driver behind the success and billion dollar exits of the biggest smart home products, and RYSE is currently rolling out in 100+ Best Buy stores.

Backed by prominent Venture Capitalists, including support received from the Canadian Shark Tank, they’ve opened their doors to retail investors, but only for 2 more days

The opportunity to become a shareholder in their company closes this week, but you can still invest at only $1.25/share before their name becomes known nationwide.

Reports indicate that early investors in Nest (Smart Thermostat) earned a 20X return at their $3.2B acquisition. 

What if you had the opportunity to invest before they launched into retail, would you?

  1. AI Garage Sale lets you haggle with AIs for unique items, from Tamagotchis to Olivia Rodrigo tickets.

  1. Google has launched new tools to better showcase user-generated content on social media and forums in search results, countering the rise of SEO-optimized, AI-generated content.

  1. Pika, an AI-powered video editing and generation startup, secures $55 million in funding, signaling strong market interest in generative AI. Its newly launched "Pika 1.0" offers advanced videography tools, including style transformations like 3D animation and anime.

  1. New York-based big data company Dataminr, valued at $4.1 billion, is laying off about 20% of its workforce, citing economic conditions and advancements in its AI platform. This restructuring aims to strengthen the company's financial position and focus on its upcoming AI product launches.

  1. Amazon has also introduced new and improved chips at its re:Invent conference, offering advanced AI model training and inferencing performance. This development addresses the growing demand for AI processing power and the current GPU shortage, with “Trainium2” promising significant speed and energy efficiency improvements.

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The AI market is poised for explosive growth over the next seven years, with projections showing an increase from $150.2 billion in 2023 to an astounding $1,345.2 billion by 2030. This represents a robust CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 36.8%, underscoring AI's expanding role across various global regions.

North America currently leads the charge, with significant growth also forecasted in Europe and the Asia-Pacific regions. This surging market trajectory highlights AI's critical impact on future technological advancements and industry transformations.


Helena Sarin is a unique combination of a visual artist and software engineer, known for her innovative use of Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs) to create striking and adventurous AI art pieces. Sarin blends her artistic sensibility with technical expertise, marking her as a significant figure in the AI art landscape.

What’s she do? 

Sarin's work is characterized by a bold fusion of art and technology, utilizing AI to push the boundaries of traditional art forms. Her creations are a testament to the evolving relationship between human creativity and machine intelligence.

What’s in her toolbox? 

Employing GANs and her skills in software engineering, Sarin crafts visually compelling pieces that stand out for their creativity and technical sophistication. Her approach represents a harmonious blend of artistic vision and advanced AI technology.

Here is her work:

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Everyday AI: Optimizing Marketing Campaigns with ChatGPT

ChatGPT can play a crucial role in refining marketing strategies for businesses. Its advanced language models enable companies to design more targeted and effective marketing campaigns.

How It Works:

  1. Define Marketing Goals: Share your marketing objectives, such as increasing brand awareness or boosting online engagement.

  2. Request Campaign Ideas: Ask ChatGPT for innovative campaign concepts or improvement suggestions for existing strategies.

Why Use It?

  • Creative Campaign Concepts: Generate unique and creative marketing campaign ideas.

  • Data-Driven Insights: Leverage AI insights to tailor campaigns to your target audience.

  • Cost Efficiency: Develop marketing strategies more efficiently, saving time and resources.

"My business [describe business type] is planning a marketing campaign aimed at [target audience/goal, e.g., young adults interested in sustainable products]. We're looking for fresh and engaging ideas. Please provide some unique campaign concepts or suggestions for reaching our target audience effectively!"


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