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First Ever - AI clone tries to stump human counterpart live on AI

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Sup y’all 👋

Shoot. 

Did my AI clone just outperform me doing my own dang job? Yikes. 

Today, we did a first-ever – an AI clone interviewed its human counterpart live. Not scripted.

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Today in Everyday AI
6 minute read

🎙 Daily Podcast Episode: We created an AI clone of Jordan and had it interview him with some hard AI questions. The catch? Jordan had no idea what it would ask. Gulp. Give it a listen.

🕵️‍♂️ Fresh Finds: American Federation of Teachers’ AI guardrails, Apple shifts focus for next Vision headset and why AI can hallucinate. Read on for Fresh Finds.

🗞 Byte Sized Daily AI News: Google DeepMind releases new AI audio model, Apple’s AI education initiative and Salesforce unveils AI benchmark tool. For that and more, read on for Byte Sized News.

🚀 AI In 5: Wonder how you can make your own AI clone like we did for Jordan? We show you how it’s done. See it here

🧠 Learn & Leveraging AI: Wondering if AI Jordan is better than human Jordan? Curious how the AI clone was made? We’re breaking it all down for you. Keep reading for that!

↩️ Don’t miss out: Did you miss our last newsletter? We talked about Siri updates on the way, EU makes Meta pause its AI, TikTok's new AI avatars. Check it here!

First Ever - AI clone tries to stump human counterpart live on AI 🤯

We partnered with Hour One to create an AI clone of Jordan!

So we thought, why not turn the tables and have Jordan be interviewed by AI Jordan.

For the first time ever....(As far as our research shows) this will be the first time an AI clone interviews its human counterpart live.

Is my AI clone smarter than me?

Will I crumble under the pressure?

Join the conversation and ask Jordan questions on AI here.

Also on the pod today:

• AI Integration into Society 🛂
• Potential Impact of AI on Careers 🚨
• Privacy and Security Concerns with AI

It’ll be worth your 47 minutes:

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Here’s our favorite AI finds from across the web:

New AI Tool Spotlight – Warp creates multistep workflows for devs from text, Genspark is an AI agent engine and Augie Studio helps create social videos in minutes.

AI in Education – The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) has announced new guardrails for AI in classrooms.

Apple - Apple is pausing work on its next high-end Vision headset to focus on a cheaper model for 2025.

Read This - MIT Technology Review explains why AI can hallucinate.

AI in Society – UNESCO is warning that AI may help spread false info on the Holocaust.

Read This – Here’s how Disney, Spotify and TikTok are using AI.

1. Google DeepMind's New AI Tool For Video Soundtrack Creation 🔊

DeepMind's new AI tool can generate video soundtracks based on text prompts and video contents, allowing users to create immersive scenes with matching music, sound effects, and dialogue. Users have the freedom to experiment with various prompts or let the AI generate unlimited soundtracks for their videos.

Despite some limitations, such as syncing lip movements in claymation videos, DeepMind's tool shows great potential in enhancing audio-visual experiences.

2. Apple Launches AI Education Initiative 🧑‍🏫

Apple is stepping up its game with a new AI education initiative, offering training in fundamental AI technologies to Apple Developer Academy students and mentors. The curriculum will cover building, training, and deploying machine learning models across Apple devices, aiming to empower students with cutting-edge skills.

With thousands of students and alumni across 18 Developer Academies worldwide set to benefit, this move is set to help the tech education landscape.

3. Salesforce Unveils AI Benchmark Tool for Businesses 🏢

Salesforce just dropped a game-changer for businesses with their new generative AI evaluation tool designed to help choose the best large language models (LLMs) for business applications. This tool aims to revolutionize decision-making by balancing cost, accuracy, trust, safety, and speed in choosing LLMs.

With a focus on real-world CRM data evaluation, this innovative benchmark tool sets a new standard for optimizing AI usage in various business scenarios. 

4. Snapchat Unleashes AR Magic with New AI Tech 🪄

Snapchat has introduced AI technology that promises users more realistic and whimsical special effects in their videos. With the upgraded Lens Studio, AR developers can now create mind-blowing AI-powered lenses that elevate the AR experience to new heights.

Snap's Chief Technology Officer, Bobby Murphy, highlighted that these advancements will significantly reduce the time required to create complex AR effects, making creativity more accessible to newcomers in the field.

5. NATO Allies Invest €1.1 Billion in Tech for Defense Innovation 💶

NATO allies are ramping up their defense game with a hefty investment of one billion euros ($1.1 billion USD) in innovative tech companies. The fund, established post-Russian invasion of Ukraine, is backing companies like Fractile to turbocharge large language models and ARX Robotics for designing versatile unmanned robots.

These strategic investments aim to bolster defense, security, and resilience capabilities across Europe.

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Welp. That was a bruiser.

We let my AI clone grill… me. 

(And kinda stumped me at times, TBH)

For context, we partnered with Hour One to bring y’all a one-of-a-kind show that we’ve been working on for a few months.

And also — I had zero clue what my AI clone would ask. Literally.

My colleague Brandon put together the questions. (Shoutout Brandon!)

So my reactions and takes were all live and unscripted. And yeah, I think I kinda choked on some answers.

Make sure to watch/listen to the entire show to find out my thoughts on:

  • If anyone will catch OpenAI

  • If AI is more creative than humans

  • If AI is a threat to humanity

  • And a lot more.

Did AI Jordan stump human Jordan?

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So instead of recapping my own show here, which seems awkward, we tossed out the opportunity for our livestream audience to grill me a bit as well. 

AI Jordan shouldn’t have all the fun, right? 

Here’s some of our faves: 

With a watchful eye/ear, I can tell it’s an AI clone. But I don’t think that’s a bad thing. But, it’s soooooo spot on. 

Like, it’s so good it’s kinda scary. 

My colleague Brandon put this whole thang together.

He used a bit of AI summaries to come up with the questions with his own human judgment as well!

You can sign up for the #HourOneChallenge to enter to win a free AI clone of yourself. Go check out the contest rules here. 

(Also, we convinced Hour One to give our listeners 20% off paid plans with the code EveryDayAI

Goooooood question. 

I think Artificial General Intelligence is a lot closer than most people think.

About 5 years ago, many experts were predicting it would be 50 years. Now, the average outlook has dropped to 8 years. 

Also, the definition of AGI is a moving goalpost.

In some regards, I’d say we’re actually very close now. But, I’d say within 5 years, there won’t be any more arguments and the consensus will be that AGI has been achieved. 

What do y’all think? 

Numbers to watch

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CuspAI secures $30 million in funding to develop a search engine for new materials driven by GenAI.

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