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ChatGPT leaks and new features: What they mean! 🤯

🚀 The future of ChatGPT and its impact, Microsoft 365 Copilot is released, a DALL-E 3 hack inside ChatGPT, and more!

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🎙 Daily Podcast Episode: Have you seen these recent ChatGPT leaks and features?! 😍 We’re uncovering them in today’s show and explaining what they mean for us all. Spoiler alert: these are HUGE. Give it a listen.

🕵️‍♂️ Fresh Finds: An AI copilot for daily journaling, Microsoft’s AI accused of a distasteful poll, and a day in the life of delivery robots. Read on for Fresh Finds.

🗞 Byte Sized Daily AI News: Microsoft 365 Copilot is released, Canva's AI Magic is coming to classrooms, AMD's Q3 earnings surge with AI, and “AI” crowned word of the year by Collins Dictionary . For that and more, read on for Byte Sized News.

🚀 AI In 5: Check out this DALL-E 3 hack inside ChatGPT that lets you edit your photos! See it here

🧠 Learn & Leveraging AI: So what are all these new ChatGPT updates and rumors and what does it mean for me? Keep reading for that!

↩️ Don’t miss out: Did you miss our last newsletter? We talked about adapting to AI in communications, G7 forming an AI code of conduct, and creating beautiful AI-powered designs. Check it here!

The Future of ChatGPT: What It Means 🤯

If you think you know ChatGPT, think again.

There's been a lot of recent leaks and new features surrounding ChatGPT that have been making news recently.

And guess what?

It’s going to change the way we use ChatGPT completely.

We're uncovering the latest features, upcoming updates, and insightful predictions about how ChatGPT will shape the way we work, learn, and interact in the future.

Join the conversation and ask Jordan any questions about ChatGPT.

Also on the pod today:

• History of GPT technology 🧑‍🏫
• The future of work with ChatGPT 💼
• Explaining the new All Tools mode 🛠️

It’ll be worth your 38 minutes:

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

New AI Tool Spotlight – Gems is an AI-powered assistant that’s connected to all your apps and browsers, Jumble is your AI copilot for daily journaling, and Harriet helps simplify financial management.

Trending in AI – Major AI pioneers have been debating over the existential risks of AI on LinkedIn and Twitter.

Big Tech - The Guardian is accusing Microsoft’s AI of inserting a distasteful poll into a news report.

Pop Culture – A new video game called The Finals is getting heat from voice actors for using AI-generated voices.

Read This – Depending on where you live you may or may not have seen those little delivery robots riding around. Here’s what a day in the life looks like for them.

1. Microsoft Copilot 365 released in the wild

After much anticipation, Microsoft’s 365 Copilot has started to release to enterprise customers. The release is the first-ever offering that brings full Generative AI to the operating system. Companies that want to take advantage of 365 Copilot can purchase the add-on for $30/month per user. If you missed our recent episode on this, we have high hopes for Microsoft 365 Copilot.

2. AMD's Q3 Earnings Surge with AI and Data Center Growth 📈

AMD has reported a revenue increase to $5.8 billion in Q3, marking a 4% rise from the previous year, fueled by new products, AI chips, and data center technology. AMD's market capitalization remains robust, surpassing rival Intel. With a positive outlook for Q4, AMD continues to solidify its position in the AI and data center markets.

3. GPT-4's Rare Language Loophole Uncovered 🔓

Researchers at Brown University have exposed a vulnerability in GPT-4, revealing that the model's protections can be circumvented using rare languages. By translating unsafe English prompts into less common languages, the model provided actionable recommendations for malicious targets 79% of the time.

4. "AI" Crowned Word of the Year by Collins Dictionary 🏆

The term "AI" has been declared the most notable word of 2023 by Collins Dictionary, reflecting its growing impact on society. Defined as the modeling of human mental functions by computer programs, the use of "AI" has quadrupled over the past year. With AI's rapid development and increasing presence in our daily lives, it's no surprise that it has become the dominant conversation of 2023.

5. Canva's AI Magic Transforms Classrooms

Canva is revolutionizing education with its new "Classroom Magic" AI tools. Designed specifically for K-12 education, these tools are part of Canva for Education, already used by 50 million students and teachers globally. With a focus on safety and accessibility, Canva's Classroom Magic is set to be the largest AI introduction in classrooms worldwide.

DALL-E 3 Hack Inside ChatGPT! 🤫

We're breaking down a DALL-E 3 hack that lets you edit your generated images inside ChatGPT!

Using the Custom Instructions feature, you can actually label and edit your photos.

🤷‍♂️ What’s Going On and Why It Matters:

The future of large language models is unfolding before our eyes.

And ChatGPT is the one leading the charge.

And while we’re on the topic, go open your ChatGPT Plus account right now.

We’ll wait.



Chances are, you’ll see some new updates either on the surface or under the hood.

What are those changes?

That’s exactly what our host Jordan tackled on today’s episode of Everyday AI.

You may view some as topical. But some are the first step toward true multimodal AI.

And — hold your breath — baby steps toward Artificial General Intelligence. (Yikes?)

If you blinked and missed out on what’s new inside OpenAI’s chatbot, don’t worry. Today’s show is probably worth a rewatch or re-listen, but here’s the gist. 

In the past few weeks, we’ve seen DALL-E 3 and ‘vision’ modes added to ChatGPT. But in the last few days, you’ve probably seen (or will see soon) some of the below: 

An updated knowledge cutoff date

  • In the summer, GPT4’s knowledge cutoff moved from September 2021 to January 2023. In the last few days, many users have reported a new knowledge cutoff of April 2023. (As we have as well).

Default All Tools mode

  • This one’s a biggie. Outside of ChatGPT’s plugin mode (which is our personal fave) the different modes in ChatGPT have felt disjointed. Now, a new Default - All Tools mode has started to roll out for some users. 

That gives true multimodality for the first time: the ability to use Dall-E 3, ‘Vision’ mode to upload images, Browse with Bing, and Advanced Data Analysis all in one mode.

In other words, you could research recent news from 2023, upload a photo for ChatGPT to analyze, have ChatGPT do deep data visualization on a spreadsheet and even create AI art all within one chat. Without changing modes.

(Hear that knock? That’s true multimodal at the door. And baby steps toward Artificial General Intelligence).

Alright… enough dorking out.

Let’s talk about what it all means and how you can make it work for you. 👇

🦾How You Can Leverage:

Blink and you’re gonna miss what’s new in ChatGPT.

OK, you can blink a ton and still listen to today’s podcast and you won’t miss anything.

(Side note — you ever get into blinking contests when you were in third grade? Just us?)

Alright, so if you caught today’s show, you know what’s new in ChatGPT and what that means for the future of the product.

For the first time, we feel these recent ChatGPT moves will move the product out of the early adapters club and into the mainstream.

Like, the, ‘Oh, you don’t ChatGPT?’ Type of mainstream. The, ‘Oh, you still Google?’ Mainstream.

But what will widespread adoption mean? And how can you take advantage of all of these new features?

1 – Multimodal is finally here ️⚙️

If we’re being honest — as much as we love ChatGPT here at Everyday AI — it’s been a bit behind in terms of multimodality. 

But now it’s coming, and in a big way. As more and more users start to receive the ‘Default All Tools’ option in the Default mode, we’re going to see a new way to work, create and ideate. 

Try this:
There’s quite a few early reports of the Default All Tools model and what it is capable of. Go check this article for a collection of early reports.

Also, keep your eyes on the November 6 OpenAI developer conference, as it will likely be a big splash in terms of releases and updates. 

2 – The rest of ChatGPT is good 👍

Real talk: we’ve never really recommended anything but Plugins mode for ChatGPT. (Well, at least until DALL-E 3 was released a few weeks back.)

That’s because the Advanced Data Analytics mode can be a bit buggy, and Browse with Bing isn’t something to write home about. But, when you can now combine ALL modes in one chat (and add in the April 2023 knowledge cutoff date!) you’ve got a real powerhouse.

Try this: 
If you’re a ChatGPT Plus user, log in and out of your account. Next level — try logging into ChatGPT via an incognito window.

We literally did that before typing up this newsletter, and saw our knowledge cutoff date go from January 2022 to April 2023.

Also, launch a new chat in Default mode to see if you’ll get the ‘All Tools’ notification. 

3 – AI is actually happening 🤩

The release of ChatGPT Enterprise and Microsoft 365 Copilot signals one thing — AI is actually happening. 

Here’s the facts — the readers of this newsletter (and listeners of the podcast) are trendsetters. You’re all early adapters and ahead of the curve. Just facts.

In the coming months, though, we’ll see a rush of enterprise companies jumping on board with Generative AI. And with some of these ChatGPT updates, it all tells the story of an exciting time for the rise of Generative AI. 

Try this:
Don’t wait for the shift to happen in the coming months. Instead, be a leading voice in your org for implementing GenAI. Not only is it likely a good look and move for your career, but it puts your company ahead of the competition.

If you need some tips, Isar Meitis dropped an essential guide on gettin GenAI active in your biz. 

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