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    • New AI tools from Microsoft, Amazon, and OpenAIMicrosoft's Copilot, Amazon's investment in Anthropic, and OpenAI's ChatGPT updates highlight the rapid advancements in AI and its increasing accessibility and versatility.

      The technological landscape is constantly evolving, with significant investments being made in artificial intelligence (AI) and its applications. Microsoft's new tool, Copilot, is set to change the way we work, with its initial rollout starting tomorrow. This comes as Amazon makes a major investment in the AI startup, Anthropic, and its unique language model. Additionally, ChatGPT, from OpenAI, has recently announced updates that will allow users to interact with the model through speech and images, making AI more accessible and versatile. These developments underscore the importance of staying informed about the latest advancements in AI and how they can impact our daily lives. Tune in to the Everyday AI Show for more insights and practical advice.

    • Microsoft's Copilot brings generative AI to the operating systemMicrosoft's new Copilot integrates generative AI into the operating system, allowing everyday users to generate unlimited possibilities from text inputs, making work more efficient and accessible.

      Microsoft's new offering, Copilot, represents a significant shift in the future of work by bringing generative AI to the operating system. This means that everyday users, like you and me, can input text and generate unlimited possibilities on the back end. Although AI and generative AI are not new concepts, the accessibility and affordability of these tools have evolved significantly. Tools like ChatGPT, Bing Chat, Google Bard, Anthropic Cloud, and Stable Diffusion are examples of generative AI software that can transform text inputs into various outputs. Microsoft's Copilot is set to change the way we work by integrating AI directly into the operating system, making it an essential topic for discussion.

    • Microsoft Copilot: A New Era of Productivity and CollaborationMicrosoft Copilot integrates generative AI into Microsoft 365 applications, making them communicate for increased productivity and efficiency, available from November 1st for $30/month per user.

      Microsoft Copilot marks a significant shift in the accessibility and integration of generative AI into our daily business operations. Unlike other generative AI tools, Microsoft Copilot brings this technology directly to your desktop, making it more seamless and connected to other Microsoft 365 applications. This means that tools like Outlook, Word, Excel, Teams, and PowerPoint will be able to communicate with each other, leading to increased productivity and efficiency for enterprise customers. The November 1st release is when this full Microsoft 365 Copilot suite becomes available, priced at $30 a month per user. While there will be some initial rollouts starting on September 26th, the true impact of Microsoft Copilot will be felt when all these systems can talk to each other, revolutionizing the way we work and conduct business. Microsoft Copilot's integration could potentially surpass the impact of Chat GPT, making it a game-changer for generative AI enthusiasts and businesses alike. So, get ready for a new era of productivity and collaboration with Microsoft Copilot.

    • Microsoft Copilot: A game-changer for businesses using Microsoft 365Microsoft Copilot, an AI-driven response system integrated into Microsoft 365, offers businesses a significant competitive edge by streamlining work processes and communicating with other AI systems for enhanced productivity and efficiency.

      With the rollout of Microsoft Copilot 365, businesses using Microsoft 365 or not, will experience a significant shift in the competitive landscape. Microsoft Copilot, a large language model integrated into the operating system, offers a competitive edge by streamlining work processes and generating AI-driven responses. This integration sets Microsoft apart from competitors like Apple, who are also developing their own AI models. The ability to have all AI systems communicate with each other offers a "game-changing" advantage, making Microsoft Copilit a potential game-changer for businesses. It's important to understand that Microsoft 365 Copilot combines a large language model with all of a user's data, enhancing productivity and efficiency. Although the speaker experienced technical difficulties during the live session, it's crucial to recognize the potential impact Microsoft Copilot has on businesses and the competitive edge it offers.

    • Microsoft rolls out Copilot AI across products, starting with Microsoft Copilot and Microsoft 365 CopilotMicrosoft Copilot starts text-based interactions within apps, while Microsoft 365 Copilot integrates entire Microsoft 365 suite, enabling users to access and interact with data across apps like Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.

      Microsoft is rolling out its Copilot AI technology across various products and services, starting with the initial release of Microsoft Copilot on September 26, 2022. The main difference between these offerings is the level of integration with other apps and services. Microsoft Copilot will be available first, focusing on text-based interactions within specific applications like Microsoft Word. Microsoft 365 Copilot, on the other hand, which will be available from November 1, 2022, will bring together the entire Microsoft 365 suite, enabling users to access and interact with their data across various apps, including Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel. This integration will allow users to ask questions and receive information from their data within these apps, making it easier to work with their data and collaborate with others. This represents a significant shift in how we interact with our digital tools, making them more powerful and integrated. For those interested in mastering the use of these AI tools, consider enrolling in the free prime prompt polish chat GPT course, which will help you optimize your prompts and get the most out of your AI interactions.

    • Microsoft's new integrations bring data and apps togetherMicrosoft 365 and Copilot integrate, enabling seamless data access, collaboration, and advanced features like DALL E 3 in creative tools, boosting productivity and creativity.

      Microsoft's new integration of apps and tools, including Microsoft 365 and Copilot, is revolutionizing the way we work by bringing all of our data together in one place and enabling seamless communication between different applications. This means we can easily access and collaborate on projects, create Excel sheets from email threads, and even use advanced features like DALL E 3 in creative tools like Microsoft Designer and Microsoft Paint. Additionally, hardware updates like the new Surface laptop's ability to run large language models locally add to the excitement. The power of these integrations goes beyond just productivity, as they also enhance creative tools and can help run businesses, advertising, and marketing efforts. The upcoming release of DALL E 3 in Microsoft's individual products is an especially exciting development. The lessons learned from Prime Prompt Polish, a course on properly using large language models, can be applied to this new technology, making it an even more valuable tool for users.

    • Microsoft 365 Copilot: A Game-Changer in Business OperationsMicrosoft's new AI tool, Copilot, is set to revolutionize business operations by requiring specific skills to use large language models effectively. Early adopters, particularly those who have gone through Microsoft's PPP course, will have a significant advantage.

      The release of Microsoft 365 Copilot in November 2023 is expected to significantly shift the competitive landscape in the business world, marking the first major change in the rules of business operations since the widespread adoption of online tools nearly three decades ago. Those companies and individuals who have prioritized generative AI training will be far ahead of their competitors. Microsoft's new offering, which costs $395 a month per user, is seen as a valuable investment for those who have gone through the PPP (Prompting Power Program) course, as it requires a specific skill set to effectively use large language models. The rules of business have remained largely the same for the past 25 years, but with this copilot release, that is set to change. Additionally, there may be a shift in subscriptions from standalone generative AI tools like ChatGPT to integrated offerings like Microsoft 365 Copilot. The venture capital and startup landscapes have also been significantly impacted by the generative AI boom, with thousands of new companies emerging in this space.

    • Integrating Generative AI into Operating SystemsThe future of work lies in seamlessly integrated generative AI tools within operating systems, revolutionizing communication, data sharing, and the nature of work itself.

      While generative AI tools like ChatGPT and Infopic are impressive and offer new capabilities for knowledge work, they are currently operating in silos. However, the true game-changer will be when these tools are integrated into operating systems, which has the potential to fundamentally change how we work, business is conducted, and even redefine the nature of work itself. Microsoft's 365 Copilot is a step in this direction, allowing seamless communication and data sharing between apps. Despite this, there is still room for competition and innovation in the generative AI space. For those currently benefiting from these tools, the future integration into operating systems promises even more significant advancements.

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    EP 283: WWT's Jim Kavanaugh GenAI Roadmap for Business Success

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    Businesses are working out how to use GenAI in the best way. One company that's acing it? World Wide Technology. WWT's CEO, Jim Kavanaugh, is sharing their plan for implementing GenAI into business smoothly.

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    EP 282: AI’s Role in Scam Detection and Prevention

    EP 282: AI’s Role in Scam Detection and Prevention

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    If you think you know scammers, just wait.
     
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    EP 281: Elon Musk says AI will make jobs 'optional' – Crazy or correct?

    EP 281: Elon Musk says AI will make jobs 'optional' – Crazy or correct?

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    Will AI make jobs... optional? Elon Musk seems to think so. His comments struck a chord with some. And rightfully so. As polarizing as Elon Musk can be, does he have a point? Let's break it down.
     
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    EP 280: GenAI for Business - A 5-Step Beginner's Guide

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    EP 279: Google’s New AI Updates from I/O: the good, the bad, and the WTF

    EP 279: Google’s New AI Updates from I/O: the good, the bad, and the WTF

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    Did Google say 'AI' too many times at their I/O conference? But real talk – it's hard to make sense of all of Google's announcements. With so many new products, updated functionality, and new LLM capabilities, how can you make sense of it all?  Oh.... that's what we're for.

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    12:38 AI features not available for paid accounts.
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    EP 278: Microsoft Build AI Recap - 5 things you need to know

    EP 278: Microsoft Build AI Recap - 5 things you need to know

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    To end a week-ish full of AI happenings, Microsoft has thrown all kinds of monkey wrenches into the GenAI race. What did they announce at their Microsoft Build conference? And how might it impact you? Our last takeaway may surprise you.

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    11:15 Copilot changing work with edge AI technology.
    13:51 Cloud may be more secure than personal devices.
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    20:24 Semantic search understands context, improving productivity.
    28:41 Impressive integration of GPT-4 in Copilot demo.
    31:41 New Copilot technology changes how we work.
    36:13 Customize and deploy AI agent to automate tasks.
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    46:09 Recap of 5 key announcements from build conference.

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    EP 277: How Nonprofits Can Benefit From Responsible AI

    EP 277: How Nonprofits Can Benefit From Responsible AI

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    Generative AI offers significant benefits to nonprofits. What obstacles do they encounter, and how can they utilize this innovative technology while safeguarding donor information and upholding trust with stakeholders? Nathan Chappell, Chief AI Officer at DonorSearch AI, joins us to explore the responsible use of AI in the nonprofit sector.

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    Timestamps:
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    05:52 Decreased charity giving, AI aids nonprofit efficiency.
    09:39 AI enhances nonprofit efficiency, prioritizes human connections.
    13:35 Nonprofits need to embrace AI for advancement.
    16:22 Use AI to create engagement stories, scalable.
    18:59 Internet equalized access to computing power.
    25:02 Nonprofits rely on trust, need responsible AI.
    29:52 Ensuring trust and accountability in generative AI.
    33:35 AI is about people leveling up work.
    34:16 Daily exposure to new tech terms essential.

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    2. Digital Divide in Nonprofit Sector
    3. Role of Trust in Nonprofits and responsible AI usage
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    5. Future of AI in Nonprofits

    Keywords:
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    EP 276: AI News That Matters - May 20th, 2024

    EP 276: AI News That Matters - May 20th, 2024

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    OpenAI and Reddit’s data partnership, will Google’s AI plays help them catch ChatGPT, and what’s next for Microsoft?  Here's this week's AI News That Matters!

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    Topics Covered in This Episode:
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    2. Google's New AI Developments
    3. Microsoft's Upcoming Developer Conference
    4. Apple's Future AI Implementation

    Timestamps:
    02:00 Reddit partners with OpenAI for AI training, content.
    04:28 Large companies lack transparency in model training.
    06:58 Reddit becoming preferred search over Google, value in partnerships.
    12:08 OpenAI announced GPT 4 o and new feature.
    14:48 Google announced live smart assistance, leveraging AI.
    18:19 Customize data/files, tap into APIs, virtual teammate.
    21:06 Impressed by Google's new products and features.
    26:33 Apple to use OpenAI for generative AI.
    29:08 Speculation around AI safety, resignation raises questions.
    32:22 Concerns about OpenAI employees leaving is significant.
    34:20 Google and Microsoft announce AI developments, drama at OpenAI.

    Keywords:
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    EP 275: Be prepared to ChatGPT your competition before they ChatGPT you

    EP 275: Be prepared to ChatGPT your competition before they ChatGPT you

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    If you're not gonna use AI, your competition is. And they might crush you. Or, they might ChatGPT you. Barak Turovsky, VP of AI at Cisco, gives us the best ways to think about Generative AI and how to implement it. 

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    2. Understanding LLMs for Small to Medium-Sized Businesses
    3. Use Cases and Misconceptions of AI
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    Timestamps:
    01:35 About Barak and Cisco
    05:44 AI innovation concentrated in big tech companies.
    07:14 Large language models can revolutionize customer interactions.
    12:01 ChatGPT fluency doesn't guarantee accurate information.
    13:41 Considering use cases over two dimensions
    18:16 OLM is good fit for specific industries.
    21:17 Emphasizing the importance of large language models.
    23:20 Maintaining control over unique AI model elements.
    28:50 Questioning the data use in large models.
    31:27 Barak discusses leveraging AI for various use cases.
    33:50 Industry leader shared great insights on AI.

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    AI, Large Language Models, Jordan Wilson, Barak Turovsky, Cisco, Google Translate, Transformer Technology, Generative AI, Democratization of Access, Customer Satisfaction, Business Productivity, Business Disruption, Internet Search, Sales Decks, Scalable Businesses, Fluency-Accuracy Misconception, AI Use Cases, Data Privacy, Data Security, Model Distillation, Domain-Specific AI Models, Small AI Models, Gargantuan AI Models, Data Leverage, AI for Enterprises, Data Selling, Entertainment Use Case, Business Growth, Professional Upskilling, AI Newsletter.

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