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How to use ChatGPT on your own data, for free

This simple tool can make your documents part of a ChatGPT dataset

“Anything that could give rise to smarter-than-human intelligence—in the form of Artificial Intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, or neuroscience-based human intelligence enhancement – wins hands down beyond contest as doing the most to change the world. Nothing else is even in the same league.” - Eliezer Yudkowsky

In today's email:

  • Google and Microsoft AI releases and announcements

  • This AI tool can write your resume and cover letter in 10 minutes

  • GPT trained on medical text for chat-based diagnosis

  • Finally: How to use ChatGPT on your own files

Anthropic AI Teams Up With Google

Anthropic, an AI safety and research company, has announced a partnership with Google.

Google has invested $300 million for a 10% stake in San Francisco-based generative AI startup Anthropic, a company founded in 2021 by former OpenAI researchers.

The investment will allow Anthropic to leverage Google Cloud's cutting-edge GPU and TPU clusters to train, scale, and deploy its AI system known as Claude, which is similar to ChatGPT.

Anthropic has created safety techniques like Constitutional AI to create AI technologies that are easier to rely on and understand. 

Sign up for early access to Claude here(link from Anthropic's twitter)

Google's AI Search Announcement

Google is making an announcement on February 8th, at 8:30am EST live from Paris on the future of search.

The tagline of the event states "We're reimagining how people search for, explore and interact with information, making it more natural and intuitive than ever before to find what you need. Join us to learn how we're opening up greater access to information for people everywhere, through Search, Maps and beyond."

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says users will be able to “interact directly with Google’s newest, most powerful language models as a companion to Search in experimental and innovative ways,and that the company is working to bring large language models to Gmail and Docs.

Microsoft's first use of OpenAI? Teams Integration

Microsoft announced their first GPT integration into Teams, which will automatically generate meeting notes, summaries, tasks, and timestamps of who spoke and when.

  • AI-generated chapters can divide the meeting into sections and allow users to pick and choose the content most relevant to them.

  • Intelligent recap will automatically generate meeting chapters based on the meeting transcript as well.

Teams Premium is available for $7/mo. Expect to see more OpenAI integrations into Microsoft products this year.

The AI That Can Write Your Resume & Cover Letter in 10 Minutes

Concerned that AI may take your job?

Here's an AI tool that can actually help you get a job - and quickly:

This AI-powered resume builder can automatically generate your entire resume and cover letter after you input basic information such as your job title and company history.

The AI Resume Writer from Kickresume can craft a professional resume summary, work experience, and education sections - with the AI generated content staying consistent throughout the entire document.

The speed at which you can write (or re-write) your resume is particularly impressive. There's also a tool that scores your resume after it's complete, and shows you a list of companies that may be hiring for your position.

Many job opportunities have been missed from avoiding the daunting task of writing an up-to-date resume. Letting AI craft the fine details can make the process much faster.

Worth checking out if you've thought about a career move recently

Glass Health Trained an AI on Medicine 

Medicine has a tumultuous history with amateur research. Physicians are all too familiar with patients searching WebMD or Google to form their own opinions about their treatment, but this research tool is intended to be used by physicians, according to Glass Health founder who is a practicing MD himself.

How it works:

Glass AI will attempt to output a a differential diagnosis or clinical plan for a submitted diagnostic one-liner regardless of the quality of the input.

The quality and usefulness of the output is variable and highly dependent on the quality of the diagnostic one-liner submitted.

The AI-generation of a differential diagnosis (all of the medical diagnosis being considered from the symptoms) is not perfect and does lack context, but is a fairly accurate starting point. That being said, it is an early stage concept of how artificial intelligence could become a common diagnostic tool. 

Experimental tools like this should be considered the "Atari" of what is to come. In 10 years, it is possible we see a globally distributed AI physician that can provide useful advice and clinical plans that cover a large percentage of patient ailments. This could be particularly useful in developing regions like Africa and South Asia.

Note: This is a tool, like a textbook or clinical reference, for educational purposes only, and should never be substituted for expert clinical judgment. It is not intended for use by a general audience and does not generate medical advice. Glass AI should only be used by clinicians and clinicians in training who are trained to create effective and appropriate diagnostic problem representations, differential diagnoses, and clinical plans.

However, it's free to experiment with.

How To Use ChatGPT On Your Own Files

Textbooks, manuals, and documents have just come to life.

FileChat lets you have a conversational dialogue with your documents, allowing you to ask questions about their contents. Responses are semantically pulled from the text like an intelligent Ctrl+F, but for conceptual inquiries rather than exact character matching. 

FileChat allows you to upload:

  • Research Papers

  • Books

  • Newspapers

  • Study Guides

  • Manuals

  • Legal Documents

...or any other legible PDF can be used for AI interpretation.

Plus, direct citations are pulled from the document to support the chatbot's answer.

This is a much anticipated use case for GPT, and could have a significant impact on the ease of interpretability of complex documents.

This will be widely used as a study aide for students as well, who can upload a PDF of an assigned text and ask it questions. 

Filechat works by turning your documents into word embeddings.

These embeddings allow you to search by semantic meaning instead of by the exact language. This is incredibly useful when trying to understand unstructured text information, such as textbooks, documentation, and others.

Free to try, no credit card required. Monthly upgrade available for unlimited use.

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