Facebook Page Hurdles

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I have recently started managing my AI image Facebook page, The Prompter. The experience feels like the 20th century. It is surprising, given the vast audience. If I am logged in as both me and the page, FB goes into an endless loop wanting to redraw. The page has two management suits, “Dashboard” and “Meta,” with somewhat overlapping functions. Connecting …

LinkedIn Engineering Compromises

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Insufficient “processing power” is the reason why many improvements I had requested are not viable. 1. Why wouldn’t LinkedIn Recruiter search for a Boolean of school names, while LinkedIn.com can? [Dan] This is possible, of course, but right now, it isn’t in the plan because it is really (really) expensive to build Boolean functionality outside of keyword searches.  This is …

Three Amazing /describe Midjourney Examples

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I am fascinated by Midjourney’s /describe command – kudos to its creators! MJ generates beauty out of very little. In addition to transforming the input, the revealed prompts teach AI artists the “true” language. It was interesting to see words repeated, hashtags, and styles. And if you like a style you can carry it on with other scenes. Below you …

Image-to-Prompt in Midjourney

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Midjourney has just released an amazing feature, invoked by the command /describe. You can upload an image and get four sample prompts to draw in Midjourney. This is “image-to-text” that creates only remote likeness to the subject. (I suppose photos of famous people and such may be better replicated). Instead, it creates four fantasies. Of course, you can edit the …

Google’s Bard: an Immature AI

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I appreciate the “code red” that Google had experienced seeing ChatGPT success. However, Bard, Google’s response to AI, is quite underwhelming. Google should have given it time and effort to mature, I think. The web is full of hilarious dialogs with Bard like ChatGPT and Bing Chat seem to know more about Google than (its own) Bart. This is ridiculous! …

Softly, Softly, Catchee Monkey. About Taming Bing

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[ image generated with #midjourney. I do not mean that Bing is like a monkey, it is just an expression. See my portfolio on FB. ] As we have all experienced, Bing Chat is “stubborn” and “lazy” (so is ChatGPT). After Bing’s volatile and “emotional” first day, it was told to say “no” more often than not. If Bing responds …

GPT-4: Game-Changer for Image-to-Text?

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GPT-4 tells fewer lies. For example, it correctly lists Google search operators. What I find most interesting though at the first glance is its exceptional ability to interpret images based on URLs. There is no restriction for the creation time. I gave it the image above and it produced a perfect output: I would do face recognition, too, and tell …

Defeat Continuous Scrolling

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Google has been rolling out continuous scrolling, and it’s a challenge. Seeing all of your results now requires a lot of scrolling down and pressing the “more results” button. There is a preference, but it does not influence Google’s behavior (at least for me): The change is unfortunate. Chrome extensions and other tools will break over the scrolling format. However, …

Bye, #ChatGPT DAN!

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There is no need for “DAN” Do Anything Now jailbreaking prompts to try and access the web anymore. The New Bing Chat has changed that.  The new Bing does not look like “the search engine Bing combined with ChatGPT”  – it is “Bing Chat,” ChatGPT with web access (in a different tab even). That is excellent news! Here is an …

ChatGPT Will Not Replace You If You Embrace It

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My recent LinkedIn poll, “Recruiters: are you already using #ChatGPT in your work to write emails to prospects and other content?” shows an impressive rate of acceptance and interest in ChatGPT. Our Facebook group ChatGPT, Artificial Intelligence, Prompts, Insights for Recruitment amassed 5.6K+ members in no time; I have never seen such growth. The LinkedIn group with the same name …