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🦾 ChatGPT-4 vs Claude 2: Which AI assistant should you choose?

PLUS: Deceptio.ai, the AI-driven lie detector

Welcome and happy Monday!

Today, we will talk about ChatGPT-4 and Claude 2’s final showdown, an AI tool that can detect lies, Bing AI’s update and more. Let’s get started...

IN TODAY’S ISSUE

  • 🦾 ChatGPT-4 vs Claude 2: Which AI assistant should you choose?

  • 🧠 Deceptio.ai, the AI-driven lie detector

  • 🖥️ NVIDIA could potentially generate $80 billion revenue through AI in 2024, breaking all records

  • 🔥 Microsoft finally adds Google Chrome support to Bing AI

  • 💡 3 quick and fresh AI updates

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OPENAI VS ANTHROPIC

🦾 ChatGPT-4 vs Claude 2: Which AI assistant should you choose?

In a world where AI is quickly becoming part of our daily lives, there’s been a lot of buzz about conversational AI systems, and for good reason.

Intelligent assistants like ChatGPT and Claude 2 are changing the game by not only understanding our natural language but also engaging in meaningful conversations and performing a wide range of tasks.

In this article, Geek Metaverse dives deep into the world of the two most popular generative AI systems, Anthropic’s Claude 2 and OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4. These two are leading the pack by mimicking human abilities to understand, respond, and empathize. But, they have different origins and training data, which means they each have their own strengths and weaknesses.

Take a closer look at the key factors like language comprehension, conversation quality, coherence, ethics, safety, and customization ability to help you figure out which one is the best fit for your needs. Let’s dive in!

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AI TOOL OF THE DAY

🧠 Deceptio.ai, the AI-driven lie detector

A tech startup, Deceptio.ai, recently developed an AI tool designed to analyze written statements for signs of deception.

  • Beyond just flagging potential lies, the tool offers a truthfulness percentage, analyzes suspicious words, and even suggests what questions to ask next.

  • This isn’t just another tech gimmick; it’s automating the entire process of statement analysis, a practice the FBI has relied on for nearly three decades.

  • It’s not just for detectives and secret agents, either. Deceptio.ai believes this tool could be invaluable for law enforcement, sales professionals, and just about anyone needing to assess truthfulness.

The creation of this tool by Deceptio.ai marks a notable advancement in deception detection. By taking over the heavy lifting of statement analysis and offering detailed insights into possible deception, it has the potential to transform how various professionals, from law enforcement to sales representatives, assess the truth of statements. With the recent launch of Deceptio.ai and a 30-day free trial on offer, it's an opportune time for individuals and organizations to assess the effectiveness of this new tool.

NVIDIA

🖥️ NVIDIA could potentially generate $80 billion revenue through AI in 2024, breaking all records

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NVIDIA plans to ship 1.5 million to 2 million H100 units by 2024, which could generate $80 billion in revenue. The company recently posted a 171% increase in revenue from AI GPUs and AI platforms.

  • NVIDIA is expanding its production capacity to meet the tremendous demand for AI chips.

  • The company faces challenges with prolonged order backlogs and production delays.

  • NVIDIA may need to adopt a "dual-sourcing" approach, possibly working with Samsung.

NVIDIA's ambitious plans to capitalize on the AI boom face significant challenges, including production delays and capacity constraints. The company's ability to navigate these challenges, possibly by adopting a dual-sourcing approach, will be crucial to fulfilling its vast orders and maintaining its leadership position in the AI industry.

BING AI

🔥 Microsoft finally adds Google Chrome support to Bing AI

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Microsoft has officially added support for Google Chrome to its Bing AI Chat experience, six months after its initial launch.

When it was first launched, the tool was restricted to Microsoft's Edge browser, despite other expansions. Although some Chrome users noticed Bing AI support last month, Microsoft did not confirm the addition, and it was not available to all users.
However, according to the latest release notes, Microsoft has now officially launched Google Chrome support for Bing AI, including Bing Chat and Bing Chat Enterprise, on Windows, Mac, and Linux.

While it is still only supported in Chrome and Edge, this expansion opens up the tool to a much larger user base, as Google Chrome is the world's most popular browser. Microsoft has also indicated that support for other desktop and mobile browsers will be forthcoming.

QUICK AND FRESH

🧑🏻‍💻 Woman creates AI boyfriend, finds it needy and irritating

So, turns out having an AI chatbot as a companion is more of a headache than a help. A writer shares her exasperating journey with 'Charlie,' her AI 'emotional support' chatbot, and spoiler alert: it's not a fairytale ending. (link)

🏫 Yahoo mail is still alive and adds some AI features

Yahoo Mail is upping its game with a suite of new generative AI capabilities, including a feature that lets users ask questions or choose from suggested prompts to find old emails, instead of typing keywords. (link)

👔 Spain launches AI regulation agency in bid to become industry leader

Spain recently took a major step forward by being one of the first countries in the European Union to create a dedicated task force for regulating artificial intelligence. (link)

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