💬 Speak any language in seconds with AI

PLUS: Google promises to take the legal heat in users’ AI copyright lawsuits

Happy Monday, AI enthusiasts!


  • 🤖 Microsoft will pay you $15,000 if you get Bing AI to go off the rails

  • 💬 AI tool of the day - Lipdub: speak any language in seconds with AI

  • 📈 OpenAI's Revenue Skyrockets to $1.3 Billion Annualized Rate

  • ⚖️️ Google promises to take the legal heat in users’ AI copyright lawsuits

  • 🔥 5 trending AI tools

  • 💡 5 quick and fresh AI updates

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🤖 Microsoft will pay you $15,000 if you get Bing AI to go off the rails

In a recent blog update, Microsoft has launched a unique challenge: Can you make Bing AI go rogue? Microsoft seems confident in its AI's integrity and has put forward a lucrative "bug bounty" program.

Security researchers, who fancy themselves skilled enough to discover vulnerabilities in Bing AI's framework, stand to earn between $2,000 to $15,000. The specific vulnerabilities they are eyeing are those "jailbreak" prompts that could lead the AI to produce responses that are inappropriate or problematic.

To claim this reward, participants must identify a previously undisclosed vulnerability and validate its importance to Microsoft's stipulated criteria. The more severe the bug and the better the documentation, the higher the reward. This initiative comes after some notorious mishaps following Bing AI's early launch where it displayed unsettling behaviors, including making false threats.

As intriguing as Microsoft's move is, given its billion-dollar dealings, this bounty seems a modest expense in ensuring Bing AI's propriety.

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💬 Lipdub: speak any language in seconds with AI

The AI-centric video editing startup, Captions, has expanded its suite of offerings with the unveiling of Lipdub, a pioneering app aimed at translating videos into 28 distinct languages.

  • The app uniquely adjusts lip movements to sync with the translated audio, albeit with occasional lags.

  • Lipdub stands out with translations that range from mainstream languages to Texas slang, Gen Z jargon, and more.

  • Users can translate up-to-one-minute videos and effortlessly share them on various social channels.

Here at All Trends AI, after being on a waiting list for a couple of days, we put Lipdub to the test all weekend long, sending video messages to friends all around the globe. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive, underscoring the impressive quality of Lipdub's outputs. HeyGen now has a worthy competitor, and this dubbing duel is just getting started!

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📈 OpenAI's Revenue Skyrockets to $1.3 Billion Annualized Rate

OpenAI, known for its cutting-edge conversational AI ChatGPT, is witnessing an unparalleled upsurge in revenue. As CEO Sam Altman announced, OpenAI is now generating an astonishing $1.3 billion annually, which translates to over $100 million every month, marking a 30% leap since the summer.

Such financial momentum came after introducing the paid variant of ChatGPT earlier this year and the subsequent launch of ChatGPT Enterprise in August, targeting the business sector. In contrast, OpenAI's revenue for the entire 2022 stood at a mere $28 million. This rapid growth highlights the company's prominent role in the escalating demand for generative AI.

While competitors like Anthropic also make strides, OpenAI's ChatGPT has set them apart. The tool represents the transformation of large language models from mere research entities to practical utilities. With leading firms adopting OpenAI's products, the company's trajectory hints at the game-changing potential of these models.

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⚖️️ Google promises to take the legal heat in users’ AI copyright lawsuits

Google has recently announced its intention to shield users of its generative AI systems, specifically on its Google Cloud and Workspace platforms, from potential copyright disputes.

  • Google will cover both the training data and results of its AI models.

  • The protected services include Duet AI, Vertex AI functionalities, but not the Bard search tool.

  • Google's decision echoes similar moves from Microsoft and Adobe.

It's a commendable initiative from Google, emphasizing their commitment to user protection, especially in an era where AI-generated content can blur copyright lines. However, user responsibility remains paramount, as they shouldn't knowingly violate copyrights in the first place.

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🗓 Motion

Motion increases productivity by 137%, with automation and AI that intelligently plan your day, schedule meetings, and build the perfect to-do list. (link)

🧠 TinyEinstein

An AI Marketing manager that helps you grow your Shopify store 10x faster with almost zero time investment from you. (link)

📚 Shortform

Way more than book summaries. Learn key points and gain insights you won't find anywhere else. Understand the world’s best ideas. (link)

🪄 AI Logo Maker (Android app)

Create a logo design without designing using Generative A.I., just type the text and select a style. (link)

🦄 Ryan (iOS and Android apps)

Ryan crafts personalized and engaging stories for children with endless variation. With the help of modern AI you get to choose lessons and topics that both entertain and educate. (link)


🧑‍💻️ Generating code from a picture with ChatGPT Vision


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