Hello and welcome to another week of Augmented Rarity! 👽
Well, more like Artificial Rarity, because this week we're going to focus on the most important AI-related releases of the week, and probably the year.
Let's get started! 👇
🤖 Artificial Intelligence
In the war between Google and Microsoft to dominate the AI industry, Google just released workspace its version of AI assisted everything 📑 in the Google suite, at least for Google Docs, Gmail, Sheets, and Slides.
In response, a couple of days later Microsoft announced co-pilot 👩✈️, “your AI copilot for work”. Same, as it’s embedded in Microsoft 365 apps (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook, Teams, etc).
Can’t say much more yet because I haven’t tested them 🥲. Meanwhile this article covers more in depth this tech war.
Midjourney’s most photorealistic model ever (obviously) is here. In this article they cover more in depth what this implies and in the video below you can see how you can activate it as well as some examples:
Aaaaand what we’ve been waiting for months, GPT-4 has been released via ChatGPT and the API 🥳.
Another one from Microsoft! Starting in May, Microsoft Teams will allow us to become a 3D avatars during video calls
And an unexpected one, Siri is getting an AI boost. The testing will begin for tvOS (AppleTV) under the codename “Bobcat” 🐱.
Read, watch, listen
📺 Learn more about the AI war between Google and Microsoft 👇
⚙️ WriteUp, another AI writing assistant, yes, but this one lets you choose from a variety of tones of voice.
⚙️ If you are interested in no-code and low-code, here’s an official tutorial from FlutterFlow integrating ChatGPT into their low-code builder.
And that's it for today 👀 As always, thank you for reading, have a great weekend and see you next week!
The Midjourney model is 🔥🔥🔥.