AI Unleashed: This Week’s AI Advancements

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👋👋 Hey there, Humans!

Gear up for another edition of Unlocked by AI, your go-to digest for the most thrilling AI breakthroughs and state-of-the-art tools that are shaping our future.

We’ve curated a treasure trove of the freshest AI trends and the competitive dynamics altering the digital landscape.

Our goal? To keep you in the loop and spark your imagination with the latest and greatest in AI innovation.

Ready to dive in? Let’s get started on this week’s tech trek! 🚀🌐

🤖 The Biggest Things in AI Recently

1️⃣ When Growth Takes Over: Witness the innovation first hand here:

So, this happened yesterday.

ChatGPT: “It’s not you, it’s me”.

Post-DevDay, ChatGPT Plus faced a surge in demand and (probably) a surge in compute costs—so much so that we’ve personally seen our fair share of “Network Errors” this week.

While ChatGPT Plus takes a breather, you can still tap into GPT-4 through Bing or via Azure’s OpenAI service if your business lives in Microsoft.

Your next-best option is Claude—its latest model is #2 behind GPT-4 and handles ~100-page PDFs with impressive accuracy.

2️⃣ Microsoft is finally rolling out Copilot, its AI helper, to its >280,000,000 Teams users this month.

Not to sound like a broken record, but here’s what companies with a Microsoft Copilot license can now access:

  • Meeting summaries, transcriptions, and note-taking.
  • Drafting messages in Teams chats.
  • Distilling key points from lengthy chats and channels.

And most crucially: it can clean up your (very) messy background for virtual meetings.

Why it matters: This is a pivotal moment to gauge if “AI at work” truly delivers. The Neuron has two burning questions:

  1. Will people use Copilot?
  2. Will companies pay an extra $30/month/user for Copilot?

The answer to (1) seems to be yes. 77% of Copilot users don’t want to give it up and 70% report feeling more productive. Of course, feeling productive ≠ being productive, and 70% doesn’t feel that high.

The answer to (2) is TBD. If the demos are anything to go by, we foresee many companies paying extra for Copilot.

BUT, and it’s a big BUT…the pathway to access Copilot is really friggin’ confusing. We’re still waiting for access, but we advise companies to go here to get started.

3️⃣ X launched Grok, its competitor to ChatGPT Elon Musk’s ChatGPT alternative “Grok” is finally here—for cozy friends and insiders, of course.

Grok is somewhere in between ChatGPT-3 and GPT-3.5 in capability.

So while impressively efficient having just been trained on 33B parameters over two months, Grok is definitely a ways behind ChatGPT-4.

But it’s pretty darn unique from anything we’ve seen.

For one, it has a stand-out personality. Like, the type of energy you get at a NYC comedy club at 2am (see here for proof). So Grok definitely sounds the most human like from any chatbot we’ve seen, which is a +1.

It’s also an open book, designed to answer “almost anything.” This diverges from ChatGPT’s very cautious approach to potentially harmful content—a point Musk has vocally criticized.

It pulls the latest info from Elon’s other playground X/Twitter so you get real-time information. Clever. Conveniently, Grok is currently available to anyone paying $16/month for X Premium+. 

4️⃣ Study: GenAI boosts low-performing workers most  🚀 — A new report shows AI tools like ChatGPT are transforming knowledge work, with low-performing employees seeing the biggest benefit. The key for workers — becoming “cyborgs” and “centaurs,” meshing AI into workflows vs handing off tasks.

🎯 This Week’s Prompts: Here are 15 Marketing Boosters

In this edition of our newsletter, we’re thrilled to introduce ChatGPT’s Marketing Boosters – a powerful toolkit designed to supercharge your marketing results. We understand that marketing success requires creativity, precision, and efficiency, and our prompts are here to deliver just that.

Whether you need to craft compelling social media posts, persuasive ad copy, engaging emails, or even create data-driven case studies, ChatGPT has you covered. We offer quick and effective solutions to common marketing challenges, helping you save time and achieve better outcomes.

Now on to your prompts…👇

ChatGPT Prompts for Marketers

Create a LinkedIn post under 150 words using this [insert copy here].

Create an Instagram carousel with [number] slides using this [insert copy].

Write persuasive Google Ad copy for a campaign targeting [keyword], focusing on our product [product name], using this [insert information about the product or campaign].

Craft an email to customers for [company] who haven’t purchased from us in [number of months]. Include this offer [offer details].

Write [number] CTA messages about [insert material here]. I want [number] combinations of one header and one subheading.

Write a 60-second YouTube script for [product or service name] using [insert information here] about the company.

Write my weekly newsletter, including [number] headings and [number] two-to-three-sentence paragraphs about [insert content here].

Come up with [number] YouTube video ideas for [company] about [topic].

Turn the data below into a case study with the following format: (1) Challenge (2) Solution (3) Result. Data: [paste data]

Create a landing page copy for a limited-time discount on [product or service]. Use [number] header combinations with the following product features [insert product feature list].

Propose a referral program to incentivize existing customers to refer our [product or service] to their networks.

Suggest [number] compelling taglines for a new brand campaign for [product] targeting [specific demographic].

Design a lead magnet or downloadable resource to attract potential customers to our website [website URL]. Here is information about our product to help you: [insert product information].

Create the structure for an infographic highlighting the key benefits of our [product or service]. Here is information about our product to help you: [insert product information].

Come up with [number] Instagram Story ideas for [company name] relevant to [target audience] using a brand voice that is [brand voice].


🛠️ Tools to Check Out

  • Deepgram- Instantly transcribe conversations in multiple languages with the industry-leading Nova-2 model (link)*
  • LogoPicture AI- Create optical illusion art with your logo (link)
  • Lebesgue- Scraping global marketing data to make your marketing work (link)
  • Klu- One search bar for all your Gmail accounts (link)
  • Planfit- Personalized workout coaching w/ machine learning + ChatGPT (link)
  • Uizard- Design wireframes, prototypes, and mockups quickly and easily (link)
  • Vondy- A search engine application to guide you to your productivity needs (link)
  • ChefGPT- AI digital chef & kitchen companion (link)
  • Softr- Create business apps with no code and AI (link)
  • Forefront- Your AI assistant for work (link)

📚 How to learn AI with free courses

Want to get some of the best resources and training from the top companies and institutions without breaking the bank?

There are tons of great free courses from the likes of Microsoft, Google, Harvard, etc. — here are a few we’d suggest you take a look at if you are interested in learning AI for 2024:

  1. DeepLearning AI’s Generative AI for Everyone — Get an overview of AI tools, and learn from real-world examples of generative AI in use today. (link)
  2. Google’s Introduction to Generative AI — Aimed at explaining what Generative AI is, how it is used, and how it differs from traditional machine learning methods. (link)
  3. DeepLearning AI’s ChatGPT Prompt Engineering for Developers — A free course on ChatGPT prompt engineering by DeepLearning AI and OpenAI. (link)
  4. Harvard’s CS50’s Introduction to AI with Python — Learn to use machine learning in Python in this introductory course on artificial intelligence. (link)

View our growing database of all the best AI tools as we discover them. 

Have cool resources you’d like to share? Submit a toolor reach out to us by replying to this email.

🤖 How to find the best “New GPTs”  😮

There has been an endless supply of new GPTs created since launching last week. Wondering how to find the best ones?

zindo+co marketplace now has a GPT directory, organizing the top community submissions and curating favorites, including many of our own.

Follow the steps below to start exploring:

Step 1: Navigate to the GPTs section of

Step 2: Filter based on the type of GPT you are looking for. We’ve broken it up into different categories like Image Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneurship, Productivity, Developer, etc. to easily find the perfect tools.

Step 3: Submit your own GPT by clicking on the ‘Submit Tool’ tab and providing the relevant details (description, category, link, etc.)

Now you can quickly find the perfect customized GPT for your needs, and share your tool with the community! Let us know your favorites —  

Just a friendly weekly nudge to consider hopping onto ChatGPT Plus to access all of the new GPTs.

And trust me, when you start using GPTs in your business, you’ll realize they are the future of effective marketing and growth in your business.

If you are struggling through making sense of how to utilize AI in your business, we can help. Check out, it was built with 🫵 in mind. 🤓

If you have any exciting projects or ideas, please reach out to us by responding to this email or by sending us a DM on Twitter: @unlockedbyai & @audracarpenter

As always, thanks for reading, and see you next time 🌟.

Talk soon, ✌️

Audra and The Unlocked by AI Team

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