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 2024 is set to be an exciting year for AI and robotics. Let's dive in..

In today’s Generative AI Newsletter:

  • The Autonomous AI Marketer Revolutionizing Content Creation and Marketing

  • Microsoft Unveils Florence-2: A New Generalist AI Vision Model

  • OpenAI and Color Health Announce Partnership to Create AI Assistant for Personalized Cancer Care

  • Apple and Meta Discuss AI Partnership

  • Formula 1 and Amazon Launch AI Statbot

  • OpenAI and Anthropic Accused of Ignoring Web Scraping Rules

  • 5 Best AI HR Tools

The Autonomous AI Marketer Revolutionizing Content Creation and Marketing

Thirty years ago, word processors and spreadsheets revolutionized productivity. Today, GenAI is poised to do the same.

Take Skott from Lyzr AI, an AI marketer that automates content creation, from keyword research to publishing across multiple platforms. Skott enhances content with AI-generated images and videos, repurposing it for over 20 channels.

Key features:

  • In-depth research using sources like Google News.

  • Continuous learning for human-like content creation.

  • Minimal prompting needed for ongoing improvements.

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Microsoft Unveils Florence-2: A New Generalist AI Vision Model

Researchers have created Florence-2, a new advanced model for computer vision tasks.

This model can understand and respond to different visual tasks like captioning, object detection, and segmentation using simple text instructions.

To train Florence-2, the team developed a huge dataset called FLD-5B, which has 5.4 billion detailed visual labels for 126 million images.

The training process combined automatic image labeling with model improvements.

Florence-2 has been tested extensively and shows strong performance, capable of handling various tasks without additional training.

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OpenAI and Color Health Announce Partnership to Create AI Assistant for Personalized Cancer Care

OpenAI and Color Health have partnered to develop an AI assistant, or "copilot," to help doctors provide personalized and efficient cancer care.

Using OpenAI's GPT-4o model, the copilot analyzes patient data to create customized cancer screening and pretreatment plans, identifying missing diagnostic tests and necessary pretreatment work-ups.

This reduces delays in starting treatment and makes specialized cancer expertise more accessible to primary care doctors.

Trials show the copilot significantly speeds up patient record analysis, while doctors maintain full control over the final treatment plans.

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Apple and Meta Discuss AI Partnership

Apple is reportedly in talks with Meta to integrate Meta's generative AI models into Apple Intelligence, indicating a potential thaw in their rivalry.

This move is part of Apple's broader strategy to diversify its AI partnerships beyond OpenAI, with discussions also involving Anthropic, Perplexity, and Google's Gemini.

The potential deal would allow AI companies to offer premium subscriptions through Apple devices, with Apple taking a share of the revenue.

This collaboration aims to provide users with more AI options and reduce Apple's reliance on a single AI provider, while still maintaining control over its ecosystem.

Formula 1 and Amazon Launch AI Statbot

Formula 1 and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have unveiled "Statbot," an AI tool that enhances race broadcasts by rapidly analyzing historical and real-time data, providing instant statistics and facts.

This tool aims to improve the viewing experience by delivering fast, AI-powered insights.

Their partnership, ongoing since 2018, has also led to advancements like the 2022 next-generation F1 car and F1 Insights.

Additionally, they introduced an AI-designed trophy for the 2024 Canadian Grand Prix and launched a fan competition to design trophies, with winners receiving a trip to a 2025 Grand Prix.

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OpenAI and Anthropic Accused of Ignoring Web Scraping Rules

OpenAI and Anthropic, two leading AI startups, are reportedly ignoring requests from media publishers to stop scraping their web content for free model training data.

These companies are allegedly bypassing the robots.txt web rule, which is designed to prevent automated scraping of websites, despite their public claims of respecting it.

A startup named TollBit has found evidence of these companies circumventing these restrictions, sparking controversy in the AI and publishing industries.

This issue raises ethical and legal questions about the use of copyrighted web content for AI training.

The U.S. Copyright Office is expected to update its guidance on AI and copyright later this year, potentially addressing these concerns.

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