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Hello folks, here’s what we have today;

  1. New tutorials from us:

    1. Using AI for content gap analysis - this setup is actually useful for using AI within Google Sheets for a variety of tasks.

    2. Creating a comprehensive brand style guide

    3. And ICYMI: Build an AI chatbot with a knowledge source, in 5 minutes.

  2. You can now use ChatGPT without signing up. OpenAI is allowing users to use ChatGPT’s free version (with GPT-3.5) without needing to sign up and create an OpenAI account. OpenAI says this is for broader access.

  3. US and UK plan to share their work on AI safety. On Monday, UK’s Science Minister Michelle Donelan and US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo signed an agreement. The agreement outlines how both countries will collaborate across technical know-how and AI talent.

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