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Hello AI addicts 🤤 

I am sure many people here use ChatGPT. But did you know you can access some of the ChatGPT Plus functions for free? Let me show you how!

Today, we’ll look at:

  • 😲 How to Access ChatGPT Plus For Free

  • 🚀 3 AI Productivity Tools

  • 📰 Big AI News

  • 🗞️ Other AI News

But before we start, here’s a great AI tool from Microsoft you can use (for free)

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😲 How to Access ChatGPT Plus For Free

You’ve probably heard of Bing Chat. One of the biggest chatbots in the world, a competitor of ChatGPT. But did you know you can upload docs/photos, generate images, and generate text with internet access?

Let me show you what I mean.

1. Go to Microsoft Edge browser, and click on this icon in the top right corner.

2. Ask Copilot what is in the picture. It can analyze pictures in a similar way GPT vision can. I uploaded the picture above. Look below for the answer.

  1. Create images. I am not saying this is the best AI image generator in the world. But if people want a free option, this is it! Pretty neat, right?

  1. Generate text: This is an obvious task. No need to explain. You can ask it to generate articles, descriptions, summaries, etc.

There you go. That’s it and that’s all! 😊 

🚀 3 AI Productivity Tools

It’s really a cliché. Wasting time by looking through thousands of AI tools that could increase your productivity. Take a few and learn to use them.

  1. 📧 SaneBox: If your email inbox looks like crap, this is your salvation. SaneBox helps you sort, clean, and organize your email, powered by AI! Try it for free and you will save hours of time each week.

  2. 📽️ Supercreator: This is an AI app for people who take content creation seriously. It helps you write scripts and then you can use teleprompter to record the scripts. You can create content 10x faster and easier. Here’s the link.

  3. 🤖 Make: One of the most popular no-code automation tools. If you learn how to use it, you can automate many online tasks. You can also do this as a service to businesses and make money. Try it for free now.

📰 Big AI News

1. ChatGPT announced ‘GPTs’: OpenAI made a groundbreaking announcement, introducing ‘GPTs,’ a feature allowing users to create customized versions of ChatGPT by combining instructions, additional knowledge, and various skills. These GPTs can be tailored for personal or professional use without the need for coding. Examples include a writing coach, startup advisor, and automation tools. Users can share their creations and monetize them through the upcoming GPT Store, resembling an App Store for AI. This innovation has the potential to establish a new GPT economy, where millions can build, share, and monetize their customized versions. Enterprise users can also design internal GPTs for their organizations securely. The feature is available to Plus and Enterprise users.

2. Amazon wants to compete with ChatGPT: In the wake of Elon Musk’s recent introduction of Grok, Samsung has unveiled its own AI model named Gauss, paying homage to the renowned mathematician. Gauss, as per Samsung, encompasses language, code, and image capabilities. The language aspect is akin to ChatGPT’s default text mode, but Samsung asserts its applicability extends to smarter device control. The image capability generates images, while the code component creates, unsurprisingly, code. What distinguishes Gauss from other AI models is its on-device application, prioritizing user privacy protection. Samsung is currently conducting internal tests to enhance employee productivity, with plans to extend its applications to products in the future.

3. AI detects diabetes through subtle voice changes: The AI analyzed 18,000 voice recordings from 267 individuals, examining pitch, strength, vibration, and shimmer (breathiness/hoarseness). It identified subtle differences, undetectable by humans but correlated with diabetes, achieving an accuracy of 89% in females and 86% in males. The reason behind how diabetes alters a person’s voice remains unclear, although it might be associated with vocal cord neuropathy and muscle weakness. While broader trials are necessary to confirm accuracy, if substantiated, voice screening through smartphones could offer a cost-effective method for diabetes detection.

🗞️ Other AI News

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Rene Remsik

Rene Remsik

I'm the founder of AI Trendz, with 7+ years of experience in content creation and writing. I have run a content creation & social media agency since 2023. 
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