Issue #22 - What AI should I wear today?

July 22, 2023
Splendid Edition
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In This Issue

  • The New York City’s Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) has implemented facial recognition systems in the subway to identify people who are not paying their fares.
  • Eurostar launched the world’s first walk-through biometric corridor to access its trains.
  • G/O Media, publisher of The Onion and Gizmodo, among the others, has begun publishing AI-generated articles.
  • In the What Can AI Do for Me? section, we see how to use GPT-4 Code Interpreter to ask questions about our website performance that Google Analytics can’t answer without attending a 72 days class.
  • In the Prompting section, I recommend what use case is more suitable for seven AI systems that can be used today.

Synthetic Work takes a week off. This newsletter is written by a real human, not an AI, and that human needs a little break.

Expect the next issue on August 6th.

With that in mind, let’s talk about business.


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