So you’re thinking about dipping your toes into the world of generative AI, but you’re feeling a bit lost in the sauce. I get it, man, there are just so many tools out there and so many possibilities that it can be overwhelming. But listen, it’s important to embrace the learning curve, especially in today’s digital world. Lucky for you, we’ve got a series of tutorial videos to ease you into the basics of generative AI and give you a solid foundation. These videos are not only instructional, but they also show you how you can tap into the creative potential of AI.
Let’s start with chatbots. These bad boys are like virtual conversationalists. We’ve got ChatGPT, a chatbot developed by OpenAI, that’s got over 100 million users a week. That’s insane! In these tutorials, we’ll show you how to fine-tune your output, distinguish between different versions of ChatGPT, use multimodal capabilities, and access plugins. They’ve even made changes since they recorded the videos, so make sure to check those out.
Next, we’ve got Google Bard. This chatbot from Google is integrated into G-Suite products and is powered by Google’s own PaLM 2 large language model. It’s like having your own in-house chatbot to keep you company and help you get your work done.
And of course, we can’t forget about Bing Chat, built on ChatGPT and integrated into Microsoft’s Bing browser. We’ll show you how to create inputs, fine-tune your output, view conversation history, and even share your output. Plus, they’ve made some updates since the videos were recorded, so you’ll want to stay up to date with those.
Now, if you’re more into image generation, we’ve got you covered there too. DALL·E 2 from OpenAI is a game-changer, allowing you to create and edit AI-generated images from user-provided input. You can even use it to edit user-uploaded photos. And they’ve already released DALL·E 3, which enhances the platform’s image-generating speed and quality. Bing Image Creator is another top-notch image generator from Microsoft, and they’ve made sure it’s accessible without a paywall. Just fire up your Microsoft account and you’re good to go.
Lastly, there’s Craiyon, an open-source image-generation platform that’s trained off the Google PU Research Cloud. These tutorials will show you how to create prompts and get the most out of this powerful tool.
So there you have it, my friends. Get ready to unlock your creative potential with these generative AI tools. It’s a brave new world out there, and we’re here to help you navigate it. Let’s dive in and have some fun!