ChatGPT becomes a court clerk

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At this point, we’ve gotten good at spotting AI-generated clips. But a new generative video platform is so realistic it’s making some people do double-takes. And: How to review contracts in ChatGPT.

Today’s Insights

  • A Chinese startup takes on Sora

  • Tutorial: How to review contracts in ChatGPT

  • Why Brazil is recruiting ChatGPT for help in court

  • 5 new AI tools to boost your productivity

  • Everything else you should know today

  • AI-Generated Images: Menu Inspiration


A Chinese startup rewrites the script for generative video platforms

Source: Kling AI

You might have recently seen a social media video of zoo animals zooming around a track — or one of a rabbit stepping into a boxing ring to face off against a tiger. Most tech-savvy people would immediately recognize these clips as works of AI. 

But simpler compositions, like a man slurping a bowl of noodles, look eerily realistic. And what’s just as surprising is those AI-generated videos came seemingly out of nowhere from a Chinese TikTok rival called Kuaishou. The US is trying to keep high-tech superconductors out of China’s grasp. That apparently hasn’t stopped Kuaishou from developing a powerful AI video platform, Kling AI, which can create clips up to two minutes in length at 1080p. 

How does it compare? The platform is at least as good as OpenAI’s Sora in terms of image quality and accuracy. But while OpenAI has delayed the release of its text-to-video generator over safety concerns, eager US-based creators have already gotten access to Kling AI by creating accounts and joining a waitlist. 

Fierce competition: They probably won’t have to wait long before US developers like Pika and Runway catch back up. Just yesterday, San Francisco-based startup Luma AI unveiled its own impressive text-to-video model, Dream Machine, which lets you create up to 30 generations per month. Experts think that with enough fine-tuning, AI-generated videos could eventually become indistinguishable from the real thing.

What’s next? Maybe you have an idea for a show that hasn’t been made yet — one with a setting, characters, and plot that perfectly match your mood. A company called Fable Studio is pitching a new platform called Showrunner that it claims will let you generate an animated show based off of a custom text prompt. AI-generated videos still have a long way to go, but it could be the first glimpse into the future — like Netflix was in the early days of streaming.


How to use AI to find and create trending posts on LinkedIn

Creating a trending post on LinkedIn comes down to two key things:

  • Understanding what type of content performs on LinkedIn

  • Applying the learnings to create your own trending posts

Here's how to find what type of content is performing:

  • Go to the Taplio website and sign up for a free trial

  • Once you're logged in, go to the bar on the left and click on “Viral content”

  • Browse the posts and apply filters to understand what content is performing well

Once you have an idea you want to write about, it's time to do the actual writing:

  • Go to the bar on the left and click “Write a post”

  • In the text box on the right, write a draft of your post (or even a first line) and click on the purple bolt icon

You'll get a drop-down menu, where you can do everything from generating the rest of your post to improving your writing.

Once you're done you can schedule your post by clicking on Add to Queue and you're done! If you want a more detailed understanding of how the process works, check out this video.


How to review contracts in ChatGPT

  • Go to ChatGPT and log in.

  • Upload your document and ask ChatGPT to review it. (do not enter any sensitive data into ChatGPT)

  • Use the following prompt:

“Assume you are an expert lawyer. Review this contract. Summarize the key points and highlight any clauses that need attention.”

Note: ChatGPT is prone to errors and it is not a substitute for professional legal services.


Gardening made easy

Prompt: I have 4 raised garden beds, 3.5ft wide by 6.5ft long. Using the square foot garden method, can you create a list of items that work well together in each bed, factoring in companion plants? 

Please include: basil, fennel, tomatoes (large and small, 2 varieties of each), cucamelons, brussel sprouts, sweet peppers, poblanos, strawberries, cucumbers, broccoli, broccolini, parsley, cilantro, dill, nasturtium, strawberry, onions, scallions, cabbage, and any others that may work. Please include one climbing plant in each bed, and indicate which items should go in which rows in each bed, perhaps in a table.

You can adapt the prompt to your specific needs.

Source: Marie Poulin


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Brazil is using ChatGPT to help fight its court battles

Brasília, the capital of Brazil. Source: Kayak

Companies aren’t the only ones teaming up with OpenAI for access to its generative platforms. It turns out, countries want a piece of the pie, too. In Brazil, ChatGPT is donning a lawyer’s robe and starting a career as a paralegal.

Why is the country turning to OpenAI for help? According to Reuters, it’s losing court battles at an unsustainable rate, and it needs some wins to pay down its legal dues — which now account for about 1% of its GDP. 

Here’s what it could help with:

  • Identifying trends and finding similarities between thousands of court cases

  • Flagging when certain cases need to be given special attention ahead of final decisions

  • Reviewing the accuracy of court filings, and surfacing cases the government has the best chance of winning

Brazil clarified that each of ChatGPT’s suggestions will still be reviewed by human law clerks. But it’s not the first time the country has broken ground on AI and governance. Last year, a lawmaker in southern Brazil revealed that his colleagues had become the first in the world to pass a law generated entirely by AI. Legislators had unwittingly approved the bill without knowing ChatGPT had drafted it.


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Everything else you need to know today

Source: Getty Images

  • Sudden Reversal: Elon Musk unexpectedly dropped a lawsuit against OpenAI without giving an explanation. He’d accused the company of turning away from its founding principles of transparency and openness.

  • Silicon Showdown: A pair of South Korean AI chip developers — Rebellions and Sapeon — are planning a merger so they can be better positioned to take on Nvidia within the next two to three years.

  • Connect the Dots: Software company Databricks is rolling out a data visualization tool that can build custom graphs and charts based on users’ questions.

  • Tables Turned: Apple’s AI announcements helped it leap ahead of Microsoft to become the most valuable company in the world on Wednesday.

😄 One Fun Thing: A YouTube channel called Abandoned Films creates trailers for “films that could have been” with the help of AI. Recent additions include a 1940s noir version of The Matrix and a Pixar adaption of Lord of the Rings.


Menu Inspiration

Source: @doruenciu on Midjourney

Prompt: Flatlay Food In The Table, [insert type of food here, ex: sushi, seafood pasta, etc...] simple yet minimal kawaii drawing, hard-edged salt gouache, freestyle gestural art, warm pink and blue tones, romantic warm feeling artwork, bold color palette, Fauvism, naive childish illustration, cuteness overload

--ar 4:5

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