Apparantely Google's new AI can do one thing ChatGPT can't 💬| 50th Edition
It's also the 50th edition of the CornerTech and Marketing newsletter
I just came back from the US from sunny San Diego (or should I say mildly cold), and it was great to revisit the states after having not visited for years. In the meantime, I have been reading a ton of news between ChatGPT vs. Microsoft vs. Google’s Bard. It’s definitely going to be an exciting year with these tools.
In other exciting news, we finally reached the 50th edition of tech digest with CornerTech and Marketing, which is awesome.
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📰 This week’s reads
With all the recent news around ChatGPT, Microsoft and Google are announcing their own rival AI engines. But Google mentions they have one crucial thing over ChatGPT with Bard 💬. Read more here.
In classic Elon Musk fashion, he has recently fired a top engineer around concerns that his reach on Twitter has been reduced. Read here.
So do we need a 4th traffic light for self-driving cars? Read more about it here.
An interesting read about how Redditors broke ChatGPT to give answers it doesn’t want to share. Read more here.
Startup of the week: I love this idea! The so-called ‘Shopify for APIs,’ which basically, you’re able to sell your API access to other companies so you can build a monetization model on top of your API. Read more here.
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