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Adobe releases AI Assistant

Hello, fry friends and AI enthusiasts! Get ready for a mouth-watering blend of tech and taste in today’s newsletter. 😋

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Today’s Menu

Appetizer: Adobe releases AI Assistant 🤖

Entrée: Adobe steals from Midjourney to train “ethical model” 🥷

Dessert: OpenAI makes ChatGPT “more direct, less verbose” 🦾


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Q: Why did the Adobe document go to jail?

A: Because it was a pdf file. 👎

What’s new? Adobe has released an AI Assistant, set to revolutionize how users interact with digital documents.

How does it work? Available through a monthly subscription of $4.99, Adobe’s AI Assistant empowers users to effortlessly comprehend the contents of their digital files. The service is compatible with Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome extensions, enhancing accessibility across various platforms. In addition to a desktop version, Adobe is planning to eventually roll out a free mobile version of the tool, currently in beta, capable of responding to voice commands.

What’s the significance? This new assistant leverages the abilities of AI to enhance document management and accessibility, promising users unparalleled ease in navigating and organizing complex materials and content. From students compiling study guides to professionals deciphering intricate documents, Adobe’s AI assistant is poised to redefine efficiency in document analysis.


Now for the dark side of Adobe … 😶

What’s up? A new report suggests that Adobe’s new Firefly AI image generator used thousands of images from Midjourney, a main competitor in the space, to train its model.

Want the details? Adobe has touted their Firefly image generation model as “commercially safe,” affirming that it was trained on licensed images from the Adobe Stock library. This new Bloomberg report, however, claims that about 5% of the images used to train the model were AI-generated, many of which were generated by Midjourney.

Why does it matter? Adobe’s Firefly has been pushed as an ethical alternative to models trained on questionable, copyrighted training data. However, this new evidence could taint Adobe’s model as an ethical and trustworthy alternative. It also highlights issues surrounding what type of training data is appropriate for image generation models. This debate continues to show how messy the underlying training data regulations currently are, not only in image generation models, but in generative AI models of all kinds.


ChatGPT’s long-winded answers may be coming to an end. 🙌

What’s going on? ChatGPT-4 Turbo, now available for premium users—customers paying for ChatGPT Plus, Team, or Enterprise—has gotten a significant upgrade.

What is the upgrade? Boasting advancements in writing, math, logical reasoning, and coding, this upgraded model promises more concise, conversational, and knowledge-rich interactions. OpenAI also emphasizes that responses generated by ChatGPT with the new GPT-4 Turbo will be more direct and less verbose, aligning better with conversational norms. Not to mention, this update is trained on data up to December 2023, surpassing its predecessor which had an April 2023 cut-off, ensuring users benefit from the latest information. This update coincides with OpenAI's recent API launch, introducing GPT-4 Turbo with Vision, integrating image comprehension capabilities into the text-based model.

“Our new GPT-4 Turbo is now available to paid ChatGPT users. We’ve improved capabilities in writing, math, logical reasoning, and coding … When writing with ChatGPT [with the new GPT-4 Turbo], responses will be more direct, less verbose, and use more conversational language.”

What’s the significance? With advanced LLMs popping up left and right, this ChatGPT-4 Turbo upgrade keeps OpenAI at the forefront of the market. However, these upgrades still seem meager to what might be revealed by GPT-5, whenever it gets released. Sam Altman himself said, regarding GPT-4, “It kind of sucks.”



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