Apple joins OpenAI board

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The partnership between Apple and OpenAI is really taking off; they now have a seat on OpenAI’s nonprofit board.

Here’s what we have for you today:

  • 🤝 Apple Joins OpenAI Board!

  • 💃 Get Ready for Grok 2 and Grok 3!

  • 📲 How Apple adding Google Gemini to iOS will make your iPhone more useful

  • 🖼️ How to use Midjourney to make a logo for your business

  • 🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Develop Compelling pitches

 🤝 Apple Joins OpenAI Board!

Apple has appointed Phil Schiller, its App Store chief and former marketing head, to represent the company on OpenAI's nonprofit board.

Schiller will take on an observer role, which will allow him to attend board meetings but without voting rights.

This move is clearly part of Apple's plan to integrate ChatGPT into iOS and macOS later this year to enhance Siri's capabilities.

And while no money is currently involved, Apple may eventually earn a cut from ChatGPT subscriptions made through its platforms.

But here’s what is really fascinating about all this:

Two tech giants, Microsoft and Apple, now have a seat on OpenAI's board.

Can you picture the intense discussions and potential clashes of interest that might arise? 👀

It's definitely going to be interesting to see how OpenAI navigates this new dynamic!

Exciting times ahead – read the full story here!

💃 Get Ready for Grok 2 and Grok 3!

Elon Musk recently announced that Grok 2 will debut in August, with Grok 3 following by year’s end.

And not just that, but also that Grok 3 will be trained on 100,000 Nvidia H100s!

This exciting news comes on the heels of Cohere CEO Aidan Gomez's video, where he noted that many models are being trained on OpenAI's outputs, but Cohere took a different route.

Musk totally agreed with this and even said that Grok 2 would be "a giant improvement in this regard."

I mean, why wouldn’t he? He seems to be in a never-ending battle with anything OpenAI.

For context, Musk co-founded OpenAI but later departed and introduced Grok on X, which is known for its humorous and lifelike responses.

The latest version, Grok 1.5, launched in March, boasts improved reasoning and a context length of 128,000 tokens.

However, it is less popular than ChatGPT, Gemini, and Claude because it does not have a free version.

Sadly, we don’t think a free version will come anytime soon, given the costs of running LLMs and Musk's focus on increasing X's revenue.

For the full scoop, make sure to read the whole story here!

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🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Develop Compelling pitches

You need compelling pitches to grab the attention of your audience and persuade them to take action.

This will help you win clients, secure partnerships, and attract opportunities that can drive your business forward.

Here's a prompt that can help you with that.

Develop a compelling elevator pitch for {insert the product or service] that grabs the attention of potential buyers and investors.

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This should help streamline your interactions with ChatGPT and get the results you need more efficiently.

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