Google’s Gemini just got better!

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Hello and welcome to the Automated, your AI tour guide.

Google just added a groundbreaking feature to Gemini that’ll enable you to change or modify chatbot responses in just a few easy steps!

Here’s what we have for you today:

  • 🆕 Gemini has a new fine-tuning feature!

  • 🚨 Google engineer arrested for stealing AI trade secrets!

  • 👨‍💻 How to Use Claude 3 API.

  • 💼 How to make AI work for you at work.

  • 🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Identify and address potential red flags in your job application.

🆕 Gemini has a New Fine-Tuning Feature!

We all know how frustrating it can be when an AI chatbot gives you the answers you need, but there’s that one part of the response that just didn't quite hit the mark.

Google’s Gemini just came up with a fix for that!

It has a cool new feature that lets you tweak, fine-tune, or modify those ‘not-quite-right’ sections in its responses right there in the chat box.

Here’s how it works:

After generating something in Google Gemini, and you find a part you want to change or modify — just highlight it, look for a little pen icon, click on it, and you'll see four options:

  • “Regenerate” rewrites the selected section

  • Shorter” reduces the number of words

  • “Longer” elaborates on the topic further, and

  • Remove” gets rid of the segment altogether.

The feature is starting in English for now, but we know it’ll expand to other languages soon.

Already planning to try it out? Then find out more about it here!

🚨 Google Engineer Arrested for Stealing AI Trade Secrets!

US tech companies were recently warned about the risk of companies in China stealing AI-related intellectual property.

It’s already happening, folks!

A Google engineer, Linwei Ding, has been arrested for allegedly stealing over 500 confidential files containing AI trade secrets while secretly working for China-based companies.

He did it by copying data from the Google source files into the Apple Notes application on his Google-issued MacBook laptop.

And then converted them from Apple Notes to PDFs to avoid detection by Google’s “data loss prevention systems.”

But here's where it gets even crazier:

A Chinese machine-learning company named Rongshu offered to make him CTO less than a month after he started stealing files!

He even flew to China for five months to raise funds for the company and eventually founded his own machine-learning startup named Zhisuan, all while still working for Google.

Another employee was scanning Ding’s access badge at Google’s US office to make it look like he was still there. Unbelievable, right?

If found guilty, Ding faces ten years in prison and a $250,000 fine on each count.

That’s too bad for him but can you imagine the movie potential here? Netflix needs to jump on this ASAP.

This is definitely something worth reading more about - check it out here!

🧱 Around The AI Block

  • 👨‍💻 How to use Claude 3 API.

  • 💼 How to make AI work for You, at work.

  • ⚖️ OpenAI responds to Elon Musk's lawsuit with email evidence.

  • 😩 Adobe is experiencing AI whiplash.

  • 😃 Google experiments with a tool to enable on-device AI.

  • 😱 Microsoft AI engineer warns FTC about Copilot Designer safety concerns.

  • 🤯 Microsoft invokes VCRs in motion to dismiss The New York Times’ AI lawsuit.

🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Identify and address potential red flags in your job application.

Employers have many candidates to choose from in a competitive job market.

By identifying and addressing potential red flags during the application process, you increase the likelihood of getting hired.

Here’s a ChatGPT prompt that‘ll help with that.

Please suggest ways to incorporate keywords and phrases from the job description I’m targeting into my cover letter to improve my chances of getting hired. Here is my cover letter: “<your cover letter>”. Here is the job description I’m targeting: “<job description>”

We've Compiled a List of Over 100 ChatGPT Power Prompts.

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

Best of all, It's free! Click here to get it now.

That's all we've got for you today.

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