Microsoft brings Copilot to Telegram

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

We’ve seen Meta AI on Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram, Gemini inside Google Messages, and now, Microsoft is bringing Copilot to Telegram!

Here’s what we have for you today:

  • 💃 Microsoft brings Copilot to Telegram!

  • 🗣️ Ex-board member says why Altman was Fired!

  • 👍 5 free AI playgrounds for you to try in 2024.

  • 👩‍💻 How to use the new Anthropic Claude 3 AI Prompt Store.

  • 🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Train ChatGPT to learn your Style.

 💃 Microsoft Brings Copilot to Telegram!

Microsoft just added an official Copilot bot to Telegram, which means users now have a chat buddy they can ask questions and have conversations with!

For example, the bot can suggest movies to watch, generate a new workout routine, help with coding tasks, translate conversations, and find quick facts on the internet.

But there are a few limitations!

It’s limited to text requests, cannot generate images, and there’s a daily 30-turn limit, which means the user and Copilot can only have 30 back-and-forth exchanges.

Another odd thing is the fact that the bot requires you to share your Telegram phone number with Microsoft before you can start chatting with it.

It's weird because Telegram is known for its strict privacy policies, and we hope it stays that way!

The new Copilot for Telegram is currently in beta and is free for all Telegram users on mobile or desktop.

If you want to try it out, you can do so here, but make sure it’s the one with the checkmark and the username @CopilotOfficialBot.

Click here for more info.

🗣️ Ex-Board Member Says Why Altman Was Fired!

Helen Toner, a former board member of OpenAI, is spilling some juicy details about why Sam Altman was fired as OpenAI’s CEO back on November 17th, 2023.

And let me tell you,​​it's quite the story!

She revealed on the TED AI Show podcast that the board lost trust in Altman when he failed to tell them that he owned the OpenAI Startup Fund.

Another reason was that he gave inaccurate information about the company’s safety processes “on multiple occasions” and didn’t tell them about the launch of ChatGPT— they found out on Twitter!

And again, Altman was accused of creating a toxic work environment!

Toner herself, claims she was personally targeted by the CEO after she published a research paper that angered him.

Two other executives also accused Altman of “psychological abuse,” and provided evidence to the board of Altman “lying and being manipulative in different situations”

So, why did so many employees still support Altman?

Toner claims it’s because employees ​felt they had to choose between ditching the board to support Altman or watching the company crumble.

And that​ they were afraid to go against him after seeing how he retaliated against others, plus A WHOLE LOT MORE!

Get the full gist directly from the podcast here.

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🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Train ChatGPT to learn your Style.

Maintaining a consistent brand voice across all communications is crucial.

Training ChatGPT to adopt your brand’s style ensures that every interaction aligns with your brand identity, reinforcing brand recognition and trust.

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

“Analyze the text below. It’s the text that I have written. Take note of the writing style, my voice, the way I type and my tonality.

Create a prompt to write a new paragraph in the same style, voice and tone.

[Insert your text here]”

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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