Your voice search upgrade is here!

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

There’s a fun new way to get answers to your questions that feels like having a helpful friend on call or, dare we say it, calling the internet!

Here’s what we have for you today:

  • 🗣️ Your voice search upgrade is here!

  • ⚖️ FCC takes first-of-its-kind action against AI misuse!

  • ❌ How to get rid of AI Overviews in Google Search.

  • 🚨 Five ways criminals use AI.

  • 🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Draft a Press Release

🗣️ Your Voice Search Upgrade is Here!

Remember how in the game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” you have the option to call a friend when you’re trying to find the answer to a question?

A new feature by The Browser Company works just like that!

It's called “Call Arc,” and with it, instead of using the regular voice search, you can simply open the Arc Search app, hold your phone to your ear, and ask away!

For example, if you’re in the middle of making dinner and you have a burning question like, “How long should I cook spaghetti for?” you can ask the app, and it will give you an instant voice response.

And while you listen, you'll see a cute animated smiley face on the screen with a moving mouth. Pretty cool, right?

The company says Call Arc is a new take on voice search that delivers answers faster than typing.

We’re loving the idea already! It will come in handy when you need to search for info on the go without needing to look at your phone screen.

Would you try it out? You can do so on the app here!

⚖️ FCC Takes First-of-its-kind Action Against AI Misuse!

Do you know about that AI-cloned voice of President Joe Biden that caused some serious trouble during New Hampshire's primary election? We doubt anyone missed it; it was all over the internet!

The person responsible for it just caught a hefty fine from the FCC.

Steve Kramer, a longtime Democratic operator who had been working for Democratic presidential candidate Dean Phillips’ campaign, admitted to being the mastermind behind the fake call.

And now, he has to pay the FCC a whopping $6 million fine!

Kramer also faces criminal penalties in New Hampshire, 13 felony counts of voter suppression, and 13 misdemeanor counts of impersonation of a candidate.

But Kramer isn’t alone in this hot water, though.

Lingo Telecom, the company that facilitated the calls, will also pay a $2 million fine for not adhering to the “know your customer” principles regarding the calls.

PS: There was no evidence that the candidate Dean Phillips, whom Kramer worked for, was involved in or aware of his scheme, so he was left out of the fines.

Read the full story here.

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🤖 ChatGPT Prompt Of The Day: Draft a Press Release

Drafting a well-written and timely press release in a crisis is crucial.

It helps with the effective management of the narrative, addresses concerns, demonstrates transparency, controls rumors, and maintains trust and credibility.

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

Imagine you're a public relations representative dealing with a company crisis (explain the issue) . Draft a press release that acknowledges the issue, explains what actions your company is taking, and reassures the public.

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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