3-in-1: 3 digital news in 1 minute. On Monday. Episode 250
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News 1: ShortlyAI, frontend for a big innovation
ShortlyAI is a tool where The AI can write a post, an article, an essay. One starts with title and first copy, then add some lines to brief the AI and it continues writing from itself. ShortlyAI is based on OpenAI GPT-3 intelligence module. Behind ShortlyAI is one individual, Qasim Munye. Opinion for B2B: Seldom seen something so impressive — the machine does write an article for you. And it is not nonsense. Just tried with the “The Future Of Innovation”, continued with a first chapter… then ShortlyAI / GPT-3 continued.
Amazing results, a proof of how far AI is!
News 2: Assistant for writers, called Writer
Writer is a San-Franmcisco based company that supports copy-writing. It suggests words, makes suggestion if an abbreviation is unknown, push for more logics and above all consistency. Writer company is in a large seed phase of $5m, very promising. Opinion for B2B: We know that at Space and Lemon — it is difficult to align all writers of blog, post and presentation — on how to write e-mail or e-commerce (email or ecommerce). With Writer the company can “put” the main words and abbreviations into the machine, so that all writers can unify.
A great innovation for all who love consistency. We do!
News 3: CopyAI copies ShortlyAI and gets money
Also based on OpenAI’s GPT-3, CopyAI was in the news last month with a financing round of $2.9m. A rather little amount hinting at a rather small market. On CopyAI users can build step-by-step an article. Opinion for B2B: OpenAI ambitions to develop Artificial General Intelligence and had a breakthrough in 2020 with the GPT-3 solution (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3), available on an API (commercial). Helping with writing article and essay is the first large application. CopyAI uses it.
Author is the research team (10 trend scouters) at specialist Space and Lemon (Hamburg, Berlin) — scouting in main tech geographies, in AI development, virtual worlds and e-commerce. Excerpts of research are gathered here in original weekly news since 2016, always with a professional opinion — no re-write of TechCrunch. Research time: April 2021.
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