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Our default for images of famous people or disaster scenes should soon be “eh, it’s probably AI” (until proven otherwise). And that’s honestly not a bad thing. We need more online skepticism. I wrote more on Pope Coat, MidJourney and AI art here: t.co/dI5qbAIqrm t.co/aeE1wTB4Io
Here are 5 fascinating "historical selfie photos" by Duncan Thomsen (using MidJourney). 1. The Last Supper t.co/aYB9H1OdGf
Makes sense now t.co/MDbyZ479qs
Just launched an AI newsletter. It has gone from 1 to 17 subscribers in the past 8 minutes, making it officially the "world's fastest growing AI newsletter" ™.
ChatGPT hustle bros need to be stopped t.co/5ynCZErwcU
The Anchorman DVD came with an “audition” that Ron Burgundy did at ESPN in 1979. It’s among the best DVD extras ever. t.co/93XlwwYHJe
The writing process, explained t.co/Nx3IZW86xi
Microsoft Teams now has 270m users. Slack has 20m users. Wild chart. t.co/AH6ZnEfDxO
And we’ve come full circle t.co/9gJlNrZjLN
Stephen Wolfram uses a 'walking desk' laptop to maximize productivity. When it is sunny, he will walk around for hours and "type perfectly well" while having "enough peripheral vision" to not trip. You may not like it, but this is what peak performance looks like. t.co/jrQ5BDXbrC