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Issue #16

Prompts for award winning nominations

It’s award season so we thought we’d put together some prompts that you can use to help you write the case studies you submit as nominations more quickly.

  • All in one

    Act as a senior copywriter with more than 10 years of experience. You are well known for the case studies and award nominations you write. Based on the instructions I will give you, write me a case study for: Company: Problem: Approach: Outcome:

    Instructions: [paste the given instructions, including the requesting format]

    This is very important for my job, so please make sure that’s your final answer

  • Tittle generator

    Act as a senior copywriter with more than 10 years of experience. You are well known for the unique titles you give to case studies. Write 5 unique titles for the case study I’m writing. [If needed, add “Follow this title format & insert the format you have to follow”].

    [paste text]

  • Proofreading

    Act as a senior copywriter with more than 10 years of experience. You are well known for the case studies and award nominations you write. Check the following text for grammatical errors, punctuation, spelling, and formatting inconsistencies. If there are such errors, correct them and explain to me the corrections you made.

    [paste text]

    Write your answer and give me a confidence score between 0-10 for your answer. 

OpenAI & Superalignment

ast Wednesday (05.07.23), OpenAI announced that it plans to launch a new division within the company, which will deal exclusively with superalignment, i.e. alignment between AI models and human targets. The reason for this decision? He believes that “superintelligent” AI systems will be achieved within the next decade.

  • The team has a four-year plan on how to master these AI systems.
  • The main strategy is:
    • to use feedback from humans to train AI
    • train an AI model to control other AI systems
    • the creation of an AI to investigate how AI can be controlled

We see the cycle being created and so does OpenAI, which recognises the risk of AI simply magnifying human biases, but still thinks this approach is worth a try.



AI Insider 📰

  1. Meta published a guide explaining how to rank content on Facebook & Instagram using AI.
  2. Lemonade Insurance, an insurance company that relies on AI for customer service (they leverage an AI chatbot, Maya) released their first brand campaign .
  3. Anthropic officially announced the release of Claude 2. Those with access to the Console will find it there. For the public there is public-facing chat, but it’s only available in the US and UK for now. 
  4. And speaking of Claude, it seems to have a competitor for the largest context window. Researchers claim to have an AI model that can handle 1 billion tokens! Claude currently has 100k tokens.
    Note: Sounds great, but we’ll have to wait to see its applications and whether it doesn’t have problems recalling information in the middle, which is the most common problem.
  5. Music that contains “AI elements” will not be eligible for a Grammy nomination according to Harvey Mason (CEO of the Recording Academy).
  6. 72% of business leaders from the Fortune 500 say they plan to adopt generative AI solutions within the next 3 years.
  7. IPG and McCann are now participating in the Partnership on AI to Benefit People and Society – PAI. This is a non-profit partnership that aims to promote responsible governance and best practices in AI.
  8. In Brazil, well-known fast-food chains are responding to each other with out-of-home ads made with ChatGPT.

Learning Bytes 🧐

  1. AttractionTruth (an AI powered dating app) investigated the impact of AI in the dating world and found that around 20% of men who use dating apps use AI to improve their dating experience. Some interesting findings:

    • 37% of respondents said they have more self-confidence thanks to the help provided by AI.
    • 24% have noticed that their messaging skills have improved.

    However, as AttractionTruth itself states, care is needed in maintaining the balance that needs to be struck between automation and human connection.

  2. We know that sometimes it is difficult to keep up with all the terminologies that exist around AI. Here is a glossary of the most basic ones.
  3. A law has been enacted in New York whereby all companies using AI for the candidate selection process for hiring will be audited. The goal is to make sure the state makes sure that the selection that AI does does not breed biases and racist attitudes.
  4. Searches for AI related jobs are 4x higher than the corresponding searches for crypto during the period when Bitcoin was at its peak.
  5. Stanford developed a training model for AI agents that allows them to learn better. They called it “Curious Play” and it allows learning in changing environments.

Cool Finds 🤯

  1. Tomorrow, Thursday 13.07, the online panel discussion ”The AI-Powered Team will take place on how AI influences the dynamics within a team and work roles.
  2. AI powered chatbot talks on the phone for you!


  1. Replika.ai is an AI tool that allows you to build your own AI companion. The joy of those who study parasocial relationships.
  2. A Research paper on Multi-modal adaptive gated mechanism for visual question answering.
  3. Samsung’s A.I. Moment Is Here, but Is It Ready? 


See you next week! 💚




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