Febuary 13, 2024 🧠 Built by ex Apple

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Apple’s Photoshop killer

Apple teamed up with researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara (Go gauchos!) to create a new AI model called MGIE (MLLM-Guided Image Editing).

The model can edit images — think of the stuff you do in Photoshop, but with plain English prompts. It can crop, resize, rotate, brighten, sharpen, remove objects, and so on, plus edit specific parts of your image, like changing the shape, size, and texture of items.

Perhaps the most interesting or “revolutionary” thing about the model is that it derives expressive instruction from your prompt.

Imagine using a phrase to ask AI to edit your photo for you. It might look something like this: “Make the sky more blue.” But MGIE can produce instructions like this: “Increase the saturation of the sky region by 20%,” explains Michael Nuñez for VentureBeat.


Love is in the air

It’s that time of year again, Valentine’s Day, or if you haven’t found your special someone yet — Single People Awareness Day. It’s a time usually filled with romance, flowers, chocolate, and heartfelt messages.

AI is aiding that last part. According to McAfee, more people are using AI to write heartfelt messages to their loved ones or hopeful loved ones. It’s men who are especially down bad this year, with over 50% of men surveyed saying they used AI to write their Valentine’s message.


Apple vs Apple

In a month where the tech world has been dominated by the spectacle of the Apple Vision Pro, another company has dropped its name in the smart glasses ring, and you have probably never heard of it.

Led by a former Apple executive and funded by Niantic, the company behind Pokémon GO, Brilliant Labs is a Singapore-based company that just launched Frame. A pair of lightweight, AR-powered spectacles that look surprisingly “normal” for a smart wearable.

Rocking a fairly Beatles, 60s-era style aesthetic, Frame Glasses are powered by OpenAI’s Whisper and Perplexity and exist to provide AI analysis, translation, and live web search right before your eyes. 


Interior AI lets you redesign different rooms of your home in minutes.

Taipy 3.0 lets you build data and AI apps in Python.

Capitol AI is a new all-in-one storytelling tool for content creation and remixing.

HeyDey gives executive coaches an AI copilot to search and transform their notes and convos into shareable content.

Figr AI is a text-to-product tool that generates mood boards, wireframes, and code with a prompt.

Context lets you test LLM prompts & models side-by-side against many inputs.

Underpay uses AI to notify you of price drops for the products you want. 

Coze lets you build AI-powered bots without writing any code. 


Written by Aaron O’Leary with Sarah Wright.

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