Thursday, May 18, 2023
Friday, May 05, 2023
Number of objects launched into space in 2022 🚀:— World of Statistics (@stats_feed) May 5, 2023
🇺🇸 USA: 1,796
🇨🇳 China: 131
🇬🇧 UK: 71
🇷🇺 Russia: 47
🇳🇿 New Zealand: 11
🇮🇹 Italy: 9
🇪🇸 Spain: 9
🇱🇺 Luxembourg: 9
🇺🇾 Uruguay: 9
🇫🇷 France: 8
🇰🇷 South Korea: 8
🇨🇦 Canada: 7
🇮🇳 India: 6
🇯🇵 Japan: 5
🇫🇮 Finland: 4
🇨🇱 Chile: 3
Tuesday, April 11, 2023
Thanks to @AhmedRezaT who invited me to a meeting of AI people in Silicon Valley tonight. First Muslim AI meeting in Silicon Valley that I know of.— Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) April 11, 2023
Interesting networking of people working on a bunch of things from autonomous vehicles to new kinds of advertising.
My mom was… pic.twitter.com/1y7dHNZCzA
Ahmed. Can I profile you for my tech blog? All questions can be answered over email.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 11, 2023
Sunday, April 09, 2023
Storytelling is a money-printing skill.— Parker Worth ⚡️ (@worth_parker) April 9, 2023
But it takes a lot of time to write and read.
Here are 10 podcasts that'll help you learn fast (don't miss out):
Interesting point, but an example might make it clearer. Can you think of a prominent person who's currently wasting his talents in software when he could be working on manufacturing and heavy industries?— Paul Graham (@paulg) April 9, 2023
Muslims can have fun too. Why are these guys stirring the pot? https://t.co/KirGrAhvgl— Hussein Kanji (@hkanji) April 9, 2023
100 million people use ChatGPT.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
Fewer than 1% understand it.
A mega thread to get you up to speed:
2000 - MIT’s Cynthia Breazeal @cynthiabreazeal develops Kismet, a robot that can recognize and simulate emotions. pic.twitter.com/HlZQL0STPI— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
Artificial intelligence can make adults nervous, but experts say exploring it as a family is the best way to understand its pros and cons: https://t.co/QpdG5TZnfH— mitRAISE (@MitRaise) March 22, 2023
Today’s generative AI models require thousands of GPUs to run.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
In fact, OpenAI used 10,000 Nvidia GPUs to train ChatGPT.https://t.co/Z9hn3rXnZY
2015 - OpenAI is founded as a nonprofit by Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Reid Hoffman, Jessica Livingston, & others.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
Their mission is to spend $1 billion to keep humanity safe from evil AI.
Musk later pulls out of the deal and OpenAI takes on corporate backers.https://t.co/nMNuN5DSUe
2018 - LLMs (Large Language Models) emerge.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
LLMs are a type of AI system that's been trained on enormous amounts of text data.
They can understand natural language and produce human-like responses to inputs. pic.twitter.com/C8VYBQU0hl
The key term here is Emerge. Two new disciplines: (1) Emergent Behavior and (2) Prompt Engineering.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 9, 2023
2018 - OpenAI introduces GPT— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
(Generative Pre-trained Transformer).
This becomes one of the most significant breakthroughs in natural language processing. pic.twitter.com/uYtmAyue0r
November 30, 2022 - OpenAI launches ChatGPT a chatbot.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
It is built on top of GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 large language models. pic.twitter.com/K6DMYdmQ17
ChatGPT generates human-like text based on prompts from users.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
It predicts the next word in a given text, based on the patterns it has learned from a massive amount of data during its training process. pic.twitter.com/15e9CXUKLY
When you prompt ChatGPT it uses ‘transformer architecture’ to respond.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
This is a deep learning technique that works through terabytes of data containing billions of words to create an answer. pic.twitter.com/CxRS1MsmTJ
December 4, 2022 - ChatGPT reaches 1 million users.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
January 2023 - ChatGPT reaches 100 million active monthly users.
It is the "fastest-growing consumer application in history." pic.twitter.com/khHsNwkbWn
You project to the next 50 years.......— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 9, 2023
For a deep dive into how ChatGPT works read this blog post from Stephen Wolfram:— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 9, 2023
AI is going to transform education, even if AI technology does not improve further— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) April 9, 2023
But I think education may be able to adapt to AI far more effectively than other industries & in ways that will improve both student learning and the lives of instructors https://t.co/prg1eJiFyQ
Congratulations to Australia’s Michelle Lee for being the 1st woman to row solo unassisted with no stoppages across the Pacific Ocean - 237 days, 14,000 kilometres, 5 hurricanes and 4 cyclones. A true legend. pic.twitter.com/6J0vKky1Iq— Anthony Sider (@BudgetDude) April 9, 2023
#SundayMorning #coffee check in! What’s in your mug this morning? ☕️🤔 pic.twitter.com/vGJ6KzfNwZ— Melissa Stewart (@MelissaOnline) April 9, 2023
I watched a movie last night with Jonah Hill called "You People". In it, was the best explanation I've heard of how white people are perceived by non-whites and why. It's a touchy subject of course and uncomfortable to many. I'm glad I watched it though— Rick Elliott 🎸 (@madbaldscotsman) April 9, 2023
I don't know about AI version of social, everything is AI now. But we can talk next generation social. I have something.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 9, 2023
My 3C Framework For Getting Out Of A Rut (After Years Of Testing): pic.twitter.com/2Wa4GQceAs— Dickie Bush 🚢 (@dickiebush) April 8, 2023
Military soldier robots have arrived.— Owen Gregorian (@OwenGregorian) April 9, 2023
Every piece of advice I could think of after 6 years as a creator.— Jay Clouse (@jayclouse) April 9, 2023
1. The difference between big outcomes and small outcomes usually comes down to relationships.
2. Access is easier than you think. The people you think you could never meet or talk to? Chances are you can.
3. Design matters a lot. EVERYTHING is designed and people conflate good design with being trustworthy.— Jay Clouse (@jayclouse) April 9, 2023
4. Distribution matters as much as (or more than) the product.
5. Distribution alone can't save a BAD product (over the long term).
6. Selling is the most important skill you can learn.— Jay Clouse (@jayclouse) April 9, 2023
7. Storytelling is the key to selling.
8. People buy from whom they know, like, and trust. We need to know you to like you, and we need to like you to trust you. We need trust you to buy from you.
9. Balance your ambition with patience.— Jay Clouse (@jayclouse) April 9, 2023
10. It's easier to sell to people with money. And it's easier to help people who don't *really* need your help.
11. Being resilient can make up for just about any deficit.
12. Writing is at the core of ALL creative work. Get good at it.
View That Chamath Palihapitiya Is the Next Buffett Dented by Interest Rates https://t.co/xDTS3VC4Dk— Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA (@brianlaungaoaeh) April 9, 2023
Pope Francis appeared to ask Russians to seek the truth about their country’s invasion of Ukraine in his Easter message to the world— Mikhail Khodorkovsky (@mbk_center) April 9, 2023
“Help the beloved Ukrainian people on their journey towards peace, and shed the light of Easter upon the people of Russia.”https://t.co/w4UgeKk69X
reversing this takes years of controlling your environment, stimuli, and self-talk— Maggie (@MagNorris) April 9, 2023
there is nothing wrong with sitting and thinking silently
the world would be a better place if children had space to explore their fascinations independently, at their own pace
think slow https://t.co/Qef3f54EG8
Uber's CEO became an undercover boss in a used Tesla and was surprised by how rude some riders can be https://t.co/nsXhQtPeen— Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA (@brianlaungaoaeh) April 9, 2023
Mother's day is coming soon and you're looking for a gift for your dog mom 🐕 This T-shirt is a "pawfect" gift for her 💖— Pawsionate (@pawsionatecom) April 5, 2023
Customize yours now 👇👇👇#pawsionate #personalizedgifts #doglovers #dogmom #dogparents
Network effects compound exponentially!— Alok Tayi (@aloktayi) April 9, 2023
Friday, April 07, 2023
5/8/23 Update: Goshen (NY) puts Third World corruption to shame, thanks to greedy, corrupt, unethical lawyers like Andra Dumais. ..... I toppled a Third World dictator and German Radio called me Robin Hood On The Internet. I am not going to get intimidated by some small-town racist. Andrea Dumais is a small-town racist. ....... You are treating me worse than the people 2,000 years ago.
Tuesday, April 04, 2023
China is a country that has done the most economically for the most number of people in the shortest amount of time..... If you look at the new generation, they are open-minded on a whole range of issues, so much more than their parents. They care about animal rights, worker rights, social inequity. That shift gives us hope that China will progress.
My oped in the NYThttps://t.co/eGSakFfdYb— Keyu Jin (@KeyuJin) October 28, 2022
Up and getting very good readership now.https://t.co/sf6SiNuSHi— Keyu Jin (@KeyuJin) August 24, 2022
Harvard discussion of China's Economic Rise https://t.co/JJBRiEkKL0— Keyu Jin (@KeyuJin) February 21, 2022
My Oped in the FT— Keyu Jin (@KeyuJin) January 3, 2019
The trade war with America is a strategic gift for China https://t.co/Sm4ZlyVBbT via @financialtimes
CHATGPT is the Swiss army knife for your creative workhttps://t.co/6AzEEn41O9— Mukund Mohan (@mukund) April 4, 2023
Keyu Jin, a professor at the London School of Economics and a board member at Credit Suisse, is trying to rework the foundation of what she sees as the West’s deeply flawed understanding of China’s economy, its economic ambitions https://t.co/jOvF31Qa4X— NYT Magazine (@NYTmag) March 29, 2023
How China Is Fighting the Chip War With America During his speech to the party congress, Xi Jinping, who was granted his third term as the top leader of the country, mentioned “technology” 40 times, promised to “win the battle in key core technologies” and emphasized innovation and technological self-sufficiency......... Competition and conflict with the United States have led to the rise of techno-nationalism in China. President Donald Trump’s sanctions on Chinese tech corporations such as Huawei fueled the first wave of techno-nationalism in the country. President Biden’s export controls and addition of other Chinese companies to a list of sanctioned entities has renewed Chinese determination to close the gap in its technological prowess with America. ......... And for the first time, the Communist Party congress has added a category to its top priorities: “ke jiao xing guo,” which means a great power underpinned by technology, science and education. Science and technology are now at the core of China’s development, and self-reliance has become a national imperative. ........... A day after Mr. Biden’s export controls, the local government of Shenzhen, China’s prominent technology hub, hammered out an ambitious plan to accelerate breakthroughs of its semiconductors industry, supported by a gamut of detailed financial incentives, preferential tax policies, research and development subsidies and talent programs for enterprises in the entire ecosystem. .......... Thirty percent of the revenue of American semiconductor companies comes from sales to China, which imported more than $400 billion worth of chips in 2021. China will have to rely on domestic chip producers now, which are expected to meet about 70 percent of its market demand by 2025. .......... To meet this challenge, China is turning to its strongest form of techno-nationalism, the juguo tizhi, or “whole of the nation” approach, whereby all national resources are mobilized to achieve a strategic objective. It was used in the past to reap Olympic gold medals but is now also designated for core technologies like quantum information and biotech. .......... China invested as much as $11 billion in quantum computing between 2009 and 2011, compared with $3 billion by the United States. The government-led Big Fund in semiconductors has channeled almost a trillion renminbi (around $137 billion at current exchange rates) of private and public funding into the industry. .......... Even the central bank has introduced special low-interest loans on the order of 200 billion renminbi (almost $30 billion) for high-tech firms. Hundreds of national labs, which carry out the most advanced research, are being rolled out to boost basic research. More are sure to come amid a technology war. .......... While the state will continue to play the key role of mobilizing large amounts of funding for long, complex and uncertain investments, it will be left to the market and enterprises to determine what technologies are made, how to make them and where the resources flow. ......... Provincial governments, such as in Shenzhen, make sure that no barriers are too great for promising entrepreneurs: pushing regulators for a fast track to I.P.O., state financing and even jobs for their spouses. But setting limits to their involvement — such as caps on the equity stake they can take or the extent of financial subsidy — is aimed at reducing waste, corruption and overlaps. ........... Behind the mastery of critical technologies are markets, money and talent. Chinese markets are ready for a big innovation drive: Consumers are more sophisticated and demand higher quality. Only companies with better technologies can win. ............. Economic maturation means that low-hanging fruit has been plucked and financial resources will flow to more uncertain areas with higher returns. It is no coincidence that
last year domestic revenues in China’s semiconductor industry surpassed $157 billion, with 19 of the 20 fastest-growing semiconductor companies globally being Chinese......... Last year, the industry that saw the largest surge in wages was semiconductors. Basic research, the bedrock of cutting-edge technologies, is notably lagging. And China is rapidly increasing the state budget for science. ........ the juguo system leverages public and private power unlike anything else in the world .......... Techno-nationalism may speed up the rate of convergence, but it is unlikely to close the distance with a fast-moving train. Core technologies take time to develop — years of cumulative learning and knowledge. ....... China has a motto of “taking over on the bend,” which means surpassing in areas where others have no latent advantage. Germans excel in manufacturing traditional cars, but China has made a significant push in the development for electric vehicles, renewable energy and new materials. It is simultaneously betting on new directions for semiconductors. Advanced packaging techniques make chips with low-end processing nodes perform like high-end ones. Chip materials like silicon may be swapped for new-generation ones........... China wants to become a bigger, smarter Germany, one with industrial capacity, leveraging artificial intelligence, next-generation communications and robotics. ........ not only a race for technological supremacy but also the ultimate competition between two radically different systems.
Is Y Combinator too software-focused? And missing out on 10 large technologies moving in parallel right now? Are the ambitions too small? Does not new tech allow for the tackling of large problems?— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 4, 2023
AI is my higher power from today on.— Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) April 4, 2023
I was just talking to someone who is running an alcoholic recovery program.
GPT-4 answered every question we put to it better than I've heard in any AA meeting.
AI will save many people's lives who are struggling with addiction.
straing daze theze r— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 4, 2023
"We shouldn’t expect AI to make the impossible possible, instead we should expect it to do fathomable things at unfathomable speed and scale. The fear of an alien species is misplaced. We should be afraid of what our own species will do when equipped with AI tools." amen.…— sam lessin 🏴☠️ (@lessin) April 4, 2023
just me & the besties who i love and am obsessed w pic.twitter.com/rVIADIc3oT— zehra ✨ (@zehranaqvi_) April 4, 2023
Monday, April 03, 2023
3D Printing Promises to Transform Architecture—and Create Forms That Blow Today’s Buildings Out of the Water . In the 1880s, adoption of the steel frame changed architecture forever. Steel allowed architects to design taller buildings with larger windows, giving rise to the skyscrapers that define city skylines today. .......... “large-scale additive manufacturing.” Not since the adoption of the steel frame has there been a development with as much potential to transform the way buildings are conceived and constructed. ........... a future in which buildings are built entirely from recycled materials or materials sourced on-site, with forms inspired by the geometries of nature. ........... Clay is an intriguing alternative because it can be harvested on-site— ........ But plastics and polymers could have the broadest application. These materials are incredibly versatile, and they can be formulated in ways that meet a wide range of specific structural and aesthetic requirements. They can also be produced from recycled and organically derived materials. .......... Even common materials like concrete and plastics benefit from being 3D-printed, since there’s no need for additional formwork or molds. ........... Since there is no need for tooling, forms or dies, large-scale additive manufacturing allows each part to be unique, with no time penalty for added complexity or customization. ............ Another interesting feature of large-scale additive manufacturing is the capability to produce complex components with internal voids. This may one day allow for walls to be printed with conduit or ductwork already in place. .
You can get much better results out of ChatGPT by forcing it to go through a step-by-step process.— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) April 3, 2023
An example: ChatGPT is generally really bad at creating interesting puzzles and scenarios to solve, either making things too easy or impossible. But step-by-step approaches work.… pic.twitter.com/BwjbBpVIWw
@elonmusk and @PeterDiamandis walk into a bar. They ask for donuts.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 3, 2023
Success is measured in the macro but achieved in the micro.— Eric Spofford (@ericspofford_) April 3, 2023
It really is about your habits and routines in the day to day.
I just arrived in NYC after flying in from Florida. City seems packed with lots of security. They must be excited to have me here. pic.twitter.com/6IZg95pMGU— Admiral James Stavridis, USN, Ret. (@stavridisj) April 3, 2023
Don't follow me. Don’t like or share my posts.— Marc Randolph (@mbrandolph) April 3, 2023
Or at least, not until you hear my story.
It all started innocently enough. In early 2019, in preparation for my book launch, I leapt into the social media game, first with the softer stuff, like Facebook and LinkedIn, but soon… pic.twitter.com/L6fDuyHGbu
Do you trust Twitter enough with the tweets? Would you trust a Twitter bank?— Mukund Mohan (@mukund) April 3, 2023
I guess $8 a month will get you a checking account.
Most people don’t trust their local bank after the recent banking crisis.
Maybe it’s a good opportunity @elonmusk wants a bank
Introducing Pitch League - a free AI pitch-deck coach 🚀— Alex Macdonald (@alexfmac) April 3, 2023
We're removed the password restriction and you can now submit your deck.
- Constructive feedback
- Scoring across 4 categories
- Compare your startup to others in the leaderboardhttps://t.co/oXLYlwnGKY pic.twitter.com/XJ6cK8Bk4f
If our only goal were to make education NOT boring, we would probably solve 80% of the issue.— Peter H. Diamandis, MD (@PeterDiamandis) April 3, 2023
There's nothing like starting a startup to give you startup ideas. You discover all kinds of needs you didn't know existed. So when I talk to founders who want to change direction, the first thing I ask is: what new problems did you notice while trying to solve the old one?— Paul Graham (@paulg) April 3, 2023
If you're wondering if you can be super successful in Silicon Valley and still be a nice person, listen to Carolynn and me chat with @garrytan on this episode of the Social Radars. https://t.co/Rvpmr3WSr8 pic.twitter.com/xrKWa5tKsc— Jessica Livingston (@jesslivingston) April 3, 2023
We will be serving agri-inputs to about 10 lakhs farmers in UP in next few months.— Ruchit G Garg (@ruchitgarg) April 3, 2023
If you are manufacturer of seeds/ pesticides/ insecticides in India looking for growth in UP, please DM.
My daughter and I went to the Botanical Gardens Saturday and walled around for a few hours. It was nice to see how many people were our enjoying the gardens. Spring is upon us! pic.twitter.com/VGkv14zyMz— Jason Nunnelley (@jnun) April 3, 2023
i turn 40 this year, and i feel rejuvenated thanks to AI.— Siqi Chen (@blader) April 3, 2023
i've been in tech for almost 20 years, and i haven't had this much fun hacking on things since the facebook platform first came out in 2007.
and this time it's bigger. way bigger.
I enter YouTube;— 𝑨𝒓𝒕𝒊𝒇𝒊𝒄𝒊𝒂𝒍 𝑮𝒖𝒚 (@artificialguybr) April 3, 2023
AI, AI, AI, CHATGPT, GPT-4.
I enter Instagram:
AI, AI, AI, CHATGPT, GPT-4.
I enter news websites:
AI, AI, AI, CHATGPT, GPT-4.
I enter Twitter:
AI, AI, AI, CHATGPT, GPT-4.
I enter Discord:
AI, AI, AI, CHATGPT, GPT-4.
Everyone is talking about this.
It seems to be closed now. There are Yelp and Foursquare listings with a few photos, but they don’t capture the place. I wish I’d taken some! https://t.co/g0rWo51afz— Harry McCracken 🇺🇦 (@harrymccracken) April 3, 2023
Congress today is older than it's ever been. https://t.co/BV7FL44buK pic.twitter.com/hkTPGTPjzC— FiveThirtyEight (@FiveThirtyEight) April 3, 2023
"Sam Shepard used to tell me, ‘If there’s a wall in front of you, kick it down.’ So I did." https://t.co/lv7zSeSq5y— Harvard Business Review (@HarvardBiz) April 3, 2023
Interestingly, much of your practice at fighting was not in tech but with the hard-left SF political machine. And if you can deal with them, the fighting you'll have to do as head of YC will probably be pretty easy in comparison.— Paul Graham (@paulg) April 3, 2023
Supreme Court Justices shouldn’t be appointed for life. Let’s pass my bill to limit terms to 18 years.— Rep. Ro Khanna (@RepRoKhanna) April 3, 2023
The ideology of white nationalism is now becoming intrinsically linked to Christian nationalism. https://t.co/RioyCMu8DH— The Brookings Institution (@BrookingsInst) April 2, 2023
An art installation created by Paolo Puddu called "Follow the Shape" was installed at Castel Sant'Elmo in Naples, Italy.— Brian Solis (@briansolis) April 3, 2023
It features braille that describes the surrounding area for those who can't see it. pic.twitter.com/7tQTipBV9b
I suspect that the most dangerous AI threat today is folks asking ChatGPT to “give me code for X” and bravely pasting results directly into interpreters vs (say) super-intelligent AI mastermind emailing virus DNA to wet labs.— Max Levchin (@mlevchin) April 2, 2023
I wrote this 4 years ago for @HarvardBiz and am still surprised by how rare double opt-in introductions and forwardable emails are.— Ruchika Tulshyan (@rtulshyan) April 3, 2023
People still expect us to intro to anyone in our network unsolicited and write up a long connector email. It’s a no.https://t.co/GMjx6wV0Ud
This list of eight surprising things about LLMs (like ChatGPT) from computer scientist & AI researcher @sleepinyourhat is worth reading.— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) April 2, 2023
So, too, is the whole paper laying out evidence for some of these startling points. https://t.co/1EgahJ8XRN pic.twitter.com/kf87sIZR78
April 2, 2023
Hiring someone to "figure out sales" early on rarely works.— Michael Houck 💡 (@callmehouck) April 3, 2023
Startup founders need to learn how to sell, period.
Excel can be listed TODAY!— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 3, 2023
Start with me. I just applied to Y Combinator. https://t.co/Alm1FBDxwC— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 3, 2023
via @NYTimes. By the excellent @AndrewKramerNYT https://t.co/C6IkYiZjHX— Steven Erlanger (@StevenErlanger) April 3, 2023
How to turn your bike into an eBike...— Swytch Bike (@SwytchBike) December 24, 2022
The future of big business is small teams.— Noah Kagan (@noahkagan) April 2, 2023
• One person
• No employees
• Everything automated
Solopreneurs are the future.
Impressive. LLMs can self-improve without additional training data, reinforcement learning, or human intervention.— Lior⚡ (@AlphaSignalAI) April 3, 2023
1. Generate an initial output
2. Analyze its own output and provides feedback.
3. Improves its output based on its own feedback.https://t.co/H5B5FRYDOF pic.twitter.com/WNjG1qsXCm
If you could only be on two social platforms, which two would you choose?— Nathan Barry (@nathanbarry) April 3, 2023
This is amazing. We’re about to enter an era of hyper-realistic video games. NeRFs + Unreal Engine will bring a whole new level of realism. I imagine that NeRFs + UE + VR will be the spark that brings the world closer to everyone with virtual tourism too. https://t.co/pdpv4cLxEV— Matt Wolfe (@mreflow) April 3, 2023
Shockingly great advice from Taylor Swift:— Polina M. Pompliano (@polina_marinova) April 3, 2023
"I know a couple who, in the thick of a fight, say 'Hey, same team.' Find a way to defuse the anger that can spiral.
"They don’t give out awards for winning the most fights in your relationship. They give out divorce papers."
'तिमी पेन्सन पकाएर आएको, म छातीमा ढुंगा खाएर लडेको'
An average of 7,200 students dropout of high school each day, totaling 1.3 million each year. This means only 69% of students who start high school finish four years later.— Peter H. Diamandis, MD (@PeterDiamandis) April 4, 2023
I am writing a textbook on prompt engineering. ..... Please place an ad at my blog.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 4, 2023
This is the age of AI.— Misha (@mishadavinci) April 4, 2023
Make sure it's your servant, not your master.
I like to think of AI as an efficient and super educated assistant with lots of patience and 24/7 service.— Kamz (@KamalaAlcantara) April 4, 2023
That is one way to look at it. A great way.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) April 4, 2023
Always use AI first and feel free to override.— Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer) April 4, 2023
That is how I use my Tesla.
Ideas do not build startups.— Michael Houck 💡 (@callmehouck) April 4, 2023
Execution builds startups.
Someone asked me a great question:— Justin Welsh (@thejustinwelsh) April 4, 2023
What would I do if I were building on Twitter from scratch?
• Share 1 tip each morning
• Engage in 3-5 conversations daily
• Share deep insights 1x per week in a thread
Then, do more of what's working.
And less of what isn't.
I wrote a short article about adding 5,000 followers in 90 days.— Justin Welsh (@thejustinwelsh) April 4, 2023
If you're struggling to get traction, read it.
Worst case scenario?
It doesn't work & you try something else.
Best case scenario is you finally get the traction you're looking for:https://t.co/xi6yiSwQbl
5,000 Twitter Followers. 90 Days. 1 Guide.