🗿 They Gave ChatGPT Emotions

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ChatGPT Has a Voice Now

Yesterday OpenAI unveiled the next version of ChatGPT, GPT-4o. Good news is it will be free for all users, and it looks very useful. Bad news is we are one step closer to our robot overlords taking over. 

GPT-4o is a digital personal assistant that can engage in spoken conversations. It will also be able to interact using text and “vision,” – it can view screenshots, photos, or documents uploaded by users and have a conversation about them. These features seem great, and not very scary. 

But that’s not all. 

The potentially scary part is that its new voice mode will be able to both interpret and respond with emotion. So emotion and intention will actually be training its responses. Check out the demo below. 

Millions of people across the world are going to be training GPT to read every intonation of human behavior, and utilize that to improve itself. I’m sure that probably won’t come back to haunt us at any point in the future. 

But anyways, no release date set for GPT-4o, although the voice mode is supposed to be available in “the coming weeks” for paid users.

Roaring Kitty is Back

If you’re reading this newsletter you already know what’s going on, but we still had to mention it – GME and AMC are flying again thanks to Roaring Kitty tweeting. Turns out apes together are still strong. Here are a couple highlights for the vibes:

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  • New GPT-4o AI model is faster and free for all users, OpenAI announces (Guardian)

  • Apple Nears Deal With OpenAI to Put ChatGPT on iPhone (Bloomberg)


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  • Coinbase recovers after system-wide outage, but user withdrawals remain offline (CT)

  • Strong start, slowing demand: The first 4 months of US spot bitcoin ETFs (Blockworks)


  • Waymo’s robotaxis under investigation after crashes and traffic mishaps (TechCrunch)

  • Bumble’s billboard ads sneered at celibacy as an alternative to dating (AP)

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