Learn about our AI-based document remixing tool featured in our AI Grantwriting course, This feature will be integrated into our in-house AI platform this winter.
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In this article, we share some of the lessons learned from our recent "AI & Library Grantwriting" workshop series, including techniques for adapting writing techniques and some "recipes" for AI-assisted grantwriting.
My first review of the new OpenAI Dall-E v3 image generator tool, including testing for copyright infringement.
Ever heard of "token limits" in the AI world? Here's what that means and a bunch of examples!
Ever thought of AI-assisted book clubs? Dive into how ChatGPT can transform your reading group, from sparking dynamic discussions to decoding challenging vocab. Explore the possibilities and pitfalls of this AI integration in libraries!
Interested in delivering patron programming about AI? From making fun images to serious discussions about misinformation, there is a lot to talk about!
We're forming a volunteer interest group for public library staff interested in collaborating on the development of a shared patron training curriculum about AI and related topics. The curriculum will be released under a Creative Commons license so it's freely re-usable by libraries around the world.
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Banning books is bad. Using inaccurate tools like ChatGPT to justify banning books is bad and shows a spectacular misunderstanding of how these tools work.
There are a lot of companies working on AI-based products and services right now. In our AI workshops for public librarians, we primarily use tools from OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT. But we also stay up-to-date on the other players, including Google.
As of today, we still view OpenAI's GPT-4 as the most useful general AI model, whether proprietary or open source. Lots of AI-based products and services, including our own PLAID training app, are built around OpenAI's models. But Google has recently announced a push to integrate their "Duet AI" into their Google Workspace offerings. These are presumably variations of the beta AI tools that have been in Workspace for a while, and they're intended to compete with Microsoft's Copilot offerings in Office.
In a live demo this week, we tried it out!