Replace GPT-3 by ChatGPT, the API is 10 times cheaper!
March 1st, 2023. This is such an exciting day for the AI enthusiasts! 🥂 OpenAI has officially released the ChatGPT API to all developers (+ access to the Whisper Speech-To-Text API). As you may already know, ChatGPT leverages a language model which is much more effective than GPT-3. It’s based on gpt-3.5-turbo. If you’ve played […]
Calculate how much you’re paying to use the OpenAI GPT API
Most of you might have heard of ChatGPT, the conversational engine built on top of OpenAI’s GPT API. The API was opened to the public in 2022 and is now being used by an increasing amount of web apps abstracting the prompts to serve specific customer needs. If you’re using the OpenAI API on a […]
How to use Generative AI in your daily practice
What do ChatGPT, Dall-E, Midjourney, GPT-3, Stable Diffusion, Nightcafé and Dreamstudio have in common? They’re all examples of Generative AI applications. What is Generative AI? Generative AI, also known as generative models or generative artificial intelligence, is a type of machine learning that is designed to generate new, original content, such as images, text, music, […]
The importance of prompts in your interaction with GPT-3
GPT-3 (Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3) is a language model released by OpenAI on June 11, 2020. Access was originally granted via a waiting list. The API was made generally available in November 2021. Since then, dozens of startups have launched AI-powered writing assistants. The most popular on the market at time of writing (July 2022) are Jasper (formerly Jarvis), Rytr and Copy.ai. The main […]
Great tools to find the perfect brand name for your product or service
A few days ago, I was asked by one of my clients to contribute to an intense brainstorming effort to find the perfect name for a mobility service we’re about to launch. I could compare the endeavour to a high stake scrabble game. If you’ve just dreamed the best idea in the world (or at […]
How can you create an affordable MVP?
These days everyone claims that building new software has never been that easy, that shipping a MVP (Minimum Viable Product), especially via no-code approaches, has never been cheaper. There’s some truth in those claims but also an element of illusion. Let me explain my point. Most basic business needs are now covered It’s not the […]
Which qualifiers can you use to create a brand new domain name?
To begin with, when picking a domain name for your brand, there are 2 questions to answer and two options for each of them. 1° do you want to buy an existing aged (ideally non-dropped) domain with some SEO authority?OR do you want to create a brand new domain? 2° do you want a domain which features one or more […]
How to improve the performance of your WordPress sites?
For simple blogs, you can create them as lightweight static websites. That’s the best way to ensure a stable secure performance. For more sophisticated projects, involving dynamic data queries, my platform of choice remains WordPress. But if you’ve already created WordPress sites, you know how painful it can be to wait a few seconds for a page to […]
Renpho AI Smart Bike Honest Review
I don’t publish product reviews very often but this Renpho AI Smart Bike deserves a short piece on my blog. After trying a few spinning classes in a nearby gym (£15 per session), I decided to purchase a home exercise bike, which would better fit my daily routines. I did not want to spend £2000+ on a […]
Beware Gmail limits when using it for outreach purposes
In a previous article, I told you which stack I’m using for outreach purposes. It includes Mailshake, which is connected to a personal Gmail account for outreach purposes, via the official API. It’s great but you have to be aware of Gmail limits, which can even be stricter than the ones usually advertised. Depending on which article you’ll […]