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  • ® OpenAI Applied to Trademark “GPT”

  • 🩺 Dr. Gupta, MD At Your Service

  • 👶 AI Generated Baby Mute Mask

  • 🎼 Artist Grimes Offers Revenue Split for AI Songs

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  • 🖼️  A.I. Generated Image of the Day

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OpenAI Applied to Trademark “GPT”

In December 2022, OpenAI submitted a trademark application for GPT. If you have a product or service related to AI or large language models that includes GPT in its name, you may want to consider changing the name before OpenAI potentially requires you to do so. While some companies register trademarks purely for defensive purposes and do not enforce them, others do.

OpenAI also recently released brand guidelines that specify how GPT should be referenced when naming or describing products. This suggests that they want to protect their brand and may not want other products to include GPT in their name.

Dr. Gupta, MD

Do you remember the pharmaceutical CEO, Martin Shkreli, who became infamous for raising the price of a drug and sparking widespread outrage? Well, due to some legal troubles, he was banned from working in the pharmaceutical industry. However, he has now re-emerged with a new venture - an AI-powered healthcare app called Dr. Gupta (GuPTa…which is a clever play on words).

Shkreli has done an impressive job of explaining why medical costs are so high in the United States and how an AI-powered "doctor" can help address this issue not only in the US, but also around the world. If you're interested, you can check out the app here and watch two YouTube videos below where he dives deeper into the topic.

AI Generated Baby Mute Mask

A new product called "Baby Mute" claims to silence babies during long flights and movie nights by using a mask to cover their mouths and noses and reduce the sound of their cries by 87%. A Canadian comedian, Brad Gosse, promoted the product on his Instagram, leading to widespread backlash from people who called out Gosse for promoting dangerous messaging. However, it turns out the whole thing was fake, and Gosse had orchestrated the stunt as a comedy sketch. Despite having a legitimate-looking website and endorsements from "doctors," the product was AI generated and never actually existed.

With advancements in AI technology, it's now possible to generate incredibly realistic photos and advertisements for non-existent products, so it's essential to be vigilant with your money and do your research before making any purchases.

Artist Grimes Offers Revenue Split for AI Songs

The musician and artist known as Grimes has made an interesting offer to the AI community. She has stated that she is willing to split 50% of the royalties on any successful song that uses her voice and is generated by AI. This offer applies to all artists who collaborate with her, and there are no penalties for using her voice. What makes this even more intriguing is that Grimes has no label or legal obligations, which means that the possibilities for experimentation with AI-generated music are wide open.

Grimes' offer to split royalties on AI-generated music that uses her voice is an intriguing proposition that could open up new possibilities for artists to earn from their name, image, and likeness. However, it's clear that she didn't think it through entirely, as evidenced by a follow-up clarification that she provided.

Ok hate this part but we may do copyright takedowns ONLY for rly rly toxic lyrics w grimes voice: imo you'd rly have to push it for me to wanna take smthn down but I guess plz don't be the worst. as in, try not to exit the current Overton window of lyrical content w regards to sex/violence. Like no baby murder songs plz.

I think I'm Streisand effecting this now but I don't wanna have to issue a takedown and be a hypocrite later. ***That's the only rule. Rly don't like to do a rule but don't wanna be responsible for a Nazi anthem unless it's somehow in jest a la producers I guess.

- wud prefer avoiding political stuff but If it's a small meme with ur friends we prob won't penalize that. Probably just if smthn is viral and anti abortion or smthn like that.

Rly rly don't like adding rules so I apologize but this is the only thing

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100% A.I. Generated Image of the Day

My attempt at fake AI generated baby mute mask fake product idea.

SDXL Prompt - baby wearing mask that blocks mouth so and muffles crying. photorealistic promotional ad

Okay, so I got something cute, but it's not exactly what I was hoping for. But, hey, no biggie! I know you guys are super creative, so I'm throwing down a challenge - head over to this link and see if you can do better. If you come up with something amazing, send it my way in a reply, and I'll pick the best one to feature in our next newsletter. Let's show the world what we're made of, people!

A.I. Meme of the Day

Them: AI will take my job

AI Customer Service Agent:…..

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