💸 OpenAI Tops $1.6 Bn Yearly Revenue

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You think 2023 was crazy? I would expect much more from 2024.

OpenAI is already making billions in revenue and the AI boom has just started.

Check out today’s menu 👇️ Let’s go!

PS: Happy new year! I wish only the best for all of you in 2024 🫶 

Today, we’ll look at:
  • 🤖 How to Access Copilot on Your Phone

  • 📰 Crazy AI News

  • 🗞️ Other AI News

Before we start, save this list for 2024 if you work in marketing ⚡️ 

🤖 How to Access Copilot on Your Phone

ChatGPT+ is awesome but you have to pay $20 a month to access it.

Instead, you could use Copilot for free on your phone to:

  • Generate awesome images like in Dall-E 3

  • Use “Vision” and upload or take photos to enhance prompts or ask questions about images

  • Access audio options of Copilot by clicking the mic in the app

If you’re reading this from a phone, here are the links:

📰 Crazy AI News

1. 💸 OpenAI tops $1.6 billion in yearly revenue: OpenAI's annual revenue has soared to $1.6 billion, marking a significant increase from $1.3 billion in mid-October, primarily due to the success of ChatGPT. Very short news, but it’s enough for you to understand that AI is going nowhere and it is still worth it building AI companies or working in AI companies.

2 🤑 AI researchers earn up to $865,000 yearly at OpenAI: The AI job market is thriving, with a high demand for talent in machine learning, especially in fields like computer vision, robotics, NLP, biology, and neuroscience. Top companies like Anthropic, Tesla, OpenAI, Google Brain, and Amazon are offering lucrative initial packages for AI researchers. Successful negotiation, leveraging skills and competitive offers, can lead to significant increases in compensation. For instance, an AI research scientist named Joe achieved a 243% raise in total compensation at Google by effectively using offers from other companies and building strong internal relationships.

3. 👁️ AI is better than any human in identifying photo locations: PIGEON, an AI trained on half a million Google Street View images, excels at the location-guessing game GeoGuessr, outperforming influencer Trevor Rainbolt in several rounds. With a remarkable 92% accuracy in country identification and over 90% precision within 25 miles, PIGEON showcases its ability to pinpoint locations, even personal photos, to within blocks or miles. Its success lies in analyzing details like foliage and weather patterns, often overlooked by humans.

🗞️ Other AI News

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