Today, I created 4 OpenAI custom GPTs that is the beginning of something completely revolutionary. I will never ever look at task the same going forward I will make a determination can I help myself or my company or my others. This is the start of Agent AI’s and I am as convinced of anything I have been in my whole life that this is going to be the biggest thing in tech in 2023!
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He begins by touching on Amazon’s new healthcare service for Prime members, reflecting on automakers’ storage of text and call logs, and the ramifications of European regulations on Apple’s app store and their potential 14.3 billion Euro tax bill.
Todd then delves into the capabilities of creating GPTs, sharing his excitement about the potential for automating tasks and improving productivity. He highlights his experience in creating a support GPT for Blubrry Podcasting and discusses the potential this technology has to change how we approach repetitive tasks.
The podcast shifts gears to a range of subjects including Space Force’s upcoming mission with SpaceX, the reliance of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin on the internet, and the threat of Russian hackers to Ukrainian infrastructure.
Todd shares his intrigue in ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) technology, which could harness renewable energy from the sea, albeit with high initial costs. He then casts a critical eye on the Brave browser’s AI and reports on a major outage at ChatGPT caused by a DDoS attack.
Financial losses in Las Vegas’s Sphere project, IKEA’s entry into the LED light strip market, and Zoom’s new feature that allows sending prerecorded video clips are also discussed. Todd goes on to discuss the Humane AI pin, Spotify’s TV app redesign, and Fitbit’s withdrawal from several markets.
Other topics include Google Play’s tightened rules for app developers, Samsung’s native mobile AI experience, and a tragic incident in South Korea where a man was killed by a robot. Todd also shares updates on Starlink’s license in India, Wozniak’s hospitalization, the Capitol Hill budget battle, and new combined Disney+ and Hulu apps.
He talks about Microsoft’s Co-pilot for Windows 10, NASA’s discovery of new exoplanets, rumors about Apple’s Siri, and Royal Mail’s website security flaw.
- 21:43–Apple’s tax bill
- 23:17–Space Force
- 24:30–What would happen to crypto and Bitcoin without the internet?
- 25:53–Russian hackers disrupted the electrical grid
- 26:21–140-year-old heat tech
- 28:44–Leo AI dodges questions about the 2020 election
- 29:12–Major ChatGPT outage
- 30:00–The Sphere reports a loss
- 30:31–IKEA is taking on Phillips Hue
- 19:40–Apple gets ready for app sideloading
- 32:18–The Humane AI Pin
- 33:25–Spotify’s redesigned TV app
- 33:53–Fitbit ends sales in nearly 30 countries
- 17:29–It’s perfectly legal for cars to harvest data
- EU Parliament approves Data Act
- 35:58–Google Play tightens up rules
- AI’s iPhone App Store
- 37:51–A robot crushes a man to death
- 39:14–Woz in the hospital
- 39:55–Capitol Hill budget battle
- 41:30–A new combined Disney+ and Hulu app
- 42:20–NASA’s exoplanet-hunting telescope
- 43:34–Apple’s AI-powered Siri assistant
- 43:48–Royal Mail website puts users at risk
- 16:04–Amazon expands healthcare
- Omegle shuts down
- 47:55–Amazon Fresh
- YouTube rolled out a For You section