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The Monday AI News Roundup for Writers 3-13-23



Chris Terry

Check back at the start of each week for a roundup of the latest news about the AI wars, a look at new generative AI tools, and insight into how AI writing tools are affecting content careers.

Microsoft Germany's CTO announced that GPT-4 could drop as early as this week.

A recent collaboration between Grammarly and ChatGPT resulted in a new AI writer named GrammarlyGo.

A look at how AI copywriting tools and writing assistants may change the communication industry.

Together is releasing the first open-source ChatGPT alternative called OpenChatKit.

Get ready for ChatGPT to be in your Slack notifications.

Will chatbot search usher in the next era of the internet?

Generative AI is going to change how people find and consume information—but what that means for digital marketing is still unclear.

“It has a terrible sense of humor,” Alan Alda said, after asking ChatGPT to write an original M*A*S*H scene.

Noam Chomsky on the false promise of ChatGPT.

Elon Musk is looking for people to help him create a sizable language model that will be "less constrained and politically correct" than OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

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