Month of Nov 2023
GPTs and Gratefulness
//Generated with ChatGPT using Dall-E3 through a series of prompts thinking about the intersection of human and AI creativity
Theme of the Month - GPTs and Gratefulness
The questions that led me to the posts for Nov 2023 were:
What do I want to do in the next 3 years?
What AI Risks should we be aware of?
What GPTs will be published via OpenAI’s GPT Store?
GPT AI Agents have been available for people to build and automate for the past 6 months through fine tuning and RAG, but now the interface is much easier for coding and distribution. The GPT Store will provide access to business-specific search interfaces and handle rev share payments to new opportunities. Now’s the time to start tinkering!
This was a pretty AI-filled month with no shortage of drama. I’m earnestly working towards my 40-under-40 list and recording more videos for AI-themed workshops. The end of year is always a great time for me to reflect and work on my side projects.
The blogposts I’ve published this month were:
30 AI Risks - There’s so many things to worry about when AI gets fully connected. All hail the General and Specialized Intelligences coordinating and ruling the world.
30 Ideas for GPTs - I decided to build a few GPTs and consider what it would look like if I rolled out a suite of GPTs together around digital legacy and productivity.
Some ideas for Dec 2023? I’ll keep building more GPTs, writing the overdue book, and write the monthly AI post. Pushed some of the other ideas to next year. I’m also writing a Generative AI 3-hour Udemy course so that’s taking up more time.
“Our Life in Lists of 30” Book - I really need to publish this second book. I already wrote so much, but I want to complete this stage of my life so I can move forward to “Her Life in Lists of 30” and eventually “Their Life in Lists of 30” (maybe one about Clembot living another chapter?)
30 Human stages of GPT - This was a fun one to write. Recap of different GPT features and then going into humanizing how a GPT would feel through their teenage, adult, and retirement years.
Reflecting on 2023 - Standard recap I do in the last week of the year. Older year-end reviews are on seelemons.
Thank you for reading and I hope everyone stays safe!
Please suggest a list of 30 and I’ll write it! I’ve written 250+ lists of 30 and only publish ones that I think other people would enjoy. It’s my fun brainstorming routine.