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📝 Writing resumes is Indeed painful

PLUS: You can now edit DALL-E images after they have been created

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Indeed is helping people use AI to write their resumes, OpenAI is giving DALL-E users the ability to edit images after they have been created, and the US and UK are working on a joint project to ensure the safe creation of AI…

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  • 📝 Writing resumes is Indeed painful

  • 🎨 DALL-E editing

  • US 🤝 UK

  • 🤑 AI Fundraising News

  • 🗞️ AI Quick-Bytes

  • 🐦 Tweet Post of the Day

Job losses due to AI are becoming a serious threat. 

  • According to a recent report from ResumeBuilder, 37% of businesses reported that AI tech replaced workers in 2023.

  • Plus, how can we forget Klarna's salesbot, which managed 2.3 million conversations, accounting for two-thirds of Klarna's customer service chats? Btw, that is equivalent to the work of 700 full-time agents.

To help workers fight fire with fire, Indeed is introducing a suite of AI-powered features to enhance user profiles to help them find jobs. These new features include:

  • An AI writer to help craft detailed work experience descriptions that highlight your professional achievements.

  • The ability to create up to five different resumes tailored for specific roles, moving away from the one-size-fits-all approach.

  • Your Indeed profile will now be more visibility to recruiters by default.

These enhancements not only benefit applicants but also companies:

  • Talent acquisition teams now have AI-powered candidate summaries to streamline sourcing.

  • Plus, Indeed offers automated messaging and interview scheduling.

As Deepti Patibandla, Indeed's Senior Director of Product, states, "We want to make the hiring process easier.” With AI taking on the heavy lifting, this goal is becoming more attainable for everyone involved.

Read more: TechCrunch

If you're a fan of AI art, this could be exciting news.

OpenAI is enhancing its generative imaging capabilities by introducing an editor interface, allowing users to edit DALL-E creations continually.

The new editing tool is simple: Highlight areas of your DALL-E creation and use text prompts to add, remove, or enhance elements in your content.

OpenAI has also updated the chat sidebar to facilitate overall adjustments, again, through natural language prompts.

This update comes as the enthusiasm for GenAI image creators like DALL-E, Midjourney, and Google's Gemini model continues to rise.

As AI artistry becomes more prevalent - from search results to Hollywood movies - the ability to meticulously refine these digital works seems like a significant step forward.

Read more: Mashable


In an unprecedented team-up, the US and the UK have partnered to test and evaluate the safety of cutting-edge GenAI.

With chatbots like Claude and image generators like DALL-E rapidly evolving, governments aren't taking any chances. They believe a new breed of "game-changing" models could emerge within the next year, making rigorous safety checks an urgent priority.

Under this first-of-its-kind bilateral AI accord, the US and the UK will develop comprehensive testing suites to scrutinize the risks posed by these burgeoning technologies. 

Think intense stress tests, probing every potential pitfall from national security threats to societal impacts.

In the spirit of allied cooperation, the countries will swap technical know-how, data, and even personnel as they put these pioneering AI models through their paces. 

Their first goal? To conduct a joint public trial run, evaluating an openly accessible model's performance.

Read more: Engadget

🤑 AI Fundraising News

  • Read AI raises $21M in funding to bring connected intelligence to meetings, email, and messaging.

  • Hailo raises $120M in extended Series C funding to expand its operations and develop specialized AI processors for edge devices.

🗞️ AI Quick-Bytes

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🐦 Tweet Post of the Day

Another autonomous software engineering agent is making the rounds on Twitter… Devin already has competition 💪 

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