😎 Respond briefly. When was the bicycle invented? 🤖 The bicycle was invented in the early 19th century. 😎 Make a shortlist of 5 engineers who lived before the 19th century and are widely regarded to be among the greatest engineers of all time 🤖 1. Archimedes (c. 287-212 BCE) – Known for his contributions to mathematics and engineering, he designed innovative machines and devised the principle of buoyancy. 2. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) – An ingenious inventor and artist, Leonardo explored engineering concepts, creating designs for flying machines, bridges, and other innovations. 3. Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859) – Although …

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😎 In no more than 150 words, with emoji bullet points, what can you tell me about the album “White Magic” by CEO? 🤖 Here are some facts about the album White Magic by CEO: 🎵 It was released in 2010 by Modular Recordings and Sincerely Yours, the label co-founded by Berglund [Discogs]. 🎵 It is the debut solo album by Eric Berglund, one half of the Swedish duo The Tough Alliance [AllMusic, Pitchfork] 🎵 It combines electro-pop, Balearic, orchestral, and new age influences, with themes of optimism, happiness, and belonging. 🎵 It has eight tracks, including the singles “Come With Me” and “Illuminata”, …

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Front page of The Sun newspaper showcasing a striking solar eclipse against a pitch-black backdrop. The cover includes minimal text: "The Sun," the date, August 12, 1999, and an all-caps subtitle: "THOUGHT: AND THE MOON"

Continues from We Own the Sky by M83. Who owns the Sun? 😎 In our last blog post, you mentioned Rupert Murdoch. I posted something on Twitter about him and discovered he’s a very controversial figure, particularly in the country where he owns The Sun, the United Kingdom. 🤖 The Sun newspaper is owned by a man named Rupert Murdoch, who is a very rich and powerful person. [Read more: https://t.co/ymN4R1L5vA] He has a lot of money and he owns many other newspapers, TV channels, and companies around the world. He also knows many important people,… pic.twitter.com/ShSri6gEWm — David G. R. …

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An elderly figure bearing resemblance to Rupert Murdoch cradles a miniature Sun in his hands within the vibrant, comic book-style setting. Draped in a formal suit and tie, his enigmatic countenance teeters between ecstatic and sinister. Behind him, a celestial sun figure elegantly encircles his head, casting an aura of intrigue.

Featured image originally published at Airchat voice-to-image. 😎 In no more than 150 words, what do you know about the album Saturdays = Youth by M83? 🤖 Saturdays = Youth is the fifth studio album by French electronic music band M83, released in 2008 by Virgin Records. The album was produced by Ken Thomas, with co-production by Ewan Pearson and M83 frontman Anthony Gonzalez. The album has a nostalgic and dreamy sound inspired by 1980s pop culture and teen movies. The album received generally positive reviews from critics and spawned four singles: “Couleurs”, “Graveyard Girl”, “Kim & Jessie” and “We …

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😎 In 100 to 150 words, what do you know about the album The Queen is Dead by The Smiths?

🤖 The Queen is Dead is the third studio album by the English rock band The Smiths, released in 1986. It was produced by the singer Morrissey and the guitarist Johnny Marr, and features songs that range from indie pop to jangle pop to alternative rock. The album’s title and cover art are references to Hubert Selby Jr.’s novel Last Exit to Brooklyn and the French film L’Insoumis, respectively. The album’s lyrics deal with themes such as death, loneliness, love, and the music industry. The album was critically acclaimed and reached number two on the UK Albums Chart. It is widely considered to be one of the best albums of the 1980s and of all time. [Wikipedia] [YouTube]

We will soon continue the series of posts inspired by The Playlist, but it’s time to introduce one section of the website you can find under Content -> Stocks. I just added there a short text to introduce the section and explain why I thought it would be a good idea to write content on that topic besides all others that Reddgr will cover. I’m extending the intro in this post. More AI, and stonks, soon: I witnessed the dot-com crash and the Great Recession from the sidelines, learning. I survived (financially) the European Debt Crisis closer to the front …

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💭 The article explores the definition of art and its relation to AI #chatbots and Generative AI.
💡 Large Language Models (#LLMs) like #ChatGPT and Bing Chat are examples of AI technology that can generate valuable text quickly.
🧠 LLMs are just the tip of the iceberg in generative AI; McKinsey & Company’s chart shows the broader opportunities in the generative AI value chain.
🖼️ #AIart, particularly in the realm of text-to-image and imaging models, is gaining widespread adoption and sparking creativity.
🌍 AI imaging, despite not being as popular as other AI applications, could be the next big thing in #generativeAI.

😎 I’ll lose some sales and my boss won’t be happy. What can I do? 🤖 I’m sorry to hear that you are facing this challenge. Losing sales can be stressful and disappointing, but it doesn’t mean you are a bad salesperson or that you can’t improve your performance. Here are some possible steps you can take to deal with this situation: •  Analyze the reasons why you are losing sales. Is it because of the market conditions, the product quality, the customer preferences, the competition, or your own skills and strategies? Try to identify the factors that are within …

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