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Create Better Messaging With AI’s Help

The best way to simplify messaging is to find the simplest way to explain something.

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Today on Bagel Bots:

  • 🤯 Will OpenAI power Apple’s new AI features?

  • ⚡️ Fresh tech of the day - Astrobot

  • 📰 The latest AI and tech news

  • 🤖 Cool new apps for you to check out

  • 🧠 Today’s Tip: Create Better Messaging With AI’s Help

(Read time: five minutes) - Fun fact: I never change this.

One way or another, it sounds like Apple will use someone else’s AI to power iOS 18. I cannot decide if I find that weird or not. The biggest and best technology company on Earth with endless piles of cash cannot build its own AI?

They reportedly met with Google (and discussions continue) and are now meeting with Open AI. It sounds like someone will power Apple’s next iOS, and it’s not Apple.

How would Steve Jobs feel about that?

Apple Inc. has renewed discussions with OpenAI about using the startup’s technology to power some new features coming to the iPhone later this year, according to people familiar with the matter.

Bloomberg

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Cool Tech: Astrobot

Please take all of this with a grain of salt because this company’s X profile was suspended, and their website does not have much information about the product.

With that being said, check out this awesome in-home robot! Described as “AI-powered. Unparalleled agility, dexterity, and accuracy.”

I will keep saying, “I want the Jetsons to be real!” A robot that cooks and cleans for me? I am all in on that.

🔗 You can check out their website here.

Latest News.

My take: Tom Cruise in Top Gun vs. AI-controlled F-16s, who you got winning that one? The future of war is going to be nuts.

My take: It takes money to make money, right? Trillions will be poured into building AI, and only the top companies will come out the other side and make money from it. Don’t bet against Zuck.

My take: I expect every Fortune 500 company to go as all-in on AI as possible over the next few years. What does this mean for human employees? It’s pretty obvious.

My take: This article says, “There could be "minimal" need for call centers within a year.” Do we think AI will take over that quickly? If it’s better for the customer, I am good with it.

Fresh Apps to Play With

Are you looking to automate your work or life? Every post has five new AI apps for you to try for yourself.

  • 🔗 CleeAI - Say goodbye to endless Googling and hello to instant answers

  • 🔗 watch.ID - Snap a photo to identify any watch instantly, from vintage classics to the latest models

  • 🔗 Octomind - Give a URL, and with the power of AI, they discover, generate, run and auto-fix your e2e tests in Playwright

  • 🔗 PaddleBoat - Perfect your sales pitch with realistic AI roleplays

  • 🔗 BeeDone - Become More Productive with Gamified AI

Check out these AI apps, and let me know what you think. Reply to this email or tweet me directly.

Today’s Tip: Create Better Messaging With AI’s Help

Explaining complex things like concepts and products is not always simple. The best way to simplify messaging is to find the simplest way to explain something. For some, this means figuring out how you would explain something to a fifth grader. In today’s case, you will describe something to a time traveler from the year 1800. Stay with me here.

Here’s your prompt to edit use often:

A man time travels from the year 1800 and arrives in 2024. Explain SEO to him in a way that he could easily understand.

The output is excellent and should help you explain any topic easily (so long as you make the prompt as tight as possible with any information).

Try it for yourself, and let me know how it goes for you!

Imagine you've just stepped into a grand library that houses an endless collection of scrolls, each containing different pieces of knowledge and information. This library is not in any one place but is accessible from anywhere at any time, without moving physically—this is what we call "the internet" in 2024. Each scroll in this library is similar to what we call a "website," a collection of pages that provide information, goods, or services.

Now, imagine you're looking for the best apple pie recipe in this vast library. The challenge is, there are thousands of scrolls and you don’t know where to start. Here, we have something like a librarian, but this one is magical and called a "search engine." When you tell this librarian what you’re searching for, it instantly finds the scrolls that most closely match your request.

Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, is the craft of making your scroll (website) easy for the librarian (search engine) to find and likely to be presented to those seeking the knowledge or products you offer. This involves using the right words that people commonly use when asking about your topic, organizing your information clearly, and ensuring your scroll is widely recognized and referenced by other reputable scrolls.

SEO helps your scroll stand out among countless others in the library, increasing the chances that the librarian will recommend it more often to visitors, thus bringing more readers or customers to you. This is vital because the more frequently and prominently your scroll is presented, the more people will read it, similar to how a well-positioned and popular stall in a market attracts more customers.

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