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Anthropic released Claude 3 AI prompt library

And Elon Musk makes a crazy move by open-sourcing xAI's Grok chatbot.

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Now you don’t have to waste time on writing prompts for Anthropic’s Claude 3.

They released 100+ quality prompts for workers, creators, and professionals to save time using Claude 3 prompts.

Let’s check them out and explore other AI stories.

In today’s Prohuman post:

  • Anthropic’s Claude 3 prompt library

  • Elon Musk making xAI’s Grok chatbot open source

  • LATEST in AI

  • AI tools that’ll make your life easier

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Anthropic’s Claude 3 Prompts library

Get the library here…

To master Claude 3, an AI chatbot, crafting a sharp prompt is key.

It's like giving Claude a roadmap; the clearer your directions, the better your journey.

Anthropic, Claude's creator, offers a prompt library to kick-start your AI adventures, sparking ideas for your own prompts.

I dive into this treasure trove, sharing top picks and insights on AI-powered creativity. Want to explore the Claude 3 prompt library?

Head to Anthropic's website, where prompts are sorted by theme—be it for work or play.

These prompts are like mini-GPTs, setting the scene for Claude's responses.

Whether it's conjuring puns, deciphering dreams, cooking up recipes, crafting websites, or fashion forecasting, these prompts guide Claude to engage in a more personalized, dynamic chat.

So, whether you're aiming for a laugh with a pun or seeking dream analysis, these prompts are your gateway to a more interactive AI experience.


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Elon Musk Open sourcing xAI’s Grok

Elon Musk is sharing Grok, his AI chatbot, with everyone for free after expressing discontent with OpenAI—a company he co-founded—for not sharing their advancements openly anymore.

Grok is a smart tool that can find current information and say things without worrying about being too careful with words. You need to pay a monthly fee to use it.

Musk has not specified which parts of Grok he's open sourcing. His founding of OpenAI, alongside Sam Altman, was to compete with Google in the AI space. However, Musk now views OpenAI primarily as a tool to boost Microsoft's profits, a perspective he made clear in a lawsuit.

There's an ongoing debate about the open sourcing of AI technology. While some in the tech community view Musk's lawsuit as a distraction from critical AI development, others argue that open sharing of AI is beneficial for all.

Musk has raised concerns via Twitter about the dangers of cutting-edge technologies being abducted by nations.

In response, Vinod Khosla has questioned the wisdom of sharing sensitive technologies that might impact national security, highlighting the significance of leading in technological innovation for a country's strategic advantage.

Musk is known for supporting sharing in tech. His car company, Tesla, lets others use its inventions without suing them. He's sticking to his belief that tech should be open for all, criticizing OpenAI for not doing the same.

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  • Apple explores AI for smarter ad placements in the App Store, aiming for a $6 billion ad business by 2025.

  • China employs AI chatbot "CARES Copilot" to support neurosurgeons with data analysis and surgical suggestions.

  • Cohere's Command-R AI model offers enterprises advanced information retrieval and multilingual support to streamline tasks.

  • Covariant's RFM-1 model enhances robots with human-like reasoning, benefiting industries like manufacturing and healthcare.

  • Spotify uses AI to recommend audiobooks based on users' music and podcast preferences, employing HGNNs and a Two Tower model.

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