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Josh Carpenter
Feb 01, 2023
In Technology
Subscribe at https://www.youtube.com/@TomBilyeu AI is going to obliterate your job. And that’s fantastic news. It will finally free you up to make real money. If you don’t panic, that is. Most people are going to panic. Don’t let that be you. Stick with me. I’ll explain. If you do a search on google about AI you’re going to find a lot of terrifying things. You’ll see art that’s indistinguishable from the best artists on the planet. You’ll hear how AI can pass college exams and get a high score on an IQ test. For many of you, you’ll even see examples of how AI can do your job better than you can. And this is all with a clunky phase one product. Wait until AI has been on the market for 6 months. Or more terrifyingly, 6 years. No one is safe. It will be that disruptive. But as I always tell people, moments of disruption present the biggest opportunity. But you’re going to have to be aggressive when everyone else is freaking out. So… is AI really THAT revolutionary? And if so, how do you really make money with it? The short answer is yes. AI will be the biggest change not just in your lifetime, but in anyone’s lifetime. It is the ultimate force multiplier. Right now, humans are limited by the rate at which they can think. This determines the rate at which they can solve problems. And as Elon Musk says, people are paid in direct proportion to the difficulty of the problems they solve. If you try to beat AI, you will lose. What I want to convince you of in this video is that you don’t need to beat AI, you need to use it. It almost doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, you’re going to be able to do your job better with AI. But you need to get the first mover advantage. To do that, you need to stop researching AI and start using it. At my company, Impact Theory, we’ve already integrated AI into our marketing funnels, our copywriting pipeline, for art concepting, final image generation, creative ideation, and human voice generation. And that’s all just in the last few months. I’ve been watching Ai closely for a while now, and we’ve reached the elbow of the exponential curve. Things are only going to start moving faster from here. The key is to not get left behind. So don’t waste a single minute lamenting about how things are changing. Change is inevitable, and change at this speed is dangerous if you’re not paying attention. Given how much AI has already altered our systems, over the next few years I’m expecting it to majorly accelerate our ability to test and learn. And whoever learns the fastest is going to win. This is all happening in plain sight. Everyone is talking about it. But to take advantage of this moment, I need you to do three things: Reframe your thinking around AI. Don’t see it as the enemy. See it as a tool. It really is a tool. You’re not going to be replaced by AI, at least not yet. You’re going to be replaced by a human using AI. Be that human that replaces others. Figure out how AI is going to disrupt you. Face it head on. Don’t run. Don’t hide. Identify your vulnerabilities. Identify all of the AI tools that are relevant to you and master them. Learn absolutely everything you can. Remember, this is the very beginning of a very aggressive revolution. Moving quickly gives you two advantages: You can rocket ahead of other people by mastering the tools. If you master the tools, people are going to turn to you because you’re able to more efficiently solve problems. Going back to the Elon Musk quote - if you can solve harder problems faster, you’re going to get paid more. And in these early days where most people are stuck in the “deer in headlights” mode, you have an unfair advantage. The second advantage that AI gives you is an almost unimaginable amount of efficiency in certain tasks. Don’t get me wrong, AI isn’t a panacea. There are plenty of problems that right now AI sucks at. Sam Altman, the founder of OpenAI, maker of the ubiquitous ChatGPT, has himself said that people are getting so hyped up that they’re going to be disappointed. If you think that this is Terminator 2 already and ChatGPT is going to turn into liquid metal and save you from space aliens, yes, you’re going to be disappointed. Take action. Learn. Build. Create. Leverage AI and see what you can do together. #ai
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 25, 2023
In Technology
Follow on YT @ https://www.youtube.com/@MaxMaher Making money with AI is becoming increasingly important as the technology becomes more prevalent in the business world. One of the key skills that is necessary for success in this field is prompt engineering. Prompt engineering refers to the process of designing and developing the prompts, or inputs, that are used to train and operate AI systems. This includes things like natural language prompts for conversational systems, visual prompts for image recognition systems, and so on. The quality of the prompts that are used has a direct impact on the performance of the AI system, and thus, the success of the project. There are a number of reasons why prompt engineering is so important for making money with AI. One of the biggest is that it helps to ensure that the AI system is able to deliver accurate, consistent, and useful results. This is essential for building trust with customers and ensuring that they will be willing to use and pay for the service or product that the AI system provides. Another important aspect of prompt engineering is that it can help to boost productivity. By designing prompts that are easy for humans to understand and interact with, AI systems can be made more user-friendly and efficient. This can help to reduce training and maintenance costs, which can have a big impact on the bottom line. Finally, prompt engineering is also critical for creating AI systems that are aligned with the goals of the business. By carefully considering the intended use of the system, and the target audience, prompt engineers can help to ensure that the AI system will be able to deliver the desired results. This can be particularly important in industries such as healthcare, finance, and manufacturing, where accurate and reliable results are essential. Overall, prompt engineering is a key skill that is essential for anyone looking to make money with AI. Whether you are working on a new startup, or looking to improve an existing business, the quality of the prompts that you use will have a big impact on the success of your project. To be truly successful in the AI space, it's critical to invest in the right talent and resources to ensure that your prompts are of the highest quality. By investing in prompt engineering you will be helping to ensure that your AI project deliver accurate and consistent results, boost productivity and be aligned with your business goals. Which will in turn help you generate revenue and make money with AI. #ai #chatgpt
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 19, 2023
In Business
👨 People Chamath Palihapitiya is the CEO of Social Capital (Venture Capital Fund). In 2007, he joined Facebook and led the User Growth Team. His net worth is estimated to be over 1 Billion $. Naval Ravikant is the co-founder of AngelList and co-author of Venture Hacks. He has invested (early-stage) in companies like Uber, Twitter and FourSquare. Mark Rober is a former Apple engineer who makes videos on YouTube and has grown an Audience to 23.3M Subscribers (as of January 2023). Jimmy (Mr Beast) Donaldson runs several YouTube Channels, a delivery fast food restaurant (Mr Beast Burger) and two philanthropic projects: Beast Philanthropy and Team Trees. His brand is valued in the Billions of dollars. 🧠 Quotes (my favorite) “The new oil is ideas. It’s all digital. All the new fortunes are being created in ideas space. In fact, if you’re starting out today as a young, ambitious person, you don’t learn real estate; you don’t learn coal and oil mining; you don’t go into the extraction of physical resources to create wealth. You go into ideas space. You go into programming, books, movies, blogs and podcasts and building robots, which are mostly intellectual property underneath.” "The most powerful money-makers are actually individual brands" "Today in Society... You get rewarded for creative work" - Naval Ravikant "I would focus on the Content Creator side of things because I believe that's 'where the puck is going'. That's a much more important shift... In how we all consume information." - Chamath Palihapitiya "I think four or five years from now there's gonna be a lot of articles about Creators who will be billionaire Creators." - Mark Rober #contentcreators
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 17, 2023
In General Discussions
American history is a rich and complex tapestry, woven from the diverse threads of countless individuals and groups who have shaped the nation over the course of more than 400 years. From the arrival of the first European settlers in the 16th century to the ongoing struggles for civil rights and social justice in the 21st century, American history is marked by both triumphs and tragedies, achievements and failures. One of the most significant events in American history is the American Revolution, which began in 1765 with the passage of the Stamp Act by the British Parliament and ended in 1783 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. The revolution, led by figures such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Benjamin Franklin, resulted in the formation of the United States of America and the drafting of the Declaration of Independence, which set forth the principles of freedom, equality, and self-government that would shape the nation for centuries to come. Another key period in American history is the Civil War, which lasted from 1861 to 1865. The war, fought between the northern states, known as the Union, and the southern states, known as the Confederacy, was sparked by the issue of slavery, which had long been a source of division and controversy in the United States. The Union emerged victorious, and the war resulted in the abolition of slavery and the beginning of the process of Reconstruction, which aimed to rebuild the South and integrate African Americans into the political and economic life of the nation. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the United States experienced a period of rapid industrialization and urbanization, which brought about significant social and economic changes. The country also experienced a wave of immigration from Europe, which added to the diversity of the nation. This period also saw the rise of powerful labor unions and the women's suffrage movement, which fought for the right of women to vote. The period between the World Wars was marked by a time of prosperity, but also by a rise in isolationism and anti-immigrant sentiment. The Stock Market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression that followed, brought a harsh reality check to the nation's optimism. The New Deal policies of President Franklin D. Roosevelt helped bring the country out of the depression, but the onset of World War II and the country's eventual entry into the war marked a turning point in American history. The post-World War II era was marked by the Cold War between the United States and the Soviet Union, and the civil rights movement, which fought for the rights of African Americans and other minorities. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965 were major achievements of the movement. The nation also saw significant social and cultural changes, including the rise of the feminist movement and the counterculture of the 1960s. In more recent years, the United States has faced a number of challenges, including economic inequality, political polarization, and ongoing struggles for justice and equality. Despite these challenges, the nation has also made significant progress in areas such as technology, medicine, and science, and continues to be a leader on the global stage. In conclusion, American history is a complex and ever-evolving story, shaped by the actions and experiences of countless individuals and groups. From the Revolution to the Civil War, from the industrialization of the 19th century to the Civil Rights movement of the 20th century, American history is marked by both triumphs and tragedies, progress and setbacks. It is the story of a nation that is constantly striving to live up to its founding principles of freedom, equality, and self-government, and it is a story that continues to be written to this day. #americanhistory
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 17, 2023
In General Discussions
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was a civil rights leader who played a key role in the American civil rights movement from the mid-1950s until his assassination in 1968. He was a Baptist minister and a leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), an organization that worked to end segregation and discrimination against African Americans through nonviolent civil disobedience. Dr. King was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1929, and grew up in a time when racial segregation was the norm in the American South. Despite this, he was able to excel academically and graduated from Morehouse College in 1948 with a degree in sociology. He then went on to earn a PhD in theology from Boston University in 1955. In 1955, Dr. King was asked to lead the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a protest against the arrest of Rosa Parks for refusing to give up her seat on a bus to a white person. The boycott lasted for over a year, and was a major turning point in the civil rights movement, as it helped to end segregation on public buses in Montgomery. Dr. King's leadership and success in the Montgomery Bus Boycott brought him national attention, and he became a leading figure in the civil rights movement. He helped to organize the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963, where he gave his famous "I Have a Dream" speech, in which he called for an end to racism and for all Americans to be treated as equals. In 1964, Dr. King was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his nonviolent approach to civil rights activism. He used the prize money to establish the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) which became a leading organization in the civil rights movement. He also helped to organize the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, which helped to bring about the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which ensured that African Americans would have the right to vote. Dr. King was assassinated on April 4, 1968, while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. His death was a great loss to the civil rights movement, but his legacy lives on through the many changes that he helped to bring about in American society, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be remembered as one of the most important figures in American history, a leader who fought for equality and civil rights through nonviolence and peaceful protest. His speeches and actions continue to inspire people today. The Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, celebrated on the third Monday of January, is a reminder of his contributions to society and a call to continue the work towards realizing his dream of a just and equal society for all. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. helped to advance freedom of speech through his use of nonviolent protest and civil disobedience as a means of advocating for civil rights and equality for African Americans. He believed in the power of words and peaceful assembly to bring about change and used speeches and peaceful demonstrations to raise awareness of the injustices faced by Black Americans and to call for change. One of the most famous examples of Dr. King's use of freedom of speech was his "I Have a Dream" speech, delivered at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in 1963. In this speech, Dr. King used powerful and emotive language to call for an end to racism and for all Americans to be treated as equals. He also spoke about his dream of a future where people would be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin. This speech was instrumental in bringing the civil rights movement to the attention of the American public and the world, and helped to build momentum for the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Dr. King also used freedom of speech in his efforts to advocate for voting rights for African Americans. He helped to organize the Selma to Montgomery marches in 1965, which aimed to bring attention to the discriminatory voting practices that prevented African Americans from exercising their right to vote. Dr. King's speeches during these marches helped to mobilize thousands of people to join the protests, and ultimately led to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which ensured that African Americans would have the right to vote. In addition, Dr. King also wrote extensively on freedom of speech and the role of nonviolence in social change. In his books and essays, he argued that freedom of speech and peaceful protest were essential for achieving justice and equality in society, and that the use of nonviolence was the most effective way to bring about change. In summary Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. helped freedom of speech by using it as a means to advocate for civil rights and equality for African Americans, through speeches and peaceful demonstrations, helped bring attention to the injustices faced by black people and helped to bring about the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. He also wrote extensively on the role of nonviolence and freedom of speech in social change. #MLK
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 14, 2023
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 14, 2023
In Daily Motivation
Walt Whitman was an American poet, essayist, and journalist, who is considered one of the most influential poets in the American canon, often called the father of free verse. He is best known for his collection of poetry "Leaves of Grass," first published in 1855, and later expanded and republished multiple times throughout his life. The book is notable for its celebration of democracy, nature, love, and the human body, and for its revolutionary style, which broke away from traditional forms such as rhyme and meter. He was also a volunteer nurse during the American Civil War and wrote a series of poems about the war and death. He is considered one of the most important figures in American literature and poetry. #WaltWhitman
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 14, 2023
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 14, 2023
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 14, 2023
In Daily Motivation
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Josh Carpenter
Jan 14, 2023
In Daily Motivation
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer, and futurist who is best known for his contributions to the design of the modern alternating current (AC) electricity supply system. He is also known for his work on wireless communication and the development of the Tesla coil. He held around 300 patents for his inventions. He was an early proponent of wireless technology and is often credited as the inventor of the radio. He worked for a number of companies throughout his career, including the Westinghouse Electric Corporation. He died relatively poor and unrecognized despite his contributions to science and technology. #NikolaTesla
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