Weekend Digital Media Round-Up: Amazon officially unveils its AI-powered image generator at AWS re:Invent 2023, LinkedIn Adds Tools To Help Healthcare Workers Find the Right Job, GPT4 AI Bot Outperforms Students in Language Skills, Reshaping Education’s Future

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  • December 1, 2023,

1.Amazon Officially Unveils Its AI-Powered Image Generator At AWS Re:Invent 2023

Amazon has officially introduced a new image generator called Titan Image Generator, entering the realm already occupied by numerous tech giants and startups. [Source: Social Samosa]

2.LinkedIn Adds Tools To Help Healthcare Workers Find The Right Job

LinkedIn’s added some new tools to help health professionals find the right role, including updated job search filters, job preferences, skills highlights, and more. [Source: Social Media Today]

3. GPT4 AI Bot Outperforms Students in Language Skills, Reshaping Education’s Future

Researchers at the University of Passau have made a significant discovery, revealing that a chatbot, specifically GPT-4, has surpassed students in language mastery. [Source: Digital Information World]

4. Instagram Threads Search Now Supports ‘All Languages’ In Latest Update

Instagram’s Twitter/X rival, Threads, is becoming more competitive with the expansion of its keyword search feature to all markets where the app is available. [Source: TechCrunch]

5. Pinterest Launches Live Test Of New Body Type Search Filters

Pinterest has rolled out a live test of the option, which will enable Pinners to find more images and examples that align more specifically with their body shape. [Source: Social Media Today]

6. Linkedin’s New AI Filters Posts, Enhancing User Experience With Efficient Content Moderation

The Microsoft-owned social network, LinkedIn, has taken a big step. The platform is now using AI for sorting posts – to find out which ones are okay and which are not. [Source: Digital Information World]

7.Whatsapp Introduces Secret Code For Chat Lock To Protect Most Sensitive Conversations

With a secret code users will now be able to set a unique password different from what they use to unlock their phone to give their locked chats an extra layer of privacy. [Source: Social Samosa]

8. Google Bard Can Now Answer Questions About Youtube Videos

Google Bard can now answer questions about the content of YouTube videos. Bard now summarizes video footage when users enter a YouTube URL. [Source: Search Engine Land]

9. Amazon Rolls Out Breakthrough AI Business Chatbot That Serves As A Customizable Assistant

Dubbed Amazon Q, the new rollout is said to be business-focused and it promises to serve as users’ customizable assistant. The goal would be to answer queries, produce content, and help employees with a long range of tasks in their daily lives. [Source: Digital Information World]

10. Android Users Gain Nearly A Dozen New Features With Latest Update

Android users have received nearly a dozen new features in the latest release of the mobile operating system, including updates designed for smartphones, tablets, Wear OS smartwatches and even Google TV devices. [Source: TechCrunch]

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