Pi feel more natural and engaging, which could be appealing to people looking for an AI assistant with a more personal touch. 04:16 So whenever you need support, someone to vent to, or simply want to have a chit-chat, Pi is perfect for that. You can just start a conversation or choose what you want to do. To make it feel more like you're talking to a friend, Pi is available on messaging apps like WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Telegram and Instagram.
Pi on there. It actually feels so nice to talk to it there for some reason. It doesn't quite feel like I'm talking to an AI.
It's such an interesting, innovative app. In a nutshell, Rewind records everything you do on your computer, including what you see as well as what you say and hear in meetings. Then use that data to create a personalised AI that knows about you. So for example, whenever you forgot something you saw on your computer, you can simply ask it to show you the thing. 06:53 So there's no need to even bookmark websites or take notes because it's already captured. This may be one of the most interesting AI tools I've ever used. But I stopped using it after a few months because one - it takes up a huge amount of storage on my computer which is obvious because it has to capture and store all that data locally. 07:12 And two - I feel it slows down my computer a little bit.
Another way to have a personalised AI is Gems, which takes a different approach to Rewind. 07:58 Instead of recording everything you do on your computer, Gems can be connected to various apps like Google Drive, Slack, Evernote, Figma and Notion. And it uses the data in these apps to generate personalised responses to your questions. So theoretically, you can ask it anything about what you wrote, emails you received, files you have in these apps etc.
personal.ai is another interesting tool. Literally it allows you to train an AI to build a personalised assistant or an AI version of you. 08:40 I made a few videos about this tool before so I won't go into details here. But in short, you can tell things you want your AI to remember which can be anything like your thoughts, hobbies, family and friends. Then when you ask questions about these things, the AI will be able to give you answers based on what you taught. 08:57 In a way, this feels like a type of journaling. But more practical use cases would be AI drafted messages. When you use AI Autopilot or AI copilot features, your AI will automatically draft a reply to the messages you receive. Not just generic responses, but messages that sound like you. I guess this will save time indeed, but I'm not sure if I want to do this to my friends or family. 09:19 It feels not right somehow. I'd rather spend time to read their messages and write on my own. But if it's for replying to a bunch of cold emails or DMs you get every day, it might be great.
TextCortex is the one I've been using recently on my computer. This one is also great at building a personalised AI. 09:40 At first, it looks like just another AI writing tool, but it's actually more than that. What I really like about this tool is how it lets you train your AI with your own notes, websites, documents and so on. So once you uploaded your notes and reading highlights, you can ask it anything about what you wrote and read before. 09:58 Then you can even have it to write something for you in your own writing style so it won't sound like a robot. If you write a lot of emails, blog posts, Youtube scripts like me, or academic papers and reports, this can save a lot of time for you.
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