Northern California community to use AI to potentially stop school shootings

Sponsored by

Welcome, AI enthusiasts.

This incredible & FREE workshop (usually $199) is all you need to become an AI Genius & learn about the power & use-cases of AI in 2024.

Sign up now & get it at $0 (offer for first 100 people only) 🎁

In this workshop, you will learn:

🚀 To do quick excel analysis, & make stunning AI-powered PPTs 

🚀 How to build your own personal AI assistant to do work at 1/10th the time

🚀 Multiple use-cases & features of ChatGPT & be on top of AI trends

🚀 Become an expert at prompting & use AI tools like never before

So are you ready to work fewer hours & drive 10x more impact? Hurry! Join the workshop here (100 FREE seats only!) 🎁

Bible Verses of the Day

15 The saying is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, of whom I am the foremost. 16 But I received mercy for this reason, that in me, as the foremost, Jesus Christ might display his perfect patience as an example to those who were to believe in him for eternal life. 17 To the King of the ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honor and glory forever and ever. Amen. [1 Timothy 1:15-17, ESV]

What's in this week's issue?

  • 🎒 Northern California community to use AI to potentially stop school shootings

  • 🚕 Tesla to unveil its much-awaited Robotaxi on Aug 8

  • ⛅️ Easy Cloud News

  • 📰 AI News

  • 🧰 AI Tools

Generated by DALL-E

Spade Security celebrated its grand opening in Rocklin Friday afternoon by conducting a simulated armed gunman attack. The company uses AI-enabled cameras to spot the person holding a gun.

"There are machines that have learned how to detect someone with a pistol or a gun or a long rifle or if it's holstered," Spade Security Services President Pranil Shankar said.

That instantly triggers a warning to people inside the building. "The cameras are going to pick it up, and right after that, the doors are going to lock," Shankar said.

Then, a drone is launched to follow the gunman as he moves through the campus. It gives location information in real-time that can be passed on to police.

Generated by DALL-E

Tesla (TSLA) is poised to reveal its robotaxi on Aug 8, 2024, per Elon Musk’s post on X. The robotaxi reportedly utilizes TSLA’s latest vehicle platform.

Tesla is yet to deliver a technology that can transform its cars into level 3 automated vehicles. The automaker offers advanced driver assistance systems, comprising a standard Autopilot option or a premium Full Self-Driving (“FSD”) option.

Notably, the FSD subscription is priced at $199 per month for U.S. customers or alternatively available at a one-time upfront payment of $12,000.

Musk admitted that his track record for predictions can sometimes be significantly off the mark but he eventually gets things done.

Easy Cloud News

  • 🌤️ Easy Cloud Solutions: Read AI Secures $21M to Revolutionize Email and Messaging with AI-Powered Summaries (link)

  • ⛪️ Easy Cloud AI: Transcribe Sermon Audio to Text with Beluga’s High-Accuracy AI (link)

Listen or read the following transcript as R. C. Sproul speaks on the topic of End Times in this address from The Gospel Coalition Sermon Library.

The following unedited transcript is provided by Beluga AI.

AI News

  • 🩺 AI assists clinicians in responding to patient messages at Stanford Medicine (link)

  • 🧑‍🤝‍🧑 The CEO of NVIDIA and AMD are cousins - two of the larger competitors in the chip market (link)

  • 🧠 Archetype AI's "Newton" model learns from sensor data to answer complex real-world questions (link)

  • 🍎 Apple struck deal with Shutterstock to license millions of images for AI training (link)

  • 🤖 Microsoft is working on an Xbox AI chatbot (link)

AI Tools

  • 🧑‍💼 tabnine: The AI coding assistant that you control (link)

  • 📸 Photoroom: Create professional images for free with AI (link)

  • ⚡️ OpenPipe: Train faster, cheaper models on production data (link)

  • 🖋️ Luminance: Your legal AI co-pilot to automate the generation, negotiation and analysis of contracts (link)