Hey, y’all. It’s time for another “10 Things” to clutter your inbox. I don’t know about you, but it’s been a week for me. I’m looking forward to a little break this weekend.
10 Things Worth Sharing
- Noam Chomsky thinks ChatGPT is “basically high-tech plagiarism”
- ICYMI, Google debuted their own AI-powered chatbot this week, Bard
- What if George Lucas had directed “2001: A Space Odyssey”? (It’s flipping brilliant)
- Polymath Tyler Cowen talks about ChatGPT and reading in clusters
- We’re digging deep into crafting a profile of a graduate in my home school district. I found this great article for steps to take in that long and very rewarding process right here.
- Busting the attention span myth
- Call me a nerd, but I’m super excited about this upcoming book on the history of the keyboard
- I see this pop up every now and then, and I always love this Gregory Hines tribute to Sammy Davis, Jr.
- While some are continuing to freak out about AI, others are getting right to work. My current favorite visual AI project exists at The Visual Dome.
- RIP Burt Bacharach. He made music that sounds like that of no one else on earth. He had a special and creative way of making music, blending jazz, pop, and classical sounds, which made him one of the most famous and beloved pop music composers ever.
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