AI Art Wars: Google Gemini and OpenAI's DALL·E 3

Let's dive into into a side-by-side test, exploring prompts, image creations, and more to discover which AI artist comes out on top. If you're passionate about AI and tech, this episode is a goldmine of insights!

Happy Friday! This is Ryan Staley of Whale Boss where I share the latest weekly insights, prompts, and workflows to unleash the power of AI! 🔥

Here’s what we got for you:

  • 🤖 AI Art Wars: Google Gemini and OpenAI's DALL·E 3

  • 🛠️ Prompt SLAM!

  • 🎧 Weekly Podcast Updates 

  • 😮 The women in AI making a difference

  • 🤖 iOS 18’s new AI features: Everything we know so far

  • 😎 SAP creates new AI-focused business unit led by Philipp Herzig

  • 🙌Google goes “open AI” with Gemma, a free, open-weights chatbot family

  • The Google One AI Premium plan now gives you Gemini access in Gmail and Docs

I bring you a real-time comparison of two AI juggernauts: Google's Gemini Advanced and OpenAI's DALL E 3 from ChatGPT Plus. . 

The demonstration highlighted the following benefits:

1. Efficiency: AI tools can quickly and effectively generate visual content from text prompts, making it easier to create graphic examples for various purposes such as social content, blogs, and client presentations.

2. Creativity: AI tools can generate visually stunning images, such as Disney-style graphics, comic strips, and cyberpunk-themed visuals, with impressive detail and speed, allowing for creative and engaging content creation.

3. Flexibility: AI tools offer flexibility in responding to specific and hyper-specific prompts, whether it's creating images in a particular style, theme, or with detailed descriptions, demonstrating the adaptability of AI for diverse content needs.

🛠️Unleash Your AI Power: Prompts SLAM!


Customer, product, and industry research

Prompt: List the top three challenges for businesses in {target buyer industry}.


announce new objectives to the whole company in all hands meeting

As the CEO of [company name],  what do you say in all hands meeting to communicate these [objectives] to your employees


Let ChatGPT do the thinking for you

I have a set of news articles and financial reports related to [name of the industry].

Can you analyze these texts and extract insights that indicate the overall market sentiment towards this sector?


Write value proposition

As VP of marketing for [company name]: a centralized dashboard for leaders to see and take actions on updates across all apps in the company, write your value proposition for this product

🙌This week's podcast episodes...

TechCrunch is launching a series to spotlight women in AI, addressing the gender gap and recognizing their contributions to the field. Here are key points from the initiative and insights on the state of women in AI:

Featured Women in AI:

  • Irene Solaiman: Head of global policy at Hugging Face.

  • Eva Maydell: Member of European Parliament and EU AI Act advisor.

  • Lee Tiedrich: AI expert at the Global Partnership on AI.

  • Rashida Richardson: Senior counsel at Mastercard focusing on AI and privacy.

  • Krystal Kauffman: Research fellow at the Distributed AI Research Institute.

Gender Gap in AI:

The New York Times article highlighted the absence of women in the AI boom, listing 12 men with little to no formal AI training.

Women have been foundational to AI development, but are underrepresented in the global AI workforce.

Notable contributions from women include Elaine Rich’s AI textbook, Cynthia Dwork’s work on AI fairness, and Cynthia Breazeal’s development of social robots.

Statistics on Women in AI:

Only 16% of tenure-track AI faculty and 26% of AI positions are held by women.

The gender gap in AI academia and industry is widening, with women’s authorship in AI research papers decreasing.

Reasons for Disparity:

Discrimination, lack of internships in AI for women, different treatment between genders, unequal pay, and a lack of career advancement opportunities.

Women’s absence negatively impacts the field due to their unique perspectives on societal, ethical, and political implications of AI.

2024 is shaping up to be the “Year of AI” for Apple, with big updates planned for iOS 18 and more. The rumors – and Tim Cook himself – make it clear that there are new AI features for Apple’s platforms in the works. Here’s everything we know about the ways Apple is exploring AI features…

Apple has developed its own Large Language Model (LLM) system, named AppleGPT, based on a framework called "Ajax" started in 2022. This framework aims to provide a shared foundation for machine learning projects across all Apple platforms.

Evidence of AI Work in iOS 17.4: Investigations have revealed Apple's ongoing work on AI and large language model technology, including reliance on OpenAI's ChatGPT API for internal testing.

Rumored New AI Features for iOS 18:

  1. An improved version of Siri using large language model technology.

  2. AI features for Apple Music to generate playlists automatically.

  3. Integration of AI into Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for enhanced content creation and summarization.

  4. AI assistance in Xcode for code completion, testing applications, etc.

  5. A more advanced Spotlight Search powered by generative AI.

  6. An AI-powered wellness coaching feature integrated with Apple Health and Apple Watch.

  7. New features for Messages app, including auto-completion and summarization of texts.

Existing AI Frameworks and Models by Apple:

Photo editing using text commands.

AI animation generation through Apple Keyframer from still images and text prompts.

Future AI Announcements: Tim Cook teased future product announcements related to AI, indicating Apple's significant investment and interest in AI technologies to keep pace with competitors like OpenAI, Google, and Microsoft.

Wrap-up and Speculation: While numerous AI features are rumored for iOS 18, it's uncertain which will be ready for this year's release. Features not included in iOS 18 may appear in later updates or iOS 19 in 2025, as Apple continues to refine its AI offerings.

SAP has launched a new AI-focused business unit led by Dr. Philipp Herzig, who assumes the role of Chief Artificial Intelligence Officer (CAIO).

This move consolidates SAP's AI efforts into a comprehensive growth area, overseeing the entire SAP Business AI value chain, from development to customer implementation. The initiative highlights SAP's strategic focus on AI as a key driver for growth and innovation.

Herzig envisions changing how companies operate with reliable and responsible AI, leveraging SAP’s unique position to deliver real results with generative AI.

Gemma chatbots can run locally, and they reportedly outperform Meta's Llama 2.

Google announced Gemma, a new family of free, open-weights AI language models, marking Google's significant entry into open large language models (LLMs) post-ChatGPT frenzy. Gemma models, designed to run locally, come in two sizes (Gemma 2B and Gemma 7B) and are developed by Google DeepMind and other AI teams, leveraging techniques from the Gemini models.

Open-Weights vs. Open Source: While Gemma models are open-weights, allowing for greater transparency and privacy, they are not classified as "open source" under traditional definitions. This release reflects Google's ongoing contributions to open AI research, including past developments like TensorFlow and BERT, and positions Gemma as a counter to Meta's open-weights model releases, aiming to attract developers to Google's Vertex AI platform.

Performance and Availability: Google claims the Gemma 7B model outperforms Meta's Llama 2 models in various AI benchmarks, including math, Python code generation, and general knowledge tasks. Gemma is accessible through Kaggle and Hugging Face, accompanied by the launch of a "Responsible Generative AI Toolkit" aimed at promoting the development of safe and responsible AI applications.


  • Google One AI Premium subscribers now get a Gemini chatbot for Gmail, Docs, and more.

  • It's a new move that mirrors other paid AI plans, like Copilot Pro.

  • The Google One AI Premium plan costs $19.99/month for advanced Gemini access.

As announced on Google's blog The Keyword, its AI's premium plan adds Gemini to Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Meet. It mirrors the trend of companies offering paid plans for AI-based implementation in their apps. For example, the Copilot Pro plan adds Microsoft's chatbot to its productivity suite, while Adobe Acrobat's AI assistant can sum up large documents.

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