News you can use:
- A few experiments worth noting on the AI front: LinkedIn is testing out AI promptsfor ad copy creation and an InMail chatbot, while Instagram is testing its own AI chatbot in DMs.
- Some recent non-AI releases: LinkedIn announced DMs for company pages and three new ad formats: In-Stream Video ads, Conversation Ads, and Thought Leader Ads. Reddit launched two new ad products of its own—Contextual Keyword Targeting and Product Ads—although the bigger Reddit news was the 7k+ subreddits that went dark in protest of API pricing changes. WhatsApp debuted Channels, a feature that broadcasts updates from people and organizations you've followed. Yep, basically another social media tool.
- And going back to AI: We learned that ChatGPT can tell a joke—but only a few of them. Plus, its tendency to get the facts wrong sometimes got it in hot water last week, when a man sued OpenAI for libel after ChatGPT falsely said he’d been accused of embezzling money. It’s the first lawsuit of its kind but could be a signal of how wild the AI legal landscape might get (not to mention all those copyright concerns).
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