John Swicki provides a news roundup of recent developments in AI. He starts by discussing Canva's new feature called Magic Studio, which includes text-to-design, text-to-video, and text-to-presentation capabilities. He is impressed by the range of features and the ease of use offered by Canva. Next, he talks about Arcmax, a web browser that has integrated AI components. He highlights features such as a five-second preview of web pages, smartly renamed downloads, and the ability to ask questions based on the content of a web page. John also mentions Google's addition of Bard to Google Assistant, which will allow users to interact with Assistant through text, voice, and photos. He believes this integration has the potential to make Assistant even more powerful. He briefly mentions Snipped, a podcast app that now offers podcast summaries, and Bing Chat, which now allows users to use Dalle3 for image generation.
Canva's Magic Studio offers a range of AI-powered features, including text-to-design, text-to-video, and text-to-presentation capabilities.
Arc Max, a web browser, has integrated AI components such as a five-second preview of web pages and smartly renamed downloads.
Google is adding Bard to Google Assistant, allowing users to interact with Assistant through text, voice, and photos.
Snipped, a podcast app, now offers podcast summaries, making it easier for users to get a quick overview of lengthy episodes.
Bing Chat now allows users to use Dalle3 for image generation.