In the ever-advancing realm of artificial intelligence, as it accomplishes more tasks year after year, concerns about the future of our workforce emerge. With AI automating many tasks we currently perform, the question arises: What will be the occupation of humans in 10 or 20 years? It’s a challenging question, and while historical patterns show the creation of new jobs during previous industrial revolutions, the rise of AI poses a unique challenge.
META’s recent unveiling of LLAMA-2 marks a significant milestone in the realm of artificial intelligence. This second iteration of the LLAMA model, achieved in collaboration with Microsoft and DELL, has shaken the foundations of the text generation model market, challenging the status quo that OpenAI has dominantly maintained over the past years. But what does this mean for individuals and companies, and how can they benefit from this fierce competition among tech giants?
In this comprehensive guide, I’ll walk you through the steps to integrate the powerful PARA (Projects, Areas, Resources, Archives) methodology into Microsoft OneNote. Developed by Tiago Forte as part of his “Building a Second Brain” framework, PARA revolutionizes personal knowledge management, allowing for an efficient organization of information in a purposeful manner.
Today, we’ll delve into the realm of knowledge organization, particularly within the confines of Apple Notes. The setup mirrors what I showcased earlier in Evernote, making Apple Notes an ideal platform for implementing the PARA methodology.
In our previous discussions, we’ve delved into the PARA method, an innovative framework for organizing your digital life. We explored the four key components: Projects, Areas, Resources, and Archives. Today, we’ll dive deeper into this method and learn how to use your project list to enhance your productivity throughout the week.
Welcome back to Green Belly, where we continue our journey into the world of project organization and innovation. In our previous post, we introduced the Para organizing framework, and today, we’re delving deeper into the “P” of Para, which stands for “Projects.” This is where the magic happens, where we create a dedicated space for each of our endeavors, nurturing our creativity and productivity. So, grab your digital notebook and join me as we explore the transformative power of defining and managing your projects.
One of the most anticipated features of Chat is finally here, as you already know. After the introduction of Open’s chatbot, we were introduced to a remarkable intellect named GPT-4V, and its announcement in March left everyone in awe. It’s not just about its improved intelligence but its incredible capabilities, especially in multimodality. Multimodality, in this context, means that this artificial intelligence isn’t restricted to working solely with text. GPT-4V shattered those limits when it showed us examples like these. It’s a game-changer.
Welcome back to the Green Belly blog, where we dive deep into the world of technology, innovation, and personal development. Today, we’re continuing our exploration of PARA, the revolutionary system that’s set to transform the way you organize your digital life. PARA is not just a tool; it’s a way of thinking, a philosophy that will streamline your digital existence and free up your time for action rather than constant reorganization.
Hey there, tech aficionados, and welcome back to Green Belly, your go-to source for all things tech, innovation, and personal development. Today, I’m excited to dive deep into a game-changing concept that has revolutionized my digital life: PARA. This is not just a system; it’s a philosophy, a way of thinking, and it’s the very backbone of my digital existence.