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New Point-E AI allows users to generate 3D objects from detailed text prompts • InNewCL

New Point-E AI allows users to generate 3D objects from detailed text prompts • InNewCL

#PointE #users #generate #objects #detailed #text #prompts #InNewCL Welcome to InNewCL, here is the new story we have for you today:

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We’ve been working on a number of gift guides over the past few months. Devin’s guide to gaming headphones is here today! If you missed any of our gift guides, here’s our full set so far!

Our favorite gift would be “more hours in the day” and “a week of sleep,” but if that’s not enough, maybe a hot chocolate and a three-hour uninterrupted block of time to read books would be great. — Christine and hey

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Making Text 3D: This is the new thing from OpenAI as it releases Point-E, an AI that generates 3D models. And not just any models kyle writes – it “generates point clouds, or discrete sets of data points in space, representing a 3D shape – hence the cheeky acronym.” Someone calls 911: There’s a Porsche 911 driving on synthetic fuel from the automaker’s Chilean pilot plant. The move comes after years of just talking about Tim Stevens writes. More AI: kyle had another best-read story about artificial intelligence, this time about Petals creating a free, distributed network for running text-generating AI.

Startups and VCs

It’s been a year, y’all. brian, kyle, Maria Annand Natasha M keep in mind that it wasn’t particularly fun to write this year’s synopsis. Nobody wants to see startups fail, but we are all very aware that most ultimately fail. A commonly quoted figure is that 90% of these companies will eventually fail. But even in that sense, 2022 just came differently… Here’s “Remembering the Startups We Lost in 2022.”

Speaking of the year in review, miranda collected the InNewCL+ team’s top shots including Amazon buying One Medical, interesting startup theses and whether the TC team would be sad if Twitter disappeared from our screens.

And of course we are also looking to the future Conni‘s coverage of Tusk Ventures’ Bradley Tusk and the three counterintuitive predictions for 2023 on Musk, SFB and even Kraft.

Okay, enough about the past and the future. Here are five stories from right here, right now.

Banish vanity metrics from your startup’s pitch deck

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It’s nice to give your hard-working team goals to work toward, but vanity metrics (eg, X email signups in Y days, 20% more retweets) are like a little league awards dinner. Everyone goes home a winner!

“The truth is, investors know what traction looks like,” writes Haje Jan Kamps, meaning feel-good stats have no place in a pitch deck.

“Don’t confuse fluffy numbers and vanity metrics with your go-to-market strategy.”

Three more from the TC+ team:

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BigTech Inc.

You’ve seen the video in your feed, but now TikTok will tell you why its algorithm picked it for you, aisha writes. “This feature is one of many ways we’re working to provide meaningful transparency to the people who use our platform, and builds on a number of steps we’ve taken toward that goal,” the company said.

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