What’s your primary use case?
Google, Apple, Facebook etc are sitting on a goldmine of data for personal AI. But given their embattled pasts around privacy it’s unlikely they’ll offer a similar product until startups like Avi’s show people will happily submit to ubiquitous surveillance in order to get an incredibly helpful personal AI.
The projector is bad UX. Much simpler to use your phone as the conversational interface.
Avi launched a Humane competitor in a few months without all the pretentious hype. The real value comes from 24/7 audio-video recordings that are indexed in your AI’s working memory. https://x.com/avischiffmann/status/1708439854005321954?s=46&t=fcZjw6vha1KvRXhkiGMlQg
Do you use stickers in iMessage and do your friends give you shit for it?
Yep exactly- I hope more apps use this photo picker that doesn’t require any kind of photo permission at all
I think if you use the right photo picker it won't even prompt the user for photo access at all: https://developer.apple.com/documentation/photokit/selecting_photos_and_videos_in_ios#3856457 https://developer.apple.com/videos/play/wwdc2020/10652/
WIP: Warpcast Improvement Proposal Every time I upload a photo Warpcast asks me to update my photo access. Seems unnecessary, given that the app has private access. Ideally, I could set photo library access to “None” and access photos via the private access picker- without the pesky prompts.
Thank you for this
Cast vs. Code
would like support for ERC-1155 too
What's the best open source block explorer ui (etherscan alternatives) that's easy to run for a local anvil instance?
Linda Yaccarino shows off her updated phone screen at Vox Media’s Code 2023 conference
TIL openai is using statsig for feature flags