Gold’s Guide explores the humanities of artificial intelligence. My goal is to bring you along with me as I learn to understand the the impact and ethics of AI developments — instead of doom and foom, Gold’s Guide focuses on the fun, creative, and practical applications of AI.
Each edition of Gold’s Guide is formatted as either a review of an AI product or development or as commentary on a specific moment or idea. New editions are published on Sunday nights via newsletter and on the Gold’s Guide website.
About the author
Gold's Guide is written and published by me, Tyler Gold. Sometimes an AI helps. I live in Brooklyn, NY.
My perspective is informed by over a decade growing audiences and media businesses on the internet; more on my personal website.
AI or Human?
code formatting to denote when large portions of text were generated by AI — any time you see words
in a monospace font like this, it means it was generated by an AI model, usually ChatGPT. All of the words in the serif typeface you are reading now (it’s called Fraunces) are quotes from other humans or written by yours truly. I always read every word generated by AI before publishing it and often make slight edits for brevity or cohesion. I think this is important.
All images featured at the top of articles are generated by DALL-E 2 or by MidJourney.
Sign-up for Gold’s Guide (new editions are published on Sunday evenings) and as an added perk, you’ll also get access to a link with all of the images and text prompts I use to generate the images on the site to help you get the best results from DALL-E.
Please note that I'm not a financial advisor, doctor, lawyer, rabbi, or therapist. All opinions on this website are exclusively mine and do not reflect the opinions of my employer or anyone else, unless noted otherwise. I do not have any sponsors or advertisers. I’m doing this for fun, bro.
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Updated 24 April 2023