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📬 Let's Link Up ~ Issue 07
A curated list of interesting and insightful links ...
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As it relates to current events in the news, everyone is talking about AI. Is it good or bad? Will the hype continue into 2023 or will it bust like the crypto market did in 2022?
I used OpenAI’s chatgpt to ask these questions and here what it had to say:
“There is a lot of hype around AI because it has the potential to revolutionize many industries and change the way we live our lives. For example, AI has the potential to improve healthcare by analyzing medical records and making recommendations for treatment, it can improve transportation by developing self-driving cars, and it can improve education by personalizing learning for each student.
For creatives, the implications of AI are both positive and negative. On the positive side, AI can help creatives by automating tedious tasks and allowing them to focus on the more creative aspects of their work. For example, AI can be used to edit videos, generate music, and design websites. On the negative side, there is a fear that AI will replace human workers, including creatives, and lead to widespread unemployment. However, many experts believe that AI will actually create new job opportunities, rather than replacing existing ones.”
Time will tell how AI will perform and who it will help and hurt the most. But it’s definitely something to keep following and considering the implications and opportunities that come along with it.
Until then, here are all the links, resources, and jobs that we found interesting this past month:
64 Photos by 64 Photographers (booooooom)
Ads-dominated internet will become an art-dominated internet (zora)
Open calls, residencies, and grants for artists (colossal)
11 important lessons creatives learned this year (creative boom)
Beyond photography – the digital darkroom (spinroot)
How to produce a photobook (aperture)
William Strobeck is bringing intimacy to skateboarding films for Supreme (nyt)
Tech Layoffs Are Happening Faster Than at Any Time During the Pandemic (wsj)
Understanding the Generative AI landscape (antler)
A shift towards the Onchain Era (zora)
Plaza is a collaborative tool for research, ideation, and sharing (tw)
The podcast boom is feeling like a thing of the past (bloomberg)
How to keep up with tech and not get left behind (it’s nice that)
A Pinterest alternative for creatives (beta)
Here’s how sweeping legal changes will affect content creators in 2023 (tubefilter)
Encrypted LastPass passwords stolen ~ I’d recommend using 1password (verge)
100 ways to share your work + life that aren’t social media (Amelia)
Instagram’s quantity-over-quality reality (New Yorker)
Famous photos and the cameras they were shot on (tw)
What Is the Right Balance of Strength Training to Cardio? (nyt)
Generate your 2023 resolutions based on your Twitter (ai)
Head of Growth and Marketing at Goldfinch (remote)
Product Designer at Flexa (nyc)
Brand Designer at Patreon (sf)
Product Designer at Diagram (remote)
Agency Success Lead at Breef (remote)
Art Director at Something Special Studios (nyc/la)
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Join us in co-curating our Link Up around shared themes. Feel free to send us interesting articles, inspiration, and job openings to share. What’s on our mind this week is:
Where are you dreaming about travelling to this year and why?