Ep 35: How Students Can Use AI to Solve Everyday Problems


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Episode Overview

In the latest episode of Everyday AI, hosted by Jordan and AI with guest Nikunj, we explore how students can use AI to solve everyday problems. 

Here are three key takeaways from the episode:

- Many universities are teaching AI to students at freshman/sophomore level with courses on machine learning and AI ethics, making them AI literate and ready to solve problems.

- The future may not require understanding code, just the ability to think of what to create using AI, making chat GBT a valuable tool for university/college learning to build useful products faster.

- Learning AI literacy can not only help you with practical solutions but also help in networking opportunities, collaborating on cool projects, and understanding AI ethics for the future.

Don't miss out on the valuable insights shared by Nikunj in this episode!

Listen or watch the video to learn more about how AI can be used by students to solve everyday problems

Episode Insights

AI has been a game-changer in many industries, and students like Nikunj Thiagi are using AI to solve everyday problems. In a recent conversation with Jordan Wilson on the Everyday AI podcast, Nikunj shared his experiences with AI and how it can be used to tackle real-world issues.

One of the primary takeaways from the conversation was the value of learning AI in college. Nikunj spoke about how his university teaches AI at a freshman/sophomore level, with courses dedicated to machine learning and AI ethics. He even took a class where he and his classmates built an MRI brain tumor detector with a 93% accuracy rate using Python libraries and machine learning foundations.

But it's not just about the practical applications of AI. Nikunj emphasized the importance of learning the math and coding behind AI, making students AI literate. He noted that while tools like Chargebee PT can be helpful for quickly learning the basics, these may not be revolutionary. Instead, he highlights that universities are teaching the foundations of AI and machine learning, which can be applied to a wide variety of scenarios.

Looking towards the future, Nikunj believes there will be revolutionary shifts in programming, moving from machine code to compiled languages like C++, and even towards creating apps without code using AI. This brings up the question of whether the future will require understanding code or simply the ability to think of what to create.

Jordan and Nikunj also discussed how AI can be used in education. This includes using AI to check for cheating, creating curriculums, and introducing new classes such as using AI to navigate social media or creating viral videos. The possibilities are endless, and AI can be a huge asset in the classroom.

But AI is not just useful in the classroom; it can be used in many other ways to solve everyday problems. Nikunj shared some interesting use cases, such as using an AI language model like GPT 3.5 or 4 to create a detailed schedule hour by hour or assisting in learning and studying technical subjects like physics by providing step-by-step problem solving approaches. He noted that while GPT 3.5 may not always give correct answers, GPT 4 is much more accurate in providing correct solutions in a matter of seconds.

However, Nikunj cautioned against relying too heavily on AI, as it may prevent us from learning and developing valuable skills. Instead, he suggested using AI to tackle repetitive tasks while working on harder things that we may not know about. Ultimately, the goal should be to become independent of AI while having it become dependent on us instead.

In addition to discussing the use of AI in education and everyday life, Nikunj also shared his experiences with app development. He and his friends developed an app to help college students find the best events on campus, despite not having any previous experience in app development. They learned everything from scratch, using YouTube videos to learn and Chat with You for troubleshooting code errors. Thanks to Chat with You's help, Nikunj is now confident in his ability to build apps using various development platforms.

Overall, the conversation between Jordan and Nikunj provided a great insight into the world of AI and how it can be used to solve everyday problems. Whether you're a student like Nikunj or an everyday person, there are many practical applications of AI that can improve your life. By continuing to learn and explore the possibilities of AI, we can all become better problem solvers and innovators.

Episode Transcript

Jordan [00:00:16]:

How should students be using AI. Are they only using ChatGPT and really not even getting at the tip of the iceberg? That's one of the things that we're gonna be talking about today on everyday AI. My name is Jordan Wilson. I'm your host. We're gonna be talking about a lot of things that have to do with using AI, not just in the classroom, but how students could be using it in general. But before we do, let's run down the news real quick. Everything that's going on in the world of AI. And as a reminder, Go to your everyday AI.com. Sign up for our newsletter. So not only do we have a livestream going on right now where you can ask myself and the guest questions, But we have a podcast on Spotify, Apple Music, everything else, and the Daily newsletter. So make sure you go check that out.

Is AI advancing too quickly?

So let's let's quickly dive in to talk about what's happening in the world of AI news. So 60 minutes last night had Google CEO Sundar Pucci on. Side note, I'm a big 60 minutes fan, and I haven't watched the full episode yet. I'm gonna get to it. But very interesting, you know, reading the recap of what they were talking about just saying is AI advancing too quickly and talking about Google's impact on jobs. So we're gonna be linking in the newsletter today. However, here's my take. Is AI advancing too quickly? Yes and no. I think it's it's moving quickly, but I don't think that especially here in the US, we should be slowing it down because I think right now it's something that's really powering our economy. You know? If  you look at our economy over the last 6 months, a lot of the growth has been driven by companies like Google, Microsoft, and NVIDIA, the ones who are actually pushing AI.

AI is changing the game for job seekers

So kind of the next story to to dive into here quick is a a a CNET article talking about how AI is just changing the game for job seekers. So it's talking about how now the job application process is completely different than it's been in years past. So really talking about how to leverage AI and automation and just understanding what the job application process is like. So it's you know, saying, how do we even compete with kind of the rise of robots? And are we even applying to humans? It's very, very interesting, so we're gonna share more in the newsletter

Here's what I'd say. I'd say for a long time in the job application process, you know, you haven't always been applying to humans anyways. companies, you know, big recruiting firms have been using a lot of kind of AI, but different processes that you aren't even really applying to a human off the bat. I think job seekers know this. So so more on the newsletter.

Using AI art to generate celebrity couple's kids

And kind of the 3rd kind of top AI story that we wanted to talk about today. Kind of a fun one. So we're gonna share about this. Make sure to check out these images. Very cool. So In in artist kinda shared this I think this originated on Twitter over the weekend. So imagining Celebrity kids using AI. So very, very interesting and kind of, like, if you look at it, it is shocking You know? So taking any 2 random celebrities and asking mid journey using a prompt to say, hey. What would it look like if these 2 celebrities had a kid. So it kind of set the Internet slightly on fire over the weekend. This this thing was trending all over the place.

So we're gonna share some of the best results in the in the newsletter today. So as a reminder, we do have a guest today, but Before we bring our guests on, make sure if you have a comment, if you wanna talk about how we're using AI in universities, make sure to drop a comment. So with that. We're gonna bring on our guest for today.

Are students using AI the right way?

So Nikunj Tyagi is a sophomore student at the University of Illinois here in Champagne. This show kind of originates from Chicago. So we have a kind of local guy in Nikunj. Nikunj, thank you for joining the show. Yeah. Hey, Jordan. How's it going? Thanks for having me on. Alright. I'm excited. I'm excited. So let's dive into it. So let's start at the top. AI, are students using it how you think they should be?

Nikunj [00:04:31]:

Yeah. So mainly ChatGPT is being used, as you know, to write essays. to get through quick homework. But, no, I don't think it's being used to its full extent how it should be. A lot of kids can be first of all, making a lot of money with AI. launching cool businesses, cool projects. And I think it can be used to learn a lot faster than it is being used right now rather than being used to kinda cheat and power through homework assignments, I think it can be used a lot better in, like, how to learn quickly and how to have something else do the, like, quick stuff for you, but you learning the big picture and, like, the conceptual things that are kinda tough to grasp sometimes.

Jordan [00:05:09]:

Yeah. For sure. And, you know, Ahmad just had a comment, actually had Aman on the show Friday. You know, she said she's excited in waiting for new perspectives. I think the coups you have it. But first, let's let's talk about, like, what's what's your major? Because I wanna talk about that and and kind of trains like what that means for other college students. So what's what's kind of your major and and what are you hoping to kind of get to in the long run after college?

Nikunj [00:05:32]:

Yeah. So I'm majoring in computer science, and I'm hoping to get more into the AI entrepreneurship space in the future. And I'm doing a lot of experimentation right now working on projects and just, like, talking to different people and hopefully get there one one day. But, yeah, I'm just kinda building the skill set and trying to work my way up towards that goal.

Jordan [00:05:51]:

Yeah. So I think I think, Nikun, like, when people think computer science. Right? And people might be hearing you talk about all these different projects that you're working on, and they're saying, oh, of course. This makes sense because you're a computer science person. Right? So they just assume that it's it's you know, all these things are are highly technical in advance and hard for the everyday person to to to kind of take advantage of. Do you think it's like that? Do you do you do you think a student can, you know, maybe who's not a computer science background or maybe they aren't highly technical? can they still really tap into the power of AI?

AI makes app development accessible to all

Nikunj [00:06:25]:

Yeah. So so that's one of the great things about things like Charge UBT now. I'm seeing a lot of like, I'm taking a few innovation classes and CS classes, I'm seeing a bunch of artists getting in on that. And the reason is because you don't need UI UX and engineers, like software engineers to work on things like apps anymore. You can have, like, graphic designers that know how to use Adobe Photoshop and illustrate to, like, work on, like, the overall design of your app, and AI can write the code for you. Like, if you can go on ChatGPTand put in the image of your Figma's or whatever, and say write out the code for this, and it'll do it, like, almost perfectly. So I think that's a that's a that's a really big space and AI that's not being tapped right now, using chat to make things like apps to make websites, to make cool web 3 products, Like, it's all possible using AI, and students really need to get on get in on this now.

Jordan [00:07:16]:

Yeah. Kind of Amman just left a a comment saying she uses it to summarize notes to outline reports. That's a great use case. Nakun, what would you so, you you know, you kind of referenced, you know, making apps. And I think that people who are very technical. They think of that as a very a very technical project, but you just kind of outlined. It's not. You know, you can use ChatGPT and and, you know, very beginner friendly programs like Figma to get an app off the ground. And that's something that that you and and and some of your some of your friends are doing. So so talk a little bit kind of about the app that you're even building right now?

Nikunj [00:07:54]:

Yeah. So me and our friends, we started this app a few months ago at the beginning of the last semester. And what we're kinda doing is we're we're kinda finding a way for college students to find the best events every night on campus. And right now, it's in colleges soon. We hope to be in cities and stuff. But to when we started building this app, we had no experience in app development whatsoever. Like, we're computer science students that know how to code, map development is a different monster altogether. So we kinda get in. We're watching a bunch of YouTube videos trying to familiarize ourselves with concepts But learning a whole new language and interface and, like, Xcode Swift, all this was, like, so new to us. So what we started doing is we'd watch videos and write our own code, and then we'd be we find ourselves with a bunch of errors that we had no idea how to tackle. So we'd put into ChatGPT, and we'd say Here's our code. Here's our errors. Can you help me to fix it? And ChatGPT would give really detailed responses on what the issue was exactly, how we can tackle it, and how we can avoid this error next time.

So using ChatGPT, we not only started making the brief outline of our app, and we not only started to, like, kind of build the the foundation of our app, but we also started to learn how to properly use Xcode and Swift And now I can say for sure that I'm very fluent in Swift. I can use Xcode. I can if you give me a prompt for an app, I'm, like, a 100% certain that I can build it now. And this is because of how helpful ChatGPT has been in helping me learn kind of, like, the the foundational elements of Swift the next code. And I'm certain that I can do this for anything like Flutter, Android studio, any app development platform, it can help you with that.

Jordan [00:09:34]:

Here's here's a question I wasn't thinking of, but just came up on my mind. Do you think that I mean, maybe not now, but maybe in the future. Do you think that tools like ChatGPT, you know, like Google's BARD, do you think that these are gonna become as important or maybe even more important then college?

How college gives a deep understanding of major topics

Nikunj [00:09:55]:

Maybe not as much as college because in college, what's happening is you're taking a lot of classes that a lot of people say are used list. You know? Like like, I just show a computer architecture class. Like, diving deep into, like, the fundamentals of how the insides of a computer are are wired and built. And it it seems like you're not gonna need that in a job, but the point of it is to really give you a deep understanding of of what your exact major is. So when you're met with, like, a foundational question, you know how to work from the ground up. So I think ChatGPT PT is a good way for you to learn the basics of something quick and something that like like, xcode, you don't need to know all of computer science for that. You need to know how to use xcode and you switch. So it can help with things like that, but I think what's revolutionary about it is, at first, what was revolutionary was just knowing how to talk to a machine. like, writing, like, a very difficult code sequence in, like, in machine code, like assembly code, like, MIPS or something, and having a computer just understand what that means. Then after that, it was really revolutionary to have languages like c plus plus where you can compile and actually have code that comes out and, like, see what you're building. Right?

And now what's gonna start happening using AI is we're gonna have we're gonna be able to write code build apps, build projects, without even needing code. We're gonna be able to put in prompts, like, build me an app that does so and so, and you'll see the app come up without you having to write a single line of code. that's what's gonna start happening. Maybe maybe the future generations aren't gonna have to, like, even understand code. They're just gonna need to think about, like, what to create. So I think the the faster we can get in on ChatGPT and use that with our university and college learnings, the faster we can to building revolutionary products that help humanity and get get people to living faster and more comfortable lives.

Jordan [00:11:46]:

Yeah. I love that. So let's let's talk a little bit to to hit rewind there about 20 seconds. So even just talking about how AI or ChatGPT, whatever you wanna say, is being used in universities, you know, across the country right now. So It sounds like, you know, at least you Avaya is offering a lot of, you know, AI immersion. You you you know, kind of like what we talked about before the show, getting you guys plugged in all over the place. But outside of that, how do you think just across the country maybe? I'm sure you are talking to your friends that go to other colleges, how is AI being presented in the university setting? Is it, hey. don't use it. Hey. Only use it under these circumstances. What's it like now for a student?

AI in education: cool or dangerous?

Nikunj [00:12:32]:

Yeah. So Mark Anderson actually recently published an article in which he compared the use of AI to be and, like, that being taught students like Prometheus bringing fire to to the humans. You know? Like, it's a very dangerous thing. Fire can it can build really cool things. It can also destroy. And AI is being presented just like that in many universities around the world, and you guys are really picking up on this. So, like, you guys, one of one of the schools that's bringing a lot of software engineers to Silicon Valley, bringing a lot of entrepreneurs as well. And all and AI is being taught to us at a freshman sophomore level. So I just took a class. It was my freshman year last year, and I took a class in which we were able to build an MRI brain tumor detector, and we learned the foundations of machine learning using a pi different Python libraries to and we were able to take in brain MRI scans, and it would output with a 93% accuracy whether the brain MRI had a tumor or not. And that was a really cool project to work on. It was very difficult, but we had some great guidance. And we have great class is that build up on that, which I didn't even think was possible. But, yeah, we have cool intro to machine learning, AI, and then AI ethics as well, which is very important. doing it's it's doing a really good job on not just teaching, like, how it can be used, but teaching us how to be AI literate and teaching us how like, the actual math behind it and then how the code that we write after the math is is outputting, like, the stuff that we know about, not just, like, us, like, knowing a few like, few terms from library and being able to output that using, like, catch up with tea. Yeah. So it's that's a great analogy. Right? So talking about AI kind of being fire and it can do

Jordan [00:14:15]:

great good or great you you know, can be destructive. Yeah. How would you how would you encourage other students maybe those that don't have as technical of a background as you. How would you encourage them to better use AI to kind of solve problems in their everyday life?

Nikunj [00:14:35]:

Yeah. So I'd say anytime you have a question, anytime you have a foundational question about anything that you're interested in, Go to ChatGPT. Whether it's like you're in a rabbit hole about, like, deep space physics or something, just go to ChatGPT and ask it as many questions as possible because it's, like, the teacher that you don't have standing right next to you. Right? Like, you have so much knowledge infused in one in one website or whatever, so you can really use that to its full extent. And I'd say beyond that, start working on passion projects. because now more than ever, like, yes, internships and making money are important, but you also have the opportunity to work on cool projects that either make you money or teach you a lot more about a certain subject. Use ChatGPT with T for that. Use it to teach you how to build something, how to scale it, Whether it's a podcast, whether it's an app, try using chat activity and seeing how far it gets you. And then from there, you'll even if it doesn't work out, at least you'll have learned a skill that not many other students are doing right now. Yeah. That's

Jordan [00:15:35]:

such good advice. Like, I hope I hope so many students are are listening to to what Nikunge is is talking about here. So a couple couple comments and questions I wanna get it to. Ellington just saying great work. Thank you. Jupiter just saying, teaching us to be AI literate. that's that's such a good, Nikunjai. I love how you said it. Just it's you're either literate or not in AI. Okay. And it's not hard to take the steps. Professor Mohammed, just saying keep it up. Thank you. Iman actually, Iman had a good question here. So let's let's tackle this, and Again, if you're listening and if you have a question for NICU, just talking about how AI is being used in universities, please drop a question here. So there's a lot of questions. Let's just tackle the first half. So Aman is asking, but how will people without knowledge of tech and app development keep up with all these changing trends. It's a great question because, Nuku, as I'm sure people maybe even some of your classmates are hearing this, and they're like, oh, this is great. Great idea, but I'm not highly technical. So how can students who aren't very technical use kind of AI outside of just how they're using it, which is to write papers. How can they do that?

College network provides valuable connections for growth

Nikunj [00:16:48]:

Yeah. So I think what's great about the structure of universities colleges. A lot of people have said this before, but I'll I'll say it again just for the sake of, like, how it fits in. It's it's paying a lot more than the knowledge, you're paying for a a great network and and connections. And these are buzzwords I know, but I'm really seeing after my 1st year at U of I. How many cool people out of I've I've met, like, really cool people that are working within, like, quant firms or, like, AI, spaces, or blockchain. And all these people have won thing that is that is similar, they all go out of their way to meet cool people. And from these cool people, you can learn things, and you can get in on things. Suppose there's someone else building an app in your college, and you're a graphic designer. You can go up to that that person's sake. Here's the cool stuff I've made. If you want, I can help you with your app. I can help, like, draw out the Figma UI UX Designs. And then from there, we can work on something really cool together. And then using that network that you have, you can you can build some really cool things with people. And without having that technical literacy, at the start. You can start developing that just by talking to people, just by working with them. And I think a lot of colleges have this, but you of ours is one that really does this at a at a high level. They have a Silicon Valley trip, which is where you meet the alumni of your college that are working in in Silicon Valley either as CEOs at either his high end C Suite executives. But I had a chance to go on that, and I met some really, really cool people And I met some really cool alumni too. We met Tom Siebel, who's the CEO of C3AI. Mhmm. We met this ETO, of ScaleAI, which are 2 huge AI firms, and each of them were driving home on on the on the on very similar topics. Number 1, understand how to use AI and passion projects, work on really cool stuff that not other student that not many other students are working on, read a lot of AI books, and, finally, understand AI ethics and just talk with people, have debates, get on podcasts, and and discuss how AI can be used in the right direction. Because if we do not talk about this now, it might end up being the destruct

Jordan [00:18:56]:

destructive version of fire that the gods warned from atheists about. Yeah. Students or anyone, if you're just looking to learn, like, you should just literally be taking notes of what Nikuj is saying right now. He like, coming from someone on the other side. Right? Like, I've been I've been out of school for a very long time. But the the advice and the practical steps that you're laying out for can can be so beneficial for students right now. It's crazy. So Make sure that you're listening to this right down what Nickouge is saying. But I do have one more question. And if anyone else listening has any questions, Please please leave a comment. But my kind of last question is this, Nikunge. So we talk about I think there's different levels that students can be using AI. Right? And I think you laid out ones that aren't even very difficult. You you know, even in terms of, like, hey. It's not technically that hard to get an app off the ground. You know? If you can collaborate and and and take advantage of all these resources that your college probably has. But I'm gonna hit rewind because we know that probably every single student is using chatty PT. So maybe what's 1 or 2 kind of new or exciting use cases for ChatGPT that maybe the everyday student can use outside or just, hey. Write my paper. Yeah. Maybe things that can really help them in their everyday life that don't really have to do with anything, you know, developing an app or, you know, creating software or something like that. what would those, you know, 1 or 2 pieces of advice be?

AI helps build discipline and solve problems

Nikunj [00:20:27]:

Yeah. So I think one really cool thing is you can have it help you build discipline in your everyday life. So a lot of things college students struggle with is, like, something like getting up early, having a a fit schedule where, like, you're allocating time to learning, like, developing and spending time with friends. So if you put in a list of every single thing that you're doing, And then, like, you you say, I I wanna wake up at this time. I wanna go to bed at this time. It'll give you a nice, like, hour by hour schedule. on, like, when to fit in food, when to fit in classes, when to fit in this, that, which I think is really cool. And I think another really cool thing that it can help you with is if you ask it to like, in your in your classes that that you're taking. So, yes, you can ask it to write USAs, but you can also ask it to write USAs to help you learn. So if you're if you're like, you're like, suppose you're in physics and you're you're trying to learn a specific way to do a problem, you can put in, like, the exact question like, that that that is being asked to you, and and you can ask it, teach me the fundamental basics of this problem and a step by step approach on how I can solve it. And -- Mhmm. -- it gives you a very technical and detailed approach. And it with chatty PT 3.5, the answer is not always correct, but you can use the steps on how to get there, which is usually correct. But with GPT 4, actually, I found that the answer is almost always correct. Like, it's it's frightening how Like, in in two seconds, they'll literally give you the right answer to a very difficult problem, which is really cool. Yeah. That's amazing.

Jordan [00:21:58]:

amazing advice because, yeah, I think a lot of students, you know, whether it's when they first step on a college campus or when their kind of schedule starts starts to ramp up. It becomes it can become hard. But, yeah, like like Nikhuda said, you can literally copy and paste your schedule. say, here's what's going well for me. Here's my struggles, you know, help me on a day to day basis. And, yeah, chatty boutique can literally just be a kind of a life tutor. So couple couple questions here that we'll get to. So Iman is asking what ethical considerations should students be aware of when using AI for everyday problems? What would you say are some ethical considerations, Nikunge?

Nikunj [00:22:37]:

So one thing I've been thinking about a lot recently is is how much do I want AI to do for me? Because a lot of times you can get into, like, a a flow state where you're just, like, like, doing something and you're, like, you're you put into chatgbt, and then you just, like, output it, and then you work on the next thing. And then while chatgbt is, like, generating the the other problem that you're working on. So I think we need to find ways to become independent of chatgbt, an independent of AI, and have AI become dependent on us. So everything that AI is is, like, creating everything it's doing needs to be based on on prompts that, like, it might not have seen before. So it's it's like, you're using it to do things that are repetitive and boring for you that you already how to do, and you're working on tackling harder things that you may not know about. because if you use it to write, like, all of your code, if you use it to write all of your essays, then you're getting to a space where you're not really learning anything yourself. And in a few year like, you may not realize it now, but in a few years, you might find that you don't have the skills you don't have any value compared to any other, like, student like like, at on any other university. Right? So we need to use ChatGPT to learn. We need to use it to create, but we should not use it to become us. Otherwise, we're in a very dangerous space where like, students aren't as important anymore, and chatty Vitty does all of the work needed for us.

Jordan [00:23:59]:

Yeah. That's that's deep. Right? Like, You like, you almost wanna be able to use it in almost every aspect of your life when you see the the output and and how powerful it can be, but you know, that's a great point. You know, at what point do you need to, you know, hit pause on that or just take take an extra couple of minutes, an extra couple of hours to really ingest it and to make sure that you're actually soaking it up and not just regurgitating, you know, and not just copy and pasting. So our our last question here so what are some future possibilities for AI and education that students should be aware of? Great question.

AI enhancing education and emerging technology fields

Nikunj [00:24:37]:

Interesting. So I think some future possibilities for AI and education would be that teachers are actually gonna start using AI as well, whether it's it's gonna be AI detectors to check if you're cheating or not, or whether it's gonna be, like, creating curriculums and having, like like, classes like, being framed out by AI, which means that if if teachers start doing this, if projects are, like, kind of being introduced by AI, then you're gonna have everybody using the same same, like, framework to teach a concept, which in some ways can be really helpful because everything that you're teaching is like, the the teacher's teaching it using AI, and the students are learning it also using AI. So that can be really cool. And I think we can also start seeing really cool emergence of classes, which haven't been thought of before, like using AI to, like, navigate social media or Like, being able to, like, create viral videos with with AI and or viral, like like, using photography in with AI. Right? because Photoshop has some really cool things right now where you can, like, kind of, like, like, highlight an element, and then you can use AI to, like, fix it completely for you. instead of having to go through the rigorous task in Adobe Photoshop to actually go through and, like like, correct every little blemish. So I think Just having, like, different fields, like sub fields, talk about AI is really cool. I know a friend who's doing bioengineering at Youabuy right now, talking a lot about AI in their, like, EC class like, electrical engineering classes and talking about how different chips in biotechnology right now. are being used to integrate AI within, like, things like prosthetic limbs. So, like, it it senses, like, the neural, like, messages that you're sending to your body, an Asian guy can, like, like, raise a finger on the prosthetic machine or something. These technologies have been out for a while, but now that AI is something that is so easy to use, People are really working on teaching that, and we should work on learning that.

AI helps students and creatives learn better

Jordan [00:26:34]:

Yeah. Love that. And, you know, as as we wrap things up here, Jupiter Great. great comment. You know? AI will help creatives be more creative. Yeah. I think, you know, even, you know, what what Nikunge is saying, I think it's just gonna help students become better students if you can actually use it and leverage it. And that's what this show's all about. Nicoj, we took we had so many questions. so many thoughts, so many hot takes. I love it. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I really appreciate it. Yeah. Thank you for having me, Jordan. It was awesome. Alright. So just as a reminder, go to your everyday dotai.com. Sign up for the newsletter. We're gonna be sharing some links and some more information about some of the things that Nikunge was was talking about, and we do this every single day. So we're gonna have a lot of guests for the rest of the week, you know, and make sure to if you are watching this live, check out the podcast, subscribe, all that good stuff. Can't wait to see you all back tomorrow and every day on every day AI. Thank you.

Nikunj [00:27:36]:

Yep. See you.

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