[FF] Banks continue shutting down customer accounts
AutoGPT looks like the next frontier
Good morning and welcome to the first issue of Friday Five. Inspired by Tim Ferris, I aim to push out the five most interesting finds - books, articles, videos, tweets, anything, really - to you!
So without further ado, I bring thee you:
Banks Are Closing Customer Accounts, With Little Explanation
Increasing attention to suspicious-seeming transactions has led to some people suddenly losing access to their bank accounts. The reasons are often a mystery.
The reason it happens is quiet simple: if the cost of compliance > cost of maintaining the account, account is shut down.
This video showcases the rise of autonomous AI, including 5 major developments in the last 48 hours.
SuperApps are… unfocused
Kevin Aluwi, Co-Founder at Go-Jek, the largest internet company in Indonesia, shares his learning about how people perceive Super Apps.
Large Language Models from scratch
This and volume 2 explains how LLM’s work in the most simple way I have heard, and I think I finally get it!
GPT4 builds and deploys code through voice command
(the embed currently doesn’t work because of Twitter/Substack row)
Junior Software Engineers are gonna face some tough competition.
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