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AI Genealogy Seminars: From Basics to Breakthroughs

I could not be more excited about sharing this announcement and learning with you. Registration opens Tuesday 20 February 2024, 1 PM ET, for "AI Genealogy Seminars: From Basics to Breakthroughs," one of eleven virtual courses offered this summer by the National Genealogical Society's GRIP Genealogical Institute (formerly the "Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh"). I … Continue reading AI Genealogy Seminars: From Basics to Breakthroughs

Open GeneaGPT (the community-built genealogy AI tool) has been updated

Open GeneaGPT (the community-built genealogy AI tool) has been updated from version 2 to version 3 as of Monday 22 January 2024. This is a significant update, transforming Open GeneaGPT into a smarter and more engaging companion for exploring family history, making it easier and more enjoyable for everyone. It brings changes like better conversations, … Continue reading Open GeneaGPT (the community-built genealogy AI tool) has been updated

Exploring Custom GPTs: My Journey into AI Tools for Genealogy

Jump straight the the growing list of Genealogy Bots here or access them at OpenAI Store by searching for bots with the term "genealogy." Custom GPTs are free for ChatGPT Plus subscribers ($20/month). I also teach genealogists and educators how to make their own custom genealogy GPTs, hands-on, step-by-step; enrolling now. Friends, you may have … Continue reading Exploring Custom GPTs: My Journey into AI Tools for Genealogy

Can ChatGPT Help with Genealogy Citations?

This article originally appeared on FamilyLocket.com. See https://familylocket.com/can-chatgpt-help-with-genealogy-citations/ If you’re curious about how artificial intelligence (AI) might help you become more efficient, consider experimenting with citations. The large language models (LLMs) that have become popular in the last year might prove useful in this area. I’ve been using ChatGPT to experiment with AI in the last month … Continue reading Can ChatGPT Help with Genealogy Citations?

Creating More Consistent Images with DALL-E 3

(This post was originalyl published on the blog Dana Leeds: Creator of the Leeds Method.) As genealogists, we find ourselves at the intersection of history and technology. Today’s example comes from the evolving field of AI-generated imagery. Earlier today, Steve Little from AI Genealogy Insights highlighted a resource that addresses a common challenge with DALL-E 3: fine-tuning the … Continue reading Creating More Consistent Images with DALL-E 3