Recomendo - issue #365
I noticed Claudia uploads dreams and “audio files of (her) therapy sessions”. I want to sound a note of caution to everyone: All data, including personal and sensitive material, uploaded to a web service is a candidate for hacking and/or data mismanagement. I realize the attraction and convenience of services like audiopen.ai but we should be conscious of the risks associated with them.
Evidence of nasty incidents of this sort include the repeated hacking of password protection service LastPass.
Thanks for sharing audiopen.ai. I've been looking for something like this for a while. I often jot down my thoughts on the train or when walking, but that can be cumbersome to do when I've got so many things to say. I end up writing in notes and then not understanding what I've written when I look back days later!
I like the idea of Audiopen.ai but I am not a voice memo performer. At least not at the moment. I tend to key my random thoughts into Drafts, an app, with the thought that someday I will sit down with them and compile into a mindmap I can use to write into something. I think I can get on that with some sort of AI tool though, if I don’t become a voice memo person
Prompted by your suggestion, I tried out Movie Spoilers, using a favorite movie (Neil Jordan's "Butcher Boy") as a sample. What it gave me back was breathtakingly, howlingly wrong in every respect. Geez. It seemed as if perhaps some crude AI had combed the web, found a few bits and pieces, and assembled them together using best guesses and a lot of random chance. But it was absolutely useless for its stated purpose.
Thumbs down to Movie Spoilers - didn't have the first movie I looked up (Pi) and had the wrong ending for the second I tried (Flight of the Navigator).