Jean Claude 3 kicks GPT4

The AI brawl is on!

Claude 3 just dropped, the EXPENSIVE GPT4 Killer?

It definitely murdered Gemini.

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Some features that people should pay attention to:

"The Claude 3 family of models will initially offer a 200K context window upon launch."

That's almost double than GPT4, and all 3 of them have that, including the speedy Claude Haiku.

"However, all three models are capable of accepting inputs exceeding 1 million tokens."

With near-perfect retrieval. RIP Gemini 1.5?


Opus is more than double of GPT4 Turbo output: $30 VS. $75 per 1 million tokens.

But the other 2 models are cheaper, costing half than GPT4.

If the performance is stable and reliable enough, people will not need THE fastest, or THE smartest, but the most balanced AI.

Is it Claude 3?

To conclude, the CLEAR loser is Gemini, which gets blasted in pretty much all areas.

Now let’s make you smarter and more productive, with the AI Second Brain:

I’m Alex Northstar, AI consultant, educator on X/Twitter, worked with Google. Upskilled 300+ professionals, educating 9000 entrepreneurs online.

Here’s the AI value that you get this week, Big Brain:

  1. ActionableGPT (optimize strategically)

  2. Planty (AI for plants?)

  3. Customized AI Learning

  4. Mere Exposure Effect (familiar = liked)

Let’s deep dive into the productive AI Brain to win 2024!

P.S. If you missed the newsletter from last week: The AI robots are coming

1/3 Power Prompt: Double your Speed & Results

Consider them as extensions of your brain, allowing you to do the work of 10 people in 1. Immediate actionable value to copy, paste, bookmark and use.

This week we have:



1. You want to think strategically.

2. You want to optimize your resources.

Here’s the full prompt to copy-paste, feel free to tweak and get benefits:



Explain the importance of strategic decision-making and resource optimization in personal and professional life. Mention the common issue of dispersing efforts on non-impactful activities and the need to focus on actions that directly contribute to achieving major goals.


Use clear, motivational, and action-oriented language. Avoid jargon and make the advice universally applicable, ensuring it's understandable by individuals from various backgrounds.


Detail the expected outcomes from this interaction, which include a list of bad habits to eliminate, strategies for goal setting, and techniques for maintaining focus and motivation. Indicate that the response should contain practical, actionable steps.


Request a step-by-step guide on:

Identifying and eliminating counterproductive habits.

Setting and prioritizing goals that align with one's mission.

Maintaining focus on impactful activities and projects.

Implementing strategies to stay motivated and on track towards goal completion.


State any specific limitations, such as avoiding generic advice and focusing on techniques that can be applied immediately. Emphasize that the strategies should be applicable to both personal development and professional growth.

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I share with you the best AI Agents, Clones, GPTs.

To chat, get guidance and put AI to work for you.

This week we have:


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This is my way of giving back. Take care of your plants, please.

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This week:

The Mere Exposure Effect: Harnessing Familiarity for Success

Unraveling the Mere Exposure Effect

The Mere Exposure Effect suggests that the more we are exposed to something, the more we tend to like it. This can apply to a range of things - from products and brands to ideas and people. In the realm of business, it's why consistent branding and repeated advertising can be so effective.

Why It's Crucial for High Performers

Understanding this principle is crucial because it underpins many aspects of customer engagement and brand strategy. Leveraging the power of familiarity can build trust and comfort with your audience, which is essential for long-term relationships and brand loyalty.

4 Strategies to Leverage the Mere Exposure Effect

  1. Consistent Branding: Ensure your branding is consistent across all platforms. This repeated exposure builds familiarity and, by extension, preference.

  2. Regular Communication: Keep in touch with your audience through regular updates, newsletters, or social media posts. The key is consistency in your messaging and presence.

  3. Utilize Retargeting Strategies: In digital marketing, retargeting can serve to increase the frequency with which a potential customer sees your brand, enhancing the Mere Exposure Effect.

  4. Product Placement: Placing your products or services in familiar settings or alongside familiar items can subconsciously increase their appeal.

The Mere Exposure Effect is a subtle yet powerful force in shaping preferences and decisions. By understanding and ethically applying this principle, you can significantly enhance your branding, marketing, and relationship-building strategies.

Remember, familiarity breeds liking, and in the world of business and personal growth, being liked is halfway to being trusted.

IQ Boost Recap today:

  • ActionableGPT (optimize strategically)

  • Planty (AI for plants)

  • Customized AI Learning

  • Mere Exposure Effect (familiar = liked)

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