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How to Pitch Me
I often get many emails and DM’s from individuals looking for help promoting their new GPT-3 startup, AI model, OpenAI competitor, product line, or project. I realized that a lot of people may not know how to pitch me or what my preferences are, so, I thought I’d put together a basic outline of a good pitch!
My preference is to be contacted via my Twitter DM’s which are open to the public.
Safety & Integrity
I’d love to hear what your startup or AI company is doing when it comes to safety, bias, ethics, consent, alignment and other considerations. I’m looking for some brief information.
Here are some ideas to get you started:
- How are you handling user submitted input? Do you have appropriate guard rails, content filtering, and oversight? Is there a human in the loop in your process?
- Have you committed significant research or funding towards the hard safety problems in the LLM and multimodal space?
- What is your commitment to safety?
- What have you learned so far about bias, safety, and model reliability as a result of running your startup?
I deeply respect and I’m happy to promote companies that are working on building safe AI. I view Safety Leadership as a strong predictor of AI company success.
Keep your pitch very brief! Max 250 words
The truth is I get bored very easily and people are pitching me all the time. Ideally, if you have a truly unique and interesting GPT-3 use case that impresses me, I’m far more likely to promote your startup
Do you have any existing customers? Revenues? What has the response from the market been like? Are you running into unique GPT-3 scaling issues?
Use Simple Language
Keep it simple!
I deeply appreciate anyone who takes the time to contact me and of course I wish them luck in their project! I try my best to respond to people, but unfortunately, I cannot guarantee a response for every single pitch. Thank you for your understanding.