Elevate your problem-solving with CircleChat's AI group chat

Plus: Superchat comes pre-loaded with useful personas, create a landing page in 60 seconds, and TalkBerry is your personal language tutor

A weekly newsletter that highlights new and innovative AI products that are worth exploring.

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Welcome to the 221 new subscribers that joined this week. On Tuesday, we surpassed 1,000 subscribers, a big milestone for me as I only started this newsletter a couple of months ago. Thanks to everyone that has shared AI Product Report with their friends. I owe you a beer…or tea 🙂 🍻 🍵

In this week’s issue:

  • CircleChat, a group chat of AI agents, is my product of the week

  • Superchat comes pre-loaded with useful AI personas

  • Create a landing page in 60 seconds with 60sec.site

  • TalkBerry, your personal language tutor

  • Plus, a recommended read on how AI could spell the end of big business

Spring is finally here in Seattle. Writing is so much nicer with sun and trees.


After testing dozens of new AI products this week. Here’s my top pick.

CircleChat: A group chat with different AI personas. CircleChat took the AI chatbot and put a creative spin on it to produce a product that is super useful. When you need help with something, rather than just chatting with a single chatbot, such as ChatGPT, you can use CircleChat to start a group chat with multiple AI personas and watch them bounce ideas off each other, collaborate, and solve your problem in real time. All you have to do is set an objective and the six pre-configured personas come together into one group chat and get to work.

CircleChat discussing how to grow my newsletter

After each group chat, CircleChat gives you a summary of the group’s recommendations, you can also join the group discussion, for instance if you want to push back on a suggestion, and the group will re-evaluate their recommendations.

It’s a really great way to get different perspectives on a single topic and generate a lot of ideas. I tested it out to see what the group thought would be the best way to grow my newsletter. While they did suggest some of the traditional growth methods (advertising, guest posts, etc), they did have some more unique ideas such as hosting webinars on AI.

There was something about having a conversation with multiple AIs at the same time, knowing that each had been given a different persona to emulate that made their recommendations much more powerful to me.

Another nice feature of CircleChat is that you can customize the prompt that AI agents work off of. You can set multiple sub-goals of the conversation and you can also modify the six default personas or add your own. These tweaks allow you to fine-tune the conversation to better align it with your business use cases.

Tweak the group chat parameters in CircleChat

[Public Launch | 20 free chats]


Three more AI products that are worth your time.

Superchat: AI chat client for iOS. What I like about SuperChat, besides it’s intuitive interface, is that it comes pre-loaded with different personas to chat with (travel agent, coding expert, etc). This approach results in much more specific and useful answers than simply chatting with ChatGPT. [Public Launch | Free]

60sec.site: Create a landing page in 60 seconds with no-code and AI. I've experimented with a few AI-generated landing page tools, and the 60sec.site is actually pretty good. Essentially, you describe the type of landing page you want and it generates it for you. Afterwards you can go in and make tweaks to it. I asked it to create a landing page for AI Product Report and while the page was pretty basic, it made it super fast. [Public Launch | $10 per month]

TalkBerry: Your personal language tutor. I’ve always struggled to learn a new language and tried a bunch of different apps, but nothing is as good as going to a country and being immersed in the language. TalkBerry feels like the next best thing. Pick a language and a situation (eg. sitting at a bar or visiting the grocery store) and begin chatting with the AI language tutor that sounds very realistic. This tool is better suited for those who already know the basics and want to improve conversational skills. Stick with Duolingo for the grammar basics. [Public Launch | Free and Paid]


Some other notable news and product launches from this week

Apple is rumored to be getting into the AI game with a health angle. “Quartz,” a new coaching service, aims to motivate users to exercise, eat better, and sleep well. It uses AI and data from an Apple Watch to suggest personalized coaching programs.

Snapchat released their AI chatbot to all users and has seen a huge spike in 1 star reviews that are paning the chatbot. As I said back in March when I tested it, it’s soulless and has bland responses that are unhelpful.

Yelp released an overhauled search experience that is now powered by AI to make it easier for you to find the best local business.

In response to Universal Music Group taking down the viral song of an AI generated Drake and The Weeknd, the artist Grimes says she’s happy to collaborate with AI producers and will spilt royalties 50/50 just like she does with her other collaborators.

Hugging Face, the open-source platform for AI developers released their own open-source AI chatbot named HuggingChat. It’s free, but to be honest, I’ve been underwhelmed by the quality of it’s responses.

Want a personal stylist but don’t have that Miranda Priestly money? MOD is your AI stylist that gives you outfit recommendations, style checks, and influencer-inspired styling. To celebrate their launch on Product Hunt this week, they’re offering a 30% discount with the voucher code PH30. Note: this is not a paid placement, I just think it looks like a cool product. Ladies only at the moment 💃🙂


If you only read one thing this week let it be this.

AI Could Spell the End of Big Business by Tyler Cowen

"Big business has been a fixture of American life since the late 19th century, and today more Americans work for big companies than for small ones. That could be about to change — in part because of the rise of artificial intelligence. Consider the most prestigious service that generates images using AI, a company called Midjourney. It has a total of 11 full-time employees. Perhaps more are on the way, but that is remarkably few workers for a company that is becoming widely known in its field. Part of the trick, of course, is that a lot of the work is done by computers and artificial intelligence. I don’t think this will lead to mass unemployment, because history shows that workers have typically managed to move from automating sectors into new and growing ones. But if some of the new job-creating sectors are personal services such as elder care, those jobs are typically in smaller and more local firms. That means fewer Americans working for big business..." BLOOMBERG


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