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Uncover the Secrets of Immortality and the 80/20 Rule with Sam Altman’s Mind-Blowing MidJourney V6




Mid Journey V6 is Good, Very Good | Sam Alman’s Blog

Mid Journey V6 is Good, Very Good | Sam Alman’s Blog

The Impressive AI Generation Software

Sam Alman posts a Blog about how to win at life and I got to say there’s a reason why this guy is running open AI the question is can he live forever so I’m not going to go into huge amounts of detail on Mid Journey V6. I just say I love it. I’ve been using Mid Journey for a long time; it’s my favorite AI generation software and it’s very impressive to see where it’s going.

Impressive Details

Take a look at this oil painting with thick brush strokes that’s part of the prompt. As somebody pointed out, Mid Journey V6 will actually render the paint clumping together and raising off the canvas in 3D which is referred to as impasto or pasta-like.

One thing that stands out is the impressive lighting in the paintings generated by Mid Journey V6. The attention to detail in things like the reflection of light in droplets of water, eyes of a cat, or a necklace is truly remarkable.

Overall, the AI-generated images from Mid Journey V6 are pushing the boundaries of photorealism with added artistry and detail.

Sam Alman’s Insightful Thoughts

In Sam Alman’s blog post, he shares his thoughts on winning at life and key principles for success. He emphasizes the importance of optimism, obsession, self-belief, raw horsepower, and personal connections to get started on something. He also stresses the value of teamwork, setting the right incentives, and focusing on high-impact activities.

Sam Alman also mentions the significance of recruiting superstars, long-term orientation, and the power of fast iteration. He advocates for clear communication, fighting bureaucracy, and focusing on outcomes rather than processes. His insights highlight the importance of surrounding oneself with great people and constantly learning and growing.

Investing in Longevity

It’s interesting to note that Sam Alman is investing in companies that are working towards extending human lifespan. One such company, Retro Biosciences, aims to add 10 years to the average human lifespan through aggressive research and development in anti-aging technology.

Sam Alman’s investments in longevity research, along with his background in running OpenAI, demonstrate his commitment to tackling big problems with innovative solutions.

Looking Ahead to 2024

As we approach the new year, Sam Alman expresses optimism about the future and the potential for groundbreaking discoveries in 2024. He encourages his readers to relax, recharge, and be prepared for the exciting developments that lie ahead.

With Sam Alman’s vision and investment in cutting-edge technologies, it’s clear that he is at the forefront of pushing the boundaries of what is possible in AI and longevity research.

2024 promises to be a year of innovation and progress, and Sam Alman’s insights and investments are poised to play a significant role in shaping the future of technology and human longevity.


Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama
Leah Sirama, a lifelong enthusiast of Artificial Intelligence, has been exploring technology and the digital realm since childhood. Known for his creative thinking, he's dedicated to improving AI experiences for all, making him a respected figure in the field. His passion, curiosity, and creativity drive advancements in the AI world.
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47 COMMENTS

  1. MidJourney v6 detail and coherence is wild. People would pay big bucks for a NSFW version that's for sure. Add on Magnific AI and the need for real life photos are a thing of the past.

  2. For a scientific experiment to be acknowledged you need around 393 subjects to be studied and have a positive result for 200 of those subjects. So in the longevity study you will nee₫ around 800 subjects, and half of them being treated for longevity, and the other half is for check… If 200 of those 393 treated live 10 years longer than all of the 800. you are successful.
    No one has done this study, it is impossible verify.

  3. Thank you , Wes , for your hard work this year to put out this excellent content.
    I started watching you when you had 10-15k subscribers, and didn't have high opinion about your added value back then, but you really have improved and deserve the 10x subscriber increase!
    Great work! Looking forward to a wild 2024 as well.

  4. It is unfortunate that nicely packaged pseudoscience from great communicators like Peter Atilla is convincing people that consistent animal and test tube research makes rapamycin or metformin viable longevity treatments…

  5. It's always wild whenever nearly everything I'm into starts to converge. I've been taking longevity supplements since 2018 and been very interested in all the discoveries relating to anti-aging, and now here we are discovering that Sam Altman is in that same camp. Bryan Johnson has also been talking a lot about AI and how important it is for us to be healthy in this new world of AI. Just a side note, I talk to GPT all the time about my health and longevity goals, and it provides me insightful feedback. I have no doubt these models and algorithms will help us live longer healthier lives. Have a Merry Christmas!

  6. 00:02 Sam Altman loves the capabilities of MidJourney V6 AI generation software.
    01:34 Upscaled images are phenomenal with more detail and immersiveness
    03:07 Sam Altman appreciates MidJourney's AI image capabilities and mechanics.
    04:40 Sam Altman emphasizes the 80/20 rule for success.
    06:28 Focus on the essential 20% for 80% output, recruit Superstars, and embrace fast iteration.
    08:09 Sam Altman is interested in longevity treatments like metformin for anti-aging.
    09:47 Investing in biologic immortality research and extending human lifespan
    11:30 Investing in revolutionary technologies

  7. Think of it this way, Wes: AI makes most jobs obsolete, then longevity advances means at least a select class of people will live to 150 and maybe beyond.

    Put those two things together and you start to see why certain things are happening in the world. Those who know are trying to transition us into a different economy – not one that’s debt and inflation based.

  8. I think medical science should use AI to cure cancer. I mean, duh right. I'm sure they are working on it, but I will be disappointed if in five years we haven't made huge strides here.

  9. I don't know if this is true or not but someone told me that there was a meeting some time ago in CA, with Elon Musk, Bill Gates and some others, about anti-aging. I was told that Elon was more interested in transferring consciousness to digital platform and had a discussion about it with Gates.

  10. I don’t understand how Midjourney, which charges its users for its services, continues to use Discord for image creation. They should have a website with a more intuitive interface. The only reason they haven’t done it is that the secret technology they use only works on Discord, or they are too lazy to develop the web.

  11. In the Lex Friedman Interview with Ray Kurzweil, Ray speaks on Longevity Excape Velocity. He predicts we will be able to add more than a year of life, to your life each year by 2030. Thus making one able to leave forever, barring an explosion.

  12. The search for the alchemists stone, the elixir of eternal youth, the quest that has lasted through the course of time. The true alchemy is that which is conducted within the soul and any extension of life without the mind gold is fruitless, worthless and cannot produce any viable good beauty in the world.

  13. Regarding rejuvenation I am quite optimistic for multiple reasons. A) AGI and recursive self improvement: most likely after AGI is reached and starts to improve its own code, train new models and builds new hardware ( helping it to do this increasingly better) we may see a rapid (not necessarily a hard takeoff) acceleration to ASI (superintelligence thousands or more times as intelligent as humans) b) robotics to automize and paralyze lab research. But the most important may be c) ai driven (transformer based likely but more narrow in scope then LLMs) digital twins or surrogate models of physical (specifically biological in this context) systems. Alpha Fold and GNoME are good examples. Ray Kurzweil also spoke about this. We now have text to drug which essentially predicts drug molecules suprisingly accurate. So ai models to predict interventions of all sorts. More important (and we may see this according to Kurzweil towards the end of the decade) surrogate models of the human physiology, so essentially we could simulate disease and test potential drugs in it. So instead spending 10 years and billions in clinical trials in a few hundred real humans, we may do it in weeks, inexpensive in hundreds of millions virtual humans. So we could go through all biological problems (disease as well as aging, with which I mean the accumulated self inflicted damage in the body), go through the most promising solutions for each and the test them virtually and quickly, thus heavily derisking them before going to real humans. With this we may quickly get to longevity escape velocity LEV (essentially live long enough to live forever as Kurzweil coined it). But more then that by effectively addressing all the hallmarks of aging we may not only live longer but eventually return back to a biological age of the early twenties, which we should then be able to hold by periodically apply the therapies to repair the damage of aging. As Aubrey de Grey put it: I think it is reasonable to suppose that one could oscillate between being biologically 20 and biologically 25 indefinitely. De grey sees this with 50 percent probability in 2036, but he looks at it from a pure biotech perspective, ignoring the role of AI. I hope we get there quicker

  14. Thank you for the video. I am glad you are feeling better. I can only imagine how long and involved your Midjourney prompts are. One warning from a former Metformin user (diabetic not anti-aging)…the initial transition is a nightmare of nausea and diarrhea (personal experience). The nausea never stopped for me and I had to quit the drug.

  15. Awesome Wes !! TBT tho – my cats never looked like that! Please keep on keeping with your outstanding content and presentation. And oh, a.i. will never match the sauve zen Wes Roth voice !! Keep it vocal and keep it real.

  16. Altman is new Barbra Streisand? Any rejuvenation project is always fake, fraud and fooling everyone. This reminds korean veterinary 😅 which cloned people using all Korea state finances and support from rotten elites, which is only client and user of such. Never rotten elites will allow anyone live longer, this is against the foundation of money and power. 😅 i really recommend bobbybroccoli documentary about korean cloning fraud of century, which in fact damaged health of almost hundred women forever.

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