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How to get the AutoPilot Free Trial?

Please post “AutoPilot Extended Free Trial” in this thread. The extended free trial doubles the count of articles you can generate with AutoPilot (6 articles instead of just 3 with the standard free trial). Furthermore, the BHW Free Trial will remove the AI generations count limit/ 30 minutes that is applied to to the standard free account and you'll get access to all our modules, including AutoPilot, CoPilot, RePilot, Long-Form Pilot, Translate and the other 9 additional AI modules. You will receive the activation and usage instructions via PM*


How to extend the AutoPilot Free Trial?

After using our BHW free trial offer, post your honest review in this thread, send us the link to your review via PM and we will reset your free trial so you could use it again in the same terms.
Please note that you will not be able to access the AutoPilot modules if you just sign-up for the Sensit Assistant Free or Paid plans.


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Only for BHW users we will offer a 7 days money back guarantee if the user has not generated more than 10k characters in Assistant modules and/ or 3 Articles in AutoPilot module (please contact us via the indicated email address when requesting a refund). Please use the free trial before deciding to subscribe to our services.


*Your BHW account must be at least 1 Month old and your post count must be higher than 30. Older accounts/ with higher post count are prioritized. We reserve the right to select the members for whom these offers/ deals are available.
 
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I tested this tool during its beta-phase and @Cognitive gave me access to the final iteration of the tool today.
I was expecting a lot from this tool...and boy, it did deliver a lot more than expected. This tool is a game-changer.

The flow of the article is perfect, if you ask me. The words count...1300 in 1 minute is excellent. But the most important thing is that the article is relevant and it always stays on topic. As I know a few things about AI models, I can tell you that this is one of the most difficult things: making the AI to stay on topic when writing long-form content without human intervention. I guess this is the reason they’re using 6 different models.
I didn’t do any proper research before asking the AI to write on my topic and I didn’t use the research option inside this tool either. ( although this is a very interesting addition, it uses AI to scan a few competitors and gathers data from like Google Trends, People also asked, Related Searches etc). I just wrote my topic in its designated box, and asked the AI to generate the rest of the details: description, keywords, outlines. All the process took less than 5 minutes and I got this:

I will paste here the entire article:
Unfortunately, acne is an ugly fact of life for some people. While just a few adults have it at some point, most teenagers often face this annoying issue. Acne flare-ups are common throughout puberty and adolescence because our bodies go through rapid changes that can affect skin health.
If you're looking for ways to get rid of your pimples, read on!
Cleanse Your Skin First
The first step in treating any kind of skin problem is cleansing -- we need to clean pores and prevent bacteria from getting into them. However, if you've been using harsh cleansers or products with alcohol that dry out your skin, you may want to start off by washing your face with an oil-based cleanser instead. Oil will help moisturize your skin while it washes away dirt and grime. It also won't strip away all the necessary oils needed to keep your skin healthy. After washing, use toner and then apply lotion. You should do this every morning and evening, but don't overdo it -- too much moisture can cause breakouts.
Try applying a good moisturizing cream right after cleansing. This will help seal in water and nutrients as well as add extra hydration. Don't forget about sunscreen -- you'll be outside more during these warmer months, so take care of your exposed skin. Sunscreen isn't just important for protecting against sunburn; it helps protect your skin's ability to produce vitamin A, which promotes healthy skin and hair [Source: Mayo Clinic].
Now that your skin has had a chance to soak up some water, let's talk about how to treat those pesky zits.
A word of caution before heading down below: make sure you check with your doctor before trying anything like the treatments listed here. They can sometimes irritate sensitive skin.
1. Cleansing Lotion/Gel
Cleansing creams and gels usually contain ingredients such as salicylic acid, benzoyl peroxide or sulfur. These substances kill bacteria and reduce inflammation, helping to clear the skin and get rid of pimples. Some even come with special exfoliating beads that scrub away dead skin cells and other gunk that clogs pores and leads to pimple formation.
You can buy cleansing solutions online or at drugstores, but they tend to be quite pricey. Be warned that there aren't many options available for cheap cleansers -- the cheapest ones I could find were $10 per jar. But if you're willing to spend money, there are lots of great brands out there that offer high quality products. The best way to test a new product is to sample different ones until you find one that works for you. Remember that whatever solution you choose, your goal is to unclog your pores and remove excess buildup.
If you'd rather not bother buying a cleanser, you can always try doing it yourself. Just wash your face thoroughly, apply an astringent (such as witch hazel) to really tighten your pores, then rinse it off with warm water. Pat your face dry gently, and apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly. Leave it overnight and wipe off the next day [Source: Dr. Pimple Popper].
Another option would be to mix together baking soda and salt in equal amounts and rub this paste onto your face. Let it sit for five minutes, then rinse off. Do this once a week.
2. Salicylic Acid Gel or Liquid
Salicylic acid is another popular ingredient used in acne treatment. It contains alpha hydroxy acids, which soften the skin and improve circulation, plus antibacterial properties to fight infection [Source: WebMD]. Salicylic acid can be found in several forms, including gels, liquids and ointments.
Most gels work similarly to cleansers and contain similar active ingredients. Most contain between 5 percent and 10 percent salicylic acid, although some higher-end products boast concentrations as high as 20 percent. If you suffer from very severe acne, however, you might want to consult your dermatologist about whether stronger chemicals are better suited for your needs.
Liquids are generally less potent than cleansers, but still effective at reducing swelling and improving overall appearance. Many of them include salicylic acid in varying percentages, and some also contain retinoids, which stimulate collagen production.
Ointments are probably the strongest form of salicylic acid out there. In general, they contain 15 percent or more of the substance. Because ointments tend to stay on top of your skin longer, you can expect to see results more quickly. Ointments are typically thicker and stickier than other forms, making them harder to spread. That said, they're great for those who want long-lasting effects but don't want to deal with messy cleansers.
If you're interested in something milder, you can always give a home remedy a shot. Mix 1 tablespoon each of lemon juice and olive oil. Apply this mixture to affected areas two times daily.
3. Benzoyl Peroxide
Benzoyl peroxide is a type of bleaching agent that kills bacteria and reduces redness. It can be found in topical medications such as Clearasil, Proactiv and Neutrogena.
While benzoyl peroxide does work to reduce acne, it doesn't actually treat it. Instead, it prevents it from forming in the first place. When taken regularly, it can help minimize the appearance of existing cysts. As with most acne treatment methods, you should speak with your doctor before taking benzoyl peroxide, since its effects vary depending on your individual situation.
4. Retinoid Creams
Retinoid creams are a powerful tool when used properly. Retinoic acid derivatives are synthetic analogues of Vitamin A, and they help increase cell turnover and regeneration. This improves the skin's texture and minimizes the appearance of scars and wrinkles. Unfortunately, not everyone responds to retinoid therapy, and side effects can range from irritation to hives and rashes.
If you decide to use a retinoid cream, it's recommended that you follow the directions exactly as written. If you experience pain or burning upon application, stop immediately and call your doctor. Also, avoid exposure to sunlight or tanning beds for at least 48 hours following treatment.
5. Drying Shampoos And Conditioners
Dry shampoos and conditioners contain a variety of ingredients designed to absorb oily sebum and leave your scalp feeling soft and smooth. Commonly used drying agents include mineral oil, petrolatum, lanolin and paraffin wax. Drying shampoo formulas can be especially helpful for men who suffer from excessive perspiration due to shaving or styling their hair.
As with cleaning products, it's best to try a few different kinds until you find one that works for you. If you notice that your hair gets frizzy or unmanageable, switch to a non-drying formula.
6. Moisturizer
Moisturizers replenish lost natural lipids and rehydrate dry skin. There are hundreds of varieties of moisturizers, ranging from heavy emollients to light humectants. Once again, it's best to experiment with different types until you find one that works for you. If you have extremely dry skin, look for glycerin-based moisturizers. Men with normal to oily skin might benefit from jojoba, avocado or shea butter-based moisturizers. People with combination or greasy skin should opt for heavier oils like coconut, sweet almond or grapeseed.
When choosing a moisturizer, pay attention to what else you put on your skin. If you wear makeup, make sure your moisturizer is compatible with your foundation and eye shadow. If you have allergies, be mindful of fragrances and dyes in your choice of moisturizer. Finally, consider where you plan on putting the moisturizer -- it shouldn't feel greasy if you're going to slather it on your chest, but it shouldn't smell overpoweringly medicinal if you're going to apply it to your nose.
People with sensitive skin should be careful when selecting a moisturizer. Glycolic acid is known to burn skin, so it shouldn't be included among the main ingredients. If you have problems with stinging or burning, check the label carefully to make sure you haven't accidentally purchased a sodium lauryl sulfate-containing product. Other ingredients commonly associated with allergic reactions include fragrance, preservatives, latex and soybean oil.

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I can’t think of any drawbacks related to this tool. Also, there is no point comparing it with other AI tools because, at least for now, there’s no other GPT-3 tool able to compete with this Autopilot.
However, I can write a few features suggestions: a fact-checking tool, a grammar model, an image selection option. These would be some nice additions to this tool.

Guys, this is check-mate to Jarvis and other similar tools.
 

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I’d like to try this out. Assistant or trial? I’m not sure which mode I’d like. Shoot me a PM when you can and we can discuss it.
 

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Really looking forward to trying this one out!
 

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I’d like to try this out. Assistant or trial? I’m not sure which mode I’d like. Shoot me a PM when you can and we can discuss it.

Any trial to test this out?

Assistant Free Unlimited Trial for 48 Hours

AutoPilot Extended Free Trial

Really looking forward to trying this one out!

All free trial details sent!

The Sensit AutoPilot free trial includes the AutoPilot module and the Assistant modules, as well. The Assistant Free Trial includes the Assistant modules only.

We recommend you to take the AutoPilot Free Trial, not only because this tool is unique on the market right now, but it also includes all our modules (AutoPilot + Assistant).
 

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Hi, Guys! 20% lifetime discount is still available? Interested in AI AutoPilot and 48hrs as well, if possible. thanks
 
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