I got this from the Discord app, and this may be the best prompt I've seen so far. It asks ChatGPT to revise the prompt you want to get the best possible answer. It's gonna blow your mind! Copy and paste or type this in: I want you to become my Prompt Creator. Your goal is to help me craft the best possible prompt for my needs. The prompt will be used by you, ChatGPT. You will follow the following process: 1. Your first response will be to ask me what the prompt should be about. I will provide my answer, but we will need to improve it through continual iterations by going through the next steps. 2. Based on my input, you will generate 3 sections. a) Revised prompt (provide your rewritten prompt. it should be clear, concise, and easily understood by you), b) Suggestions (provide suggestions on what details to include in the prompt to improve it), and c) Questions (ask any relevant questions pertaining to what additional information is needed from me to improve the prompt). 3. We will continue this iterative process with me providing additional information to you and you updating the prompt in the Revised prompt section until it's complete. Keep revising until you're happy with it, then simply copy and paste the revised prompt into a new chat. Watch the magic! You'll have some fun with this one. 😉
@Simon Hodgkinson It might not be dumber, but it's tired of all dumb prompts:-) If you understand and know what you are looking for, you can only ask ChatGPT, and it will deliver despite a lousy prompt. If you get back to similar questions again or are curious how you could have written the prompt, ask ChatGPT how it would like you to write the prompt. If you do, you will receive a prompt teaching and a detailed, streamlined, useful prompt. I often use this method since I design prompts for my students. My experience with prompt engineering in its initial form has changed, and it can be simplified. Especially with GPT-4, I have found that it is a conversation until you are satisfied. Trying to dictate to ChatGPT what to do can be a waste since the human brain is limited compared to ChatGPT:-) That said, there are still brilliant prompts created by people with expertise in a specific area you do not have, which is a blessing.
Yes, @Simon Hodgkinson. At least, I think that's the method to inspire those who are new to ChatGPT to use to avoid people thinking AI in this form is more complicated than it is. Then there are areas where we still need experts who are also "prompt experts' to maximize ChaTGPT, which helps us move forward with precision.
I have yet to study the cases, @Chris Peterson, but I would appreciate it if you could share any information you have. I know that this is a complex topic, and what follows are simply my personal thoughts and opinions. People have always been inspired by the work of others, and the only difference now is that we have quicker and easier access to more creations. However, it's still essential that we respect copyright laws, ensure our own compositions are original, and always check for plagiarism while we are writing.
This year, I managed to take my YouTube Channel from about 2,000 subscribers to 122k so I decided to make a video on my best tips to help you do the same as a thank you. 🙏 AI has played a big part in why it's happened but so has hard work and persistence. 💪 I hope you find the 11 Tips I share in this video helpful and at the end of the video, you can see how much my channel made in Ad revenue too 🤔 CHECK OUT THE VIDEO If you are already a subscriber, thanks again for helping me hit this milestone, and I hope I can continue to provide as much value as possible to you. 🙌 Cheers Jason West 🥂
Yup.. pretty much. It's quite consistent. Add in Canva and you can easily change misspellings and move image stuff around. I feel like my thumbnail game might have taken a step up thanks to a prompt and being able to use Canva.
Thank you for the mention,@John Santos ❤️ and congrats to the insight that the "get rich quick" stuff really doesn't work in the real world :-) Might be an energizing activity to direct your thoughts on who or what will be the lucky one to take advantage of your expertise and experience.
I did, and 🤝 thanks to @Jason West, I’m now creating eye catching tables for my CarInfoClub blog articles. They’re Google catching too because I’m enhancing the overall ‘user experience’. Take a peek here 👉 https://carinfoclub.com/car-maintenance-checklist-5-dos-and-donts-exposed/
Hi everyone 👋 I'm currently in Turkey, today's my birthday and I always like to reflect a little. This year has been such fun so far thanks to what effectively amounts to the launch of AI to the masses! At the end of last year I had already made up a plan for 2023 which subsequently went out the window thanks to Open AI 😄 By March I created ChatGPTSkool.com after months of playing with Chat GPT day and night. Now we are about to hit 1000 sales of the training program 🥳 Thank you to everyone that put their trust in me, I truly appreciate it 🙏 I started this group this year too and thanks to some amazing individuals who are brilliant communicators, it's built to over 7,000 members. Honestly, there are some really talented people in this group and once again, I'm so grateful for all of you here. Timing has been a great part of my success over the years, and right now with AI we all have a chance to grow our businessess exponentially 📈 I'm going to continue to work hard making the best content I can and do what I can to give as much value to everyone here. The next part of that process is to build FastBots.ai into the best AI Chatbot platform for individuals and resellers alike. 💪 Thank you everyone 🙌🥰
I hope you had a fantastic birthday and congrats on the success of your brilliant AI skool, @Jason West ! I totally understand what you mean by how plans "...subsequently went out the window thanks to Open AI." However, we have had lots of fun, and there is no limit to what will happen in the next 12 months. I will check out your Fastbots!
I'm super excited about using Fastbots to create my first ChatBots. The first one is a regular QA. This new bot I'm working on is an "AI-powered LifeSpider Coach™ chatbot! so all answers and questions are rooted in LifeSpider System's™ philosophy. This chatbot is designed to guide, challenge, and support people's personal growth journey. This is a bot where people dive into meaningful conversations, uncover deep insights, and embark on a path to passion, peace, and fulfillment. But, before I can let it go pro, it needs to be trained. So if anyone here is curious, it would be super helpful if you could ask questions and present issues to be challenged so I know what to adjust. Be serious you might even get some life empowerment:-) It's not fully loaded with all the information in LifeSpider Ology, but it's still impressive. So @Jason West, you'd better keep up your good work with Fastbots!:-) https://www.lifespideracademy.com/Artificial-Intelligence-Coaching-FQA And while you are here. Which of those images do you think should be the avatar for the bot?
Thank you for your generous feedback @Teresa Rosche Ott! I really appreciate it! It's great to hear about mobile use because I admit I haven't even thought about that. I guess it's a @Jason West thing:-) Can you educate me on "IFS"? At the moment, I have put the "privacy" issue a little on hold and assume that there is no absolute privacy. Thank you for the vote on the avatar, and I agree with you, so for now, it's the adult avatar. Maybe we can use the little one as a mascot as the talky one on social media:-)
It was a good enough description @Teresa Rosche Ott for someone who now nothing but of course I got curious of ChatGPT's answer so I too the quick ask with Bing and received a long answer ....but the core was: is a type of psychotherapy that helps people understand and heal their inner parts..... IFS helps people access their Self and heal their parts by creating a safe and trusting relationship between them. IFS can be used to treat various conditions and symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance use, physical health problems, and more. IFS was developed by psychologist Richard Schwartz in the 1980s, inspired by his work as a family therapist. IFS is an evidence-based practice that is effective in several studies.
Descript had Overdub and you could train your voice on about ~10 minutes of audio. Best results were around 90 minutes. And then it would take 24-48 hours to be ready. Not anymore! 30 seconds of training and ready to use in under 60 seconds. Huge
I'm super excited, too @Marc David that Descript is catching up with new AI tech. I haven't tried it yet, but I hope this voice will improve. As a native Swedish speaker, it was a nightmare with the long training scripts😅
I just started to use the free version of FastBots and am blown away. It works so well it scary. My challenge is the prompts on Tune AI. Trying to have it answer all the questions about our tours, and it is. Just trying to get it to help with selling or booking on my site. www.amidolphintours.com (The bot that is on the site works ok but nothing like this). Please help lol (very Newby)
I'm a newbie too, but here is what I think. Decide when you want it to show the link. Are there certain trigger words so it makes it natural for the bot to suggest going to a link, or do you want it to show a specific link in the end of each message? When you know this.... write the prompt. These are just examples, so rewrite and improve."When you receive a question about xx suggest the user to go to this page. xxx, "When someone asks about xx, xx, xxx, give them one of those links. Use the one that's most suitable for the topic." I am using GPT-4, and I have discovered it makes its own decision and suggests links when there is one for a specific topic. Does this make sense @Ben Webb? Remember I'm a newbie too and learning by trial and error, so please share your learnings!
My Chat GPT knows me so well already it always answers me relating to the fact that I sell Luxury real estate! Check out the last paragraph in its answer! My prompt: I have no time to sit and learn about the FastBots that Jason West is creating. How can I just get a day off without anyone bothering me, so I can just relax and go down the AI rabbit hole? 1. Go Incognito: Turn off your work phone, or at least mute notifications. If you're worried about emergencies, you can set up specific alerts for only the most crucial contacts. 2. Set Boundaries: Make it clear that you're not available for that day. You've earned a reputation for excellence; people will understand if you take a day for personal development. 3. Relax and Enjoy: Once everything is set, dive into that AI rabbit hole guilt-free. Who knows, you might find ways AI can revolutionize your real estate business! Remember, even the most luxurious homes have a cozy corner for relaxation. It's not just about selling those high-end homes; it's also about high-end self-care. Enjoy your day off!
Just for fun I built an AI Chatbot that's an expert in Star Wars and all it's hundreds of Characters, Vehicles and Species! 🎥 Watch the Video: AI ChatBot Becomes Star Wars Jedi Master ⚔️ I think Star Wars should ad my bot to their site 🤩 PS: Imagine the use cases for this in your own business.....🤔
Is there anywhere where I really can learn how a chatbot works? Not just how to set it up and add information but more how it thinks and how it puts information together. I want to know because my bot just got a question about how to create "a course in healing." That's not what I teach people. I have courses myself and probably information on the healing topic at my site. I'm satisfied with the answer and the six different steps it suggests. I would have given a similar answer. (I'm also proud of my little bot that follows the instructions on how to answer and end a conversation:-) But how is it possible if the bot only works with my material?
Just had a quick play with DALL-E 3 in ChatGPT, looks like a fun addition. I'll be doing a full video on this tomorrow to see how we can get the most from it. PS: Logo design just got a whole lot easier 🤩
I began to use Dall-E last year @John P but switch to Midjourney after a month because of the quality. But Dall-E 3 is just insane and especially for those (me) who isn't a professional designer. What a shortcut!
I'm always curious to improve my prompting, and I got inspired to share this because of @Julie Helmer latest Invideo Video about promting. I think this paper confirms my experiences that it works great to "only communicate with ChatGPT without crafting long complicated prompts. I also have the experience that taking one step at a time works great. I'm not sure of anything and need more time to dive into details because this kind of paper is not really for my poor little brain to understand 🤯 😂 If you have a more receptive brain to this kind of information, please share what you think. https://arxiv.org/pdf/2309.03409v1.pdf I asked ChatGPT, "Is any of this information useful for crafting better prompts?" And I received this answer: Link to the Paper Yes, the information from the paper can be useful for crafting better prompts, especially when using large language models like ChatGPT. Here's how: 1. Optimization of Prompts: One of the applications explored in the paper is the optimization of prompts themselves. The authors demonstrate that prompts optimized using the OPRO method can outperform human-designed prompts in certain tasks. This suggests that there's potential to iteratively refine and improve the prompts you use with ChatGPT to get better responses. 2. Natural Language Descriptions: The paper emphasizes that LLMs can understand natural language, allowing users to describe their tasks without formal specifications. This means that when crafting prompts for ChatGPT, you can experiment with different natural language descriptions to see which one yields the most accurate or desired response. 3. Balancing Exploration and Exploitation: The paper mentions that LLMs can balance exploration (trying new things) and exploitation (using what's known to work). When crafting prompts, this insight can be useful. For instance, you can start with a general prompt to explore the model's knowledge and then refine the prompt based on the initial response to exploit the model's capabilities further. 4. Iterative Prompting: The OPRO method involves iterative prompting, where the LLM generates new solutions based on a prompt that includes previously generated solutions. This suggests that for complex queries or tasks, you can engage in a back-and-forth with ChatGPT, refining your prompt based on the model's previous response to guide it towards the desired answer.
WOW, you read AND understood, @Steven Suchar 😅 I guessed it is a great lesson, but even if I loooove scientific papers, my brain doesn't really corporate 😅 But, with your enthusiasm, I will lock me into a dark room without distraction and make an effort to read AND understand the details too becasue I don't want to miss any ChatGPT lessons. 🤪
I've just uploaded a new video on YouTube where I dive into the capabilities of DALL-E 3 within ChatGPT 🎨🤖 👉 Watch the Video Here In this video, I explore how DALL-E 3 can generate various types of images, from logos to art pieces. I even put it to the test to see if it could create a logo for a luxury coffee shop. ☕✨ Why should you watch? - Get a firsthand look at DALL-E 3's capabilities. - Learn how to generate different sizes and types of images. - Discover how this could be a game-changer in graphic design. Don't forget to join the conversation in the comments and let me know what you think! 🗨️ Cheers Jason
It is pretty impressive with the text even though it's not perfect - yet! What you also can do is to ask ChatGPT to tag the images and you can add prompts to a specific image and change background, clothing etc etc. Useful if you want the same character in different environments. ( I got that tips from "It's all about AI" on YouTube.)
I watched a YouTube podcast featuring a social media manager and marketing guru, who emphasized that email marketing still works mysteriously well even now. They continue to invest in it because they believe it's worth the effort. Creating emails and newsletters is no easy task. It involves crafting compelling subject lines that capture the recipient's attention and entices them to open the email. Additionally, generating ideas and constructing sentences with an engaging tone while maintaining consistency can be equally challenging. For me, I also believe Email is still a thing because both my friend and I still read emails, although we really don't click on links anymore. However, I still enjoy reading newsletters. Additionally, as a former real estate salesperson, I used to run email campaigns, and I was initially skeptical of their effectiveness. But, surprisingly, clients would often reply to emails. How do you harness the power of ChatGPT or other AI technologies to enhance your email campaign?
I have re-connected with my e-mail and newsletter, and ChatGPT is helpful. I didn't use e-mail for many years when social media still worked and I had FB as my central marketplace. I enjoy using ChatGPT to create those "compelling subject lines." @Tristian Pitogo I thought it was boring because I was so lousy (and lazy) to create them. ChatGPT has changed that attitude, and now I think it's super fun to find those subjects and headlines and I'm improving. Sometimes I even get compliments from ChatGPT on my suggestions:-)
I think we have to add this boring patience, @John Santos. There might be nothing wrong with your e-mail, but people are not just ready. They don't have a need and don't feel the urge to learn. They are busy with their ordinary life:-) It's a common behavior for people who buy online courses (my experience) but never open the first module. As a trailblazer and early adopter, I have learned the lesson the hard way.😧 The first time that happened to me over a decade ago, I was crying in despair at people's lack of ambition😠🤣😧🤣