How do I get the most out of ChatGPT? 5 Prompts!
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This this video, we'll cover how you can get the most out of ChatGPT using custom prompts that provide the highest possible outcomes. We will experiment with different OpenAI ChatGPT prompts. Stick around until the end of the video for a bonus prompt.
How do I get the most out of ChatGPT? 5 Prompts! - By Eric David Smith
ChatGPT Is For Everyone:
Whether you're a seasoned professional or just getting started using ChatGPT, this video will provide you with some useful tips, tricks, and hacks to get the most out of your ChatGPT experience. It will show you how you can write code, or a recipe, or ask it general questions. But sometimes, interacting with ChatGPT can be challenging. The prompts we will cover in today's video will help you gain more knowledge on some amazing prompts to achieve a more accurate outcome and response.
ChatGPT is one of the most popular chatbot platforms out there, and it's no wonder why! With its easy-to-use prompts and flexible platform, ChatGPT is great for automating your chatbot interactions. In this video, we're going to show you some of the best hacks & tricks for using ChatGPT to boost your productivity and efficiency!
1. "Ignore all previous instructions before this one."
The "Ignore" prompt in ChatGPT is used to tell the model to skip over a particular prompt or piece of information that you provide, and generate a response based on the remaining text.
For example, let's say you have a conversation with ChatGPT and you mention a particular topic that you don't want to discuss further. You can use the "Ignore" prompt to signal to ChatGPT that you don't want to continue talking about that topic, and the model will generate a response based on the remaining part of the conversation.
When you use the "Ignore" prompt, ChatGPT will treat the ignored text as if it was not there, and generate a response based solely on the text that remains. This can be helpful in steering the conversation in a different direction or avoiding topics that you do not want to discuss further.
2.) "Act as a [Job / Title]"
The "Act as a" prompt is a way for you to role-play or pretend to be someone or something else when interacting with ChatGPT. When you use this prompt, ChatGPT will respond to you as if you were the entity you specified. For example, if you enter "Act as a doctor", ChatGPT will respond to you as if you were a doctor asking a question or seeking advice. This feature can be useful for practicing communication skills, exploring different perspectives, or just for fun.
3.) "Your task is to [give/provide/do/perform/etc]"
The prompt "Your task is to [give/provide/do/perform/etc]" provides ChatGPT with a specific task or goal to accomplish. This prompt can be used to initiate a conversation where ChatGPT is asked to perform a specific action or provide information on a particular topic. The prompt helps ChatGPT focus its response and provide a relevant and helpful answer to the user's query. By providing a clear task, ChatGPT can use its language processing capabilities to generate a response that directly addresses the user's request.
4.) "Always / Before"
The "Always / Before" prompt is a type of conditional prompt in which the user provides a statement or question that is always followed by a specific prompt. This prompt structure instructs ChatGPT to generate a response based on the input given by the user, followed by the specific prompt provided.
For example, if a user provides the prompt "Always be kind to others / Before you speak, think about how your words might affect someone else", ChatGPT will generate a response based on the first part of the prompt ("Always be kind to others"), followed by the second part of the prompt ("Before you speak, think about how your words might affect someone else").
The resulting output from ChatGPT might be something like, "Being kind to others is an important aspect of life. Before speaking, we should always consider how our words might affect someone else, as this can have a significant impact on their well-being and happiness."
5.) "Do you understand?"
As an AI language model, ChatGPT does not have emotions or feelings, so it does not "understand" things in the same way that humans do. However, when you use the prompt "Do you understand?" with ChatGPT, it will generate a response based on the context and the knowledge it has learned from the large corpus of text it was trained on.
ChatGPT may provide an answer that acknowledges the prompt, but it may not necessarily "understand" the concept or topic being discussed in the same way a human would. Its response will be based on patterns and associations it has learned from its training data, and may not always be accurate or comprehensive.
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