"Send it to my screen"...
Many hands, one AI mind
Note: I’ve been at AREC for the past couple of days listening and absorbing - and over the next couple of days I’m going to have a crack at creating prompts inspired by the speakers. Interestingly - at one point someone asked the audience, “how many people are using ChatGPT - raise your hands?” I reckon less than a third of hands went up. So you guys reading this are likely well ahead of at least two thirds of your competition, so thank you for being interested - and for jamming with me ❤️
I used to love the TV show 24, not just for Kiefer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer, but for that fabulously nerdy gal Chloe O’Brian played by actress and comedian Mary Lynn Rajskub.
Her famous line: “Send it to my screen!”
It was never clear to me what was going to her screen, but every time I saw her furiously typing and being incredibly smart I really wanted to know what she was doing.
But the reason I mention this today is because you can now send ChatGPT prompts to someone’s screen and they can continue the conversation.
But that’s not all - there have been so many enhancements over the last few weeks - browsing with Bing, longer inputs and outputs, source explanation and more it seemed only right for today’s prompt to be pretty simple and reflective of how fast things are moving in this space.
Today’s Prompt of the Day
I've noticed you've had quite a few upgrades lately. What are 15 new things I can do with ChatGPT?
And here is the answer.
As an AI language model, I continue to be updated and improved with new features and capabilities. As of my last update, here are some new things you can do with me:
Ask for longer responses: I have been fine-tuned to handle longer conversations and provide more detailed answers to complex questions.
Access the internet for real-time information: I can now use a simplified web browser tool to fetch the most recent information from the internet. This feature is particularly useful for topics that have developed after my training cut-off in September 2021.
Store and quote information from web pages: Using the browser tool, I can quote relevant information from web pages during a search. I can then refer back to that information later in our conversation.
Improved context understanding: I have an increased understanding of context which should allow for more coherent and focused discussions.
Ask for clarifications: If a user's instruction isn't clear to me, I can ask for more information to ensure I provide the most accurate and helpful response.
Better recognition of inappropriate requests: I am better equipped to recognize and refuse to generate inappropriate content.
Improved language generation: I've been trained with more data and optimized algorithms, which has led to improvements in the quality and realism of my language generation.
Support for more languages: While English is my primary language, I can understand and generate text in many other languages with a higher degree of accuracy than before.
Role-playing: I can take on specific roles in a conversation. For example, you could ask me to speak like a Shakespearean character or pretend to be an astronaut explaining space travel.
Explain my decisions: I can provide rationales for some of the decisions I make during a conversation, helping users understand how I work.
Writing assistance: I can help with writing tasks, such as drafting emails, creating an outline for a report, or brainstorming ideas for a story.
Fact-checking: I can help fact-check information by comparing it against my training data or using the browser tool to find up-to-date information online.
Learning support: I can help explain complex concepts in simple terms, assist with homework questions, and provide resources for further learning.
Brainstorming and creativity: I can assist with brainstorming sessions, generate creative writing prompts, or come up with unique ideas.
Wellbeing support: I can provide mindfulness exercises, motivational quotes, and relaxation techniques to support mental wellbeing. Please note, however, that while I strive to be helpful, I'm not a substitute for professional medical or mental health advice.
Remember, this list is not exhaustive and there may be other ways you can utilize me based on your needs. I'm here to help in any way I can!
(Note the answer is kind of weird as it doesn’r refer to browsing, plugins or any of that stuff - but it does give us an insight into where ChatGPT is going)
Below, for my paid subscribers (as always thank you 🙏🏻) I’m “sending to your screen” a couple of shared ChatGPT links so you can see what it looks like to collaborate and continue the conversation
Happy Hunting 🚀
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