ChatGPT It has exploded in popularity, and people use it to write articles and essays, to make commercial copy and computer code, or simply as a study or research tool.
However, many people don’t understand how it works or what it can do, so they either don’t enjoy the results or don’t use it in a way that can show its potential.
I am a human resources engineer. The main principle in my field is not to criticize the user.
Unfortunately, ChatGPT’s search box interface is misleading and leads users to believe that entering a simple query should yield meaningful results, but that’s not how ChatGPT works.
Unlike a search engine, with fixed and cached results, ChatGPT does not copy, extract or track information anywhere.
Instead, it creates each word anew. You send it quickly, and based on its machine learning training on many words, it generates an initial response.
Most importantly, each chat saves the content of your conversation, meaning that the questions asked and the answers given earlier in the conversation inform the answers they generate later.
The solutions, therefore, are easy to change, and the user has to participate in iterative processes to shape them into something useful.
Your mental system – the way you think – is essential to your success.
To understand how to create a great session with ChatGPT, think of it as a guide that takes you on a journey through information and possibilities.
Dimensions of knowledge
You can start by thinking of a specific area or area of the topic that interests you. If the topic was chocolate, for example, you could ask them to write a sad love story about Hershey’s Kisses.
The pilot has been trained in all the Kisses that have ever been written about, and similarly “knows” how to fly through the various story locations – so it will take you a lot of confidence in flying through the Hershey’s Kisses locations to create the story you want.
Instead you can ask him to explain five ways that chocolate is healthy and give an answer in the style of Dr. Seuss.
Your requests will start flying through different areas of knowledge – chocolate and health – to another area – a story of another kind.
To unlock the full potential of ChatGPT, you can learn how to broadcast an oval through “crossing” areas – areas that cross several levels of information.
By guiding them in these domains, ChatGPT will learn the size and area of your interest and will begin to adjust its response to provide better responses.
For example, consider this statement: “Can you give me some tips on how to stay healthy.” For this question, ChatGPT doesn’t know who “you” is, or who “I” is, and what you mean by “being healthy.” Instead, try this: “Pretend you are your doctor, nutritionist, and trainer. Prepare a two-week meal and exercise plan for a 56-year-old man to improve heart health. With this, you give the glider a special flight plan with areas for medicine, food and stimulation.
If you want something more precise, then you can turn on more measurements. For example, add: “And I want to lose weight and build muscle, and I want to spend 20 minutes a day exercising, and I can’t do squats and I hate tofu.” ChatGPT will provide output taking into account all the parameters you have opened. Each level can be defined together or separately.
The values you add through notifications may be informed by the feedback ChatGPT has provided along the way. Here is an example: “Imagine that you are an expert on cancer, diet and behavior change.” Suggest 8 behavioral change strategies to reduce cancer risk in rural areas. “ChatGPT will provide eight support channels.
Let’s say that three ideas seem very promising. You can also follow the instructions to encourage detail and start putting it in a way that can be used in social communication: “Combine ideas 4, 6 and 7 to create 4 new possibilities – give each a tagline, and explain the details.” Now let’s say that action 2 looks promising. You can encourage ChatGPT to be better: “Give six ideas about intervention 2 and modify it to meet your needs.” ChatGPT works best if you first look and highlight the dimensions you think are most important.
For example, if you care about social change in rural cancer populations, you can push ChatGPT to be more inclusive and add richness and depth to the session before entering the intervention process.
You can do this by asking the first question: “Choose the ways to change behavior in the 6 categories listed. Within each, describe three methods and name two key researchers in the group. ” This will also trigger a process change, allowing ChatGPT to include this information in subsequent searches.
There are many categories of things you can include to create interest.
One is domains, such as “machine learning methods.” Another is expertise, such as “answering as an economist with Marxist ideas.” And another is the output style, like “write like an article for The Economist.” You can also specify an audience, such as “create and define 5 categories of our customer types and write a description for each type.” Research, not answers By rejecting the metaphor of search engines and using the metaphor of control, you can better understand how ChatGPT works and navigate more effectively to valuable information.
Communication with ChatGPT is not best done as a simple or indirect question and answer session, but as a conversation that builds knowledge for both users and chatbots.
The more information you give it about your interests, and the more feedback it gives, the better its answers and suggestions will be. The glory of the journey is very rich.
However, it is important to use the information provided properly. Of course, the details and references provided by ChatGPT are not taken from reliable sources.
He is linked based on his studies to a large but unreserved group. ChatGPT will create medical information as it writes the Harry Potter story, which means it’s fiction.
You should always critically evaluate the information it provides and view its results as research and opinion rather than hard facts.
Treat its contents as fiction that needs to be verified, analyzed and filtered by you, the pilot.