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chatGPT writes to the De Tout et de Rien community

If you haven’t heard of chatGPT, you’re living in a cave at the end of the world. chatGPT is the most important global revolution since the arrival of the Internet. But what is chatGPT? What’s the use of generative AI? We asked. Everything that follows has been generated by chatGPT with the help of prompts and plugins that allow this artificial intelligence to be totally transformed. This exchange took place with chatGPT version 3.5, which is the free version of chatGPT.

Please introduce you chatGPT

Of course! I’m chatGPT, a language model developed by OpenAI. I’m designed to understand and generate text in natural language. I can answer a wide variety of questions, help with copywriting, provide information on many topics and much more. Don’t hesitate to ask questions or ask for help, I’m here to assist you!

How can you help us with our day-to-day tasks?

I can help you with many everyday tasks, including:

  1. Copywriting and proofreading: I can help you write emails, reports, articles, letters, etc. I can also proofread and correct your texts for spelling and grammar.
  2. Information research: If you need information on a particular subject, I can research and provide you with precise answers.
  3. Educational assistance: I can explain concepts, solve mathematical problems, provide historical, scientific or other learning information.
  4. Planning and organization: I can help you create to-do lists, calendars, reminders, or even plans for specific projects.
  5. Advice and recommendations: If you need advice or recommendations for products, travel, restaurants, etc., I can provide suggestions based on your preferences.
  6. Translation: I can translate sentences or short texts into several languages.
  7. Programming and technical assistance: If you have questions about programming, computers, or technical problems, I can provide you with answers and solutions.
  8. Entertainment and games: I can tell jokes, play word games, or even help you find leisure activities.
  9. Health and wellness: I can provide general information on health, fitness, nutrition, and wellness tips.
  10. Answers to general questions: If you have questions on almost any subject, I’ll do my best to provide you with useful information.

Feel free to ask specific questions or request help with daily tasks, and I’ll do my best to assist you!

For each of the daily tasks you’ve just listed, can you give us an example?

Of course I can! Here are some concrete examples of each of the daily tasks I’ve listed:

  1. Copywriting and proofreading:
    • Writing example: “Can you help me write a professional email to request a meeting with my boss?”
    • Proofreading example: “Can you proofread this cover letter and correct spelling and grammatical errors?”
  2. Searching for information:
    • Research example: “Can you tell me what the capital of Australia is?”
  3. Educational assistance:
    • Concept explanation example: “Can you explain Einstein’s theory of relativity to me in simple terms?”
    • Example of solving a mathematical problem: “Can you solve this quadratic equation: x^2 – 4x + 4 = 0?”
  4. Planning and organization:
    • To-do list creation example: “Can you help me make a to-do list to prepare for my move?”
    • Project planning example: “Can you help me draw up a plan to organize a birthday party?”
  5. Tips and recommendations:
    • Product recommendation example: “Can you recommend a good Android smartphone in the 300 to 400 euro price range?”
    • Restaurant suggestion example: “Can you recommend an Italian restaurant near me?”
  6. Translation:
    • Translation example: “Can you translate the phrase ‘Hello, how are you?” into French?”
  7. Programming and technical support :
    • Example of a technical question: “I’m having a problem with my laptop, it won’t start. Can you help me diagnose the problem?”
    • Sample computer code: “Can you help me write a function in Python to calculate the sum of the numbers in a list?”
  8. Entertainment and games:
    • Example of a joke: “Can you tell me a funny joke?”
    • Example of a pun: “Can you give me an example of a pun about cats?”
  9. Health and well-being:
    • Example of nutrition information: “Can you give me some advice on a balanced diet?”
    • Wellness tip example: “What are some relaxation techniques to reduce stress?”
  10. Answers to general questions:
    • Example of a general question: “Can you tell me how far the Earth is from the Moon?”

Please bear in mind that I am a text-based computer program and that my knowledge is based on existing data up to September 2021. If you have questions on delicate, critical or complex subjects, it is always advisable to consult human experts in these fields.

Author’s note: beware of results that are sometimes surprising!!!

Can you give us some examples of questions you don’t want to or can’t answer?

Of course, here are some examples of questions I can’t answer or for which my answers may be limited:

  • Questions about confidential or personal information: I can’t provide personal information such as social security numbers, passwords, bank details, etc., nor can I access my personal information. Nor can I access private information.
  • Specific medical questions: I cannot diagnose specific medical problems or provide medical advice. If you have medical concerns, please consult a medical professional.
  • Specific legal questions: I cannot provide specific legal advice. If you need legal help, consult a lawyer.
  • Morally questionable or offensive questions: I will not answer questions that promote hatred, discrimination, violence or any form of immoral behavior.
  • Personal or future predictions: I cannot predict the future, including personal events such as your wedding date or winning lottery numbers.
  • Questions without context: To provide accurate answers, I often need background information and context. Questions that are too vague or ambiguous can lead to incorrect or useless answers.
  • Questions requiring sensory experience: I can’t provide sensory experience, so I can’t answer questions such as “What does this picture look like?” or “What does it smell like where you are?”
  • Questions based on information not covered in my database: My training ended in September 2021, which means I can’t provide information about events, discoveries or developments after that date.
  • Deep philosophical or subjective questions: Questions that require deep philosophical reflection or are highly subjective may have different answers depending on the point of view. I can provide basic information, but not necessarily definitive answers.
  • Extremely specific technical questions: In some cases, very specific technical questions or questions relating to niche areas may be beyond my ability to answer.

It’s important to bear in mind that I’m a text-based computer program and that my knowledge is based on existing data up to September.

What are we to make of this exchange?

Today, I use chatGPT v4 (paid version at $20/month) every day. It’s an indispensable tool in my daily life. I’ve installed it on my phone. I predict that AI will supplant search engines as we know them today. Bing, Microsoft’s search engine, already integrates chatGPT into its operation. And Google is developing Bard for its browser and search engine. In a few months’ time, the Internet will turn a corner thanks to artificial intelligence: but to where? The question remains.

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