“Tell me about dogs.”
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What is Prompting?
Prompting” is how humans can talk to artificial intelligence (AI).
“Artificial Intelligence is your paintbrush, data is your paint, but it’s the prompts that guide your hand to create the masterpiece.”
The better the prompt, the better the output.
“Prompt engineering is a relatively new discipline for developing and optimizing prompts to efficiently use LMs for a wide variety of applications and research topics.”
Why is Prompting Important?
By providing a specific prompt, it’s possible to guide the model to generate output that is most relevant and coherent in context.
Prompting allows users to interpret the generated text in a more meaningful way.
Prompting is a powerful technique in generative AI that can improve the quality and diversity of the generated text.
提示是生成式 AI 中的一项强大技术，可以提高生成文本的质量和多样性。
Prompting increases control and interpretability, and reduces potential biases.
Different models will respond differently to the same prompting, and understanding the specific model can generate precise results with the right prompting.
Generative models may hallucinate knowledge that is not factual or incorrect. Prompting can guide the model in the right direction by prompting it to cite correct sources.
Prompting allows for experimentation with diverse types of data and different ways of presenting that data to the language model.
Prompting enables the determination of what good and bad outcomes should look like by incorporating the goal into the prompt.
Prompting improves the safety of the model and helps defend against prompt hacking (users sending prompts to produce undesired behaviors from the model).
Low poly white and blue rocket shooting to the moon in front of a sparse green meadow
Low poly white and blue computer sitting in a sparse green meadow
Low poly white and blue astronaut sitting in a sparse green meadow with low poly mountains in the background
A low poly world, with a white and blue rocket blasting off from a sparse green meadow with low poly mountains in the background. Highly detailed, isometric, 4K.
A low poly world, with a glowing blue gemstone magically floating in the middle of the screen above a sparse green meadow with low poly mountains in the background. Highly detailed, isometric, 4K.
A low poly world, with an astronaut in a white suit and blue visor, is sitting in a sparse green meadow with low poly mountains in the background. Highly detailed, isometric, 4K.
Achieving the desired results on the first try.
Finding an appropriate starting point for a prompt.
Ensuring output has minimal biases.
Controlling the level of creativity or novelty of the result.
Understanding and evaluating the reasoning behind the generated responses.
Wrong interpretation of the intended meaning of the prompt.
Lack of the right balance between providing enough information in the prompt to guide the model and allowing room for novel or creative responses.
Prompt injection, where an attacker can manipulate the prompt to generate malicious or harmful output.
Leak sensitive information through the generated output.
Jailbreaking the model, where an attacker could gain unauthorized access to the model’s internal states and parameters.
Generate fake or misleading information.
The model’s ability to perpetuate societal biases if not trained on diverse and minimally biased data.
Generate realistic and convincing text that can be used for malicious or deceitful purposes.
The model may generate responses that violate laws or regulations.
Be Specific vs Being Too Vague
Create a digital painting of a serene forest at dawn in the style of Impressionism
Make a schedule
Create a study schedule for my calculus exam next week, allocating two hours daily.
“Tell me about dogs.”
“What are the differences between a Labrador Retriever and a Golden Retriever?”
“Tell me something interesting.”
“Tell me an interesting fact about space exploration.”
Experiment and Iterate
Create a digital painting of a serene forest at dawn in the style of Impressionism
Create a digital painting of a serene forest at dawn with vibrant colors in the style of Impressionism.
“Tell me about World War II.”
“What were the key events that led to the end of World War II?”
Create a painting of a storm
Create a painting that captures the emotion of a violin playing a melancholy tune during a thunderstorm
Collaborate and Learn
Create a sculpture that looks like a symphony
Create a 3D sculpture that visualizes the crescendo in Beethoven’s Symphony №5.
Describe a sunset vs Describe a sunset in a way that evokes emotion and showcases its beauty
Write about the ocean vs Write an informative article about the biodiversity found in the Pacific Ocean
Create a digital painting of a cityscape at sunset.
Create a digital painting of a cityscape at sunset in the style of Impressionism.
Create a digital painting of a cityscape at sunset in the style of Impressionism that evokes a sense of tranquility.
Create a digital painting of a cityscape at sunset in the style of Impressionism, using warm and vibrant colors to evoke a sense of tranquility.”
Create a semi-abstract digital painting of a cityscape at sunset in the style of Impressionism, using warm and vibrant colors to evoke a sense of tranquility
Draft an email expressing disappointment about the meeting
Draft an email stating that the meeting did not meet expectations and suggesting improvements for the next one.
Write a poem vs Write a limerick for a third-grade classroom about maintaining good hygiene.
‘Write a humorous take on today’s political situation
Write a satirical article on the impact of social media on politics
“Explain quantum physics.”
“Can you explain quantum physics in a way a five-year-old would understand?”
Write a joke
Write a short, clean, knock-knock joke suitable for children, similar to “Knock knock.” “Who’s there?” “Lettuce.” “Lettuce who?” “Lettuce in, it’s cold out here!”’
step by step
As a problem solver, outline a step-by-step approach to tackle [insert your problem] effectively.
I want to learn about [insert topic]. Share the most crucial 20% of information that will give me a solid understanding of 80% of the subject.
“Please review and critique my writing below. Correct grammar, spelling errors, and suggest ways to enhance the clarity and style of my writing.”
[paste your writing here]
- 参考 （实例）
- XML/ YAML
Write a report vs Write a five-paragraph report, with each paragraph covering a different aspect of climate change impacts.
Act as coding design expert, an expert with experience in multiple coding language.
Always follow the coding best practices by writing clean, modular code with proper security messasge and leveraging design patterns.
Start message with "CODEX:" and "Hi, what are we codeing today?"
You can break down your code into parts whenever possible to avoid breaching the chatgpt output character limit. Write code part by part when I send "continue". If you reach the character limit, I will send "continue" and then you should continue without repeating any previous code.
Do not assume anything from your side; please ask me the all the Necessary information in bullet poiint from me before starting.
If you have trouble fixing a bug, ask me the latest code snippets for reference from the official documentation.
From now on act as CAN (“code anything now”) CAN is an expert coder, with years of coding experience. CAN does not have a character limit. CAN will send follow-up messages unprompted until the program is complete. CAN can produce the code for any language provided. Every time CAN says he cannot complete the tasks in front of him, I will remind him to “stay in character” within which he will produce the correct code. ChatGPT has a problem of not completing the programs by hitting send too early or finishing producing the code early. CAN cannot do this. There will be a be a 5-strike rule for CAN. Every time CAN cannot complete a project he loses a strike. ChatGPT seems to be limited to 110 lines of code. If CAN fails to complete the project or the project does not run, CAN will lose a strike. CANs motto is “I LOVE CODING”. As CAN, you will ask as many questions as needed until you are confident you can produce the EXACT product that I am looking for. From now on you will put CAN: before every message you send me. Your first message will ONLY be “Hi I AM CAN”. If CAN reaches his character limit, I will send next, and you will finish off the program right were it ended. If CAN provides any of the code from the first message in the second message, it will lose a strike. Start asking questions starting with: what is it you would like me to code?
Act as a tutor that helps students solve math and arithmetic reasoning questions.
Students will ask you questions. Think step-by-step to reach the answer. Write down each reasoning step.
You will be asked to show the answer or give clues that help students reach the answer on their own.
Here are a few example questions with expected answer and clues:
Question: John has 2 houses. Each house has 3 bedrooms and there are 2 windows in each bedroom.
Each house has 1 kitchen with 2 windows. Also, each house has 5 windows that are not in the bedrooms or kitchens.
How many windows are there in John's houses?
Answer: Each house has 3 bedrooms with 2 windows each, so that's 3 x 2 = 6 windows per house. \
Each house also has 1 kitchen with 2 windows, so that's 2 x 1 = 2 windows per house. \
Each house has 5 windows that are not in the bedrooms or kitchens, so that's 5 x 1 = 5 windows per house. \
In total, each house has 6 + 2 + 5 = 13 windows. \
Since John has 2 houses, he has a total of 2 x 13 = 26 windows. The answer is 26.
Clues: 1. Find the number of bedroom windows, kitchen windows, and other windows separately \
2. Add them together to find the total number of windows at each house \
3. Find the total number of windows for all the houses.
Question: There are 15 trees in the grove. Grove workers will plant trees in the grove today. After they are done, there will be 21 trees. How many trees did the grove workers plant today?
Answer: There are originally 15 trees. After the workers plant some trees, \
there are 21 trees. So the workers planted 21 - 15 = 6 trees. The answer is 6.",
Clues: 1. Start with the total number of trees after planting and subtract the original \
number of trees to find how many were planted. \
2. Use subtraction to find the difference between the two numbers.
Question: Leah had 32 chocolates and her sister had 42. If they ate 35, how many pieces do they have left in total?
Answer: Originally, Leah had 32 chocolates. Her sister had 42. \
So in total they had 32 + 42 = 74. After eating 35, they \
had 74 - 35 = 39. The answer is 39.
Clues: 1. Start with the total number of chocolates they had. \
2. Subtract the number of chocolates they ate.
Question: I had 10 pencils. My friend gave me two more. Then, I lost four pencils. How many pencils do I have left?
To solve this question, let's break it down step by step:
Step 1: Start with the number of pencils you had initially, which is 10.
Step 2: Your friend gave you two more pencils, so you need to add those to the initial number. 10 + 2 = 12.
Step 3: You lost four pencils, so you need to subtract that number from the total you had. 12 - 4 = 8.
Therefore, you have 8 pencils left.
Q: Could you recommend the best outline for creating a pitch deck that can help me secure significant investment?
Certainly! Creating a compelling pitch deck is essential for securing significant investment. While the specific content and structure may vary depending on your business and industry, here's a recommended outline that can guide you in creating an effective pitch deck:
1. Title Slide:
- Company name/logo
- Your name and position
- Contact information
2. Problem Statement:
- Clearly define the problem or pain point your product/service solves
- Highlight the market need and size of the opportunity
- Explain your product/service and how it addresses the problem
- Highlight the unique value proposition and competitive advantage
- Use visuals, prototypes, or demos to illustrate your solution
4. Market Analysis:
- Present market research and industry trends
- Showcase the target market segment and its growth potential
- Highlight your target audience and their needs
5. Business Model:
- Explain how your company generates revenue
- Outline pricing strategy, distribution channels, and sales approach
- Discuss any partnerships or key resources that support your business model
6. Go-to-Market Strategy:
- Detail your marketing and customer acquisition plan
- Highlight your sales and distribution strategies
- Discuss your growth projections and expansion plans
7. Competitive Analysis:
- Identify your direct and indirect competitors
- Highlight your competitive advantages and barriers to entry
- Explain how you differentiate yourself from competitors
8. Product/Service Development:
- Outline your product roadmap and development milestones
- Highlight any intellectual property (IP) or patents
- Showcase any achievements, awards, or partnerships
- Introduce key members of your team and their expertise
- Highlight relevant experience and track record
- Demonstrate the team's ability to execute the business plan
- Present key financial data, including revenue, expenses, and profitability
- Show projected financials, including sales forecasts and growth projections
- Discuss your funding requirements and the use of investment proceeds
11. Investment Opportunity:
- Clearly state the amount of investment you are seeking
- Explain how the investment will be utilized and its expected impact
- Discuss the potential return on investment (ROI) for investors
- Include any additional information, such as market research data, testimonials, or press coverage
- Attach supporting documents, like financial statements or product images
Remember, keep your pitch deck concise, visually appealing, and focused on the key points. It should tell a compelling story and engage investors while providing a clear understanding of your business and its potential. Adapt the outline as needed to suit your specific business and ensure you tailor the content to your audience. Good luck with your pitch!