ChatGPT Tutorial 2024: How to Use ChatGPT - Beginner to Pro!

Daragh Walsh
26 Oct 202355:59

Summary

TLDRThis comprehensive tutorial on Chat GPT guides users from novice to expert level within an hour. It covers the basics of setting up a Chat GPT account, using the platform for various tasks like writing essays, generating code, and creating images. The tutorial introduces the RICE framework (Role, Instruction, Context, Examples) for crafting effective prompts to optimize results. It also explores custom instructions to tailor Chat GPT's responses, and how to access and utilize beta features like browsing with Bing for web content analysis, data analysis, and image generation with DALL-E 3. The script highlights the practical applications of Chat GPT, such as creating a personal newsletter, conducting website reviews, summarizing PDFs, and generating images, making it an invaluable tool for personal assistance, expert consultation, and content creation.

Takeaways

  • 📝 The tutorial provides a comprehensive guide to mastering Chat GPT from a beginner to an advanced level, covering various features and use cases.
  • 🚀 The RICE framework (Role, Instruction, Context, Constraints, Examples) is introduced as a method to optimize prompts for better results in Chat GPT.
  • 📈 Chat GPT's advanced features like browsing with Bing, data analysis, and D3 for image generation are highlighted, emphasizing their practical applications.
  • 🌐 The ability to create a personalized newsletter and conduct website reviews using Chat GPT's capabilities is discussed, showcasing its versatility.
  • 📊 Data analysis is made accessible through Chat GPT's code interpreter feature, allowing users to gain insights from various data types like CSV and PDF files.
  • 🖼️ D3, Chat GPT's image generation feature, is showcased with examples of creating artistic images, logos, and product designs based on textual prompts.
  • 📑 Custom instructions can be set up to tailor Chat GPT's responses according to the user's preferences, improving the user experience significantly.
  • 🔗 Sharing prompts and collaborating with others is made easy through Chat GPT's built-in sharing feature, enhancing teamwork and knowledge sharing.
  • 📱 The Chat GPT app offers exclusive features like voice conversations, providing a more interactive and engaging experience with AI.
  • 🌟 The tutorial emphasizes the potential of Chat GPT as a personal assistant and a team of experts, capable of handling a wide range of tasks and providing expert advice.
  • 🎯 The importance of using Chat GPT daily and integrating it into one's workflow is stressed to fully leverage its capabilities and benefits.

Transcripts

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in this chat GPT tutorial you are going

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to go from beginner to Pro in one hour

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we'll start with the basics of getting

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setup and then you'll learn how to get

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better results from chat GPT using the

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rice prompt framework you'll learn how

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to set up custom instructions and also

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how to use all the new features one by

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one with plenty of use cases including

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how to create your own personal

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newsletter using browse with Bing how to

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do website reviews using chat GPT Vision

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how to do data analysis and create

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charts like this right inside of chat

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GPT how to summarize PDFs using the AI

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PDF plugin and how to generate beautiful

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images like this using Del 3 so whether

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you're new to chat GPT or an experienced

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user I think you're going to get a lot

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out of this tutorial I certainly learned

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a ton making it timestamps everything

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are in the description my name is Dara

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so let's dive straight

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in ready to get going with chat GPT just

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go to chat.

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open.com click on sign up to create an

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account for free you'll just need to

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verify your account by putting in the

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code that you'll get by text message and

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you can sign in with Google or just your

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email and that's how simple it is to

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sign up now using chat GPT is very very

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simple you can just say something like

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write an

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essay about Ai and it will generate the

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text based on your request now it can

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also generate code and also images which

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we're going to look at later but this is

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why this whole field is known as

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generative AI now in the sidebar here

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you can see a history of all of your

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chats and you can jump back in and

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continue the conversation or you can

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just create a new new chat every time

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you have a new task that you want to do

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now be aware that there are two

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different types or two plans for chat

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GPT there's the free plan which is

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honestly very powerful and it's great

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for everyday tasks but there is also a

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paid plan which is $20 a month and it'll

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give you Priority Access to new features

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and improvements so I have the paid plan

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here and you can see that I have some of

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the beta features like browsing with

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Bing data analysis and D 3 for

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generating images now as well as getting

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set up on desktop I do recommend you

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download the official chat GPT app it's

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available on iOS and also on Android and

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this is great to help you get work done

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on the go so that's really the basics of

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chat GPT let's dive in

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further getting chat GP p is like

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getting a team of people instantly that

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are there to support you and take you to

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the next level so what I would recommend

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you do right away is bookmark chat GPT

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pin it to the top of your browser here

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and get into the habit of using it every

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single day you can treat it like a

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personal assistant and delegate tasks to

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it for example I'll ask it to give me 20

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use cases for chat GPT and here are the

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some of the things that you can delegate

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to chat GPT really writing assistance

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language translation brainstorming ideas

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coding support uh travel planning recipe

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suggestions uh book summaries fitness

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and health tips product recommendations

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really anything that you could delegate

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someone chat GPT can probably help you

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with that now as well as sort of person

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personal assistant Chachi BT can really

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act as a team of experts or Consultants

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or mentors so I can ask it for example

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to act as a financial advisor and

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recommend if I should pay off my

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mortgage early or invest the my extra

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funds advice like this that would

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normally cost hundreds of dollars and

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involve scheduling calls really can be

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you can now get it from chat gbd

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instantly at no cost getting access to

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chat GPT is really like getting your own

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team so whenever you have a task to do

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don't try and do it yourself go straight

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to chat GPT and it can probably help you

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with that so be sure to pin it to the

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top of your browser and get used to

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using it every single

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day now let's dive into the world of

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chat gbd prompts and how to optimize

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them for better results so to get

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started let's define what a prompt is

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well it's really just the instructions

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that you're giving the AI for example

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write a blog post about the top five

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destinations for digital Nomads so these

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are much like the directions that you

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would give a team member and really the

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input is going to um Define the outputs

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or the results that you get from chat

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gbt so you can see this is a very basic

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prompt or instruction and and even still

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I've got quite a good result here I've

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got a blog post it's got the top five

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destinations and it looks um pretty good

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but this could be seriously optimized

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with a better prompt so I want to

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introduce you to the rice framework and

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this is what it looks

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like so rice stands for roll instruction

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context constraints and examples and

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let's build up this prompt step by step

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and you're going to see the incredible

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difference that it makes now a note that

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creating prompts like this uh is really

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known as prompt engineering and people

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are making a fortune doing this because

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of the results the that the right

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prompts can get and people are even

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selling their prompts now it's like

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their own personal IP it's an incredible

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opportunity

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um so this is going to be the basic

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process and who knows you might even

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start doing this for yourself so each of

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these elements plays a crucial role um

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really to get started and and the first

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thing you need to do is assign a role to

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um chat GPT so what I'm going to do is

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as we're trying to write a travel blog

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I'm going to assign the role as a travel

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writer and next we need to provide the

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instruction

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so what I'm going to do is is just copy

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and paste in stuff here I've prepared

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already

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um so I'm going to ask it to research

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and describe the top five destinations

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include information cost of living

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internet connectivity and co-working

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spaces share tips on visas and consider

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ex uh cultural experiences Etc next we

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want to move on to context so you could

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say like who your target audience is for

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this blog or you know maybe one simple

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language or it needs to be up to date so

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I'm going to say this is aimed at

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aspiring digital Nomads looking for

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their next adventure now constraints

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this is also important you want to set

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the boundaries for chpt to keep it on

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track so here are some examples for this

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particular

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example keep the blog post between 50 00

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and 2,000 words ensure the content is up

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to dat and use a friendly and

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informative tone

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throughout and uh finally we're going to

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move on to providing some examples so if

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you want to give an example to

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chbt you know this is what I expect you

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to

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Output this can be a really good way to

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get the results that you want so I've

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just copied in here a article a

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paragraph from an article that I like

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the writing style of it was friendly and

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it contained some of the information so

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looks a little bit messy there but we've

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got our rice

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framework so let's hit enter and see how

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much better this is than our basic

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prompt so already I think this looks a

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lot better we've got an opening

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paragraph are you an aspiring digital

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Nomad looking for your next adventure so

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already this is who the target audience

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is it's much more eye-catching if we

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look back and we can see this

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here so the

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introduction for our basic prompt wasn't

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that great but here you can see uh you

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know it's got a great opening paragraph

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it's written very user friendly it looks

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like it's written by uh human B is a

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paradise for digital Nomads Lisbon is

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the European Gem of digital Nomads

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medine known as the the city of Eternal

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spring changai hotspot for years Etc so

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you can see that they have some visa and

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immigration tips and um you know that's

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kind of much much better written because

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our prompt was much

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better so that's really an introduction

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to prompt engineering and the rice

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framework basically the better your

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prompts are the better result results

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that you're going to get now the good

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news is you don't have to come up with

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all of the stuff uh like I showed you

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there I filled in all of those those

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items one by one which you might be

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thinking oh that looks like a lot of

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work but what you can just say is I want

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you to write a blog post about the top

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five destinations help me create an

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optimized prompt using the rice

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framework you can list it out like that

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just hit

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enter and this will generate and you can

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see this is almost better than what I

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did your role as a travel blogger and

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you're writing this here's instructions

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and so you can take the prompt that chat

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gbt gave you the optimized prompt you

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could optimize it even further and then

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use that so again it can help you

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optimize prompts to get better results

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it's this kind of crazy loop but I think

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that's extremely valuable tip as well so

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try out for yourself the better your

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prompts the better your

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outputs now I'm going to show you how to

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share your prompts with colleagues team

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members or even your audience in the top

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right hand corner here you'll see the

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share chat button and uh you'll have the

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option if you want to click on the title

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and rename the prompt or chat that

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you're re-sharing I think that's perfect

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also here by default it actually appears

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Anonymous but you can share your name

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I'll do that that and then you can copy

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the link and send it by email I'll post

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this one in the description so you can

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try it out for

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yourself and once you click on it it'll

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open up like this inside of your chat

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GPT account you can just click on

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continue this

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conversation what you're going to see

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then is you'll have that prompt

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available uh to you so took a while

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there but it opened up so I've given you

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this promp promp here to optimize your

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prompts using the rice framework so you

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can just copy that and paste it into a

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new chat you can select your gbt 4 if

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you wanted to and uh just say what you

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want to do and then using this it'll

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optimize The Prompt for you so that's a

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simple way to share prompts with the

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built-in sharing feature in chat GPT

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give it a go custom instructions are

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great feature that can save you a ton of

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time with chat gpts so I'll show you how

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to set them up and also do it before and

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after so you can really see the benefit

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of them so to set up custom instructions

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just click on the three dots next to

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your username click on custom

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Instructions make sure you have them

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enabled here and then you'll be able to

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fill out these two boxes the top box is

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where you can input information about

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yourself such as what you do for work

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what are some of your goals now the

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bottom box probably the more important

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one is how you would like chat GPT to

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respond so that could include things

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like formal casual long an short answers

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Etc and there are some good examples

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here on the open AI blog for example I'm

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a software developer solely using the

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goang language and when I ask for code

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please just give me the code without any

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explanation or how it works bias towards

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the most efficient solution so that's a

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great example probably the best thing

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though is to show you a before and after

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and I'll also be sharing my own custom

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instructions at the end so be sure to

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just keep watching for that so I'll

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disable these and let's do an example so

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we can see without custom instructions

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what the answer is so I'll put it in a

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very uh basic example like what is

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bitcoin and here we see we can get the

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the answer I mean it's pretty good but

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it's hard for me to skim at read the

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language seems quite complicated there's

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a lot of terms and jargon I might not be

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familiar with and so what I've done is

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I've created a bunch of custom

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instructions I'll just enable them here

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but they are basic things like use

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Simple language and avoid jargon use

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real life examples or metaphors or

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analogy to explain complex topics always

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explain the why and the benefits as well

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as um you know the how to maybe and most

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importantly probably right in a way

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that's I can skim read with no large

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paragraphs and another one here that you

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know is important maybe not relevant to

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this example but if I ask for some sort

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of financial advice or help me think

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through a decision it'll always caveat

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the answers by saying you know be sure

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to consult a professional you know all

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the I'm not a child I understand this

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you don't need to repeat it every single

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time so if there are annoying phrases

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like that that that kind of annoy you

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you can just put these into custom

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instructions and it'll never mention

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them again and you'll have a much better

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experience using chat gbt finally

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provide some reliable sources so I can

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read further or check the accuracy of

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what chat GPT is saying so I'm going to

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save these uh let's do the example now

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with the custom instructions

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enabled so what is

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bitcoin and already you can probably see

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that this language is a lot simpler

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there's none of the jargon that was

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there before and the layout looks easier

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it's easier for skim reading and then

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there is the uh Source at the end which

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I can look at later so you tell me do

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you think this response is better or do

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you think this response is better person

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personally I like this one of course you

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can just program it however you want

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your responses um to be but I do want to

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share the custom instructions that I've

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input here because I think you can use

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them regardless of your role these are

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quite General so what I will do is share

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uh these custom instructions you'll find

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this link in the description and you can

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just open that up and then you'll just

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be able to copy

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these custom

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instructions and then open up your

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custom instructions here paste them in

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make sure you save them and that'll be

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applied to all of your new chats so you

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will have to open up a new chat um to do

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that so give that a go you can always

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tweak them and customize them as you go

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forward but that's I think is a good

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starting place so try a custom

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instructions right away and uh start

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getting better responses from chat

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GPT now I want to show you how to enable

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these amazing beta features in chat GPT

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like brow Bing Advanced Data analysis

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plugins and Di 3 now right now they're

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only available in the paid plan so if

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you do want to upgrade just click on the

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left sidebar here click on your name

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click on my plan and here you'll be able

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to manage your subscription the paid

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plan is $20 a month now even after

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upgrading you'll still need to actually

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go ahead and enable them so what you

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need to do is click on your name once

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again click on settings and beta click

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on beta features and make sure that

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these are toggled green here so that

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once you open up chat GPT that you'll

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see all of these features here and I'll

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go through them there one by one so you

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can see what they do and you can always

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decide afterwards if it's worth it for

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you to upgrade so if you're liking this

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video so far I'd appreciate if you give

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it a like so more people can find it

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and if you have any questions just

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comment below and I'll do my best to

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answer them okay let's dive in deeper

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and take a look at all of these uh beta

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features chat GPT can now access the

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internet and it's no longer limited to

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the knowledge base that it was actually

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trained on and this is all possible

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because of the new feature browse would

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Bing so I want to show you how it works

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and give you five use cases for it that

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you can go ahead and try right away so

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the first um use case is news summaries

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so to use brows of Bing you have to make

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sure that it's not selected on the

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default option that you actually change

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it to browse with Bing um what we're

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going to do is put in an example prompt

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here top five news stories from Tesla

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this week so if you're creating any sort

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of content news related content um this

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could be a good option if you just want

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to keep up with the news you can say the

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daily news from globally today or in my

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country the top five news items whatever

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you're interested in you can pop this in

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and you can see that it's browsing the

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internet now going through all of the

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various sources and that'll save you

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clicking through everything and uh

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filter out all the noise of the stuff

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you're also not interested in Twitter

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news sites they're extremely noisy

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there's a lot of stuff you might not be

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interested in and so personally I find

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this a good thing maybe on a Friday just

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to type in what I'm interested in and to

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catch up within you know five or 10

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minutes on all the main uh items and

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here we go it'll just list it out for us

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now you can see that it took a little

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bit of time for it to do that uh in the

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upcoming use cases I'll just cut that

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out that so it's a little not so boring

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for you to watch it but you can see that

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it's listing out the top five news

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stories

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here so you can see it's finished now

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the top five items I think there's some

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really detailed interesting things there

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that I hadn't picked up on even scanning

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the news a little bit during the week so

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I think that's news summaries is number

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one use case uh that is extremely useful

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now let's move on to use case number two

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which is accelerated market research so

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if you're conducting any sort of market

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research uh to understand industry

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Trends customer preferences or even

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competitors you can now do this with

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browse with Bing so I'm going to put in

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find the latest statistics on global

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electric vehicle sales and again it'll

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go out search various sources and

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collect all the data here in one place

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and that's finished loading up here now

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and you can see it is very detailed a

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lot of um statistics and all of the

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sources are included here as well if I

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want to go and look that up so if you're

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doing any sort of competitor Market

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investment research for work or just for

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yourself this is a great use case really

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having that accelerated market research

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now let's move on to use case number

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three which is to summarize web pages so

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any web page on the internet you can now

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summarize so for example there was this

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very popular article that was going

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around I saw it on Twitter but it was

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very long and I wasn't sure if I really

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wanted to read all of it so what I did

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is I just came into chat GPT and I said

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summarize this page in five bullet

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points and there we go I've got my

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bullet points uh really a summary of it

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helping me to understand what it's in B

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quicker

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um I can still go through and read it to

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get all the details which I actually

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ended up doing um but this is a great

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way again at work we in personal life

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just to get through a lot more

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information and to uh really stay

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updated now let's move on to use case

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number four which is travel planning so

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I'll show you an example of this now

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find three hotels in New York for $200

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or less per night near Central Park and

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now I've got my list I've got uh three

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hotels here listing the location the

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price the amenities of the

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hotel um and I've got three good options

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here you can see that they have it

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gathered from various sources and also

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uh

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offering Kind of Perfect for different

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types of Travelers maybe I could have

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said business traveler or hotel suitable

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for families something like like that

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but I think you know if you type this

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same search into

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Google this is just not the way that

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regular search engines are set up you

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have these aggregators where you can go

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and search on kayak or something like

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that but it's um but even if we click

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into this article which seems to be

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quite close to what I said you can see

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that there's a lot of information here I

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maybe don't need all of that and here is

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just summarize beautifully for me like

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perhaps a personal assistant would so

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that was number four use case travel

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planning now let's go on to use case

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number five which is website

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reviews so this is great because chat

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can can actually go to a website visit

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it and give you feedback on it so for

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example I'll ask it to go to this

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website and suggest three things to get

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more bookings so here are the three

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suggestions it said enhance the booking

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system uh for smoother experience add

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promotions or special deals throughout

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the website and a newsletter sign up so

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let's have a look we can see that the

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booking buttons may be over here maybe

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it could have been moved more Central as

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suggested uh there is no promotions

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maybe across the top or a banner that

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could maybe be an improvement a yellow

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banner across the top certainly that

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would be eye-catching and also a

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newsletter sign up yeah that's down here

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maybe not as uh maybe not as strong as a

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call to action and to get people to sign

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up so I think these are actually pretty

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good suggestions now you can ask it to

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say things like improve the copy or the

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words that are written on this on the

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website this is just a great way to to

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get objective feedback on your website

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or on your projects free of charge these

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website reviews can be kind of expensive

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to do so this is just another great way

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for people working on their own or even

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as part of a team to get more feedback

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on what they're doing so those were the

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five use cases um they were news

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summaries market

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research uh summarizing web pages travel

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planning and the last one website

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reviews so try those all out for

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yourself I think you're really going to

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be impressed what brow with Bing can do

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for you you can now upload images to

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chat GPT ask questions about them uh

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this feature is incredible I'll show you

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how it works and we'll go through five

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use cases so to use chat GPT vision and

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it as it's known you just need to go to

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the default mode it doesn't actually

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appear as a beta feature but you'll see

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this option here to attach an image so

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for the first use case we're going to

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get feedback on a a homepage so what

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I've just done is taken a screenshot of

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the homepage of this website I'm

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uploading it and I'm asking it how can I

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improve this homepage it's finished

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loading up now and it's listed out 12

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recommendations this is like getting a

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review from a professional designer and

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for example example it's saying make the

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upload button could be more prominent H

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perhaps using contrasting colors to

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stand out uh here we go it says maybe

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right below the fold so that's just

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below the area shown you could have a

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brief list of key features like Fast

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processing where supports bulk uploads I

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think that's a good idea testimonials

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also maybe having um a vis visualization

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to show people how the tool Works maybe

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a quick GIF or a short video snippet so

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these are good because this is just a

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static image here saying remove

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background image background I think it's

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quite clear what this tool does but yeah

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a slider or a gif or a gif if that's how

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you're supposed to say it or a video I

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think is a good suggestion uh maybe an

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alternate call to action so people not

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ready to upload an image just yet

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Perhaps they could have a learn learn

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more or see examples called action which

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I also think is a good idea chat support

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FAQ some other ideas there so again this

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is like having feedback from a

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professional designer I think really

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good for small businesses or people

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working on their own okay so let's move

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on to use case number two which is

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picture to text

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storytelling so what I'm going to do is

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upload my IM image once again and I've

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got a image of a spooky house here and

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I'm going to ask her to craft a spooky

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short story based on this image now the

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story has been generated and it looks

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pretty good I mean it understood that

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this was an image of a spooky house it

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gave it the name of crow Manor and it

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said it stood uh really in Moonlight

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bade the dilapidated structure maybe I

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could have said here put it in a short

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story for children so the language is a

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bit simpler but they have a whole story

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written out here just generated on the

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image it understood what the image was

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and it generated a story about it this

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could be great for Content creation um

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or even perhaps personal pictures that

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you want

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to write a short description about that

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could be an interesting use case so

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let's move on to use case number

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three which is image based learning so

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what here I've got is a

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picture um of a leaf let's just imagine

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I was out in the garden gardening and I

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took a picture of this on my phone

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uploaded it and then I'm asking it to

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identify and explain this disease so

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here it says that this Leaf has distinct

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brand lesions and it's really

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identifying that this is known as leaf

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spot and it has some factors that are

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really causing this so this is great I

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think for maybe identifying plants

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animals maybe rashes uh you know things

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like that you see on yourself for kids

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and you want to get H really some

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information on them I think this is

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another great use case image based

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learning now let's look at our fourth

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use case which is really digitizing

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handwritten notes so I've written down a

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note here and I'm just going to ask it

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to digitize

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this so here's my note and it has

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digitized it here I've seen some funny

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examples of people using this to read

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doctor's handwriting they're notorious

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for bad handwriting so people are

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uploading them here to find out what the

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prescriptions are for um this could be

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great for

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archiving um information I think another

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good use case now the fifth and final

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use case we'll look at is design

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recommendations for a bedroom so I've

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uploaded a picture of a bedroom here and

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I'll just say suggest improvements and

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let's see this is the before image and

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it's come up with 10 suggestions here

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including know decluttering improving

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the bedding adding a rug having some

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some wall

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decorations uh lighting and some

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curtains some in maybe some indoor

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plants um furniture

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placement um Okay so we've got good some

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good suggestions there I've actually got

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the after picture here as well so you

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can really see the

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transformation and pretty much what chat

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GPT said actually is in this image now I

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know it's quite hard to visualize but

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yes there is better bedding there is a a

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rug there is a plant there there is some

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things on the wall so it's not perfect

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but I think for free this is something

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you can use at home and get immediate

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benefit from that is just five of the

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use cases for chat GPT Vision so go

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ahead and try it out for

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yourself now I want to show you one of

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the most talked about features in chot

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GPT which is advanced data analysis also

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known as code interpreter now these

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sound quite technical but don't worry

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I'm going to show you a simple example

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about how anybody even a non-technical

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person like me can get the best out of

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this so make sure that you've got it

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selected and then you'll see the option

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down here to attach a file now you can

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upload really any type of file like a

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text a PDF an image uh CSV file any sort

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of coding files as well and you can

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really then ask questions in a natural

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way uh with chat GPT so the example that

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I'm going to use is just to download my

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YouTube analytics and you can do that by

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going into YouTube You'll see Advan mode

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up in the corner here and then you can

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go ahead and download all of your

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analytics then once you do that you'll

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see that it'll be downloaded into a

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couple of different file types and I

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just up loaded the table data um so

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that's really what I'm going to uh drag

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in

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here now coming back so I've got my

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files I'm just going to drop them

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in and so what I'm going to say to it

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here is just act as a data

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scientist and attach to my YouTube

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analytics take a

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look so first of all it just takes a

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look at the data to make sure that it

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can understand it so this is great it's

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taken a look at the data and it says

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that it contains all of

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these um colums here so content video

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title publish time subscribers

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Impressions Etc and now it even gives me

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some suggestions about what questions I

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could ask to get the most out of this

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data and that's incredibly helpful

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because often I don't know what to look

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for in my my own YouTube analytics or I

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can't find the data that I'm looking for

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so you know what you can also say is

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maybe suggest some

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questions so I'll type this in suggest

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questions that I should ask to get the

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best insights from the data provided so

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I've asked it that and it's given me 10

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different categories of questions that I

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could ask and there are some really

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interesting ones that here like um which

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videos might have the highest

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click-through rate what's have videos of

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the highest

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revenue um which videos have the highest

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and lower uh subscriber to view ratios

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so um let's have a look at some of these

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other ones first highest and lowest

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impressions are there common themes or

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topics among the top performing videos

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we can take a look at that maybe based

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on

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keywords uh average revenue per view

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across all videos I think that would be

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extreme extremely difficult to calculate

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uh just in in YouTube I don't you can

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even see that metric so it's interesting

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that with this tool we can ask in a

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natural way and find out and get

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insights about our data so let's take a

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look at maybe a couple of these example

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let's have a look at this one which

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videos have the highest and lowest um

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subscriber to view

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ratios so here we have the answer now

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the highest subscriber to view ratio was

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this video here where I got almost 5% of

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viewers to subscribe even though that

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video didn't do that well in terms of

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views I remember it's interesting to

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know that it did get a lot of

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subscribers um so maybe I can do some

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more videos on that and how to get canva

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Pro for free um very low

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subscriber uh rate there you can see

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it's not it's like 0.1% so my goal was

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to grow subscribers maybe more content

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like that would be good now I'm going to

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um really paste in a couple of more

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questions here that I practiced earlier

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so I know what the results are going to

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be but you can really go back to the

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list that was shown also and um just try

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out some of those for yourself I think

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to be aware of as well is it not just

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YouTube analytics it could be your

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Google analytics or analytics from ad

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campaigns really any analytics that you

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have or or data that you have you can

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put into this and ask questions about it

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here's another Insight the video with

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the highest click rate through was this

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video here um that had a 14% click

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through for for YouTube and that's very

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good um so maybe having more how-to

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videos like that or on that topic would

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be good now as well as just seeing the

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data in kind of text format there we can

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actually ask it to visualize the data so

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I'm going to ask it to visualize the top

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10 videos by subscribers gained and now

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I've got the uh visualization so I can

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see that

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um this video here you know had a lot of

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subscribers gained and I can see the

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popular ones and so this really again if

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I'm trying to gain subscribers I can see

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the videos that are really gaining

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subscribers if growing my channel by

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subscribers is my goal then those are

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the videos to focus on now as well as um

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charts like this you can do line charts

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basically any type of a chart that you

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want you could just say that and it

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would display the uh data like it so

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let's do one more and we'll do it in a

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table format it's another easy format so

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display the top five videos with high

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views but low subscribers in a table

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format

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and here I've got my table now showing

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me for

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example um the how many views needed on

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average to gain a single subscriber for

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each video so this is kind of like a an

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efficiency ratio how efficient was the

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video at converting those views into

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subscribers and you can see that this

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video was although it gained a lot of

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subscribers it wasn't that efficient in

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doing it because it required

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248 views to get one subscriber so again

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that's an interesting metric I'd never

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even thought about the efficiency of the

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video of converting from viewers to

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subscribers uh by the way subscribe to

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this channel as if you're enjoying these

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videos so I am not at all technical I

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very little experience with data

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analysis but even uploading my own

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YouTube anal analytics here very quickly

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I'm starting to get some good insights

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and I think that this is a tool that I

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can use a lot more going forward I think

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the key thing as well is that you can

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just upload your data remember to ask it

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to act as a data scientist and say what

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type of data it is and then also I think

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it's a good idea to ask it to suggest

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some questions you could should ask so

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with those steps you don't need to know

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anything really about the data what

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questions to ask to get insights for it

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so that is the data analysis tool also

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known as code interpreter it can do a

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lot more but I think that's a basic

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introduction to show you what it can do

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so try it out for

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yourself chat GPT plugins are a great

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feature that can extend the capabilities

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of chat GPT so I'm going to show you

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some of the most popular ones and really

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how useful they can be so make sure

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you've got plugins selected and you can

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see that no plugins are enabled so we

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can click on that go to the plugin store

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here you'll see the most popular plugins

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you can also see new ones and you can

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also search for them here as well let's

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get started by looking at AI PDF which

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at the moment is the most popular one we

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can just click install we can uninstall

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this anytime as well from what I can see

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all of these plugin are pretty much free

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some have paid on options uh to get use

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the full capabilities but these are free

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to use so it's not always clear what

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these can do

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so we can ask what can this plugin do to

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really get clear about how it works and

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when I was testing out some of these I

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find this useful way to just really

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figure out how I could use the plugin

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now this one is fairly straightforward

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you can use it to really chat with PDFs

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so it can summarize different PDFs and

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you can also search for like specific

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queries or words within the document

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quotes citations uh information like

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that so what you need to do is provide

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the URL to the PDF that you want to

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interact with so one example of a

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document you could chat with is a

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financial report so I'm going to go to

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the Tesla website here we're going to uh

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get the latest financials and you can

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see that this is uploaded to their

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website it's a public link with a PDF

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ending so I can just take that and we're

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going to pop this into chat gbt and I'll

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just uh ask it to provide a one-page

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summary of this this document and then

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paste in the URL to the

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PDF and now it opens it up and it's

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really having a look at the documents

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and here we have now a summary of the

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document we've got the highlights uh

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Financial summary operational summary

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vehicle capacity and really just a good

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summary of the document here now as well

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as summarizing a document we can search

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for specific terms so I'll ask for it

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how many times was FSD full self-driving

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mentioned it says that FSD was mentioned

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five times and I've asked for the

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quotations and they're listed out here

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so those are the main functionalities

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summarizing and searching for

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specific um quotes So another example is

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maybe chatting with books say for

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example The Great Gatsby you could ask

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for a essay on symbolism in the book or

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how many times uh the Green Lantern or

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light was mentioned in the book which is

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an important symbol so as well as

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Financial reports books perhaps

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scientific papers user manuals legal

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documents or or employee training

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documents all of these can be uh looked

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at more efficiently with the AI PDF

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plug-in one more thing is that if the

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PDF isn't in a public uh PDF file like

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this you can always upload it to and the

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AI pdf. apppp website it's free to do so

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if you got some private documents you

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can upload it there and then they'll

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give you the URL and you just paste it

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in there it works the exact same way

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let's take a look at another plug-in so

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to get it we can go to the plug-in store

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once again this one's on the second page

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where you can just search for it it's

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called doc maker so install that close

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the window and if you have multiple

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plugins like this it's best to just

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select the one that you want to use so

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there's no confusion now once again what

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we can do is just ask what type of

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documents uh can you make or what can

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you do as a plug-in so we can really get

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clear on what it can do and here it says

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we can create CSV files PDFs HTML

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PowerPoint

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presentations resumés or Excel

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spreadsheets so I have an idea to really

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take uh the information that we got from

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our summary from Tesla so I've already

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copied and pasted it here so what I'm

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going to say

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is I've copy and pasted the summary we

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got there but I've asked it to turn it

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into a PowerPoint presentation remove

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any of these page references and cut the

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Highlight section down five points you

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can see the Highlight section it's quite

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long and they also have these page

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references which I don't want to show up

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in my presentation so those are some

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instructions and let's submit submit it

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and see how it does all right so it says

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it's finished now took a minute but

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let's open it up and um take a look so

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here's our presentation now we've got a

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title page we've got the highlights

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which they did cut end five points I've

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got my financial operation on the

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different sections there so this is

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great I think it really speeds up the

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process of uh me creating the

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presentation myself now remember if you

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want to get more plugins you can just go

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to the plug-in store and look at the

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popular ones or search for them maybe

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one that's worth mentioning is Wolfram H

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this is great at math and uh engineering

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type

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information uh that's one of the

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criticisms of chat GPT or has been me in

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the past that it's not as strong in

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computation mats things like that well

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simple plugins like that can fix that

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and um fill in the gaps with chat GPT

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and make it extremely useful so that's a

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basic introduction to Chach PT plugins

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go ahead and try them out for

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yourself one big new addition to Chachi

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BT is di 3 which enables you to generate

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images right inside of chbt so just make

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sure you have that selected and once

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again you know you don't have to know

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exactly what to ask you can just what

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are some example prompts for Di 3 that

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create amazing images and it's going to

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give us um some prompts to ask so if

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you've been using other image generators

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like mid Journey you'll know that you

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have to be quite specific about the uh

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prompts or instructions that you give to

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to those tools but with cha PT because

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it understands natural language you

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don't have to be that specific um and it

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just feels like a very very natural way

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to work with these types of tools in a

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conversational format you know more much

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more natural than say mid Journey where

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you have to do slash imagine and have

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all of these and more technical

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approaches to prompting so here it's

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come up now with a

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um a prompt so let's just go ahead and

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copy this and uh we can paste this

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in and you can see that I'm just pasting

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this in like text I'm not doing for

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slash imag I'm not putting in any

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anything kind of weird like that this is

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just like typing text and this is really

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text to image generation and here are

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images are generated now we've got four

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images that are generated and if you

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click onto the image image you can

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actually see the The Prompt here and you

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can copy that if you want to get

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different versions of it but what we so

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what we'll do is maybe let's have a look

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at these

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images so this one looks quite

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interesting so what we'll do is maybe

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copy this prompt and I'm going to show

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you how easy it is to edit this and

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um what we'll say is we want two

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Majestic

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deers and let's see if we can follow

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these

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instructions wow so this is pretty nice

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it it understood that I wanted to change

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the image to two deers and it's given me

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a couple of different versions in the

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Stream up here and as you can see it's

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in the same style as the first image but

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it was very easy for me to edit it and

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again I've got the prompt there that I

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can just copy so these type of artistic

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images it's great at doing but what else

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can it

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do let's ask it what other types of

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designs it can make it's come back with

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a list of 13 types of images that it can

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make so concept art fashion designs like

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sketches of foot Footwear architecture

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and interior designs logos and branding

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I think that's when we could try out uh

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abstract art sci-fi and fantasy scenes

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infographics product design

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I think this is great if you have any

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product ideas and you want to visualize

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them book covers cartoons and Comics

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historical scenes um educational

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illustrations and Wildlife now this is a

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good point here remember that the more

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detailed and descriptive The Prompt the

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closer the resulting image will be so

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just like a text prompt when you're

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generating a blog post or whatever the

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more detailed your prompt at the better

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result that you're going to get so what

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I will ask it to do now is to create a

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logo for my coffee shop the daily brew

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and I want to show you that Chachi PT

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and and D 3 can actually even write

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legible text and this is amazing because

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this took a long time for Mid journey to

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be able to do this but you can see on

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the first release here that Chachi BT

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can do it the date it was established

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so we'll just put that in as

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2024 and here we have our design I think

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it looks pretty good uh some of the

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other designs actually the text was a

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little bit off so maybe not quite yet

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perfect but I think a great starting

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point you can always send these designs

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to a professional designer or someone

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even on Fiverr and say you know this is

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what I want or just tidy up the text so

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we've looked at artistics style images

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we've looked at logos uh let's look at a

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product idea so if I had an idea for

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Star Wars teapot let's just see what it

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comes up with now this is interesting

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because it says they're unable to

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generate images based on Star Wars due

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to content policy restrictions so that's

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quite interesting that uh these

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restrictions are already built in maybe

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but what we can do surpris

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me with the similar design and let's see

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what it comes up with here we have some

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pretty cool images this one in

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particular I like and this is just

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another example of how you can um

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visualize product ideas that you have

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and then always you could maybe even

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post those to your audience or or

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customers and say is this the type of

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product that you would like to make this

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is in the works give us feed feedback I

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think this is just a great tool

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overall um for getting feedback from

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customers or maybe visualizing ideas so

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that is just a quick look at Dolly 3 now

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remember it can do all of these other

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use cases as well but the best thing is

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to just get in and dive in and try it

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out with a couple of examples for

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yourself let's take a look now at chat

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GPT voice which is a feature exclusively

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available on the chat PT app so open

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that up and then go to settings go to

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new features and you can just enable

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that by clicking on voice conversations

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now when you open up a chat you'll see

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this icon the top right hand corner it's

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like a headphones you can click that

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open and then you'll be able to enable

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this and let's run through a couple of

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use cases

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now I have an interview as a product

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manager at Google please ask me a series

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of questions one by one to help me

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practice for this interview of course

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I'll help you get prepared let's get

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started first question why do you want

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to be a product manager at Google and

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how does your experience align with this

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role okay so in this example then i'

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continue to answer those questions and

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really that's I think a great use case

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practicing podcast interviews maybe uh

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interviews for jobs really any sort of

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presentation you have to give uh I think

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this is a great use case now another use

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case is probably language learning on

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the go so let's try this how do I say

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good morning in Spanish and can you give

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me some tips for correct

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pronunciation

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certainly good morning in Spanish is

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Buenos di for pronunciation Bueno sounds

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like wos Diaz sounds like Diaz tip the

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emphasis is on buenos and day in

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Diaz now how about we move to the next

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interview question so you can see there

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it was going back to the previous um

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conversation so probably best to open up

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a new chat every time you want to have a

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conversation now let's do that here new

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chat and let's do a final use

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case I wanted to act as a tour guide

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I'm at the Eiffel Tower in Paris can you

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give me um like as if you were a tour

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guide explain some interesting facts

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about the Eiffel Tower of course I'd be

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happy to share some interesting facts

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about the Eiffel Tower firstly the

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Eiffel Tower or lur eiel in French was

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completed in 1889 as the entrance arch

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for the 1889 World's Fair which

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celebrated the 100th anniversary of the

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French

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Revolution so there you go I think those

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are three interesting use cases maybe

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interview practice language learning and

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as essentially a tour guide now I really

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do think this is where all of this

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technology is going we're going to be

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talking to it like uh real people there

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is a bit of a delay on this right now

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but this is just the beginning this is

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the first release of this feature and I

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think this is really going to be the

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main uh way we interact with AI in the

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future so it's exciting even to get a

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glimpse into it

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now that wraps up this chat chpt

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tutorial thank you for watching all the

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way to the end if you enjoyed it give it

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a like and comment below what any

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questions you have or other videos you'd

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like to see about Chachi PT And

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