Welcome, fellow ChatGPT enthusiasts! Are you looking for ways to harness the power of this versatile tool for educational purposes? You’re in the right place! In this guide, we’re going to explore how you can use ChatGPT prompts to enhance your learning experience or help others on their educational journey. From brainstorming ideas to expanding your knowledge in various subjects, ChatGPT can be a game-changer for learners of all ages.
This page is part of the How to Use ChatGPT guide. At the bottom of this page, you’ll find links to other use cases.
Lesson Planning and Content Creation
- Generate lesson objectives and outcomes
User prompt: Create three lesson objectives for a lesson on photosynthesis for middle school students, focusing on understanding the process, its importance, and the factors affecting it.
- Objective 1: Explain the process of photosynthesis, including key components and steps, such as light reactions and the Calvin cycle.
- Objective 2: Investigate the importance of photosynthesis in the ecosystems as the primary source of food and oxygen production.
- Objective 3: Identify factors that affect the rate of photosynthesis, such as light intensity, carbon dioxide concentration, and temperature.
- Develop engaging activities to teach the concepts
User prompt: Suggest two engaging activities for a 6th-grade science class to learn about the parts of a plant cell and their functions.
- Activity 1: Edible Plant Cell Model – Have students create a 3D model of a plant cell using edible materials like fruits, candies, and gelatin to represent different organelles. This hands-on activity will help students visualize and remember the parts of a plant cell as they build and then explain their edible model to their classmates.
- Activity 2: Plant Cell Scavenger Hunt – Divide the class into small groups and provide each with a set of clues describing the functions of different organelles. Students then search for labeled pictures of the organelles hidden around the classroom or school grounds. This activity promotes teamwork and reinforces the understanding of plant cell functions in a fun, interactive way.
- Create assessments to measure student understanding
User prompt: Design three types of assessment questions to evaluate students’ understanding of the water cycle and its various stages, focusing on depth of knowledge and application.
- Multiple Choice Question: Which stage of the water cycle involves water changing from a gas to a liquid? (A) Evaporation (B) Condensation (C) Precipitation (D) Runoff. Answer: (B) Condensation.
- Short Answer Question: Using your own words, explain the process of transpiration and its role in the water cycle. Answer: Transpiration is the process by which plants release water vapor into the atmosphere through tiny openings called stomata. It is an important part of the water cycle, as it helps move water from the Earth’s surface into the atmosphere.
- Diagram-Based Question: Provide a labeled diagram of the water cycle, indicating where each stage (evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection) occurs. Answer: A well-labeled diagram with arrows showing the progression of water through the water cycle stages.
- Generate content outlines for instructional materials
User prompt: Create an outline for a one-page infographic on the topic of renewable energy sources, focusing on solar, wind, and hydroelectric power.
Title: Renewable Energy Sources: Solar, Wind, and Hydroelectric Power
Brief overview of renewable energy and its importance in combating climate change
How it works: photovoltaic cells converting sunlight into electricity
Advantages: sustainable, no greenhouse gas emissions, steadily decreasing costs
How it works: wind turbines capturing kinetic energy from wind and converting it to electricity
Advantages: clean energy source, low operating costs, land use compatible with agriculture
How it works: dams or run-of-river systems using water flow to generate electricity
Advantages: reliable, low carbon footprint, water storage and flood control benefits
Encouragement to support and invest in renewable energy sources for a sustainable future
- Develop engaging lesson starters or warm-up activities
User prompt: Suggest a warm-up activity for a high school history class on the topic of the American Revolutionary War to capture students’ interest and stimulate critical thinking.
AI response: Activity: Fact or Fiction – American Revolutionary War Edition.
- Write several statements about the American Revolutionary War on the board, some true and some false.
- Divide students into pairs or small groups.
- Students will discuss and decide if each statement is fact or fiction.
- Reconvene as a class and go through each statement, with teams sharing their answers and reasoning.
- Reveal the correct answers and provide brief explanations for each statement.
- Create engaging examples and case studies
User prompt: Provide a brief case study for a high school economics lesson on supply and demand, using the market for electric vehicles as an example.
AI response: Case Study: The Market for Electric Vehicles and the Interplay of Supply and Demand.
Briefly explain the context of the electric vehicle (EV) market, including increasing concerns about climate change and government policies promoting EV adoption.
Discuss factors driving the demand for electric vehicles, such as environmental awareness, government incentives, and technological advancements (e.g. battery range improvements).
Explain how these factors lead to increased demand and how demand shifts affect market equilibrium.
Discuss factors influencing the supply of electric vehicles, such as production capacity, availability of materials (e.g. lithium for batteries), and competition from traditional internal combustion engines.
Explain how these factors can affect the supply curve and the market equilibrium.
Potential Future Trends
Briefly discuss future factors that could impact the EV market, such as technological breakthroughs, changing consumer preferences, and policy changes.
Recap key takeaways about supply and demand dynamics in the electric vehicle market and their relevance to overall economic theory.
- Generating multiple-choice questions
Using the AI, you can generate multiple-choice questions for your quizzes and assessments. This helps you create engaging and diverse questions covering different topics.
User prompt: Create a multiple-choice question related to the water cycle with four answer options.
AI response: Question: Which process in the water cycle involves water vapor in the air changing into liquid water?
- Creating fill-in-the-blank questions
Fill-in-the-blank questions can also be generated to assess the understanding of specific topics, and encourage critical thinking and recall of information.
User prompt: Create a fill-in-the-blank question about photosynthesis in plant cells, where the blank should be filled with a specific organelle.
AI response: Photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert sunlight into usable energy, occurs within the ________ of plant cells.
- Generating scenario-based questions
You can create scenario-based questions to assess problem-solving and decision-making skills, as well as to promote practical application of the learning material.
User prompt: Craft a scenario-based question related to the management of resources within an ecosystem.
AI response: Question: A local forest supports a variety of plant and animal species. However, due to overdevelopment in the area, the ecological balance is being disrupted. As an ecologist, what action would you recommend to enact a sustainable and effective strategy to preserve the ecosystem?
A) Encourage reforestation efforts
B) Introduce invasive species to control overpopulation
C) Limit recreation and tourism in the forest
D) Remove native predators from the ecosystem
Personalized Tutoring and Homework Support
- Explaining complex concepts
You can use the AI to get detailed explanations for complex concepts in various subjects, and break down the information into easy-to-understand language.
User prompt: Help me understand the basics of quantum mechanics.
AI response: Quantum mechanics is a branch of physics that focuses on the behavior of energy and matter at the atomic and subatomic level. It is based on the idea that energy is not continuous, but instead, exists in small packets called quanta. Some of the key principles in quantum mechanics include wave-particle duality, Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, and superposition. These principles help explain phenomena that classical physics cannot, such as the behavior of atoms and subatomic particles.
- Checking mathematical calculations
The AI can assist you in verifying your calculations or solving mathematical problems.
User prompt: Please help me solve this mathematical problem: Integrate x^3 with respect to x from 1 to 4.
AI response: To integrate x^3 with respect to x, find the antiderivative:
∫x^3 dx = (1/4)x^4 + C
Now, apply the definite integral from 1 to 4:
((1/4)(4^4)) – ((1/4)(1^4))
= (64) – (1/4)
- Providing guidance and feedback on written work
You can present a passage from a written work and ask for suggestions, feedback, or help with improving clarity and readability.
User prompt: Can you provide suggestions to improve this sentence? “The water evaporates through the sun’s heat and has to go up, and therefore, they turn into large floating clouds.”
AI response: Here’s a revised version of your sentence: “Water evaporates due to the sun’s heat, rising and transforming into expansive clouds in the process.”
- Answering subject-specific questions
You can seek assistance with subject-specific questions related to homework or assignments that cover a wide range of topics.
User prompt: In what year did Christopher Columbus first arrive in the Americas and what were the names of his ships?
AI response: Christopher Columbus first arrived in the Americas in 1492. He was accompanied by three ships: the Santa Maria, the Pinta, and the Niña.
- Solving math problems step-by-step
Get step-by-step solutions and guidance for various mathematical problems, ensuring a proper understanding of the solution process and techniques involved.
User prompt: Can you help me solve this equation step-by-step? 2x + 4 = 12
AI response: Sure! Let’s solve the equation step-by-step:
1. Subtract 4 from both sides of the equation.
2x + 4 – 4 = 12 – 4
2x = 8
2. Divide both sides by 2.
(2x)/2 = 8/2
x = 4
The solution is x = 4.
- Providing assistance with historical events or context
Receive explanations and context regarding historical events or situations, which can be helpful in understanding the nuances for essays or primary sources interpretations.
User prompt: Can you explain the key factors that led to the start of World War I?
AI response: World War I began in 1914, with multiple factors contributing to its outbreak. Some key factors include:
1. Nationalism: The intense pride and sense of identity associated with different European nations contributed to political tensions and rivalries.
2. Imperialism: The competition for colonies and territories overseas further fueled animosity among European powers.
3. Militarism: The buildup of military forces and technology led to an arms race, making countries prepared and eager for armed conflict.
4. Alliances: Complex alliances between countries, such as the Triple Entente (Russia, France, and the UK) and the Triple Alliance (Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy), created a web of commitments that would ultimately trigger the outbreak of war.
The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in June 1914 acted as the catalyst, setting off a chain reaction that resulted in the start of World War I.
Language Learning and Writing Assistance
- Practicing conversational skills
Engage in conversations and ask questions to practice your foreign language skills, enhance fluency, and internalize grammatical structures.
User prompt: Hola, estoy aprendiendo español. ¿Cómo estás hoy?
AI response: ¡Hola! Me alegra saber que estás aprendiendo español. Estoy bien, gracias por preguntar. ¿En qué puedo ayudarte hoy?
- Getting translation help
Translate sentences, phrases, or words between languages to improve understanding and expand vocabulary.
User prompt: Can you translate this sentence to French for me? “I would like to order a pizza and a salad, please.”
AI response: Sure! Here’s the translation: “Je voudrais commander une pizza et une salade, s’il vous plaît.”
- Receiving feedback on pronunciation and sentence structure
Request feedback on your pronunciation or sentence construction, helping you to refine and enhance your language skills.
User prompt: Can you tell me if this German sentence is correct? “Ich gehe in der Schule jeden Tag.”
AI response: Your sentence is almost correct, but the correct preposition should be “zur” instead of “in der.” The correct sentence would be: “Ich gehe zur Schule jeden Tag.”
- Identifying and correcting grammar mistakes
Provide a sentence or phrase, and ask for assistance with identifying and correcting grammatical errors.
User prompt: Can you help me correct this sentence? “Me and my friend is going to the park today.”
AI response: Sure, I’d be happy to help! The corrected sentence is: “My friend and I are going to the park today.”
- Enhancing vocabulary
Request synonyms or explanations of words to improve your lexical toolkit and make your writing more diverse and engaging.
User prompt: Can you give me a few synonyms for the word “amazing”?
AI response: Of course! Some synonyms for “amazing” include: astonishing, incredible, fantastic, astounding, and remarkable.
- Improving sentence structure and clarity
Share your sentence or passage and ask for suggestions on how to rephrase or rewrite it for better clarity and structure.
User prompt: I need help with this sentence: “The apple, which is red and the farmer that picked it, with a smile and kindness in the morning at dawn.”
AI response: I’d be happy to help you rephrase the sentence for better clarity: “In the morning at dawn, the farmer picked the red apple with a smile and kindness.”
- Generating creative writing prompts
Ask for prompts or ideas based on a specific theme, genre, or character to kickstart your next creative writing project.
User prompt: Can you give me a fantasy-themed writing prompt involving a dragon and a rogue thief?
AI response: In a world where dragons reign and humans serve, an unlikely alliance forms between a cunning rogue thief and a young dragon, both outcasts from their respective societies. Together, they embark on an epic quest to uncover the truth about a lost artifact that holds the key to peace between their worlds.
- Requesting feedback on your creative work
Share a passage from your creative writing story and ask for constructive feedback to identify areas for improvement and strengthen your storytelling abilities.
User prompt: Please provide feedback on this paragraph from my story: “The sun dropped slowly below the horizon, splashing colors across the sky like a painting. Laura stood, holding her breath, as the moment drew out like an orchestra reaching its climax.”
AI response: Your imagery is vivid and beautifully written. The comparison of the sunset to a painting and the moment to an orchestra’s climax creates a strong emotional impact. One suggestion would be to add an adjective to describe Laura’s emotion during the scene, like “awestruck” or “captivated,” providing insight into her connection to the moment.
- Expanding or continuing a story
Present a storyline or a passage from your writing and request ideas or suggestions for expanding upon it, taking your narrative in new and exciting directions.
User prompt: I have a story where a girl discovers she has magical powers. She has been trained in secret by her grandmother. Can you help me come up with a twist or continuation for the story?
AI response: As the girl delves deeper into her magical training, she stumbles upon a hidden room in her grandmother’s home, filled with ancient artifacts and a mysterious locked journal. Upon further investigation, she learns that her family descends from a long line of magical guardians who once protected a powerful artifact. Now, a new threat is emerging, seeking this artifact, and the girl must embrace her heritage and powers to safeguard the world from unforeseen dangers.
Enhancing Special Education Support
- Simplifying complex concepts
Ask for explaining complicated topics or concepts in simpler terms, making them more accessible to diverse learners.
User prompt: Can you explain photosynthesis in a way that’s easy for young children to understand?
AI response: Photosynthesis is like a plant’s way of cooking its own food! The plant takes in sunlight, water, and a gas called carbon dioxide, which we breathe out, and turns them into food and oxygen. The oxygen is released back into the air for us to breathe. This process helps plants grow and gives us clean air to breathe!
- Creating visual analogies
Request help with developing analogies or visual examples that can make abstract concepts more relatable and tangible for diverse learners.
User prompt: How can I explain the concept of gravity to a student with a learning disability using a visual analogy?
AI response: An easy-to-understand visual analogy for gravity is imagining Earth as a giant magnet. Instead of pulling metal objects, it pulls everything towards it – including people, animals, and objects. This “invisible pull” keeps our feet on the ground and stops things from just floating away.
- Developing learning materials tailored to specific needs
Provide information on a learner’s specific needs, and ask for assistance in creating or adapting learning materials to cater to those requirements.
User prompt: I have a student with dyslexia. Can you help me modify this explanation of the water cycle to make it easier for them to understand? “The water cycle is the continuous movement of water on Earth, from its various sources to different destinations. It consists of processes such as evaporation, condensation, precipitation, and collection.”
AI response: Absolutely! Here’s a modified explanation of the water cycle: “The water cycle is like a big circle that water follows on Earth. It starts when the sun heats up water in oceans, lakes, and rivers, turning it into vapor. This is called evaporation. Next, the water vapor cools down and forms clouds through condensation. Then, water falls from the clouds as rain or snow, which is called precipitation. Finally, the water returns to oceans, lakes, and rivers, so it can start the cycle again, and we call this part collection.”
- Role-playing social situations
Practice real-life social situations by asking for conversational prompts or role-playing scenarios. This can help develop appropriate responses and improve communication skills.
User prompt: Can you give me a role-playing scenario where a student needs to assertively express their feelings to a friend who continually interrupts them?
AI response: Student: “Hey, I’ve noticed that you tend to interrupt me a lot when I’m speaking, and it makes me feel unheard and disrespected. I value our friendship and our conversations, so could you please try to be more aware and let me finish my thoughts before jumping in?”
Friend: “Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t realize I was doing that. I’ll make an effort to listen more carefully and not interrupt you. Thanks for letting me know.”
- Generating social skill activities
Request ideas for activities to practice and develop specific social skills that will help learners better engage in social situations.
User prompt: Can you suggest an activity that will help students practice active listening in a group setting?
AI response: One engaging activity to practice active listening is “The Shapeshifter Story.” Divide students into small groups and have one person start by telling a short story. Then, moving clockwise, each member of the group must continue the story, adding new elements or characters. In order to make a coherent story, students will need to actively listen to each other and build upon the ideas shared by their peers.
- Developing coping strategies for social challenges
Ask for assistance in creating coping strategies or techniques to manage specific social challenges, such as managing stress, controlling impulsivity, or dealing with rejection.
User prompt: How can a student manage the stress of meeting new people during a school event?
AI response: There are several strategies a student can use to manage stress during social events:
- Deep breathing: Take slow, deep breaths to help calm the mind and body.
- Visualization: Close your eyes and visualize a positive experience, like having engaging conversations or making new friends.
- Prepare conversation starters: Think of a few questions or topics to discuss, making it easier to initiate conversations with new people.
- Break it down: Focus on one interaction at a time rather than the whole event.
- Self-reminders: Remind yourself that it’s okay to feel nervous, and remember to take breaks when needed.
- Developing instructional strategies
Request ideas for instructional strategies tailored to the specific needs outlined in the IEP to help implement the student’s individualized goals effectively.
User prompt: Can you suggest a multisensory approach to teach math skills to a student with dyscalculia as stated in their IEP?
AI response: A multisensory approach to teach math skills to a student with dyscalculia could include:
1. Using manipulatives, such as blocks or Base 10 blocks, to represent numbers and equations visually.
2. Incorporating physical movement, such as hopping or clapping along with counting activities, to help students feel the rhythm of numbers.
3. Utilizing digital tools or apps that combine visual and auditory elements to engage learners in math concepts more interactively.
- Identifying and addressing potential obstacles
Seek guidance in recognizing and tackling the obstacles a student might face when working towards their IEP goals, and discover strategies for overcoming those challenges.
User prompt: What obstacles might a student with ADHD face when working on their IEP goal of improving focus during reading tasks, and how can they address these obstacles?
AI response: Obstacles a student with ADHD may face include:
1. External distractions: Minimize distractions in the environment by creating a designated, clutter-free reading space. Use noise-cancelling headphones, if needed.
2. Internal distractions: Teach the student techniques for self-monitoring and refocusing, such as taking short breaks or using visual cues to remind them to return to the task.
3. Boredom or disinterest: Provide the student with high-interest reading materials, and consider incorporating their hobbies or interests into the task to increase motivation.
4. Reading fatigue: Encourage the student to utilize audiobooks, read out loud, or follow along with a finger or bookmark, to engage multiple senses and promote focus.
- Suggesting accommodations and modifications
Ask for recommendations on appropriate accommodations and modifications that align with an IEP’s specified goals, helping the student achieve success in their academic endeavors.
User prompt: How can I modify assessments for a student with an IEP goal of improving reading comprehension skills, considering their auditory processing disorder?
AI response: The following modifications could be implemented for a student with an auditory processing disorder:
- Provide written instructions: To support the student’s understanding, offer written instructions for assessments alongside any oral instructions.
- Incorporate visual aids: Use graphs, charts, and other visual representations to reinforce information and aid reading comprehension.
- Additional time: Allow the student extra time to read and process information, reducing pressure and promoting comprehension.
- Use assistive technology: Encourage the use of text-to-speech tools or audiobooks with adjustable playback speed, allowing the student to listen at a pace that best supports their needs.
Professional Development for Educators
- Addressing challenging student behavior
Ask for suggestions to manage specific challenging behaviors that you might encounter in the classroom, helping to create a nurturing and supportive learning environment.
User prompt: How can I handle a situation where a student consistently refuses to turn in their homework?
AI response: To address the issue of a student consistently refusing to turn in their homework, you could:
1. Have a private conversation: Discuss the situation with the student and try to understand the reasons behind their refusal. This can help you identify any underlying issues and create a plan to support them.
2. Set clear expectations: Ensure the student knows the expectations for homework completion and emphasize the importance of meeting these expectations.
3. Develop a tracking system: Implement a homework tracking system, such as a planner or checklist, to help the student stay organized and accountable.
4. Offer support: Determine if additional academic support, such as tutoring or extra resources, is needed to help the student complete their homework.
- Strategies for maintaining student engagement
Request ideas and approaches for keeping learners actively engaged in the classroom, ensuring they participate effectively in the learning process.
User prompt: How can I boost student engagement during a 90-minute math class?
AI response: To boost student engagement during a 90-minute math class, consider the following strategies:
1. Break it up: Divide the class into shorter sessions of various activities, such as guided instruction, group work, and independent practice, to help maintain students’ focus and interest.
2. Use real-life examples: Incorporate real-world scenarios and examples to make math concepts relatable and interesting.
3. Encourage collaboration: Utilize group activities or collaborative problem-solving tasks, promoting peer interaction and enhancing the learning experience.
4. Incorporate technology: Implement interactive digital tools, such as educational games or learning apps, to make the class more engaging.
- Establishing effective classroom routines
Seek advice on creating and maintaining routines that contribute to a well-organized and efficient learning environment for both students and educators.
User prompt: How can I establish a morning routine for my 3rd-grade classroom that sets the tone for the day?
AI response: An effective morning routine for a 3rd-grade classroom could include the following steps:
- Greeting students: Welcome students with a warm greeting as they enter the classroom, establishing a positive and inclusive atmosphere.
- Morning check-in: Encourage students to check-in with their feelings, using emojis or other visuals to represent their emotions. This can help you better understand their needs for the day.
- Setting daily goals: Guide students in setting realistic, individual goals for the day to foster motivation and a sense of purpose.
- Morning activities: Assign brief, engaging activities that students can complete as they arrive, helping them transition into a learning mindset and reducing idle time.
- Reviewing the schedule: Go over the day’s schedule as a class, discussing important events, due dates, or expectations, so that students are informed and prepared.
Generating ideas for team-building activities
Request recommendations for team-building activities that can be implemented among educators, promoting collaboration, trust, and strong communication.
User prompt: Can you suggest some fun and engaging team-building activities for a group of elementary school teachers?
AI response: Some team-building activities for a group of elementary school teachers could include:
1. Bridge building: Divide the group into smaller teams and provide each team with materials like straws, tape, and scissors. Ask them to design and construct a bridge that can support weight. This activity encourages collaboration and problem-solving.
2. Virtual escape rooms: Utilize online escape rooms to engage teachers in solving interactive puzzles and mysteries together, fostering teamwork and communication.
3. Two truths and a lie: Teachers take turns sharing two truths and one lie about themselves. Colleagues then discuss and try to identify the lie, helping to build connections and learn more about each other.
Brainstorming solutions to classroom challenges
Seek collaborative input for addressing common classroom issues or concerns, tapping into fellow educators’ insights and experiences.
User prompt: Our team of middle school educators is struggling with keeping students engaged during remote learning. What strategies do you suggest we could use to improve engagement?
AI response: To improve engagement during remote learning, consider implementing the following strategies:
1. Encourage student interaction: Offer opportunities for students to collaborate on projects or assignments, fostering a sense of community and encouraging peer support.
2. Breakout rooms: Utilize virtual breakout rooms during lessons for small group discussions or problem-solving activities, promoting active participation.
3. Gamification: Implement game-based learning techniques, quizzes, and competitions to make lessons more enjoyable and engaging.
4. Increase personalized feedback: Take extra time to provide individualized feedback for students to show that you are attentive to their progress and needs.
Sharing resources and teaching strategies
Request ideas or resources that can be shared among educators, enhancing teaching practices and student outcomes.
User prompt: I could use some fresh ideas for engaging and interactive science experiments for my 5th-grade class. Any suggestions?
AI response: Here are some engaging science experiments for your 5th-grade class:
- Bottle rocket: Teach students about chemical reactions and propulsion by creating a simple bottle rocket using baking soda, vinegar, and a plastic bottle.
- Static electricity butterfly: Introduce students to static electricity by creating a butterfly with tissue paper wings that can “fly” due to the static created by rubbing a balloon on a piece of cloth.
- Plant growing experiment: Teach students about plant growth and the scientific method by planting seeds in different conditions, such as varying light or soil quality. Students can observe the results and hypothesize on the outcomes. Feel free to adapt these experiments to fit your curriculum and resources.
🙌 Responsible use of AI & ChatGPT
To fully capitalize on this cutting-edge technology, it’s important to keep ethical considerations and limitations in mind.
- Navigating Ethical Considerations: When using ChatGPT to assist with any topic, bear in mind the ethical aspects involved. Take the advice it offers with a pinch of salt and always verify suggestions before putting them into practice.
- Double-checking Accuracy and Reliability: Ensure the information ChatGPT provides is accurate and relevant to your topic. Confirm its validity by cross-referencing with trustworthy sources.
- Putting Privacy and Security First: Be conscious of the data you share while interacting with ChatGPT. Protect your personal and sensitive information by avoiding unnecessary disclosures and following recommended security practices.
- Being Aware of AI-based Assistance Limitations: Recognize that ChatGPT might not have all the answers for every topic. Use it as a helpful sidekick rather than an all-knowing oracle.
- The Perfect Balance: Foster a productive partnership between AI and your own knowledge when exploring any subject. Let ChatGPT spark new ideas and possibilities while trusting your creativity and intuition for your final decisions.
P.S. – No one asked me to put this disclaimer here, but I did anyway. ChatGPT, in particular, can be extremely potent when using it with a specific intention and prior domain knowledge.
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