What exactly is ChatGPT?
Before we dive into the world of prompts, let’s first clarify what ChatGPT actually is. ChatGPT is an advanced chatbot based on OpenAI’s GPT 3.5 architecture. This AI technology makes it possible to generate human-like texts and interact with you in a natural way. As an event organiser, you can use ChatGPT to answer visitor questions, provide event details and much more.
What are prompts?
Prompts are the requests or questions that you send to ChatGPT in order to receive a desired answer or text. They form the basis for your communication with ChatGPT. A well-formulated prompt is key to achieving the desired results. In the following, we will take a closer look at how prompts affect the quality of the generated content. By using such precise and well-formulated prompts, you can maximise the performance of ChatGPT and create valuable content for your target groups.
Comparing does & dont’s for prompts
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What do you have to keep in mind when creating prompts?
1. Define a clear objective: Before you create a prompt, you should know exactly what your goal is. Do you want to collect information for the event website, answer attendee questions or generate social media posts? Make sure your prompt is precise and specific. The more precise the question, the better the answer.
Example prompt: “Create a prompt to collect information about our event attendees that can be published on our website.”
2. Formulate specific questions: Make sure your prompt is precise and specific. The more specific the question, the better the answer.
Example prompt: “Can you provide me with the biography of the keynote speaker for our ‘InnovationX’ event? Please add information about his previous presentations.”
3. Consider the context: Consider the current context and provide all relevant information that ChatGPT needs to answer the question correctly.
Example prompt: “Can you give me directions to our event location ‘Congress Centre XYZ’? Please note that the event will take place on 5 December.”
4. Give clear instructions: Give clear instructions on how the answer should be formatted. You can request formatting instructions, bullet points or specific information.
Example prompt: “Create a schedule of events for our music festival ‘SoundWave’. Please organise it by day and give the times.”
5. Test and optimise: After you have created the prompt, test it to ensure that the responses are as expected. If necessary, optimise the prompt to achieve better results.
Example prompt: “Revise the prompt for creating a summary of our art exhibition catalogue to make sure it is more accurate.”
6. Use prior knowledge: ChatGPT can use information from previous requests, so it’s helpful to reference previous conversations.
Example prompt: “Based on our previous conversation about ticket prices, please give me a breakdown of ticket categories and their costs.”
7. Keep the prompt short and concise: avoid prompts that are too long or confusing. Short and clear questions are more effective.
Example prompt: “Create a short summary of today’s workshop ‘Digital Marketing Strategies’.”
8. Avoid ambiguity: Make sure the prompt does not contain ambiguous terms or ambiguous language.
Example prompt: “Please create a description for our ‘Open Air’ event so that it is not confused with our ‘Open Source’ project.”
9. Use templates and examples: If available, use templates or examples to simplify the creation of prompts.
Example prompt: “Can you give me an example prompt for creating an event FAQ?”
10. Ask for creativity when needed: If you need creative content, ask for it explicitly in your prompt.
Example prompt: “Can you develop a creative slogan for our music festival ‘GrooveFest’ that describes the mood and diversity of our music?