I'm not sure what you were expecting from it? Did you think it was a sentient being?Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! It's a language learning model. It is pretty good (compared to what came before) in taking human input and replying in kind. It is pretty good at finding associations and working with that. It is quick and can rome through the internet more quickly than you can. My approach has been to figure out what its strengths and weaknesses are and working with that. You can't (or shouldn't IMO) try with one example and then give up on it just based on that. It isn't the end all, be all of computing but it is pretty useful in many ways. Ask it to summarize every subject that you studied in college. My approach would be to have it do that for one subject. If it isn't getting at the details that you want, ask follow up questions. You like the current response then ask it to do that for xxx and list every course that you took. Have it limit it to one page. Now read those pages and you just got a pretty good refresher course of your university days. Do that for subjects that you didn't study. That is useful as well. Maybe you are thinking about politics? Make some statement that reflects your viewpoint and ask it to pick out the flaws. Go back and forth a few times. You might find it helpful or interesting. It's not that it's going to be "right" and you're going to be "wrong". It just might be an interesting enough exercise to be worth your time. Maybe you heard someone mention a novel that you read long ago and you remember that you liked it but you can't remember the details. Ask ChatGPT to summarize it in one page. Maybe you didn't have a lot of history in school and now you are more interested. Ask Chat to summarize the civilizations from x to y. Tell it go give more detail (or less detail). Ask for more information about a specific era that you are most interested in. Ask it to critique Max TegmarkPlease Register or Log in to view the hidden image! It can do math. It can program (code). You will probably have to check over it. It's helpful if it's a subject that you understand somewhat in the first place. Sometimes it's just 100% wrong. The various models differ as well. There is ChatGPT 3.5, ChatGPT 4, Bravo, BingChat. They can all do different things. They can all be wrong or annoying. What are you comparing them to though? Google Search or HAL from 2001 A Space Odyssey?") Maybe you are feeling especially opinionated on a subject and the person you are talking to is really opinionated in the opposite direction. Run your thoughts through Chat first and you might catch a few opinions that you now realize were a bit off base. I don't know if you have ever checked out Quora? The questions are usually stupid. The answers are usually pretty good but it's a tough forum to spend any time on. Just imagine if all questions were first run by Chat and the first answer to every question was the Chat response. In most cases, there would be no need for any other responses.Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!