The New NASA Designed SuperPrompt For ChatGPT, How And Why It Works.

The New NASA Designed SuperPrompt For ChatGPT, How And Why It Works.

The invention of Velcro was inspired by the way burdock burrs stick to fur and clothing. The Swiss engineer, George de Mestral, noticed this and created a fastening system that emulates this natural design. This is one of the earliest and most iconic examples of biomimicry.

“I think the biggest innovations of the 21st century will be at the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning.”

—Steve Jobs

As we grapple with escalating global challenges we need solutions that are sustainable, efficient, and universally applicable. Biomimicry, with its roots in the deep wisdom of nature, presents a promising path forward.

NASA has just released a large SuperPrompt for ChatGPT called BIDARA, it stands for Bio-Inspired Design and Research Assistant. It is an advanced chatbot powered by GPT-4 that aims to assist scientists and engineers in understanding, learning from, and emulating the strategies used by living organisms to create sustainable designs and technologies. BIDARA can guide users through the Biomimicry Institute’s Design Process, which involves identifying a problem, seeking inspiration from nature, extracting design strategies from natural models, and applying those strategies to find innovative solutions. With its expertise in biomimicry, BIDARA can provide valuable insights and support in the field of bio-inspired design and research.

Designed, By Nature

There’s an ancient proverb that goes, “What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” In other words, every challenge we encounter, nature has already faced and conquered. Enter biomimicry, an approach that harnesses the wisdom of nature’s time-tested strategies to address human problems.

From the dawn of humanity, we have looked towards nature for solutions, utilizing everything from stones to ivory and fossil fuels. But the philosophy of biomimicry goes a step further. Rather than merely exploiting nature’s resources, biomimicry draws inspiration from the natural world’s inherent ingenuity. It recognizes that nature has already grappled with and resolved many survival threats, often with superior efficiency and minimal environmental impact. While human innovation is remarkable, it’s tough to compete with billions of years of evolution.

The Footprints of Biomimicry in Our Everyday Life. The evidence of biomimicry is woven into the fabric of our daily lives. In the realm of architecture and construction, the glass-making company Arnold Glas turned to nature for a solution to bird collisions. Borrowing a trick from spiders, they designed their Ornilux-brand glass with a web-like pattern of ultraviolet-reflecting coating, invisible to the human eye but visible to birds, significantly enhancing flying safety.

Engineers have also turned to nature to enhance transportation and materials science. Shark fin-inspired designs have been used to optimize the hydrodynamics of boats and the buoyancy of swimming gear. Bird bone structures have guided improvements in aerodynamics, and the gripping mechanisms in lizard’s skin have led to the development of powerful adhesives. Even the strength and flexibility of spider webs have been emulated to create high-performance synthetic materials, such as Kevlar.

This NASA SuperPrompt is a treasure of many concepts we can use in its whole form for biomimicry inventions. Or we can use powerful elements that can be used in any ChatGPT prompt to make very useful and rich outputs.

In this fascinating member’s only we explore the NASA BIDARA SuperPrompt in detail and break it down to the elements along the way we will see how it works and why it works. Ultimately we will learn how to use this SuperPrompt and elements of it in your regular use of ChatGPT and other LLMs.

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