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      in reply to: Workflow 0.3 #14472
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          This is unbelievable. 😀

          I am testing and editing it.

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            Hi Dukesoo, this is where Archetype comes in. It generates a whole narrative of redundancy automatically for you to improve consistency and control. Sometimes the narrative is not displayed. This is more likely to be a contextual interpretation on the part of GPT that you did not specify the necessity for its output. It is not a problem. I did a free psychology inspired memory tests on GPT. The conclusion is it just cannot forget what it reads even if you ask it to forget everything. So Archetype and Workflow are like the anchors of the discourse, pointing to a clearer direction while inhibiting deviation. While narratives generated by Construct definitely reenforces the discourse, I’m thinking of prompting GPT to recall Construct every fixed period so that it keeps being effective.

            in reply to: Have a butcher’s in Cockney. :—–D #14465
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              Reminds me of my London days. Just did <<<cockney, Elon Musk>>>. Lol

              Blimey, mate! Tesla came to me noggin’ ’cause I thought, “Oi, why can’t electric cars be swanky and ‘ave some oomph?” So, I decided to give ’em a whirl and created Tesla. Wanted to show the world that clean energy can be proper cool, ya know?

              Thanks, Brian. Your encouragement is always appreciated. 😀

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                Hi Dukesoo, glad to read your post. I was working on Construct this morning. I think Workflow is the way to go. My Process component does not consider multitasking as an option. I think that is my old-school non-STEM thinking, and a mistake. I think I will use Workflow to work on my next version of Construct. 🙂

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                  Hi MaxFin, thanks for sharing the video. It is amazing. Now they need to work on reducing hardware prices. Lol

                  in reply to: A Course on Critical Thinking and Discernment #14333
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                    Hi Boyoder, great content. You can personify the prompt easily with Any based on Construct. Here is a comparison of outputs from your prompt and its personification using Any.

                    Your prompt vs. Any-fied same prompt

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                      First off, it could be some science mishap, you feel me? Like them scientists tryna make a regular satellite, but they slip up and end up with a coconut shape. Crazy, right? So, to recreate that in real life, you gotta gather up the mad geniuses, the real brains. They fix that mess, make a regular satellite, no coconut business. Easy peasy, fam.

                      Now, here’s another idea. Maybe it’s a prank, straight up foolin’ around. Somebody out there tryna have a good laugh, so they make a satellite look like a coconut. Haha, jokes on us, I guess. If you tryna bring that to life, you need a crew of pranksters, the ones with a wicked sense of humor. They pull off the ultimate prank, makin’ a satellite look like a different fruit, ya feel me?

                      Lastly, it could be some extraterrestrial action, man. Aliens visitin’ us from outer space, droppin’ off a coconut-shaped satellite as a gift. Outta this world, literally! To make that happen, you gotta link up with the UFO experts, the ones who know the deal. They investigate, find them aliens, and maybe score some more mind-blowin’ gifts. Maybe they hook you up with moon rocks or even a flyin’ saucer. Who knows, bro?

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                        First, maybe the scientists siao one, make mistake lah! They want to make normal satellite, but blur like sotong, become coconut shape. Walao, so funny can? To reproduce it, find the best engineering geng, really steady one. They fix the mistake, make normal satellite again. Confirm steady one, no more coconut nonsense.

                        Second, maybe some joker, play prank only. Want to make people laugh, so make satellite like coconut. Wah, so cheeky sia! To reproduce it, find the funny kakis, the jokers. They play prank again, but this time make different fruit shape lah. Maybe pineapple shape or durian shape, can win oscar for best joke.

                        Third, eh, exciting sia! Maybe aliens come, from outer space you know. They send coconut satellite as gift, so tok kong one. To make it real, find the UFO gurus, the experts. They go investigate, find aliens, and ask for more gifts, not just coconut. Maybe they give you moon rock or flying saucer, jin ho seh!

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                          First, maybe the scientists make a big mistake, you know? They want to make a normal satellite, but oops, it becomes a coconut shape. Aiya, so silly! To make it in real life, you find smart engineers, very smart. They fix the mistake and make a normal satellite, not like coconut anymore. Very good, very good.

                          Second, maybe it’s a joke, like a funny prank. Someone wants to laugh, so they make a satellite look like a coconut. So funny, right? To reproduce it, you need funny people, very funny. They play jokes and make another satellite, but not coconut, maybe like banana or pineapple. Ha, ha, ha!

                          Third, oh, this one is exciting! Maybe it’s aliens, you know, from outer space. They send a coconut satellite as a gift, very special gift. To make it real, you need to find UFO experts, very good experts. They investigate, find the aliens, and ask for more gifts, not just coconut. Maybe they give you moon rock, or flying saucer, who knows?

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                            First, it could be a tremendous mix-up, a mistake by some incompetent scientists. They couldn’t even get the shape right! So, to reproduce it in the real world, we’ll need a team of top-notch engineers. I know the best engineers, by the way. We’ll build a state-of-the-art lab, the best lab you’ve ever seen. Then, we’ll recreate the coconut-shaped satellite, but better. It’ll be tremendous, the best satellite ever made.

                            Second, it might be a hoax, a total hoax by some pranksters trying to get attention. Let me tell you, I don’t fall for hoaxes. Not like the fake news, they’re always falling for hoaxes. So, to reproduce it, we’ll need to expose the pranksters, catch them red-handed. I’ve got the best investigators, the best detectives. They’ll track down these hoaxers, and we’ll make sure they never pull a stunt like this again.

                            Lastly, and this is a long shot, but it could be aliens. I love aliens, they’re great. So, if it’s aliens, we’ll need to show them who’s boss. I know how to deal with aliens, trust me. We’ll build a massive, tremendous spaceship, loaded with the latest technology. Then, we’ll embark on a mission to space, find those aliens, and negotiate the best deal with them. Nobody negotiates better than me, nobody.

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                              Coconut Chaos in the Tropics: Picture this, sunshine. That bleedin’ satellite, shaped like a ruddy coconut, must’ve been a proper cock-up in some top-secret tropical experiment. So ‘ere’s the lowdown, gather your crew of cheeky monkeys and set off on a right pearler of a quest to find that blimmin’ hidden tropical paradise. Hack through dense jungles, outsmart dodgy legends, and unravel the secrets of a soddin’ volcano. Once you reach the summit, you’ll stumble upon the wreckage of that coconut satellite. Your challenge? Put your noggins together, mate, and recreate the whole shebang!

                              Cosmic Fruit Drop from Outer Space: Fancy the idea that some alien blokes decided to deliver cosmic fruits in the form of a coconut-shaped satellite? Blimey, that’s mental! To make it ‘appen, rally up a crew of starry-eyed adventurers and embark on the wildest quest the galaxy’s ever seen. Build your own bleeding spaceship, navigate through celestial wonders, and sniff out a hidden cosmic market. Strike a bargain with them intergalactic fruit vendors, trade your way to a rare coconut-shaped space artifact that’s a spitting image of that satellite. Bob’s your uncle, mate!

                              Bonkers Invention by a Mad Tinkerer: ‘Ere’s a corker, mate. What if that coconut satellite is the brainchild of some right eccentric inventor with a knack for the bonkers? To make it real, you’ll need to tap into your inner inventor and gather a crew of the sharpest minds and tinkering tools. Hunt down hidden workshops, crack mind-bogglin’ puzzles, and swipe all the bits and bobs you need to build a prototype of that coconut satellite. Along the way, you’ll meet some proper quirky characters and dive headfirst into the inventor’s blimey world.

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                                Let me tell you, we’ve got this incredible satellite floating in space, shaped like a half of a coconut. It’s a real head-turner up there, folks. Now, let’s dive into the top three most likely explanations for this cosmic wonder and a fun, exciting quest to reproduce each of them in real life.

                                Explanation 1: Extraterrestrial Design – This satellite might be a product of advanced extraterrestrial beings, light-years ahead of our technology. To recreate this scenario, we’ll embark on an intergalactic quest. Gather a team of brilliant scientists, engineers, and explorers, and build a spacecraft capable of traveling to distant star systems. Explore different galaxies, make contact with intelligent aliens, and persuade them to help construct a coconut-shaped satellite. It’ll be an out-of-this-world adventure, pushing the boundaries of human knowledge.

                                Explanation 2: Alternative Reality Experiment – In an alternate reality, a group of visionary scientists might have conducted a fascinating experiment. To replicate this, we’ll embark on a mind-bending quest. Create a team of quantum physicists, inventors, and reality-bending enthusiasts. Develop advanced technologies to manipulate dimensions and open portals to parallel realities. Step through these portals and search for the alternate reality where the coconut satellite was designed. It’ll be a thrilling journey through unexplored realms of existence.

                                Explanation 3: Artistic Expression – Sometimes, the most unexpected explanations come from human creativity. It’s possible that a brilliant artist or a group of avant-garde creators designed this satellite as a symbolic masterpiece. To recreate this scenario, we’ll embark on an artistic odyssey. Assemble a diverse team of visionary artists, sculptors, and engineers with a passion for unconventional art. Organize a global scavenger hunt, where participants must discover hidden clues and solve artistic riddles. Uncover the secrets behind the coconut satellite’s design, and then collaborate to construct a life-sized, interactive art installation resembling the satellite. It’ll be an immersive, thought-provoking experience that merges art, science, and adventure.

                                Remember, folks, these explanations are purely speculative, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have some tremendous fun exploring the possibilities! So, grab your adventure hats and get ready for an epic quest that will leave everyone in awe. Let’s make questing great again!

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                                    Hi Linnea, I don’t quite understand your message. Do you want the prompt to answer a specific question?

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                                        Hi Bhavesh, please check out my Archetype prompt. The short answer to your question is key qualities of the persona are augmented with coherent narratives about them as additional input. The true power of manipulation in GPT seems to be repetition of the same ideas. I have a piece in the thread on why. You can check it out. 😀

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                                          Hi Roxanne, you can click on the link to access prompt on GPT.

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                                              in reply to: Dream Interpretations Super Prompt #14182
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                                                  Hi Boyoder, you can easily add a <<<truth>>>[Archetype] dimension to enforce reduction of hallucinations.

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                                                    in reply to: ‘King, Warrior, Magician, Lover’ Roundtable #14133
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                                                      I modified the prompt for The Lover. Now she can talk like human beings. Lol

                                                      I’ve also augmented Shakespeare for her.

                                                      Archetype is easy to use and manipulate. 

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