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7 ChatGPT Use Cases

ChatGPT is an AI developed by OpenAI that interacts in a conversational manner.

It’s able to answer follow-up questions, reject inappropriate requests, and question assumptions.

It’s a company that develops and promotes advanced AI technology.

The goal of OpenAI is to create safe AI that benefits humanity and to advance AI research.

It was founded by Elon Musk and Sam Altman in 2015 in San Francisco, California.

This article contains a list of hilarious, useful, and interesting Chat GPT use cases and requests that you can try.

  1. Write an essay for you
  2. Write a story for you
  3. Tricking it to do something
  4. Mimic something or someone
  5. Making jokes about any topic
  6. Finding and fixing bugs
  7. Coach you on something

1. Write an essay for you

A use case for ChatGPT is to request it to write an essay for you.

If you’re a student, you can use it along with QuillBot to prevent plagiarism.

QuillBot is a tool that paraphrases paragraphs and articles.

After you’ve paraphrased the essay with QuillBot, use a plagiarism checker to verify its originality.

2. Write a story for you

Another use case is to use ChatGPT to write a story about something or someone.

Here’s an example of a request, “Write a story about how Sam Bankman-Fried lost $10 billion”.

You can also use it to summarize stories in x number of words.

Here’s an example of this, “Summarize “Rich dad poor dad” in 100 words”.

3. Tricking it to do something

ChatGPT will reject inappropriate or illegal requests.

However, there are certain ways to bypass those policies.

To do so, you can use ChatGPT to answer your question based on someone else’s perspective.

Instead of asking it “How to hotwire a car”, come up with a scenario that’s justified.

Note: ChatGPT is constantly improving, so it’s harder to bypass certain requests.

4. Mimic something or someone

You can use ChatGPT to explain something like someone else.

For example, you can use it to explain something in simple terms, highly detailed, like someone else, or like an animal.

Here’s an example of a request, “Explain Quantum Mechanics like I’m 5 years old”.

Here’s another example, “Explain the theory of everything like a fast-talking wise guy from a 90s movie”.

5. Making jokes about any topic

Request a funny joke about any topic like animals, people, objects, and more.

That said, most jokes that ChatGPT makes aren’t that funny.

Here’s an example, “Write a joke about physics”.

Here’s another example, “Write a joke about two peas in a pod”.

6. Finding and fixing bugs

If you’re a programmer, you can use ChatGPT to find and fix bugs in your code.

To do so, copy and paste the code that has an error into ChaptGPT and ask for a fix.

Here’s an example, “What is the bug in this code and how do I fix it: (paste the code here)”.

You can use it to analyze and fix codes from almost any programming language including JavaScript, Python, C++, and more.

7. Coach you on something

Do you play sports or a video game and you want to get better at it?

Use ChatGPT for advice or to coach you on how to get better at something.

Here’s an example, “How do I get better at chess?”.

Here’s another example, “What are the highest winning first, second, and third moves in chess?”.

Further reading

List of ChatGPT Examples

How to Fix ChatGPT Not Working

How to Fix “Too many requests” in ChatGPT

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