What (and how) to ask ChatGPT, this is the question, and everyone should find the answer because it is the most Powerful Weapon? This is valid point for life in general. While life is colourful and the answers may come later – the AI will either give you something useful right away or it will not.
Ask ChatGPT What to ask
You can ask ChatGPT any question related to a wide range of topics, such as general knowledge, current events, science, history, technology, and more. When asking a question, it is best to be specific and clear in your query. This will help ChatGPT understand what information you are looking for and provide you with the most accurate and relevant answer. Additionally, you can ask for follow-up information or clarification on an answer, and ChatGPT will respond accordingly.
What to ask ChatGPT
You could ask the AI:
- Professional /Technical/ Questions
- Tasks you have in your school, job, home
- It could generate articles, poems, programming code for certain type of problem.
But, it cannot answer for you
- What profession/ or technology/ you should pick. This is about self-awareness.
- What task completion will be valuable for your employer, for your teacher, your wife/husband/ or you. Only you know what you want in this life.
All the content that it will generate will be derived work. It may be non-existing in the exact sentences or sequence, but nonetheless.
The AI adapts to the way the question is asked
This is the most crucial, critical and important aspect – having clear definition of the desired result or ACs. The ability to negotiate is one of the most powerful weapons in the world. It could help you:
- Pick-up Women
- Win arguments
- There is funny demonstration of how good the requirements must be https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7022897146798432256/.
- They are also important for Financial Result.
- The world peace and prosperity depends on the negotiations of the leaders.
ChatGPS is a language model, so it may educate you how to ask questions to complex problems. This is something that Jordan Peterson emphasises a lot in different lectures and talks.