Skip to main content

Johan Bové

Wondering how long it will take for to be added to Amazon's Alexa devices. This would make both instantly more useful because of the ubiqutiousness of Amazon's devices and the power of OpenAI.

Johan Bové

Johan Bové

good that we have some time ahead of the USA to use it, as right around this time of day, afternoon in German, the system seems to be getting overloaded.

Johan Bové

is already helping me improve my German grammar. It's truly wondrous.

Johan Bové

If I was Stackoverflow I would definitely have a close look at

Johan Bové

Not kidding; is replacing my Internet searching using questions really fast. It is incredible how fast answers come back. It's like having a savvy colleague who you can reach out to at any given time and responds in a few seconds. I now have https://chat.openai.com/chat open in a tab basically all the time.

Johan Bové

Clear that ChatGPT does not create - it reproduces.

Clear that ChatGPT does not create - it reproduces.

Input:

Tell me a story about a bear family, a girl, their porridge, their chairs and their beds.

Output:

Once upon a time, in a forest far, far away, there lived a family of bears. There was Mama Bear, Papa Bear, and Baby Bear. The bears lived in a cozy little cottage in the woods, and they were very happy together.

One day, a little girl named Goldilocks stumbled upon the bears' cottage while she was out for a walk. She knocked on the door and, when no one answered, she let herself in.

Inside, Goldilocks saw three bowls of porridge on the table. She tasted the porridge in the first bowl and it was too hot. She tasted the porridge in the second bowl and it was too cold. But when she tasted the porridge in the third bowl, it was just right!

After she finished her porridge, Goldilocks saw three chairs in the living room. She sat in the first chair and it was too hard. She sat in the second chair and it was too soft. But when she sat in the third chair, it was just right!

Feeling tired, Goldilocks went upstairs to see if she could take a nap. She saw three beds in the bedroom. She lay down on the first bed and it was too hard. She lay down on the second bed and it was too soft. But when she lay down on the third bed, it was just right!

Just as Goldilocks was drifting off to sleep, she heard a loud noise. It was the bears, who had come home and were shocked to find a strange little girl in their house. Goldilocks woke up with a start and, realizing that she had overstayed her welcome, she quickly gathered her things and ran out of the cottage.

The bears never saw Goldilocks again, but they always remembered the little girl who had eaten their porridge, sat in their chairs, and slept in their beds. And from that day on, they made sure to lock their door whenever they left the house, just in case another unexpected visitor came by.