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Ways People Are Using ChatGPT Beyond Simple Chats

As technology advances, we have to make an effort to keep up with the latest online tools and the one everyone is talking about at the moment is ChatGPT. You will have heard of this clever chatbot, but you might not know its full potential. We will discuss ChatGPT’s real-life practical uses for students writing assignments, teachers writing lesson plans, bloggers creating new content, and business people writing corporate emails. We will also address how to avoid being detected for using an AI writing tool and the limitations of ChatGPT.  

Using ChatGPT

What is ChatGPT?

In simple terms, ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) robot that you can talk to in the format of instant messaging. It is a special program that you can use to access information quickly, and it also produces written content for you to use.

You can ask ChatGPT questions or have conversations with it, just like you would with a real person. It can be fun to chat with ChatGPT as if it is a real person and ask it for advice, tips, or information. 

AI bots are becoming increasingly advanced, and ChatGPT is one of the most popular and well-known examples of an AI bot with useful real-life applications. So, let’s dive into various ways that people use ChatGPT beyond just chatting.

Ways to Use ChatGPT Beyond Chatting

Whether you are a student, a teacher, a writer, or another kind of professional, ChatGPT can come in handy and save you time. By giving clear instructions, ChatGPT can create written content that you can turn into a completed assignment, a lesson plan, a blog post, or an email in much less time than if you had written it from scratch.

You might think that these are big tasks but ChatGPT is now so advanced that it can also write whole e-books. This is not a common use of the platform, but it is possible.

Writing Assignments

ChatGPT uses the knowledge it can access online to give you answers and help you out with assignments. You just need to give ChatGPT concise and clear prompts like: “Please write me an essay plan for the topic ‘Should the US Aim to Use 100% Clean Energy by 2050?’ This essay will be 2000 words long.”

Then, ChatGPT will produce an essay plan for this topic. Once you have seen the plan, you can ask ChatGPT to make changes or leave it as it is and ask the bot to write the essay. ChatGPt is pretty good at understanding what you’re saying and responding in a way that makes sense. You just need to give clear instructions. 

Writing Lesson Plans

As a teacher, it can become tedious to write lesson plans for your classes, but with ChatGPt, it becomes a breeze. Simply ask the bot to produce a lesson plan for you based on a topic of your choice and feed it any necessary information.

For instance: “Write a lesson plan about addition for a class of 20 children aged 8. This will be a 45-minute long seated math class and the children will work in groups of 4.” This may seem like a lot of information to feed an AI bot, but ChatGPT will produce a comprehensive lesson plan for you to use. You can edit the plan as you see fit or ask ChatGPT to make alterations.

Writing Blog Posts 

If you are a blogger or work in marketing, it can be very helpful to have ChatGPT on your side to make the creation of comprehensive blog posts quicker and more fun. Using a similar process to essay writing and lesson plan creation, you just need to give ChatGPT a clear prompt.

You might say: “Please write a blog post plan for the following topic: The 20 Best Cafes in Amsterdam. This post is for a travel blog and it will be 3000 words long. The tone should be friendly and informal.”

Writing Emails

Finally, a common use of ChatGPT is writing corporate emails so you do not have to worry about your tone. Simply make a list of the things you want the email to cover and say it should be written in a formal business tone. Of course, you should edit the email before you send it to make sure your tone and message are being conveyed appropriately.

How Not to Get Caught Using ChatGPT

ChatGPT can write like a real person, using proper grammar, punctuation, and interjections. That being said, you need to be clear with ChatGPT about what you want the tone of the text to be. You should also look out for repetitive phrases, incorrect or outdated information, and phrases that do not sound like you.

You can get caught using ChatGPT in school, university, or at work if you do not pick up on these little indicators. Some educational institutions and workplaces will let you go for using AI and submitting it as your own work. There are some key things to know about how to not get caught using ChatGPT if you want to get away with it undetected. For one thing, be aware that there are online scanners for AI writing. Make sure to edit and put enough into your own words that your work is not flagged as written by a robot.

Limitations of ChatGPT

ChatGPT has been taught a lot of information from the internet, so it knows a wide range of facts and figures. However,  there are limitations to what ChatGPT knows or can find out. For instance, if new information has just been released about a scientific advancement, world news, or a TV show, for instance, ChatGPT may not be aware of it yet.

It is wise to fact-check figures, make sure any business premises you mention are still open and running, and scan a text for repetitions before completing the text. This can avoid embarrassing questions down the line. 

Despite its limitations, ChatGPT is a fantastic tool with several real-life applications for education, work, and leisure.

Using ChatGPT

As you can see, ChatGPT is a clever tool that is only getting smarter. As an AI bot, it can scan the internet for information and answer your questions. It can also write essays and assignments, lesson plans, blog posts, emails, and even novels. This tool is going to continue to evolve and will become an integral part of our lives. Get to know ChatGPT today so you can stay up-to-date with the latest technology.

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