My experiments with ChatGPT

This language model chatbot has taken the world of technology by storm. Everyone says it’s going to wipe out Google sooner or later. I am not a technology creator, but an end user. When I see new technology, I want to know how this is going to bring ease to my life. So, like everyone else, I took a shot at ChatGPT.

I am not a scientist. I am not a business analyst. I don’t need project reports and I don’t need answers for my examination papers. I am a writer, a journalist, a photographer, an editor, vlogger. I take pictures, make reels, write stories and articles, make videos for my YouTube channel. I enjoy reading books, listening to music, watching movies, cooking, gardening, meeting people, travelling, experiencing cultures and beautiful spaces.

Now, that I have listed my work and interests, I am going to explore ChatGPT for all these activities. So, I logged in and began my chat with this bot.

Here go my chats:

AG: What is your name?

My name is ChatGPT. I am a large language model developed by OpenAI. I can answer questions, write, and generate text on a wide range of topics.

AG: Where do you live?

CHATGPT: As a language model, I do not have physical existence, I am a software program that runs on servers. My “home” is on the servers of OpenAI, where my data and model reside and can be accessed by users like you via API.

AG: Can you find my location?

CHATGPT: I’m sorry, but I am not able to find your location. As a language model, I do not have the capability to access any device or personal information. My abilities are limited to answering questions, generating text, and providing information based on the knowledge that I have been trained on.

AG: Can you write a fiction story?

CHATGPT: Once upon a time, in a far-off kingdom, there lived a beautiful princess named Isabella. She had long golden hair, sparkling blue eyes, and a heart of gold. She was beloved by all who knew her, but her heart belonged to only one – a handsome prince named Alexander.

Alexander was the prince of a neighboring kingdom and had come to visit Isabella’s kingdom on a diplomatic mission. It was love at first sight for both of them and they spent every moment they could together.

But their happiness was short-lived, as a wicked sorcerer, jealous of their love, cast a spell on Alexander. The spell turned him into a hideous monster and he was banished from Isabella’s kingdom.

Isabella was heartbroken and swore to find a way to break the sorcerer’s spell and bring her beloved prince back to her. She set out on a journey to find the one person who could help her – the wise old wizard who lived in the enchanted forest.

The journey was long and treacherous, but Isabella was determined to save her prince. She faced many dangers along the way, from fierce beasts to treacherous bandits, but she never gave up.

Finally, she reached the wizard’s hut in the heart of the enchanted forest. The wizard listened to her story and told her that the only way to break the sorcerer’s spell was to find a magical flower that grew on the highest peak of the mountain.

Isabella set out once again, this time to the mountain, and after many days of climbing, she finally reached the peak and found the flower. She picked it and brought it back to the wizard.

The wizard used the flower to break the sorcerer’s spell and Alexander was restored to his former self. He and Isabella were reunited and they lived happily ever after.

The end.

AG: Can you share a blog on offbeat travel?

CHATGPT: I’m sorry, I am not able to provide you with a blog on offbeat travel, but I can give you some information on what offbeat travel is and some tips on how to plan your offbeat travel experience.

Offbeat travel refers to traveling to less-frequented and less-touristy destinations, as opposed to more popular and well-known tourist hotspots. This type of travel often involves exploring remote or lesser-known areas and immersing oneself in local culture and traditions.

Some tips for planning an offbeat travel experience include:

Researching destinations that are off the beaten path and not typically on the typical tourist itinerary

Seeking out local guides or travel experts who can provide insight into the area and help plan an authentic experience

Being open to new experiences and being flexible with your plans

Staying in local accommodations, such as homestays or small hotels, rather than large chain hotels

Being mindful of the impact of tourism on local communities and taking steps to minimize negative impact.

You can also try searching online for blogs, articles and videos written by people who have traveled to offbeat destinations. These can provide valuable information and inspiration for planning your own offbeat travel experience.

Well, for all of you who use AI, we are clear from this last sentence, that human beings and their unique traits can never be replaced. We all have our unique qualities that we bring out in our conversations, work, writing, journaling and AI is not unique. It is a human-fed coding mechanism, which can only give you programmed solutions, and limited solutions. I enjoy reading books from all over the world. CHATGPT can’t be an Enid Blyton by giving me some silly story. So, I blog on, loving the chat with this bot.

AG: Thank you

CHATGPT: You’re welcome! I’m glad I could help. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.

Do share your thoughts on what you think of AI.

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38 thoughts on “My experiments with ChatGPT

  1. i have heard content marketers who do that as their job, i worried about this product as it gives the user all the tools to write their own conent, i am buying this soon, thanks for sharing this amber.


  2. I have my reservations about this entire thing. We’re writers and as such strive to create a style with our words and connect with our readers. If an AI can write stories, where will it take us? Not everyone has the talent and can simply copy paste.

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  3. I was quite curious about ChatGpt cuz my friends keep talking about it. Your blog has answered a lot of my questions. Thanks for that Ambica. I feel very sad about this thing and our dependency on AI. The other day i was watching a series where a techie builds an app that copies snippets of music from many songs n makes a new song. The creativity n invention is great but how it works n the consequence isnt. I feel the same about ChatGpt…

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  4. True of what you mentioned. Human beings can never be a substitute of anything which I feel so strongly. We all are destined to do something with the unique possibility we are made into or have got. The part where u mentioned about the fiction story l was literally waiting to know the answer from the bot.

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  5. Interesting. Your conversation with AI is the perfect example that it cannot write about real-life experiences. I don’t think it will replace writers as such.

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  6. Have heard so much about Chat GPT and reading your post, I must say I’m intrigued. It is a boon for the technical or mechanical fields, where logic and insight are required more than thoughts and emotions. but when it comes to penning your creative thoughts and emotions, it would totally be a fail as no machine can feel and replicate what a human heart and mind can.

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  7. Its not even 15 days that I first got know about ChatGpt from one of my friend and she was literally forcing me to implement it while penning contents. But somehow and even now I am not at all convinced with its usefulness and work credibility. I researched a lot about it after that and i ended up reading at least if not less a dozed of articles on this topic. My research on this topic ended up with conclusion is that technology can in no way overshadow the creative sense and originality of humans. It can be a support tool but not more than that. Most importantly ChatGpt lacks uniqueness in writing which writers can offer. I appreciate the way you presented the article as it will be beneficial for many people interested to know about ChatGpt

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    1. I found it too indifferent and lacks a variety of responses, also some people have fact checked through other sites and it doesn’t show correct info. It’s useful for some basic info only.


  8. I’m a content creator. Unfortunately, ChatGPT has invaded ‘my world’ even though I don’t like it. We have started using it extensively. It surprises me but makes me worry about my future as a writer.

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  9. Your post is interesting and thought-provoking. Nothing can replace the human touch however a lot of questions have cropped up in my mind reading this post.


  10. Quite an interesting conversation. I recently read that there were some 200+ new books uploaded to Amazon Kindle co-written by ChatGPT. There are going to be shortcuts, but at the end of the day, it is the human touch that works.

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  11. As a copywriter and blogger, I understand the importance of maintaining a consistent and unique writing style. While chatbot AI technology has become increasingly talk of the town in recent days, it is important to remember that it is still unable to completely replicate the nuances and nuances of a human writer’s style. A skilled author puts careful thought into the structure of their writing, their choice of words, and their tone, all of which contribute to their individual writing style. While AI chatbots can generate text that may seem similar to human writing, it lacks the creativity, emotion, and personal touch that makes a writer’s work truly unique. Therefore, it is safe to say that AI chatbots cannot steal an author’s style. As writers, we can continue to hone our craft and create content that is truly our own.


  12. AI is here to stay and whether we like it or not, our lives as content creators will be affected by it. That said, if we keep producing quality content, there will still be a demand for human creators. Thanks to your ‘test results’ – I am yet to try it myself….this helps me understand quite a bit of the workings.

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  13. What an interesting conversation Ambica! ChatGPT has become the talk of the town and is definitely here to stay. The story that AI put out is the same age old ‘once upon a time…’ kind. It definitely lacks the depth of the characters, emotions/feelings in a writing. All we can say is even though it is cleverly made to supersede other technologies, it can never replace the human touch. I am thankful that you have shared your chat here, it definitely gives an insight on the new technology.

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  14. What an impressive list of questions, Ambica! You used your free five questions so effectively! The short story has an interesting premise, but what struck me was how it was devoid of mentions of emotions, aside from a very standard vocabulary. And the fact that it did not bring up a blog post! ChatGPT can be a good assistant but it can never add to a written piece, any piece, what the human touch can.

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  15. What a wonderful method of introducing the concept by actually having a chat/interview with AI. I enjoyed reading it.
    I would compare AI to a prosthetic leg.
    We humans are creators, authors, thought leaders and deep thinkers. This is akin to running a marathon or participating in a relay race.
    Everyday ordinary folks like us come up with content, some of it is beautiful and soulful. Some of us make it big. To me this is akin to a jogging or sprinting.
    AI can help those in need of a prosthetic leg, so a technical write up etc.
    Never fear the human mind and the complex emotional connection.

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  16. I’ve been experimenting with Chat GPT as well and find that it can be extremely helpful for solving certain issues- however overreliance on it can be detrimental to writing engaging content. This blog was a great take on it, however.

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  17. Very interesting read. Humans will never be able to replace anything for which I have such strong feelings. With the special opportunity we were created for or have, we are all meant to do something. You will never find emotions or love via machine support. Human creates magic and thats why Dante, Paolo, Rushdi are still exsist in our minds.

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  18. This sure is interesting but I guess having someone spoonfeed you too much and not being able to be given the choice to choose freely on what you want is key to why google and other search engines will stay relevant. The mere questions you’ve asked where google would have simply given suggestions on which you want to read more rather than saying “no, I don’t have that but can give you this instead” feels like it’s controlling already the options you can get. Not sure if it’s just me but I know for sure that no matter how humans want life to be lived easier, they still sure are control freaks! I’m one of them!haha

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