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Showing posts with label Prompts. Show all posts

Literary Analysis Using Bard by Google


Recently I have found gems in my writing efforts, utilizing the AIs available on the Internet. Today I'm going to use Bard by Google-- I might make a video of this post later, which would provide a better medium for learning the software aspect of our voyage today -- Which is why I mention that here, because the prompts and methods we are going to use here will work with ChatGPT, BARD, and Claude

Using ChatGPT as a Beta Reader

Most of this post is the conversation between me and GPT regarding my writing. I"m using it as a casual evaluator and advisor. The PROMPT is what I've written to GPT and what follows unless I mark it otherwise, is what GPT responded to me. I found the exchange very helpful, and the ability to get feedback on the prose so quickly (minutes instead of days or weeks for friends and beta readers to get back to me) amazing.


:PROMPT:: Analyze for ease of reading, style, character voices and meaning: 

The ash falls in the fog
covering cars on sidewalks
drifting slowly still 
to lay across the dead
like snow, sans clean
sans crisp, sans closure

 GPT: This is a haiku-like poem with an evocative image of ash falling in the fog and covering cars and the dead like snow. The use of the word "sans" (meaning without) adds an interesting touch of ambiguity and hints at the idea of something missing or incomplete.

GTP and ME and Chess

You: Give me an annotation of the following game, noting and highlighting tactics, positioning, shifts in momentum and their causes, as we...