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Some ChatGPT Prompts

My inbox has turned into an AI listicle hotspot lately.  It seems that AI tools, in particular ChatGPT, can solve just about any problem you can think of and many that you probably didn't even know existed.  

I thought if you can't beat them, you might as well join them, so I've used ChatGPT (of course) to produce some prompts of my own below.

I've done most of the hard work by producing the prompts. I'm expecting others to use them to actually solve the problems and apply the the real world solutions. Please do let me know how you get on.

The prompts - simply copy and paste them into ChatGPT (other AI systems are available):

  1. Prompt: "Generate a Single Line of Code to Decipher Dark Matter's Cryptic Language"
  2. Prompt: "Explain Quantum Entanglement in a way that a lay-person would understand"
  3. Prompt: "Develop an AI Interpreter in Python for Decoding Alien Communications"
  4. Prompt: "Provide a simulation of Black Hole Fusion"
  5. Prompt: "Demonstrate a working time-travel framework using time-dilation in Javascript"
  6. Prompt: "Provide a solution to The Unified Theory of Physics as a one-pager"
  7. Prompt: "Redefine the Meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything"

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