ChatGPT Lessons: Learn ANYTHING With The Power Of ChatGPT Plugins
Why Use This
AI is absolutely going to change the entire educational system as we know it. And some of these new released ChatGPT plugins are the canary in the coal mine. Even I was surprised by how much you can actually do inside of ChatGPT now when it comes to education. ChatGPT, dude. You can interact with various education resources across the internet, directly extract materials from university lectures, and even craft personalized and interactive learning experiences all within ChatGPT. This can save you a lot of time and provide a brand new learning experience, which is kind of fun. So with that being said, let’s dive right in.
And just so you know, all of this info comes from the plugin database that we crafted recently. So if you go to the article that I linked in the description below, you will find a little guide and a link to the Notion template with all of the ChatGPT plugins mapped out. And with the search function, you can look for certain keywords like education, which will show you 55 plugins. So today we pick the best ones from these and I’m about to show you how to put them to work.
So let’s start by looking at a plugin that really stands out here. So if I go to the plugin store and I look for metaphor, you will get access to an unexpected set of capabilities here because metaphor is all about data that has been actually provided by humans. So you have a layer of human feedback on top of all the objective data and keywords that you find on the internet. In other words, you layer human opinion on top of objective data. And this can be incredible for learning because opinions narrow down the scope of what you need to learn, what you need to look at, what you need to consider. Let me show you this in practice. If you utilize this prompt formula, look for the top number courses for experience level learning topic. So let’s just say top 10 courses for beginners learning video production. Now if I send this message, metaphor is going to engage and it’s going to use all the ratings and human opinions that are baked into it to provide you with a list that has a little bit more of a flavor than what you’re used to from ChatGPT. And there you go, 10 results and actually know some of these and I’ll tell you that these are some of the results that are less obvious, which I love.
I think here makes a lot of sense to contrast that with the Bing browsing feature. So let’s see what ChatGPT 4 with Bing browsing enabled comes up with for this query. And there you go. Look at that a completely different set of results. And I would say these are way more general because if you look at this, it just opened up Bing search for top 10 video production courses for beginners and clicked one of the top links and gave you that exact list. Now when I told you metaphor is a little more opinionated, well, that is a good way to initially communicate it. But what’s really going on here? There’s a concept called neural search underlying this search query where from all the results, all the links that the people click, all the preferences and reviews, all that data flows back into the search and forms the future results that this provides to you. They claim to understand the intention and the meaning behind your question, which I found to be true in my searches. So I strongly recommend you play around with this. And as you know, you can even start combining that so we could turn on Wolfram next to this and combine that layer of understanding to your search with the layer of depth that Wolfram provides. But that one I covered in a different video. Just remember that all the plugins we covered today can be combined with everything else you learn on this channel.
All right. So next up we have edX. So edX is quite simple to describe because what it provides is access to a database of courses, universities, boot camps, training programs all across the internet, all across the world. And by using the service and enabling the plugin here, you get to search that entire database. So if I go ahead and say look for the top 10 courses for beginners learning machine learning, and you know what double learning, but that’s what this video is all about, right? Yes. So we’ll just run this and as you will see it will go into that database and give you a variety of choices. And as you’ll see in a second here, this one is a little more academic. And all the links here come from within the database. So if I click on any one of these, you’ll see it goes to the edX site. And there you go. Just the first result showed us a Python boot camp that starts the day that I could enroll in right now. A course by IBM, another course by IBM, and by saying free more, we’ll get more options here. And this is actually the one I was looking for. Harvard CS50 introduction to AI with Python, and then another Harvard course and another IBM course. So as you can see, this is an excellent database. Just be aware that it’s limited to what is available on edX, which is a lot. And if you’re looking for courses or boot camps, this is one of the places that you would want to consult.
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All right, so the next one here literally goes deeper on what we just talked about. It takes the courses, but it actually goes into the courses. You can ask for the materials discussed within. Now, obviously, this doesn’t work for all courses because not all university courses in the world are freely available on the internet. But guess what? A lot of them are and you can access them through the Open Lecture plugin in ChatGPT. Now, as I say, this allows for targeted learning. So if you’re looking for a specific piece of information from a legitimate source, well, this plugin is your friend. Now, specifically, this focuses on college level education and mostly you’ll find history, science, technology, and philosophy. So let’s just go in and ask it. Can you explain large language models in AI? But what you will find sometimes that it uses Vanilla GPT-4 to answer this question. So what I’ll do is say using Open Lecture. And with this little trick, you force ChatGPT into actually using the plugin you enabled. There you go. As we can show on screen right now, I ran this prompt a minute ago and it actually ended up using only GPT-4. So now we’re actually using Open Lecture and it’s going to get you a whole new set of information. And I gotta say, I actually find this a little more useful than the GPT-4 explanation because there it kind of gets technical. It gives you a bullet point list and this is structured like a lecture. Look, it starts out by telling you what the point is and then it goes into how do they actually work? What are the applications? What are the limitations? Like that is legitimately the setup you would have with a lecturer that thinks about how to teach this concept, right? Let’s introduce them. Then let’s tell them about how do they actually work? What can they be used for? What are the limitations? And also you get references to all the four MIT lectures that this was based on. So this is really powerful in my opinion. Whenever I try to learn about a new topic, I enable Open Lecture because GPT-4 would give me something like this. Here’s a bit more details on how they work. It talks about training, generation, capabilities, ethics. So the GPT-4 result is a great summary, but it’s not a learning path that has been carefully laid out for you.
Okay, moving on to the next plugin. We’re going to talk about Voxscript, which does one thing very well. It searches all of YouTube’s transcripts and provides you with that information inside of GPT-4. Very useful stuff. As per usual, we’ll go into the plugin store and install the Voxscript plugin. And for this example, I’ll take this interview with Sam Altman that came out recently, super recent. And inside of ChatGPT, I’m just going to say create a short summary of the video and then I post the link with Voxscript enabled. Once I run this, it will summarize the entire transcript of this video without me having to watch the 30-minute conversation. Now, this is extremely useful for obvious reasons. You can compress hours of lectures into minutes of reading or maybe even seconds. Look at how short this is. Nice. Now, will you miss some information? Obviously. But as you might already know from watching the channel, you can take the context that this provides and keep going with it, create articles from it, do further research, or interactively ask questions about the content right here within ChatGPT. Very powerful stuff. So now the only limit is your creativity because this really unlocks all of YouTube University, which is a genuine thing in 2023. And here’s an extra tip. If I actually enabled WebPilot, which is a plugin that gives you capabilities that are similar to browsing with Bing and GPT-4. So now if I’d like to generate the summary and I follow up with, what are the most important parts of the video based on the current news in AI? It will use WebPilot to search the internet, take the key pieces of information and news and contrast that with your video. And then we’ll actually make the content extremely relevant to what is happening today in the world. And if I run this prompt, it will give you a list of the most important parts of the video based on today’s news. And honestly, combining a long-form interview of one of the leaders within this space with current news, gives you some of the best basis for research and article writing or whatever you might be doing with this information moving forward. You can literally prompt it to do anything from here and you have all the context that you need in this answer.
Okay, and the last category is going to be about generating interactive study materials. And firstly, it’s the hidden ability of GPT-4 to generate flashcards for you. If you’re not familiar, these are great for memorization or test preparation. What you will need to do here is sign in with Google. But once you did that, we can enable the plugin and create some personalized and interactive study materials for ourselves. And what I’ll also do here is enable the WebPilot plugin as we’re using this as a browse with Bing substitute. And by saying using WebPilot plugin, search and create a list of 10 essential AI terms, with beginner friendly explanations. Then use the quick recall plugin to create a deck of flashcards. And I’ll just go ahead and run this and let’s see what we get here. And look, as you can see, WebPilot also fails just like Bing does sometimes. And if it gets stuck like this, what I do is I just stop generating and rerun the prompt. And usually one or two reruns do the trick if it gets stuck. And there you go, second attempt works perfectly. It’s generating various AI terms for beginners. And in the end, it should use the quick recall plugin to create flashcards for us, which we can then talk to with chat GPT. There you go. And I hope you’re picking up on these little tips that I kind of sprinkle all over the video because really by using the name of the plugin and saying then use the quick recall plugin, you can set up a sequence of operations. So first we want to research and then we want to create the flashcards, right? Not the other way around. But again, as per usual, you can copy all these prompts from the video’s description. Okay, so this did take three attempts, but it generated flashcards from the 10 terms that it researched on the internet. And now we have custom and interactive learning material that we can actually use within chat GPT. Look, if I follow up with the prompt, start reviewing the flashcards. Ask me about what’s in the back and I will answer with the word on the front. And with that we have an interactive learning experience within chat GPT. And you can obviously even take this and use it for your lectures, classes or just self-learning within here. But here’s the first one. All right, let’s start the review. Here’s the first card. This term refers to the capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior. It’s about creating machines that can learn from experience, perform tasks, usually requiring human intelligence and improve their performance over time. What is the term? And now I need to provide the right term. I think we’re talking about the broad term of artificial intelligence here. Let’s see. Let’s try that out and see if this is correct. Oh, look at that. Usually tells if it’s correct or not. And here just continues to the next flashcard. But if I look above I can see that the front was what is artificial intelligence. So my answer there was correct. And if I read the next one, my guess would be machine learning and just like this you can keep talking to chat GPT and it will keep asking you questions and it will keep quizzing you by itself. I personally really love this approach. So again, if I look above, indeed, that was machine learning.
Okay, so the last plug-in for today is a very powerful one. This one is called Dagger.M aka Diagram. And what this allows it to do is very simple yet extremely useful. It allows you to build charts, graphs and even more. So let me show you in practice what this actually does. And as we did before, I’m going to enable web pilots to get browsing here. So what I’ll do here is run a simple prompt. Use web pilot to collect data on the rising adoption of the internet. Then create a bar chart using Dagger.M to analyze and visualize increase over time. Perfect. Let’s see what we get here. Nice. So this worked perfectly. Look, it got all the exact data from the internet. Now it’s creating the bar charts to visualize our data. And there you go. This is exceptionally good for a quick prompt inside of Chetchip ET. You can even access it on their website. So as you can see, when it comes to education, the possibilities here are vast. But the real power hides when you start combining some of these plug-ins. Because a lot of times they do one specific thing, right? They create diagrams or they look into lecture materials, but you can start combining those specific things. I showed you a few examples, but by accessing the full plug-in database, you can go way deeper than that. Come up with your own combinations and then please go ahead and share them in the comments below or in our Discord server. The power is within your hands now and for $20 a month for Chetchip ET+, this is really unparalleled value. If you find a use case for this to further yourself or your professional career. Now, if you enjoyed this video and you want to learn more about a specific plug-in that is probably the deepest of them all, check out this video about Wolfram because that plug-in is really an exception when it comes to the possibilities. It is so deep and it is so multifaceted. I really recommend you check out this video because by combining Wolfram with some of the stuff we discussed in this video, you’ll be able to go further than most people with the power of GPT-4 and plug-ins.