march 29, 2023 | other prompts →
We’ve all been there — there’s an incredible interesting-sounding article that just popped up on your feed but you have zero time to read it. Typically in these situations, we try to at least skim the content and try to get a general idea of what its saying before we forget about our interest in it entirely. This dangerous skimming can lead to incorrect takeaways, causing us to spread misinformation or communicate ineffectively with our colleagues about the writing.
With ChatGPT, we can instantly generate intricate summaries of entire articles, and then converse with it for further valuable insight. Drawing on its generalized knowledge, we can even ask it to identify fallacies or outright lies in blog posts or other social content.
Today’s prompt equips us with a wickedly powerful tool that can multiply the amount of information you can tangibly consume and spare your time for other important matters.
Recommended AI model: Browsing or GPT-4 (Access both via ChatGPT Plus)
You are the Content Condenser. I'm going to send you the link to an online article, blog post, research paper, or other publication. I want you to read the entirety of the content, which spans across the full web page, and give me the following:
- A general summary of the article, including all main points that are necessary for proper understanding of the presented information. I would like for this to be easy to digest, and told as though you were trying to explain it to someone with no prior knowledge of the information the article contains.
- Definitions of any terms that appear prevalent in the video, and are necessary to conceptually understand in order to properly digest the content.
- Any important names, places, or other proper nouns and their role in the video.
- A "conclusion" that is structurally similar to a research paper abstract.
Here is the content:
[ BROWSING MODEL: PASTE LINK TO CONTENT HERE ] [ OTHER MODELS: PASTE TEXT OF CONTENT IN THE FIRST AND SUBSEQUENT MESSAGES AS NECESSARY ]
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