As soon as the news about this feature got public, every user and non-user alike became curious to know what this ‘amazing feature’ can bring to their plates. The simplest we can put it is that Open AI’s GPT builder can help its users develop their documents and applications by incorporating all the information and commands given to it. In short, GPT Builder uses all the references given by the user to help develop a number of things including AI models and applications.
As GPT Builder isn’t available to all of the users yet, there’s a uncertainty regarding it among those who haven’t gotten this feature yet. But fret not, we have gathered some cases that some users have built using GPT Builder. Let’s take a look at them.
Product Coaching and Wellness Tips
Here’s some things it can do:
1. Ask it how to improve retention pic.twitter.com/8E9CEr7NFV
— Yana Welinder (@yanatweets) November 6, 2023
Try it out: https://t.co/9QUbLij6PC
— Mustafa Ergisi (@mustafaergisi) November 8, 2023
Sam Altman made a GPT during the conference in under five minutes which was a coach for founders of a tech company. So, many other people also used the same blueprint for building coaching GPTs. CEO of product copilot company Kratful, Yana Welinder developed a Coach GPT that gives coaching tips to improve company products and case studies about sample products. Founder of ai2sql, Mustafa Ergisi made Daily Zen GPT that gives daily wellness tips, mindful exercises, and pieces of advice about personal growth. The GPT also tells tips for relaxing after a busy day, wellness goals, and better sleeping habits.
Prototyping Using Trend Analyzer
Here’s the full setup. pic.twitter.com/vuCvKw0eHP
— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) November 6, 2023
A professor and AI Influencer from University of Pennsylvania, Ethan Mollick, came to X to share his little experiment with GPT Builder. He used his little GPT named Trend Analyzer that analyzes trends all over the internet and then prototypes an image that goes well with the futuristic latest trends.
The image is generated by combining ChatGPT with Open AI’s new Dall-E 3 image generator. Ethan asked Trend Analyzer to analyze sneaker trends on the internet and then prototype an image that goes best with the futuristic sneaker design.
GPT for X Optimization
If you’re wondering how I did this:
1. Downloaded my Twitter post data from Twitter analytics
2. Configured custom instructions (pic 1)
3. Pasted in the draft of this post, and had X Optimizer GPT write this post (didn’t listen to the posting time, though)
— Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) November 6, 2023
This GPT is as simple as it comes that helps you optimize your posts for X (previously Twitter). Creator of the Rundown AI Newsletter, Rowan Cheung, created this GPT and announced his creation on X. He named it X Optimizer GPT and asked it to optimize his posts on X. He also asked the GPT to tell him the best time to post on X for more engagements by looking at his past posts on the social media platform. The most interesting thing about his post about X Optimizer GPT was that it was also optimized by the same AI Model and many people agreed that the post got their attention as soon as they saw it.
Turn Your Picture Into Simpsons
— Matt Schlicht (@MattPRD) November 7, 2023
Octane AI CEO Matt Schlicht used GPT Builder to build Simpsonize Me GPT that turns any image into a reminiscent cartoony image of comedy series, The Simpsons. All you need is to upload your picture in the Simpsonize me GPT and that AI model will turn the picture into a character from The Simpsons. Matt Schlicht said on X that he developed this GPT in under 10 minutes. This shows that Open AI’s GPT Builder is pretty easy to use.
Making Animated GIFs with Gif-PT
If you have access you can try it out now!https://t.co/gJUxdODKj1
— Nick Dobos (@NickADobos) November 7, 2023
Nick Dobos, an AI Developer and former X employee, developed Gif-PT that can create animated gifs using prompts and commands from the user. This GPT uses Data Analysis mode from ChatGPT called Code Interpreter and automatically writes Python code to create a frame that turns into an animated gif. The user can then download the GIF and use it anywhere he wants. Nick said that the results aren’t always top quality because most of the time, the gif is of very poor quality and unrelated to the commands. However, it can be improved once the user figures out the algorithm of Gif-PT. Gif-PT is similar to Meta’s AI Sticker generator but Gif-PT is developed by only one person which makes it far more impressive.
Of course, all these GPT models from GPT Builder are the initial results of the announcement made at the recent conference. We are definitely going to get more GPTs with advanced features and better performance in the future. All we have to do is wait and let the ChatGPT Plus users do their magic using OpenAI’s GPT Builder.
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