The post was originally published in Polish on Artur’s LinkedIn profile. Artur kindly agreed that we repost what we think is of great value to our readers.
Do you know how to ‘talk’ to AI? Here are 12 sources to help you improve your prompts:
- Prompting Guide – A guide that goes through the basics of prompting, techniques, and models.
- PromptBase – A huge database of prompts where you can buy or sell commands for ChatGPT, Midjourney, or DALL-E.
- OpenPrompt – Showcase your CLI skills with this open-source hint learning framework. Tinker with current implementations or design your own exercises.
- ShareGPT – 31,000 posts and comments around ChatGPT and its commands. This is a plugin that will help you learn new prompts or share yours with other users.
- OpenAI Best Practices – Tips straight from OpenAI. It is worth checking out, especially at the beginning of your adventure with ChatGPT and AI.
- Promptvine – Prompt database. The whole is categorized and ready for use. In addition, there are plugins and tools dedicated to ChatGPT.
- Prompt Engineering Guide – A GitHub repository where you will find learning guides, a tool, and more additional information.
- Learn Prompting – A thriving community. It has over 1,000 members on Discord. Here you will find many documents and guides about prompt engineering.
- Awesome ChatGPT Prompts – A mine of commands divided into categories. Here you will find several hundred prompts, completely free.
- Prompts.ai – The platform analyzes the text, checks the settings selected by the user, and suggests tips on how to improve the prompt.
- Openart – Database of 10 million prompts dedicated to graphical AI: Stable Diffusion, DALL-E, etc.
- Fusion AI – Free tool for prompt engineering. It will help you improve your commands. In addition, it connects to many tools.
Creator, entrepreneur and investor – I write about my experiences with startups, technology and business.