In this article, I will focus on new features in ChatGPT, and how they might effect you as a Project Manager or part of a PMO. And it’s Halloween today, so here’s a spooky Project Manager:
3 new features in ChatGPT
Browsing is now out of preview and even though you probably already use it (maybe through Bing or even Bing Enterprise), this is a great feature to have. With the option to retrieve relevant and up to date information you can now prompt the AI and brainstorm on the latest information.
I used this recently in grabbing relevant external risks for a project I’m working on. I simply asked ChatGPT to look for recent news in the country regarding the topic and things I needed to be aware of.
The mobile app has voice activated prompting now! I’ve tried it out, and it is just like talking to a well informed co-worker (if you want this). The downside I found is that the GPT voice only starts responding when the response is complete. That means, that you will need to wait a moment before you get a response if you for instance ask it to tell you a step by step guide on how to make a scary pumpkin with the face of that SCREAM mask.
Added downside that might only be my paranoia: my voice is now recorded on OpenAI servers. And it has been proven time and time again that only a clip of 15 seconds is enough to mimic your voice almost perfectly.
Dall-E 3 image generation. Do you remember the early days? And I don’t mean 1980, I mean March 2023! Back in the days, we got lovely images like this one:
Now, if I ask the same prompt “The Project Management Office and Artificial Intelligence” to Dall-E 3 I get this response instead:
Prompt of PMO interest
No responses yet to my call for collaboration. But here’s something I add to my prompts recently to get better responses:
Instead of writing Act as a Project Manager fluent in PMBOK I now write Act as a Project Manager, fluent in PMBOK, with 10 years of experience working with [type of project]. Your answers should be short but complete, use references where possible.
This improved prompt statement gives the LLM more guidance in how to respond. Hope you like it!
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