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Mastering ChatGPT: Build Custom Bots to 10X Your Content Productivity

teacher avatar Fran Solo, Apple Certified Instructor

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Introduction to the class


    • 2.

      Introduction to Custom GPT's


    • 3.

      Chat with Your Favourite Authors


    • 4.

      Automating Calendar Events


    • 5.

      Making AI content more Original Part 1


    • 6.

      Making AI content more Original Part 2


    • 7.

      Making AI content more Original Part 3


    • 8.

      Project assignment


    • 9.



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About This Class


I’m excited to introduce you to our latest course: Build Custom Bots to 10X Your Content Productivity.” This course is designed to not only enhance your understanding of AI but to tailor it specifically to your unique needs in content creation and workflow management.

What You’ll Discover:

  • Literature Exploration with AI: This section provides a unique opportunity to create a GPT bot customized to delve deep into literature, offering the chance to engage with authors or characters in a profound and personalised way. You’ll learn to upload and reference various documents, opening up endless possibilities for literary exploration.

  • Streamlining Emails and Events: We'll cover how to declutter your inbox efficiently by summarizing emails and extracting crucial information like dates and events, automatically syncing them with your Google Calendar. This process promises a streamlined approach to managing your communications.

  • Authentic Content Creation: This critical part of the course focuses on crafting a 'Humanizer' bot to ensure your AI-generated content keeps the personal touch of your unique voice. This tool is perfect for those utilizing platforms like ChatGPT, Copilot-Bing, or Gemini from Google, aiming to keep content original and true to your style.

  • Project Assignment: Apply what you’ve learned by developing and sharing your custom GPT bot with our community. This is an excellent opportunity for feedback and inspiration, showcasing the transformative power of custom GPT bots in content creation.

Who This Course Is For:

Whether you’re a content creator, a professional looking to enhance efficiency, or an AI enthusiast keen to explore the capabilities of custom ChatGPT bots, this course offers valuable insights and skills to elevate your creative endeavours.

Join us to unlock the full potential of ChatGPT and redefine content productivity with the innovative use of customized AI.

Looking forward to embarking on this journey together.



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Fran Solo

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I've been using Mac computers since 1999; before that, I used Windows operating systems.

I am passionate about teaching and sharing my skills and discoveries with people willing to learn and share. Having started with Windows systems in the early '90s, I understand the transition challenges for Windows users exploring the Mac ecosystem for the first time.

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My journey with Macs began in my early music career, composing soundtracks for theatre and writing my music. I've extensively used Garageband, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Final Cut, iMovie, and After Effects. Alongside my music career, I've delved into various Adobe tools like Photoshop, Lightroo... See full profile

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1. Introduction to the class: Hello and welcome to this course about custom GPT's. This class is designed for those of you who've got the basics of chart GPT down and are itching to take a step further if you're ready to take the leap from general use to crafting custom bots that fits like glove with your creative and professional projects, you are in the right place. We'll explore the ins and outs of tailoring custom GPT to your specific needs, pushing the boundaries of content creation and productivity. Whether your goal is to streamline your workflow, enhance your creative output, or simply get more done in less time. This course is the next step. By the end of this class, you'll not only have the basic understanding of how to create and implement custom GPT's, but you're also going to have your very own bots designed by you. And for you, you live with the skills to continually refine and adapt your bots to meet evolving needs, ensuring that you stay ahead of your field. This isn't just about learning, It's about actively enhancing your productivity and creative potential with the power of AI. If you're ready for that, see you in the next class. 2. Introduction to Custom GPT's: In this class, we're going to explore some of the custom GPTs that being created within the open AI community. You can access to this by going to explore GPT's here on the left hand side. Bear in mind you can only access to this if you're paying for a subscription, which GPT, which costs around $20 a month. Once you have that, you can access to the custom GPT's here. Click on Explore GPT's, you have a plethora of choice here. Lots of different GPT's have been created so far. Some has been created from different developers, different people like you and me, and also from the open AI community as well. As you can see here, I've got different categories on top. I've got topics. I've got Daly, all the kind of custom GPT's only for creating images. I have the writing GPT's, I've got the productivity one. Research and analysis, programming, education, lifestyle. You've got plenty here to explore and experiment. Now let's navigate Daly for a second. I was just exploring the cartoniz yourself, which I found quite fun to use and experiment. And what you're essentially need to do is simply click on it. You can see the rating. If people actually liked it, enjoyed it, You can see how many conversation it's been having so far, 900,000 conversations. You also have some conversation starters also here down below you have the rating. And you can start the chat by click on Start Chart. You can also drag your photos directly here on the textbox here. Or you can click on the paper clip and navigate to your library and upload your own image. That's what I did before and this is the result I've got. I essentially uploaded my image and I just say cartonized this image and it came up with this, a nice image of me. I also created something else here. I uploaded it and then came up with a different idea. Of course, if you're not happy with that, you can just go and regenerate until you find something that you like. And you can also rate that as well. This is one of the custom that you can use. You can also go back to explore GPT's and perhaps explore the writing ones. And here you got some very cool one, right for me, Right? Tailored engaging content with focus on quality, relevance and precise word count. You also have, for instance, all around writer, professional version. A professional writer who specializes in writing all types of content. Essays, novels, articles, copyrighting. This is good for studying. If you want to know, write an essay about what you're studying. Definitely you can use this. You got some others down here as well. Paraphrase and humanizer. You can click on Seymour to discover others that have been created. You got productivity here even from Affordlessly design anything, presentations, logos, social media posts, and more research and analysis. You have one from programming, education, lifestyle. You can just go here and discover more of them. There's one I found quite interesting, which was the Youtube video. To takeaways, summaries, and diagrams, you just need to paste the URL and it will summarize that for you faculty on Youtube, the rating is quite good. 4.2 Youtube video to takeaways, summary diagram, paste the URL of any Youtube video and generate a full educational summary. We included diagram, no extra loggins needed, free to use. And here you got some conversation starters. Summarize a Youtube video from a link, what says about, and you just type the topic in this video. Summarize this English video into Spanish. Extract the key takeaways from the video, and then you have the ratings. Let's start the chat and let's just upload a video here. I'm going to paste a Youtube video and I'm going to press the send message. I'm going to allow that. Now it is writing the summary of the video, the takeaways. The cool thing is just added this nice MOG as well to make the text a little bit more exciting to read. It's going to also format the text with bolded text as well. It gives us the summary with the main points. Is going to create a diagram by creating a code first and now it's going to generate a diagram like probably graphic version of it. Absolutely amazing. Out of just the video you can create all the data. This is brilliant for research, for really understanding a very long video that perhaps you don't have time to watch. You can actually come here and really grasp the essence of that. If you can't find any custom PTs that really suits your needs, is the time to create your own custom GPs. And that's what we're going to do in the next class. 3. Chat with Your Favourite Authors: With custom GPT. Now, the possibilities are endless in terms of creating any expert that you would like to have at your disposal. For instance, you can create an expert about books that you read or you are actually planning to read. For instance, I create one today, which is the 48 laws of Power. As you can see here on the left hand side, I've got my custom GPT, which is this one here, which is by Robert Greene, which is one of my favorite authors. This is a, is a quite big book if you don't have time to read it, or if you read it and you want to reference quickly to see which chapter or which laws you want to know or which concept you didn't understand or you want to tap on quickly. You can create a custom GPT that allows you to answer your questions, referring to that specific book, which is very, very useful. Now I'm going to show you how to create one. I'm going to go to explore GPT's, I'm going to go to Create here on a top right corner. Now I've got two options here I can create and I can configure. Now if you're not familiar with this section here, do not worry. Or if you don't have any idea of how to get started, you can actually go to Create. Here, you can actually have a conversation with GPT to create your bot. In this case, I want to create an expert about the 48 laws. Create an expert about the 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greenie. And I would like the boat to answer by referring to the book. I don't want the boat to answer me verbatim, like is written in the book. But I want to have more of an expert who can help me with my everyday tasks. Referring the book, I want the bot to tap on the Web only if I ask otherwise only formulate answers and questions referring to the book. I'm going to upload it's not even written properly, but by doing this and just by sending this message to char GPT, it will now upload the instruction. After this is finished, we're going to go to configure and we're going to see how GPT rephrase my sentence and rephrase my request to create the chat bot. As you can see, as soon as I got a prompt, an answer from char GPT on the right hand side, I've got my preview of my bot and it automatically wrote a description for me which is expert on the 48 laws of power applying principles to daily tasks. Now if I want to expand here and I want to add more features, I can actually keep on chatting with chart GPT to add more things. But for the moment I'm going to leave it like this. I'm going to go to configure here. I can name chart GPT, I can name my custom GPT, 48 laws of power. He says expert on the 48 laws of power. Applying principles to daily task. I can leave it like this instructions at see what char GPT wrote for us. You're an expert on the 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene, designed to apply the books principles to everyday tasks and queries without directly quoting the book. You can search the web when explicitly requested, but your primary focus is on delivering insights and guidance. Based on the book's teachings. You're adapt at drawing connections between the laws and real world scenarios. Providing advice that's both practical and reflecting on the book's wisdom. Perfect. I'm going to just press close here. As you can see, GPT wrote three questions. Three conversation starters. How does low three apply to job interviews? What low best applies to negotiation, to negotiating race? Can low 15 help with managing a team? How can I use low 22 in the marketing strategies? Okay, I can leave them as they are under knowledge though I have to upload my PDF, in this case, the book itself. I'm going to go to upload file and I happen to have the upload file under my downloads, the books, and my PDF is here. I'm going to just press open and now I'm going to upload it into my custom GPT. Now this is going to take a while. I'm going to leave it uploading and I'll come back in a second. Now the book is being uploaded completely. Now down below here I've got also the options to enable my custom bot to access the web browsing. I will probably just leave this tick and also dally image generation also. I'm going to leave it ticked code interpreter. If I want to create like tables and things like that, I want to be able to do that as well. The action. I'm going to leave this as it is and I'm pretty much done. I need to just create an image for this. I'm going to go to the P here. I'm going to use Day to create my image. Now when I created my custom bought before, it took me like two or three iterations to find the right image. But it's up to you can also upload your own image of the book if you like. After just a few moments, we should be able to see an image. Okay, we have this chess board. I'm going to leave it like this for now. And otherwise it's going to take too many alteration. We're going to be here forever. I'm going to leave it like this. And then I can just test if I want to. I can just go here and test my chop bot. One I can create as well. I'm going to just press Create. I've got the option to create it only for me if I want to test it first. I want to only me, if I want to share with someone, anyone with the link can access to it or I can actually publish it as well. It's really up to you what you want to do with this. In this case, I'm going to use it for myself for the moment. I want to test it when I press Share. Now my bot is published. Of course is private. I can go to view GPT. Now I can test it. Now It is not on my left hand side, actually it is. As you can see here is under my assistant, 48 lows of power. I've got two now, but this is just for the purpose of this video. If I want to test it, I can say, can you help me understand law 30, how I can apply it in real life? I don't even know which is the low 30 on the book. But I'm going to test now my bot and see what sort of answer we get. Low, make your accomplishment seem effortless. And now is writing the answer about the law, the applications in real life. And it gives me also a bullet point. Cultivate an aura of effoultlessness, hide the hard work, maintain composure, limit display of effort, and so on and so forth. Just now is carrying on writing all the different advice and all the different things I can use the law, it's pretty amazing. We just need to have a conversation with your chat bot and get the things that you need from a specific book that you don't have time to read, for instance. You can also create a bot about a specific character that you like. For instance, if I want to create a stoic to bot, I can do that. I can actually, I can upload all of my book about Stoicism or about Aristotle and have my personal Aristotle in my custom GPT and talk to this person because I've got all the books that they wrote, I can upload them into my chat bot and I can tap on the knowledge by simply having a conversation. It's pretty amazing how you can create this. Again, you can make any custom assistant you like by using the same principles that I showed you. Now I hope you have fun and it's been useful for you. And I'll see you in the next video. 4. Automating Calendar Events: Now is the time to create our own custom GPT, or personal assistance by going to explore GPT's here on the left hand side. We have an option to create our custom GPT on the top right hand corner by clicking on a Create button, a green button here. But before we do that, I want to show you what I created so far and what's going to happen when you save your own personal assistance on your Chart GPT account. And by the way, this works only if you have a plus membership with Chart GPT. Now as you can see, I've got my GPT on the top left hand corner. This is where you usually go when you start a new conversation. But all of your custom GPT's are going to be saved here. Just down below, I got my personal assistant, Hannah, which helped me to brainstorm ideas for creating content. I also got an Italian lawyer specialize in Italian laws. I've got also an accountant, and I also have this e mail to calendar. This is a personal assistant that allows me to paste any text or any e mails. I don't have time to read and it's going to scan the e mail for me. It's going to summarize that e mail and also scour the text to find any date, any time, any event, or any tasks I need to do. And he's going to add that event into my Google calendar. And that's what we're going to do today in this class. In order to create that, we're going to go into Explore GPT's're, going to click on a plus icon here on the top right hand corner. Now when you open it, you're going to see the split screen. So on the left hand side you're going to see you create and configure tabs, and you also have the preview here. While you edit your personal assistant, you can test it here on the right hand side, which is pretty cool. Now, if you don't have any idea what to name it or what sort of instructions you want to give, you can go to create and have a conversation with GPT. Just ask what sort of things you would like to create, what sort of task you want to perform, et cetera, et cetera. And it will basically ask you a few questions to create your own personal assistant. But if you already know what you want to create, you can go to configure. And then you can just start to name your GPT. I'm going to call this e mail to events call. This will create events in my calendar description. I'm going to call it text to calendar and instructions. If I go here and I start to type something. If I expand this by clicking on the two arrow here on the bottom right hand corner of this window. I basically said, if any text, E mail or messages are typed in, please do the following. First of all, summarize the text in a few words to analyze the text and figure out if there are any events, dates, times, and or tasks. If there are no events, task dates, or times, please leave only the summary. And if there are, please create the event format it like this. And I basically said event title, event date, event time, and event details or notes. By doing this, it will basically give clear instructions to GPT to perform this task. Now, I'm going to close this for now. Now if I'm going down here, I also have an option to create conversation starters. You can just type a text here that could be a question, and this will appear on the right hand side. I can also type other questions if I want to, but for the moment I'm going to leave it as it is under knowledge. You basically can applaud any PDF, any text that you want GBT to read and reference to. At the moment, we're not going to put anything in it. If you want your GPT to browse the Internet to use being, you can just tick that box. If you wanted to create images, you can enable Dali image generation. If you also want to create code interpreter, if you want to basically create code, you can tick that box as well. Gana, just stick all of them just because I want to make sure that my assistant is capable of doing as much as possible. Down below here, I've got my actions now. If I want to link my GPT to my Google calendar, I would have to use a bridge. And this bridge software is called Zapier. Zapier is a software that allows you to link GPT, or your personal assistant, to third party software such as Google Calendar or any other services you can think of. We're going to create a new action when you do that, you're going to see this page. You add action, let your GPT retrieve information or take actions outside GPT. Basically, this will link to third party software. Zap is going to be our bridge to connect GPT to our Google calendar. Now we're going to go into Zap. If you go to and you create a new account, you should be able to see a page that looks like this. Actually, when you open Zap for the first time, it's going to ask you to sign up, so you can choose your Google account. In this case, if we're going to use Google Calendar, I will probably log in with my Google. After you login with your Google, you should be able to see this page now. Don't worry about this page. All you need to do is going to actions, slash GPT slash actions. I'm going to just paste this into our lessons down below. So you can just copy and paste that link or click on a link directly. And it will guide you through logging in into your Zapia account. Once you're there, you should be able to see a page that looks like this. If you never create any action in Zapia, you shouldn't be able to see anything here. You only see this Add New Action button. We're going to click on that. And here we have to create our action. In this case here if I type Google Calendar, that's what we want to link. It's going to show you lots of different actions that Zappia can do, can perform for you. In this case, we want to create a quick event. Create an event from a piece of text. Google parses the text for date, time, and description info. I'm going to do that. We're going to click on that. Now, down below here, you can choose your account. If you never connected to any Google account, You can go to connect and it's going to connect to your account. You're going to click on. Yes. Continue to Google Calendar. Here you can choose your account. I'm going to choose my account and I'm going to allow that. Down below here, just click on Allow. That is going to refresh with your E mail address. I'm going to cover mine. Now down below here, it says have, I guess, value for this field. Find a click on that. I can choose also to set a specific value. I want to do that when I do that. Now if I click on this calendar is going to basically come up with all the calendars that I've got already in that account. In this case, my Google account has three calendars. I'm going to choose one. If your Google calendar hasn't been used before, you only have your E mail address, which is going to be the place where the event is going to be saved essentially. So I'm going to click on that describe event. I can just let DAI guess what it is. Once I paste the text into chart GBT, he will do the summarization for me and he's going to basically know what it's all about. Then we're going to go into show all options down below here. Attendees. If I want to add someone's e mail there, I can do that. In this case, I don't have to, otherwise just leave it blank. This is very important. We need to basically copy and paste this into our chart, GPT. But before we do that, we're going to have to name this, I'm going to name this GPT to calendar. Once you've done that, you can require preview before running AI action. This is basic, is going to ask you an extra step to see a preview of your e mail. But I don't want to do that, I just want to skip it for now. And I'm going to click Enable Action. Once you enable the action, here you can see GPT two calendar. And make sure that this switch is on. If I click on that, it turns us off. So make sure it's green. Once it's green, we can now do the next step. We're going to go into another website called Actions slash slash platform, GPT. I'm going to leave the link down below this class. It's just easier for you just to click on it and go directly to this page or you need to do the sempture is going down below here where it says get started, you need to copy this URL. We're going to just trip or click there. We're going to copy Command. Then we're going to go back to our GPT and we're going to click on Import from URL. So we're going to click on that. And now we can paste that URL here and click on Import. That is going to populate our schema section with all this coding. Do not worry about this coding, just leave it as it is. And then we're going to go down here. And as you can see, this coding perform these actions when it says get means it will perform the action, and post means that the action is going to be forwarded to third parties soft. In this case, our Google calendar. Now we're going to leave it as it is. You also have an option down below here it says, privacy policy would have to worry about that only if you want to publish this GPT to the main community, but if it's only for your own use, you don't have to worry about that. Once we've done that, we need to go back to this page by clicking on this little arrow here on the top left hand corner. And now we are back here to our dialogue box under instructions. We're going to expand this text and we have to paste some text down below here. Now we're going to go back to our page here. Actions slash do platform, PT. Down below here, we also have the other line of coding that we have to highlight completely. Just make sure it's all highlighted. And we're going to just right click and copy. We're going to go back to our chart GPT and we're going to paste that here. We're going to just do command V, right click and paste. Now we have our rules set up. Always make sure to leave some space between your initial instructions and this coding, I'm going to just go here and leave a couple of lines just in case. Now, down below here, I've got required actions. It says Google Calendar, find event. And I've got also another action slack, send direct message. What we need to delete one of these actions, we don't have to use two. We're going to use only one and one We want is to add the event into your calendar action and configuration link down below here is going to be deleted here. What it says action, you can delete that and leave action on and it says configuration link. Delete anything. After that, the HTTPS section, then we're going to basically copy paste some text into our Zappia. We're going to go back to Zappia, into our action again, we have to go to actions, slash PT. Actions again, you got the link down below here in this class. And you click on GPT to calendar when you click on that, now we're going to go down below and it says Show all Options. Because we need to basically paste this action name GPT to calendar. This needs to be exactly the same. We're going to just highlight that. We're going to copy that. We're going to go back to our GPT under action, we're going to paste that here. Now after you paste it there, just press return to make sure the configuration link is down below. Place the cursor there. We're going to go back to our page here. Once you have this action open, the URL on top is what we need to copy. We're going to just go there, copy. Go back to chart GPT and on the configuration link is where we're going to paste that URL. I'm going to scroll down here. Let's see if I put the text back here. And I'm going to just remove this link, and I copy the new one in. Once you've done that, you just press close at the bottom right and corner here. Now we pretty much done with that, we need to test this. If it works, I'm going to also save this. I'm going to go on top right and corner here and press only me confirm. I'm going to try to do this. I'm going to go back into my e mail. I'm going to paste it there. I'm going to press Return. Now he's going to scan the e mail for me again. He's going to summarize it. And he's going to lay down my event title, date, time, the tasks. And now I'm going to allow that. I'm going to just say yes please. I'm going to confirm that now is essentially it's created my event and edit into my calendar. If I want to check that and can click on here in this link. As you can see, I've got my event just down here below on Friday the eighth. It created for me. If I want to do another one, I can do the same thing. I can go here, I can copy and paste another text. It's going to scan it for me and it's going to create an event. This is going to be very useful and time saving for you because you can go for your e mail, you can copy and paste the text here, and it will scan it for you. It's going to summarize it. It's going to create your event and organize your calendar automatically, which is pretty awesome. Hope you enjoy this lesson and I'll see you in the next one. 5. Making AI content more Original Part 1: When it comes to create content using Chart GPT or any other chat bot out there. We need to be aware of the fact that it can be detected by Google or any other tools out there. Your content needs to be humanized before you're even taking it from Chart GPT and paste it into your website, into your blog, into your social media account, et cetera. If you write articles, if you write blogs or even if you write a book or anything else that has to do with a text, we need to be able to make it sound like us or be written by us as much as possible. Humanize it as much as possible. Now there are tools that allow you to detect any content that you create in char GPT and making sure there is not AI written. I showed you in a different video how to use one of these tools. But just to summarize those tools, one that I use at the moment is Originality I, which is a Google Chrome extension that you can install. And this comes here. You can see here I've got this little purple tag on top on the right side of my screen. When I click on it, I'll be able basically to copy and paste text in it and then check for plagiarisms. And also check for AI detection as well, if it's been written by AI or not. Now this works with credits. You would have to buy some credits. If you want to use originality, all you need to do is simply go to originality. I click on a website and then here you can login and buy some credits. This is not subscription based, you just buy some credits and you have the credits for you. At the moment, I've got 1,000 credits or so. I can use pays you go. Essentially, this is brilliant for that. If you want to use an alternative tools, you can use something like grammarly, which checks for plagiarisms and also for AI detection as well. At the moment, I'm using Originality Doi. The other tool that I mentioned, the other video, is Quill I believe that is another tool that paraphrases your text. If you copy and paste text into it, is going to paraphrase it in a creative way, in a more elaborate way. You are different styles of writing, you can use that as your source of text as well. In chart GPT though, at the time of this recording, I noticed that humanizing your text or humanizing the text that generates is actually quite accurate. I was quite surprised noticing this. I can bypass some of these tools that I just mentioned and use GPT instead. If you go into the Explore GPT as a time of this recording, you notice there are some new apps that have been released. You might notice they're different depending on when you're watching this video. But if you go into the writing section here, you'll notice you have Humanizer Pro and AI Humanizer Pro. These are two tools that have been created by two different developers and that will allow you basically to humanize the text. One of them says, Best AI humanizer to help you get 100% human score, humanize AI generated content to bypass AI detection, etcetera, etcetera. I tested them already. I noticed that they are not as accurate as they claim to be. But when you watch this video and you test them out, perhaps they improved. But at the moment they're not 100% converting your text into human. They can go up to 70% up to 50% You can test them out and see what you think. But in my personal experience and what I would suggest you to do is to create your own humanizer by going to custom GPT and create one for yourself. The best way to use a humanizer is to customize for your own use. I'm going to be using my own text, my own style of writing, style of speaking. In order to create text and content, the first things you should do is to record yourself. If you don't have any video content created, record yourself with your phone or with your webcom or whatever you have available. Record yourself talking about something, a topic that you are passionate about. It doesn't matter what topic it is, just talk about what you're passionate about. And then you grab that Odio. And then you use software online that allows you to transcribe that Odio. Hundreds of different ways you can do that. There are some software that you can just go online, type convert audio to text, and it will do it for you. You can also download something like the script if you are on a Mac or PC. The script is a software which comes with subscription base as well. But if you download it is free at the moment. Gives you like a free account. And that with a free account you can upload your audio and it will transcribe it for you in text. That's what we're going to be using into ChachBT. That's what we're going to feed into our custom GPT. Create that speech that will allow them chart GPT to elaborate the content and adapt it to your style of speaking and writing. 6. Making AI content more Original Part 2: We now. Any further ado, I'm going to show you how I extrapolated my text from one of my videos. I happen to have a Youtube channel and I've got some videos uploaded, pick up a couple of them already. I created two different documents when I go to downloads under my speech documents, I've got a couple of documents here with some text in it. This is essentially what my style of speaking or talking, and this is being transcribed for me automatically using GPT. Now if I'm going to one of my video and I click on the video itself, you can actually go here, see the video On the right hand side, I've got a little plug in called Transcript and Summary, which is a chat GPT plug in for Google Chrome. If you want to install this, all you need to do is simply go to Google Chrome store. Then you just need to search. Essentially, you just go to Google Chrome plug ins extensions, click on the first one that appears there, and then you can go and search for an extension. I can go to extensions, then I can search for Youtube. Then he says Youtube transcript. Let's see if found something here. Youtube transcript search. Youtube transcript, Youtube video transcript, and video summary. That is what you can have as tool. You can download any of this doesn't matter, Got 4.9 stars. There are others as well. Five stars, it doesn't matter which one you choose. These are all pretty accurate. All of them are pretty good. Once you install that intention, when you open Youtube, you're going to be able to see this page with this tool here on the right hand side. Now if you choose the root of Youtube, if you use the root of uploading the Odio into Google and convert it into text, you can do that as well. Or you can use something like the script. And that will allow you to transcribe Odio easily and for free. If I'm going up here and I click on Transcript and Summary, he's going to give me the transcript of my text. This is not a summary, This is just a transcript. I'm going to copy this. It's got an option to copy it. Then I'm going to create a document. An empty document can go to to my pages, for instance, I can go to my Apple version of Word. I clear a new documents, I'm going to copy and paste that text in here. It doesn't matter what format you got. This is plenty. Then I can go and save this. I'm going to save it as this is the title of this clip is what I have I been doing last year. And then I'm going to save this into my folder. I created a folder under Downloads, under my Speech Doc. Now I've got three documents. I'm going to close this. I don't need these anymore. And I can go back to my GPT. 7. Making AI content more Original Part 3: Now I'm ready to create the custom GPT I'm going to go to create. Here on the top right and corner, I've got my custom GPT. For those of you who jumped on this lesson without seeing the introductions of custom GPT, this is how it looks. When you create a new custom GPT. You have two areas split on screen. You have basically the left and side area where you go create and configure. We're going to go to Create and I'm going to have a conversation with PT and I want to basically ask to create a humanizer for me. Create human. I create a humanizer to convert AI, text generated content into my style or writing and speaking. Make sure that does not sound like AI, but more like me. Make it clear and understandable. Also refer to the documents uploaded to understand my speaking style and my grammar. I'm going to just give this prompt, see what happened now. Gpt builder is going to start to do his work. He's going to create probably a text generated description of the bot and it says, yeah, great, we're building a GPT that can adapt AI generated text to match your unique style or writing and speaking, how does the name style mimic sound like Let's call it something else, let's use my style or actually Humanizma, nice. Or something similar. Okay, now is generating the text, the title. Now I'm not going to go into configure why this is working because I don't want that to have any bugs or any problem. Okay, it gives me this icon. I'm going to say yes. I don't want to linger too much on creating the right icon. I can change it later. Let's fine tune humanizer approach to make sure it perfectly aligns with your preferences. Could you tell me a bit more about how detailed you'd like the analysis of your writing style to be. For instance, are you looking for deep grammatical alignments or other specific phrases and idioms you often use that should be incorporated. Make sure it sounds like me and it is grammar correct. It sounds friendly and understandable and easy to understand. That's it. I don't want to make it too complicated for now, going to leave it like this. I was going to applaud now the GPT. Now, if it keeps asking you questions, you can ignore that. You can go back to configure. It looks like it's finished. I can go to configure, I'm going to call it humaniz. Call it my Humaniz. For instance, human text. To match your unique style. I also want to say make sure the text nice, make sure the text is detectable as human written and not AI. I'd like to emphasize that just in case the part is going to change the description slightly. My humanize is now even more refined to ensure that text not only matches your style but is also distinguishable as human written, not AI generated. If you'd like to give it a try or have more tweaks in mind, just let me know. I can test it here on the right hand side, but I don't have to. Now, I can go to configure, I can go to instructions and see if it's written properly. Your role is to humanize AI generated text to closely match the user's unique style or writings. Speaking I go Grammar is a extension that allows me to correct grammar, which is pretty good. Maintaining a friendly and easy to understand tone beyond these attributes to ensure the text appears distinctly human written. Avoiding patterns of phrases commonly associated with AI, you'll make the text clear, engaging then including the grammar nuances and any specific phrases or idioms. Reference any documents the user uploads as a guide to understand and replicate their voice effectively. Achieving outputs that not only meet the user's expectation for clarity and understandability, but also carry a personal touch that resonate with the individual expression. Perfect, that's fine. Now I also created a couple of conversation starters. Make this more personal. Adjust this sound like me, convert this AI text into my style. Humanize this paragraph. Now down below, I've got the knowledge section where I'm going to upload those documents that I showed you before when I go to downloads. I'm going to go to my speech doc and I'm going to upload these three documents. These are our three PDFs. The capabilities of the GPT will allow GPT to web browsing. Yes, of course. Dali image generation. Why not code interpreter? Yes. If I want to create some coding or if I want to create some tables and things like this, I want to be able to have that facility as well. After I've done that, I'm pretty much ready to create my chat bot. I'm going to make it only available for myself because I need to test it first. I'm going to press Share. Now, I published my custom GPT. I can go to view GPT and it should be also on the left hand side as well. My Manz, the Humanizer Pro is the one that I tested before which I don't really like. I'm going to delete that later, but this is my humanizerg'sre Now I'm going to grab some text from one of my conversation GPT. Let's go to one of these. Let's say I want to copy this description. I'm going to copy, I'm going to go to my humanizer. I'm going to paste that. And I'm going to say, okay, make it sound like I written it. And now I paste this text in here. And press Return, and press Return. And then now GPT will humanize my text, hopefully. Okay, I'm going to copy that text. I'm going to go to originality. I'm going to paste it there. I'm going to detect, I scan and drum roll 96% original, which is pretty good. This has done a very good job in terms of rewriting my text and to make it more human. Now this could be just the case, Sometimes you might have a score which is higher on the AI side than the human side. This is how I would go about humanizing my text and make it more original than AI. I hope you enjoy it and you find it useful. And I'll see you in the next video. Bye. 8. Project assignment: Now is the time to create your own custom GPT, the tailored to a specific aspect of your creative or professional work. And take a screenshot of the main page of your custom GPT. Like I go here, I've got invest tax guide, the descriptions down below and I would like you to do the same and upload it into the project area. I can't wait to see your project and what you've done with our GPT and I'll see you in the next class. 9. Conclusion: Nice work, Finishing up this course. Now you've got the skills to make AI, do some heavy lifting for you. It's a big step using Chart GPT, not just as a tool but also as a partner for your project. Give yourself in a back because not many people reached this point. But don't stop here though. Get your custom GPT bought out there, share in the class project, see what other people are actually creating, and get some feedback as well, and perhaps you get some more inspiration to create more custom GPT. The world of AI is always evolving as you know, so stay curious, keep tweaking your bots and build new ones. And what you learned today is just the starting point of this long journey with AI. Thanks for sticking out with me and with this course all the way through, and I'm looking forward to see what you create next. I'll see you next time.