DeepLearningAI - ChatGPT Prompt Engineering for Developers - Conclusion

Congratulations on making it to the end of this short course.

In summary, in this short course you’ve

learned about two key principles for prompting. Write

clear and specific instructions, and when it’s appropriate, give the

model time to think. You also learned about iterative

prompt development and how having a

process to get to the prompt that’s right for

your application is key. And we went through a few capabilities of large

language models that are useful for many applications, specifically

summarizing, inferring, transforming, and expanding.

And you also saw how to build a

custom chatbot. That was a lot that you learned in just

one short course, and I hope you enjoyed going through

these materials.

We hope you’ll come up with some ideas for applications that

you can build yourself now. Please go try this out and let us know

what you come up with. No application is too small, it’s fine

to start with something that’s kind of a very small project with

maybe a little bit of utility or maybe it’s not even useful

at all, it’s just something fun.

Yeah, and I find playing with these models actually really fun,

so go play with it!

I agree, it’s a good weekend activity, speaking

from experience.

Uhm, and just, you know, please use the learnings

from your first project to build a better

second project and you know, maybe even a better third project,

so on. That’s kind of how I have kind of grown over time

using these models myself as well.

Or if you have an idea for a bigger project already,

just go for it. And you know, as

a reminder, these kind of large language models are a very

powerful technology, so it kind of goes without saying that

we ask you to use them responsibly and

please only build things that will have a positive impact.

Yeah, I fully agree. I think in this age,

people that build AI systems can have a

huge impact on others. So it’s more important than ever

that all of us only use these tools responsibly. Uhm, and I think building

large language model based applications is just a very

exciting and growing field right now. And

now that you’ve finished this course, I think

you now have a wealth of knowledge that let you build things

that few people today know how to. So, I hope

you also help us to spread the word and encourage others to

take this course too. In closing, I hope

you had fun doing this course, and I want to thank you for

finishing this course. And both Ezra and I look forward to hearing about

the amazing things that you build.

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