Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT

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Embrace the future of language technology with Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT offered by Vanderbilt University. Enroll for free and learn how to optimize prompts for ChatGPT and other large language models, shaping the way you interact with AI.

What You Will Learn in the FREE Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT Course

In the Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT course, you will delve into the intricacies of prompt design and optimization for large language models like ChatGPT. Through a comprehensive curriculum, you will learn advanced techniques to craft prompts that yield accurate, coherent, and contextually relevant responses from AI models. From understanding language nuances to optimizing input structures, this course equips you with the skills to enhance your interactions with AI and leverage its capabilities effectively.

Most Frequently Asked Questions about the FREE Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT Course

What is the primary focus of the Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT course?
The primary focus of the course is to provide participants with the knowledge and techniques necessary to engineer effective prompts for ChatGPT and other large language models. Participants will learn how to formulate prompts that elicit desired responses while considering factors such as context, specificity, and clarity.

Why should I consider learning about Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT?
Learning about Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT is essential for individuals and businesses looking to maximize the utility of large language models in various applications. This course offers practical insights and strategies to optimize prompt design, enabling participants to harness the full potential of AI language technology in their projects and endeavors.

How long does it take to complete the FREE Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT course?
The duration of the course varies based on individual learning pace and prior experience with AI language models. Participants typically complete the course within several weeks, engaging with course materials, experimenting with prompt variations, and refining their prompt engineering skills.

What are my next learning options after completing the FREE Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT course?
After completing this course, consider exploring advanced topics in natural language processing, conversational AI, or AI model fine-tuning. We recommend exploring the course on Generative AI for Everyone, which offers insights into the broader landscape of generative AI technologies, complementing your knowledge of prompt engineering and expanding your expertise in AI-driven content generation.

Is it worth learning about Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT?
Absolutely! Learning about Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT empowers you to optimize your interactions with AI language models, enhancing their responsiveness and usefulness in various domains. By mastering prompt engineering techniques, you can unlock new possibilities for AI-driven creativity, productivity, and innovation in your personal and professional endeavors.

Will I receive a certificate upon completing the FREE Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT course?
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive a certificate of achievement from Vanderbilt University, validating their proficiency in prompt engineering concepts and practices for ChatGPT and other large language models.

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  1. Jan Dolezal

    hope there is continuation for advance prompting

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  2. melanie fisher

    Great course really well presented – suitable even for people with little or no IT or AI background

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  3. Michelle Kassorla

    Dr. Jules White was fantastic. This class was engaging, interesting, and very useful. Not only did I learn about Prompt Engineering, I also learned about all the amazing capabilities of LLMs. I am hoping this class will be followed up by a course in prompting AI image generators.

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  4. Jenny Lee

    For someone who knows nothing about programming and ChatGPT, this course opens up the door to understanding how to communicate with large language models via a programming mindset. I would recommend this course to anyone at an entry level and is looking in learning more about the dialogue with any AI Model.

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  5. Hector Martinez

    Enjoyed the class. I would like to continue with Prompt Engineering. Do you have any advice for other training programs?

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  6. Abe Minto

    I highly recommend this course to any professionals looking to use technology to enable AI functionality to achieve better outcomes related to automation and consistency. While some knowledge of Computer Science may be helpful, you do not need to know any specific programming languages. Dr. Jules White of the Computer Science Dept @ Vanderbilt University has genuine expertise and provided actionable use cases for Large Language Models, including various prompting techniques – and combinations thereof. The course was excellent & the tests required continuous application of new concepts. Highly recommend!

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  7. Hakan Kjellerstrand

    It was a fun course with a great instructor as well as good examples and assignments. I especially like that the course emphasized different patterns one can use for prompt engineering.

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  8. Somaan Malik

    Very good course. The Instructor is also very good but the reason for 4 star is that the instructor should also provide some tips for people who are interested in doing freelance with this skill and also want to earn Money as I came to this Course because i heard that many companies hire prompt engineers and also pay them a huge salary. But I was not guided how can I make an earning through prompt engineering. Anyways this was a good experience .

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  9. Annie Mendenhall

    Both accessible and helpful. The structure of the course was really well organized, and the activities and examples helped me learn things that I wouldn’t have been able to do on my own.

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  10. D. Tracy

    I had been searching and doing trial and error with all things AI since the Beta and Public access to AI programs and apps. For the past few months, I have been trying to watch videos and read any info that would give me some background and explain how AI works. Not only did this class give an easy-to-follow overview and description of AI and how is it used, but I learned the prompts and thinking process to start building my prompt engineering skills and background. Dr. Jules White did an excellent job with teaching this course. The course gave me the foundation I needed to advance my knowledge and skills as a prompt engineer.
    The only negative thing I have to say is, I wish there was more courses teaching more advance skills that go deeper into AI and prompt engeneer.

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  11. Cansu Yamanlar

    More examples please. So much time spent just reading the long prompts and distracts. I do not understand bike examples.

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  12. Edward Rudd

    Excellent primer on expanding the use of ChatGPT. I really liked the creative aspects covered in the examples and assignments. This is going to help my use of LLMs immensely!

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  13. Lynn Bailey

    This course was exactly what I was looking for. A deeper dive into the possibilities of learning language models, that shows how to use the patterns of language to better control outputs from ChatGPT. I absolutely loved the printable pattern sheets that summarized each different prompt pattern – great future resource to hang onto. Information was well presented and organized. The additional resource articles were phenomenal. I really enjoyed the additional research that coincided with the prompt patterns.

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  14. Benjamin Tseng

    Great course — instructor has a great deal of enthusiasm for the topic and it shows, and the taxonomy of pattern types is a very useful motivating framework for exploring the possibilities with LLMs. Definitely inspired me to play around more with ChatGPT and Bard and others and overcame my initial skepticism / lack of luck with getting LLMs to do what I wanted.
    If I had a few critiques:
    – Some of the audio is off on some of the videos
    – I think some of the evaluation of homework output could be automated in the same way that other programming courses can do (i.e. copy and pasting an answer, etc)
    – It would be great to get real life practitioners / enterprises to comment on how they’ve used prompt engineering to improve their applications or processes

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  15. Matt B

    A bit repetitive at times, but overall a great primer. Can’t wait to learn more!

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  16. Charles Cammell

    I really enjoyed this course. From knowing nothing about LLM’s I am now confident that I can utilise ChatGPT to improve my business, optimise my time and increase my outputs at the same time.

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  17. Shai Mizrachi

    over and over same explanations.
    I finished week 2. And all the lessons could be in 1 lesson.
    I jumped to week 3, 4,5 and 6, and I see some concept reapeted.
    Very bad time spending for me.
    The teacher is nice though.

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  18. Nas

    The “Prompt Engineering for ChatGPT” course on Coursera, led by Dr. Jules White, is really good at explaining how to use Large Language Models (LLMs) in a simple way. Dr. White knows a lot about the subject and teaches it in a way that’s easy to understand. He gives good advice on how to use ChatGPT, showing you both the theory behind it and how to actually use it in real life. This makes the course great for everyone, whether you’re new to LLMs or have been working with them for a while.

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  19. Hassan Soubhi

    Great course. I enjoyed learning its contents. Some examples used to illustrate the prompts could be improved (as always).
    Thank you for this chance to learn more about prompt engineering.

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  20. Nazneen Akram

    The knowledge I have gained in this course will help me to work with data in ways that is absolutely new to me. Thank you to the Course Instructor. I have found this course extremely useful.

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  21. T

    This is really inspiring. Easy to understand with the help of examples. Jules you have done a great job.
    My two cents. Enriching the content with more printed examples would be very helpful.

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  22. Lisa

    I enjoyed the course, but I felt the instructor spent too much time repeating himself. He’d say the same thing several different ways, as though trying to make a difficult concept easier to understand. There were very few things that needed repeating, and the redundancies mainly filled up his video time. That time would have been better used by providing more examples.
    While there was some benefit to using prompt engineering as examples, it was a little too “meta” for me. Adding a few everyday examples to the prompt engineering ones (and the other ones) would have been more helpful. I would have liked more examples for the few-shot examples prompt that required intermediate steps. Seeing other ways to write the intermediate steps would have made it much easier to come up wit h an example of my own.
    The other thing, which seems to be more a Coursera trend than specific to this course, was the complete lack of assistance in the forums. Years ago, it used to be that teaching assistants – and sometimes the professor – would monitor the forums and answer questions.

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  23. Karan Gupta

    This is a very good course about prompt engineering. For the beginner, who don’t have knowledge about what Chatgpt is or what is prompt engineering, can enroll here to learn about these things. Further, its very helpful for me to understand the real potential of the new tool, that we all called Chatgpt.

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  24. Tomoko Kotaka

    I really enjoyed this course. And I’m amazed I finished it! Kudos to how it is structured. The videos w/transcript were just the right size chunks my ADD brain can handle. I recommend this for anyone who wants to do a deeper dive into AI capabilities as it really expanded my brain on how prompt engineering can be used and its power is exponential. And this just scratches the surface!

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  25. Dan Flynn

    Fantastic course if you are currently using ChatGPT for just asking it questions or have never used it at all.
    If you take the time to actually watch and pay attention to these videos, use the prompt ideas and make them your own to try out, take notes, read the material, basically all the stuff you would have done in any class in school, you will learn a ton about how to use this tool better and how it works.
    I’m 31, and have worked for software tech companies for 10 years and the knowledge from this course will save me hours and hours at work, not to mention make me look good as I can now go teach my co-workers how to save themselves time and bring new ideas to everything we do.
    The reviews that talk about the professor being repetitive – sure, this can be true at times, but this is what teachers are supposed to do in order to reinforce concepts and makes sure students of all levels are understanding the content. If you are finding that you already understand a concept and the professor is repeating himself, just skip forward in the video, it’s not a reason not to take the course.
    Last few pieces of advice:
    1. For each new prompt pattern, whether you are prompted in the homework or not to do so, take time to think of a use case that’s personal for you to use the new pattern for to check it out for yourself. If you are struggling with ideas, just ask ChatGPT to help you brainstorm ideas :).
    2. There are some links to academically published research papers and while these are a bit dense, I highly recommend you take time to read them, especially the first linked paper about the prompt pattern templates as that will really set you up for success in the rest of the course and for however you’re going to use the tool moving forward.

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