Do you think the rise of personalized prompt libraries would inevitably lead to libraries of libraries that can autonomously simulate how a variety of thinkers would approach a problem? At that point, how important would any human decision-maker be if the model can embody the holistic considerations of the brightest minds? Would the decision itself be outsourced too from the human? Or is synthesizing opinions and generating a decision something people are uniquely well placed to do? How long do you think the personalized prompt libraries would exist for before they are eclipsed by these libraries of libraries?

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It is possible, but the point is that while I can believe GPT will be able to create the perfect answer to any context, it is still up to the human to understand the context they are in and the output they desire. Unless and until GPT can read your mind and understand your intent and context, the human is the barrier for expressing intent.

The tool cannot understand yet what your intent is, even if they can perform your intent perfectly.

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Promptology is all ready able to serve as a personal or enterprise library for mega-prompts.


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