In this post Michael Feldstein introduces a learning design rapid prototype: " I'll show you a demo video of it in action and I'll give you the 'source code' so you can run it," he writes. What's fun about this is the way it was developed. "I asked ChatGPT some questions. We talked it through. Two days later, I had a working demo. ChatGPT and I wrote it together." The 'source code' in question is actually an extended chatGPT prompt, intended to be run with the AI along with an input PDF (he used this one). I wonder, though, whether we're entering a world of 'open source prompts' versus $25K workshops. Both seem to me to be missing the point.
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