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How to Use ChatGPT to Write Your Next Speech!

 

 

 

You now have an amazing resource to help you write memorable, entertaining, informative, and audience-engaging speeches!

How you may ask?

By using the latest artificial intelligence ChatGPT!!!

You’ve been hearing all the buzz about ChatGPT on the news, all over the internet, through podcasts, online articles, and YouTube! Now embrace this software that’s taking over the world and be the next human to embrace one of the most amazing technologies today!

What is ChatGPT?

GPT is an AI language model that generates text based on a prompt. It has learned how to write like a human by reading a lot of text and can complete sentences or generate new text. It is used for language tasks such as translation, chatbots, and text generation.

  • G: “Generative” means that the AI model can generate new content on its own without needing to copy existing text. For example, GPT can generate a unique response to a prompt like “Tell me a story about a unicorn.”
  • P: “Pre-trained” means that the model has already been trained on a large dataset of text, so it has a lot of knowledge to draw from when generating responses. For example, GPT may have already read many books and articles about unicorns, so it understands what they are and can use that knowledge to generate a story.
  • T: “Transformer” is a type of neural network architecture used in GPT that allows it to process and understand large amounts of text data. The Transformer architecture is designed to be efficient and scalable, so it can handle the massive amounts of data needed to train language models like GPT.

Let’s get started!

Simply think of ChatGPT as a knowledgeable friend you can chat back and forth with, asking about anything you’d like. If the response to your prompts ( queries and requests you enter to ask ChatGPT what you want) isn’t exactly what you want, follow up with a more specific request clarifying your request.

 

 

10 Toastmasters ChatGPT Ideas

1. Create icebreaker speech ideas.

ChatGPT can generate a list of ideas for you to choose from if you struggle to think of ideas! Remember you can ask, “create a list of icebreaker speech ideas,” and get a broad list of ideas. A better idea would be to get specific. Ask for topics related to your interests, hobbies, professions, and topics you enjoy. For example, ” write a list of toastmaster icebreaker speech ideas related to my growing up in Indiana and attending Purdue University.

2. Write a speech intro.

If you have your speech written out, you can add it to ChatGPT and ask, “write me an attention-getting introduction for this speech” If the intro is too long, you can follow up and ask, “shorten it to 3 sentences” Since it’s like chatting with a brilliant friend it will give you what you ask for.

3. Write a speech conclusion.

Similar to your intro, submit your speech and ask, ” write me a conclusion with a call to action in 2 sentences to end this speech”

4. Create a list of interesting facts about your topic.

Once you have your topic or your speech written, you can ask ChatGPT to provide you with some fun, interesting facts related to your speech or topic. “create a list of fun related facts related to my speech”

5. Add timestamps to your speech outline/notes.

This is really incredible. If you have a speech written out, you can add it to ChatGPT and ask it to add timestamps to keep you on track based on the recommended time for your speech. ” add timestamps to my speech that has a time range of 4-6 minutes” ask and it’s done!

6. Add a call to action.

Some speech evaluators often recommend adding a call to action for your audience. You can ask for a list of calls to action based on your topic or an actual speech you’ve written to get some ideas.

7. List ideas for props or visual aids.

Similar to asking for interesting facts, you can ask for ideas of what props or visual aids would enhance your speech.

8. Create a short list of talking points.

This is really helpful if you don’t want to reference your written speech and possibly get distracted and lose your place. As mentioned above just add your speech and ask for a list of talking points based on your speech. If the list is still too long, just follow up and ask, “shorten each item on the list so it’s easy to reference while I look down during my speech”

9. Create a list of positive phrases.

One of the most valuable skills of advanced evaluators is using phrases that have a positive tone when sharing feedback.

10. Create a list of Table Topics.

Sometimes creating a list of table topics may be challenging when you’re a new Toastmaster. Use ChatGPT to create a list of ideas. Rather than getting a general list, ask for a specific list. Ask, ” provide a list of fun, entertaining table topics and ideas related to Halloween” By including a relevant holiday, topic, and more specific criteria, you’ll receive something fun and memorable for your club.

 

ChatGPT Prompt for a Toastmasters Icebreaker Speech

Below are two examples of prompts to show the difference in being general vs. specific.

Geek Mode: Additional Details related to ChatGPT software

 

Sure, here are some even simpler explanations of the basic terms to help beginners start using ChatGPT:

  1. AI: Artificial Intelligence is when computers can do things that normally require human intelligence, like learning, reasoning, and problem-solving.
  2. NLP: Natural Language Processing is when computers can understand and use human language.
  3. Input: When you ask a question or give a command to the computer, that’s called an input.
  4. Output: The computer’s response to your question or command is called the output.
  5. Training: When you teach the computer how to do something by giving it lots of examples, that’s called training.
  6. Model: A model is a computer program that has learned how to do a specific task, like answering questions or translating languages.
  7. Prompt: A prompt is a question or statement that you give the computer to get a response.
  8. Top-k and Top-p: These are techniques that the computer uses to choose the best word to use in its response. Top-k limits the number of choices, and Top-p limits the probability of the choices.
  9. Fine-tuning: This is when you teach the computer to do a specific task by training it on a small set of specific examples.
  10. Context: Context refers to the information or knowledge around a question or statement that may affect the computer’s response.

 

 

 

 

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