Sunday, June 30, 2024

Ethan Mollick's GPT Complexifier - Just for Fun!

This being the weekend, I am adding a resource here that may have limited academic use, but certainly is descriptive of too many of my colleagues' lectures over the years.  It was brought to my attention by Katherine Kerpan of the University of Illlinois Chicago who is a follower of Professor Ethan Mollick (UPenn, Wharton), the author of the GPT.  He calls it the "complexifier."  This GPT takes seemingly simple tasks and makes them more complex with all of the possible things that might impact or go wrong - along with a flow chart to address those.  You may have some fun (or valid use) in complexifying processes or tasks.  I know colleagues who have done this to their students for decades!