In the world of AI nothing stays the same for long.
We are in a constant state of flux.
The Greek Philosopher Heraclitus said that "No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it's not the same river and he's not the same man."
In a similar way no teacher ever uses the same AI twice, for the AI will have developed and our understanding of the AI will have changed.
Some new research has helped us develop this understanding.
I have suspected this for a while, but now we have data to show that adding an emotional phrase to requests can improve the responses from by about 10%.
The phrase that often yields good results mentions the request’s importance to the user's career.
The reasons behind this increase in quality are currently unknown, pointing to the unpredictable nature of AI. Despite some reservations, incorporating emotional phrases at the end of prompts appears to be an advantageous approach.
Since March have been reluctant to change the PREP framework as the simplicity of it is often commented on as a great feature for teachers.
But now I think it is time.
Afterall we all want better quality results, so the quality of the prompt must be developed.
This has led me to extend PREP to PREPARE.