I’m excited to share something I’ve been working on—my new course, Prompt Engineering for Everyone.
Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just curious about AI, this course is designed to change the way you interact with conversational AI.
Why Prompt Engineering Matters
I remember the first time I used an LLM (Large Language Model). I was amazed but I also quickly realized that my input had a profound effect on the quality and accuracy of the output.
It’s not just about asking; it’s about asking the right way. That’s the essence of Prompt Engineering, a fancy term that essentially means communicating effectively with AI models to optimize for the desired results.
Whether you like AI or not, whether you think it’s useful, scary, or both, AI is here to stay and it will revolutionize many fields, including our own. I think it is wise to get familiar with it and this prompt engineering course should give you a gentle introduction.
What You’ll Learn
My prompt engineering course is jam-packed with insights and practical skills.
You’ll learn how to craft compelling prompts that make your AI interactions more accurate, meaningful, and ultimately useful.
It is all delivered in plain English and it doesn’t take a data scientist or developer to use the tips shared within.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- What Prompt Engineering is and why do we care about it
- The limitations of naive prompting
- Common mistakes
- Optimizing your prompts to extract the maximum value from AI
- The Persona pattern
- Getting the AI model to interview you
- The Chain of Thought approach to prompting
- The revolutionary Train of Thought technique
- Controlling the verbosity of the output
- Advanced techniques such as the Nova System
- Watson X Prompt Lab
Plus, you’ll get a certificate, such as the one below (provided you obtain a passing grade).
Ready to Dive In?
So, are you ready to improve your AI interactions? I invite you to join me on this exciting journey. Enroll in Prompt Engineering for Everyone and let’s make AI communication as useful as it can be.
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