55 // A Day on the Playground
As many of you know, GPT-4 was released this week, and since I got access I of course had to play with it a little.
A couple of months ago, this GraphGPT tweet got me thinking about what could be done within Formable working with natural language.
GraphGPT turns a description into a graph, and lets you update it with further prompts. That could also be useful in Formable. (maybe watch the video to get an idea of what I’m talking about)
Back then I played around with GPT-3 and got some pretty reasonable results, but without putting in a lot of work into tuning my prompts or fine-tuning, the results were often a bit off from what I would have expected. Especially when I passed it a subgraph of existing data it should incorporate into an update.
Now, my method here is just going by feeling, but unless I got lucky I would say that GPT-4 does quite a bit better with the prompts I tried. The last time I did this, it had a hard time connecting new data to what I listed as existing blocks.
Directly turning a description into something Formable’s back end understands works reasonably well. One thing you might notice is that my prompt says “part of the project Formable. Formable is a project.” It didn’t turn the block “Formable” into a project without the last part. So that would still need improvement.
I’d love to hear about your experience with those and GPT-4!