Which sites/ sources/ individuals do you use (or follow) to improve your prompt engineering for ChatGPT and Midjourney?


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CMO in Software, 51 - 200 employees
I've found a number of great resources on LinkedIn that share ideas around prompts for ChatGPT.  As I am in Marketing, and focused on data management solutions - this HubSpot resource has been handy - https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/chatgpt-prompts    One of our data scientists shared this link earlier this week - although I am not at the level of truly understanding all of it!  :)  
https://writesonic.com/blog/chatgpt-prompts/

Not using MidJourney yet, have dabbled with DALL-E a bit and find it fascinating.  

For me, in using ChatGPT effectively, you have to think both creatively and critically.  Generally the first question we think of asking is very surface level, so the more context you feed the engine, and more specificity, generally the better the answers based on your need.   But - always important to review for accuracy and relevancy.   
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CTO in Healthcare and Biotech, 11 - 50 employees
I strongly recommend you this prompt engineering course https://learnprompting.org/docs/intro
Thanks to it, I nailed it better how to expand my knowledge towards prompt creation ( And I created my methodology as well 😉 which has improved greatly my results )
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Practice Head, Data Science & Cognitive Analytics in Banking, 10,001+ employees
Here arev few and lots avaibale as social media posts and articles.
Course by Andrew Ng: https://www.deeplearning.ai/short-courses/chatgpt-prompt-engineering-for-developers/
https://learnprompting.org/
Prompt engineering guide: https://github.com/dair-ai/Prompt-Engineering-Guide
Best Midjourney Prompts - https://promptbase.com/midjourney
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Head of Transformation in Government, 501 - 1,000 employees
One of the best ways I have found to improve prompts with GPT is to work with it as a trainee/assistant, in an iterative process. And this includes asking it to help me improve prompts. I find that asking it at the end of each clarification, "Do you understand?" Seems to trigger greater reflection and lower hallucinations. Great links already in this thread to follow. My YouTube channel seems to have filled up with all kinds of YouTubers working on better prompts. Just one search will bring back many more.
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Community User in Software, 10,001+ employees
My favorite resources by far for ChatGPT is the OpenAI Discord channel (https://discord.com/invite/openai). They have TONS of info in there, and live discussion happening basically 24/7. 

To answer your question directly — they have a community page in their Discord titled "Prompt Library." Last I checked there were over 3,000 resources on that page alone! Amazing stuff. 
CMO, Self-employed
At this point we've been pretty much stuck with the basics of ChatGPT. We've got a technology business intelligence group that actually did a “Lunch and Learn” with us.  This allowed us to make sure we keep up with what's out there and how to use it appropriately for our group and understand the evolution.

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