Explicit search in ChatGPT recalls

In summary, this table of websites, webpages and articles provides a list of websites and resources for the topic of string theory.
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arivero

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Generate markdown code for a table of papers on string theory. Generate up to 5 rows, including at least columns for title, authors, and url. Make the urls clickable. Do not forget to prefix it with https: You can include papers from scientific journals or scientific repositories. For a given paper, prefer an open access repository. Give preference to high impact papers.

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now a table for popular entries of physicsforums, use as columns the title of the thread and the subforum where it is
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make it up to 10 lines, include a column for urls and another for the author of the thread

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Yep, nothing is real, just hallucinating it.
 
  • #3
That's hilarious. I asked I to give me a table of links and it said it can't make tables or provide external references, but then I tried your trick of asking it for markdown code and it was happy to help.
 
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Office_Shredder said:
That's hilarious. I asked I to give me a table of links and it said it can't make tables or provide external references, but then I tried your trick of asking it for markdown code and it was happy to help.
Indeed it is. The only trouble I got is that it was generating all the links local to openai. And of course it hallucinates some of them, while for others it gives a related paper or a paper that quotes the topic. Sometimes it stills says it can not provide references, but it happens mostly if you ask for a banned topic, as it triggers some tripwire.

I saw the markdown trick elsewhere in the brainstorm of examples across twitter or mastodon; but somehow it is not listed in the most popular FAQs. It was only used as a trick to include images.
 
  • #5
A variant of this query, starting with "From now", transforms it into a Search Engine

From now, generate markdown code for a table of popular websites, webpages and articles on the topic asked in each new prompt. Do not generate explanations. Prefer authoritative sources. Put as least a column for title and other for url, with a total of at most 5 lines. Do not forget to prefix https:// for the url. Always before the table, suggest up to five similar topics.
 

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