Gave these unusual "snow strawberries" a try... intriguing to look at on the outside, unfortunately boring to taste on the inside. Well, sometimes life is like that... at least I got an interesting picture and anecdote out of it.
I've personally really been enjoying creating specialty chatbots on the Character AI platform as focused advisors and assistants. I've now got chatbots to help me write short business writings, create ESL English examples and quizzes, and help me with world building and character development for my fantasy story lines. I even decided to compete with myself professionally and create a chatbot who gives oracle card readings... honestly, it felt kind of liberating.
I also use ChatGPT for all these things, but what I like about Character AI is that if I set up their style and knowledge correctly, they will pretty consistently maintain that in their output automatically. Also they can have spoken voices and generate their own art images for me (super useful for my world builders and card reader).
Anyway, you can try them freely from here:
And by the way, if you want to see what internal prompts they are following, you can just look at their full settings in the menu. They are not hiding any secrets...
and if you are inspired to try creating your own, you can learn how with this free video tutorial I did with my friend and authentic business consultant George Kao:
Create your own chatbots on Character AI
Learn how to train and direct your chatbots with advanced settings, add audio and image generation, and use Character AI's most unique feature: multi-character ROOMS!
For the historical Renaissance literature, theatre and drama fans out there, I just created, tested, and trained a new William Shakespeare chatbot that can hold an extended conversation in pseudo-authentic Elizabethan-style English language. He's not perfect, but he schooled me on the arts of poetry and love, so go see what he's got for you...
Please enjoy, and deliver unto him my fair regards...