Discover our selection of the best GPTs to use with ChatGPT

© Clubic with DALL·E 3

© Clubic with DALL·E 3

After several weeks of waiting, the general public was able to discover the GPT Store promised by OpenAI in early 2024. It contains tens of thousands of GPTs, developed by individuals and professionals. GPTs are personalized versions of ChatGPT, which meet a specific need by saving time, especially on repetitive tasks. While anyone can design their own GPT, users must have a $24 per month ChatGPT Plus subscription to use it.

The interface of a GPT is exactly the same as that of ChatGPT, but instructions, specific databases or preprompts are pre-recorded. A GPT’s capabilities are often summarized under its name, but to learn more, simply ask “What can you do for me?” “. GPTs can cover all areas: horticulture, cooking, writing, translation, IT development, medicine… It is sometimes difficult to find your way around. Here we offer you a selection of the best GPTs of the moment!

Summary

1. Ben Messaoud’s job CV analyzer

Ben Messaoud’s CV analyzer is a real assistant for refining your applications. It allows you to study a CV and compare it to a job offer, to draw two tables. The first shows the correspondences between the qualifications, skills, experiences presented on one side (on the CV) and those required on the other (in the advertisement). The second sets out the points which are not suitable and which could be blocking the recruitment process.

Despite its amazing features, Job CV Analyzer is easy to use. Simply upload the CV in PDF format, directly into the GPT input field, then also paste the ad text there.

GPT Job CV Analyzer © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Job CV Analyzer © Pascale Duc for Clubic

But this tool goes even further, it can help, according to a plan corresponding to good practices for writing a cover letter (you/me/us), to write one for the position advertised. Of course, copying and pasting the generated text is out of the question, especially since companies are increasingly paying attention to the detection of content produced by AI. This model can, however, provide an interesting basis for composing a truly personalized and effective cover letter.

GPT Job CV Analyzer © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Job CV Analyzer © Pascale Duc for Clubic

2. The Secret of Monkey Island: Amsterdam from levels.io

GPT The Secret of Monkey Island is based on the adventure game series of the same name. However, this is an unofficial version and is not affiliated with the original game. The challenge of this GPT was to restore the adventures of Monkey Island in the form of textual content. As is the case most of the time, the GPT is in English. Rather than clicking on the predefined “Start the adventure” button, it is better to say “Start the adventure in French”.

The GPT then generates, with the help of DALL·E 3, an image of the port of Amsterdam, the starting point of the quest: you are Guybrush Threepwood and you must discover a secret treasure. To do this, the game offers actions, like a book in which you are the hero. At each new step, a visual is created, the situation is described and choices are suggested.

GPT The Secret of Monkey Island © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT The Secret of Monkey Island © Pascale Duc for Clubic

To succeed in the quest, you must win 4 tests: steal a tulip, recover a painting, steal the key to the treasure chest, discover the treasure and open it. It is then possible to continue the adventure for a second part, with the aim of finding your wife and making your 4 children rich pirates. For those who are more impatient, a direct access button to this section is available from the GPT home screen.

GPT The Secret of Monkey Island © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT The Secret of Monkey Island © Pascale Duc for Clubic

Virtual money, life points, everything is planned for this new genre of role-playing game. And as a bonus: the GPT offers from the start a link to the game’s soundtrack (on YouTube), for a truly immersive experience!

3. Explain Like I’m Five from puzzle.today

“Explain Like I’m Five” is the preprompt to the GPT Explain Like I’m Five. Geopolitics, quantum physics, history, art, biology… All areas can be explained, as if the user were a 5 year old child. What could seem like a joke is in reality a powerful tool for popularizing concepts that are often unknown, even to adults.

GPT Explain Like I'm Five © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Explain Like I’m Five © Pascale Duc for Clubic

The promise of GPT is to make complex ideas simple and fun. And its use itself does not require much effort. We ask a question and wait for the answer. It is given using analogies, comparisons and examples, to be easier to understand.

GPT Explain Like I'm Five © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Explain Like I’m Five © Pascale Duc for Clubic

At the end of each explanation, Explain Like I’m Five suggests going further on the same topic or suggests a new idea for a question to ask, on a completely different theme. The little extra: the GPT can also give “fun facts”, amusing facts, on a particular area or not, just ask it.

GPT Explain Like I'm Five © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Explain Like I’m Five © Pascale Duc for Clubic

4. Picturator by Johan Puisais

The GPT Picturator presents itself as an expert in image description and generation. It is therefore a tool that combines ChatGPT with DALL·E 3, OpenAI’s artificial intelligence which generates visuals. Picturator aims to produce a “double” from an original image. In reality, it extracts as accurate a prompt as possible from the source image and uses it to create a new file. There is no question of a copy, since the layout, the technique used, the format may be different. But the result can have the same purpose as the original image, because it conveys the same atmosphere and/or idea.

GPT Picturator © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Picturator © Pascale Duc for Clubic

Picturator is oriented towards the exploitation of images on a website, since in addition to generating them, it provides other information essential to development and SEO. Thus, it offers the content of the “Alt” tag, which is displayed when, for one reason or another, an image cannot be loaded (missing file, poor quality connection, etc.). This tag helps search engines find the image. It also gives an example of a “Title” tag. This tag corresponds to the text visible when the mouse passes over the image. It is useful, among other things, for people with visual impairment. Finally, Picturator provides the text of the prompt it used to generate the new file.

GPT Picturator © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Picturator © Pascale Duc for Clubic

5. Turkish Carpet Salesman by Stavan Patel

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman is an adventure game in the vein of Monkey Island. But here, the final goal is a little unusual: it involves lowering the purchase price of a carpet from a Turkish merchant, in a picturesque and colorful bazaar.

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

The experience promises to be immersive and dynamic and this is really the case, because the exchanges with the merchant are sometimes more of a discussion than a role-playing game. The main character takes the opportunity to send you, on occasion, to visit the rest of the market in order to complete quests (object to find, character to help, etc.). To help you discover Turkish culture, the GPT does not hesitate to generate images, from local craft objects to the setting of the action, including a photo of the merchant himself.

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

Very fun, Turkish Carpet Salesman is also a tool to strengthen your negotiation skills. At the end of the game, when an agreement has been reached on the price of the mat, he summarizes the agreement reached and the bonus items acquired, before detailing areas for improvement to become a better negotiator. And even once the adventure is over, it is always possible to ask to extend the experience with, for example, a mission to accomplish in the market, in the form of puzzles, among others.

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

GPT Turkish Carpet Salesman © Pascale Duc for Clubic

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