But wait, there’s more! GPT4, equipped with a code interpreter, can also dabble in the enchanting realm of text-to-speech.

Now, before you jump in with your comments, let me tell you about the amusing dance I had with this fascinating capability. GPT4, always the inquisitive conversationalist, tends to bombard you with clarifying questions.

And if you’re limited to a mere 25 messages every three hours, you don’t want to squander them on mundane clarifications, do you?

Proceed Without Further Question

In my quest to maximize the potential of GPT4, I discovered a simple trick—writing “proceed without further question.”

It’s like a magic spell that bypasses the lengthy back-and-forth of clarifications and propels GPT4 straight into action. Trust me, it’s like getting twice the prompts for the price of one! However, I must admit that sometimes the results can be, well, unexpected.

When Text-to-Speech Takes a Comedic Turn

Picture this: I asked GPT4 to transform the entire prompt, starting from the beginning, into a text-to-speech file. After a few failed attempts and some stubborn denials of its capabilities, GPT4 finally relented and delivered the goods—or so I thought. Brace yourself for the unexpected hilarity that ensued!

Instead of a smooth, seamless conversion of text into spoken words, GPT4 surprised me with an amusing message that paid homage to the legendary Stephen Hawking.

It cheerfully exclaimed, “When you send a message containing python code to python, it will be executed in a stateful device, a notebook environment.

Python will respond with the output of the execution or timeout after 120.0 seconds.” Oh, GPT4, you certainly have a way with words!

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