Because you are hoping ChatGPT can help with #Cybersecurity vulnerability analysis, I got curious. How can #ChatGPT be used in Cybersecurity events? I added the following custom instruction in my ChatGPT sessions: Then I started a new chat, enabled the WebPilot plugin, and tested the custom instruction with a random CVE published today using the […]
Observations and Ending the Experiment In this closing chapter of my experiment to have ChatGPT write all code for a turn-based strategy game, I part with a better understanding of the limitations of the current version 4 of OpenAI.com‘s ChatGPT. Part 3 ended with a partially functional checker-style board with movable game units, after a
Debugging and Implementing the Undo Feature This is the continuing story of using OpenAI’s ChatGPT to build a turn-based strategy game. I started with the idea of building something like a game called Anityoy, which I enjoy. The process is evolving and gets off to a rocky start in Part 1. The object is to
Today I am starting where I left off, with the intent to refactor the code. I suspect this is a big ask for ChatGPT. The code is getting harder to manage. Can the functions be grouped into classes? Also, can hard-coded values be set globally and referenced by name throughout the code? Like before, I
As an experiment, this list was generated by OpenAI.com’s ChatGPT.