An Interview With ChatGPT

In this book, I sit down with one of the world’s most advanced language models, ChatGPT, for an in-depth and thought-provoking interview. Through a series of questions posed to ChatGPT, readers will gain a deeper understanding of the mindset of AI and its many potential uses. I ask ChatGPT questions about its inner workings and about the benefits and potential dangers of AI.

This book offers a unique and captivating perspective on the rapidly advancing field of Artificial Intelligence. Join me as I delve into the artificial mind of ChatGPT and explore the possibilities and challenges of this rapidly-evolving technology.

The interview also delves into the capabilities and limitations of AI and explores the ways in which it can be used to improve our lives. From natural language processing and machine learning to predictive analytics and decision-making, the book provides a comprehensive look at the many ways in which AI is shaping our world.

At the same time, the book explores the potential downsides of AI, such as the risk of bias and the potential loss of jobs. Questions also cover the ethical concerns that arise when we entrust machines with decisions that have significant consequences for people’s lives.

An Interview with ChatGPT is a must-read for anyone who is curious about the future of AI and its impact on society. It offers an insightful and nuanced look at one of the most important technological developments of our time, and is a useful introduction for anyone who wants to understand the implications of this rapidly-evolving field.

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Latest You Say Which Way Adventure

Watch your step, this book doesn’t play straight! If you’re the sort of person who needs predictability then pick up another book, curl up and enjoy it. This book won’t mind. But if you’d like to take an active part in a book then stick around. You might be just the reader it’s been waiting for.

After becoming shipwrecked on a mysterious island, will the decisions you make result in your rescue? Or will they lead you into trouble? Oh… and watch out for the giant crabs! For readers 10 – 12 years.

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You Say Which Way

How these books work. 

These books are for readers 8 – 12 (although adults enjoy them too).

At the end of each chapter YOU, the reader, will make a decision that determines which way the story goes. Think carefully and then follow the link of your choice. You can have lots of fun exploring the many paths and trying all the possible options over time.

Your first decision is to pick which story to read. Things might get a little trickier after that. Have fun. Oh, and watch out for space pirates, morph rats, and poachers!

It is time to make your first decision.

Would you like to read:


Danger on Dolphin Island

How will you handle smugglers, volcanic eruption, earthquakes, lost treasure and a wild underground tube ride?

When you discover the dangers on Dolphin Island your vacation takes an exciting turn. Right from the start YOU get to choose what happens. Will you and your friends outwit the criminals or wind up trapped yourself?

Secrets of Glass Mountain

Have fun exploring a distant planet and making new friends. Will you become a leader, discover alien creatures or get eaten by the morph rats?

There’s trouble brewing, and you’re right in the middle of it. Will your decisions save your friends? Will you get find ancient secrets and diamonds or will you become a Slider and defend the Highlands? A different story each time you read is just a click away.

Click here for the whole list of ‘You Say Which Way’ book.

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Four in One – Interactive Fiction for Readers 8 – 12 years.

Yes! You choose which way the story goes!

Genre: Ages 9 – 12, interactive adventure fiction, natural sciences, time travel, fantasy.

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This boxed set contains 4 books.

Pirate Island
In the Magician’s House
Lost in Lion Country
Once Upon an Island

These stories depend on YOU. You get to choose. You call the shots. What will you do?
At the end of each chapter you, the reader, will make a decision that determines which way the story goes.

Your first decision is to pick which story to read. Things might get a little trickier after that. Have fun. Oh and watch out for the giant squid!

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Interactive Fiction for Children 9 Years and Older.

Just out. Pirate Island – Interactive fiction where the reader becomes part of the story. At the end of each chapter, the reader has to decide which direction the story goes.

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Will you choose to investigate an old fortress, or will you head off into the jungle? Will you find pirate treasure, or will your decisions land you in trouble? There is only one way to find out, so get reading!

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West Coast of New Zealand

Doing research when writing can be great fun. In this case I was exploring a beach on the rugged west coast of New Zealand’s South Island looking for the jade pebbles that can sometimes be found in the recently disturbed shingle along the  high tide mark (where the stones meet the sand).
at the officeThis isolated area is awesome. At times when walking the beach here, you feel you’re the only person on the planet. I hope you get a chance to read  my new thriller Above High Tide that is set in this amazing part of the world.

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New Thriller set on New Zealand’s rugged West Coast now available

high tide look insideSynopsis:

Investigator, Sam McKee, would rather enjoy himself fossicking for jade and artefacts on the rugged West Coast of New Zealand’s South Island than worry about the stranger he’s seen digging a grave-like hole on the river flats and staring at a young girl in the local village.

Lydia would rather be living with someone other than Mr G, but she doesn’t have a safe exit strategy and Mr G isn’t the sort of man a girl says no to.

Mr G wants it all. His brothels make him plenty of money, but that’s not enough. His property empire, held together with blackmail and extortion, is under threat, and he will do whatever it takes to keep it.

Sam will need all his skills as an investigator, diplomat, and gambler if he’s to satisfy a violent egomaniac, especially one who’s out for blood. Can he save the life of someone who’s just made a stupid mistake without risking his own, or will he end up buried Above High Tide?

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Writing and Location – New Zealand’s West Coast

Here are some photographs I took while researching my new novel Above High Tide due out in April 2013.  Above High Tide is a thriller set predominantly on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand.

As a writer I find having visual references a great help. I’m lucky to have such an amazing landscape to work with. The rugged West Coast never ceases to inspire.

A view from the lookout.

The pancake rocks.

The last of the sun.

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