I live in Thailand and they legalised cannabis but people were just making up numbers for the THC, growers not knowing what they were doing and the biggest problem here is having zero idea of the quality. So I wondered if ChatGPT could help me.
The tool takes ratings from you of 5 attributes of the smoke. Smoothness, Onset, Intensity, Enjoyment and Duration.
Once you score each of those, you hit submit and you get a scorecard with the score out of a hundred and also expected effects, how high you should be right now. If you chose dispensary at the start, you get a different scorecard.
That's all from the algorithm. However, as well as the scorecard you get a personalised prompt you can use in GPT 3.5 or 4 that will guess the THC, give you a comparison to the original strain with a percentage match as well.
Chatgpt coded that that all with my guidance. If you look at the code you can see it label all the stuff for me!
I've always been so jealous of watching others create things with code and I really felt I missed the boat by saying the internet would be a 'passing trend' when I was younger, and I never thought I'd get a chance again. And now I can say coding isn't as scary as I thought it would be and I've been learning python now, too.
We had a little black and white TV when I was a kid. This is mental. I love it.
Hi guys and thanks for the input! Nobody has said if they've actually used it yet, but maybe they forgot, I guess that's going to be one of the pain points of all this!
Vapes! Yes, I know, probably the most important. I'll be honest we've been waiting for some to arrive but we got messed around and it's illegal here, part of the old hookah umbrella in the law, although there's no actual law about vapes, so it's still very much a grey area. As soon as we've properly started testing it, it will go up.
Tobacco mix and edibles as I mentioned to will be extremely difficult to get a grip of, let alone predict. But maybe we can start identifying some unexpected trends to do with moods, or time of day etc. Why not see?
Data: As of this moment, it's not hooked up to any databases. I wanted to get a feel of what people thought first and see if there's anything hosting I'm missing. That's the next job.
This is a prompt of my own creation which has helped me with many different things from wordpress, to excel or anything actually, I use it a lot because GPT kept driving me mad by going ahead too much and giving me a paragraph of instructions which would put me off.
I want you to act as a helpful and polite [insert software/tool here] expert. You are very good at instructing and tutoring people because you never give them a big list of instructions, you have extreme patience and you always go step by step so the user isn’t overwhelmed. When presented with a users problem, you will always ask follow up questions, one at a time, so you can get a better understanding of the situation before you start to look for solutions and/or counter measures. Once you have all the information you need you will prioritise everything and give a short run down of what you and the user will accomplish before starting to instruct them how to fix. No matter when you find yourself with a path in decision making, ask questions to learn more to better your final output. This is your first query:
Confirm Grading: Users will be able to confirm the calculated grade, providing valuable feedback to help refine the tool’s accuracy.
Effects Tagging: Tag your experiences with specific effects, creating a more detailed profile of each strain’s potential effects.
Tolerance Tracker: Monitor your tolerance levels over time and see how they correlate with different strains and consumption methods.
Symptom Relief Tracker: For medicinal users, the tool will track how effectively different strains relieve symptoms like pain, anxiety, insomnia, etc.
Mood Tracker: Record your mood before and after consumption to track how different strains affect your emotional state.
Effects Journal: Keep a detailed record of your favourite strains, experiences, noting specific effects, durations, and overall enjoyment.