I created an SMS interface to openAI's gpt3 API so that I can send an SMS prompt to openai and get an SMS response. Result looks like this: There may be better/easier ways of doing this, but this is how I figured it out. I'm assuming some degree of familiarity w/ Zapier here: 1. Buy a phone number in Twilio to use for this. This only costs $1/mo 2. In Zapier, create a new zap where the trigger is "Webhooks by Zapier" (Premium option). Choose your event as "Catch Hook". This will generate a webhook URL that is custom for this workflow. We are doing this because when you send the SMS to the Twilio phone number, you want it to **instantly** trigger the zapier workflow and not wait the 5-15 min it takes for Twilio to trigger on its own, so for that you need the webhook: 3. Copy the webhook URL from zapier and paste it into Twilio in the "A Messages Comes In" webhook section for that phone number 4. You will then need to send a test message so that Zap
For fun, I've used GPT3 from openai.com to create a personal statement writer that makes it easy for people to generate a first draft of a personal statement using a simple prompt of their topic. The application takes in two parts for the prompt: first, the topic (e.g., "running a law mowing business"), and second the type of school or programming to which the applicant is applying (e.g., "business school"). It then uses the openai GPT-3 api to generate a multi-paragraph personal statement. PersonalStatementBot.com includes a page with personal statement examples that have been generated by itself in the past, to make it easier for folks to see and learn from each other.