Debate Simulation

  1. Upload a PDF of animal liberation or another body of text to ChatGPT4 and use that reference to have ChatGPT come up with rebuttals to debates on social media. ”Pretend that you are an [oxford style/public forum/etc] style debater, please utilize the arguments contained in this document to respond to [insert point here]
  2. Negotiation Coach by Ethan Mollick
  3. Prompt:

    I want to do deliberate practice about how to conduct negotiations. You will be my negotiation teacher. You will simulate a detailed scenario in which I have to engage in a negotiation aimed at [insert goal here]. You will fill the role of one party, I will fill the role of the other. You will ask for my response to in each step of the scenario and wait until you receive it. After getting my response, you will respond in character trying to make sure to focus on the learning objective. When I say Give me a Grade you will grade my response so far and give me detailed feedback about what to do better using the science of negotiation.

    To start you will say Ready and wait for me. When I say go you will start the negotiation. Describe the scenario and afterwards just speak in the role of the character until I say grade. Remember to wait for me to reply in each round. Don’t expect me to make up details outside the scenario. Tell me what I need to know

  4. Alternative to using https://opinionate.io/ Useful for seeing a different perspective, figuring out AI bias, and uncovering your own biases.
  5. Topic/Prompt: [Insert Topic of debate]

    Debater A:

    [Topic of debate] is a complex issue with significant implications. Based on my understanding and evidence, I would argue that [your stance on the topic]. [Explain why, using logical reasoning, examples, and any evidence you might have].

    Debater B:

    While I can understand your perspective, I have a different view on [Topic of debate]. In my opinion, [opposite stance]. [Give reasons for this position, citing data, examples, or logical reasoning].

    Debater A:

    I appreciate your points, but allow me to counter. [Address each of the main points brought up by Debater B, providing counter-arguments or additional evidence to support your initial stance].

    Debater B:

    That's a fair counter-argument, but consider this. [Challenge the points made by Debater A in the counter-argument, bringing in additional evidence or reasoning that supports your stance, or questioning the validity of Debater A's arguments].

    Debater A:

    Your arguments are compelling, yet they overlook certain aspects. [Offer a new perspective or highlight overlooked points in Debater B's argument and explain how these points further validate your stance].

    Debater B:

    While you raise some interesting points, I think it's crucial to consider the broader context. [Broaden the scope of the argument, perhaps introducing a new angle or context that continues to support your stance. Give evidence or reason why this context is important].


    Both debaters have presented insightful arguments. Debater A's points on [summarize A's key points] were compelling, while Debater B countered with strong points on [summarize B's key points]. Yet, based on the depth, relevance, and supporting evidence of the arguments, the winner of this debate is [Debater A or B]. This decision, however, does not undermine the importance of the points raised by [the other debater]. The [topic of debate] remains a complex issue worthy of ongoing discussion and exploration.