AI generated by Dall-E using the prompt Family Off The Map Digital Art

ChatGPT introduces the adventures of FamilyOffTheMap

Meet the family behind the popular blog This family is made up of a mom, dad, and their 6-year-old daughter, and they love to travel and camp. They document their adventures on their blog, sharing beautiful photos and exciting stories from their trips.

On their blog, you can read about the family’s adventures in national parks and other outdoor destinations. They also share tips and advice on how to plan a camping trip and make the most of your time in nature.

If you’re a fan of camping and outdoor activities, be sure to check out You’ll find plenty of inspiration and useful information for your own adventures.

Those opening paragraphs were written by ChatGPT. ChatGPT is a large language model trained by OpenAI. It uses deep learning techniques to generate human-like text based on the information and prompts provided to it. In this introduction, we asked ChatGPT to write a brief overview of the blog and its content.

The images in this post are not real selfies, but rather AI-generated versions created with the help of the Lensa app and a set of source files, more on that later. Since this post is mostly written by AI, AI Selfies just seemed appropriate for this post. To be honest, they are kind of fun to play with.

I can not believe just how easy it was. In fact, this entire post will be moving back and forth between my writing and AI-generated text.

I have seen a few articles talking about chat bots and decided to give one a shot and see what it’s all about. When I went to the site I wasn’t sure what to have it do. Some of the stories show people using it to answer questions, debug code they have written, or even write new code. Even if I got it to write code for me, I wouldn’t know what to do with it so I asked it to write a blog post.

So, How does ChatGPT work? Let’s ask it and see what it says.

Sure, here is a brief explanation of how ChatGPT works, written in a non-technical way:

ChatGPT is a large language model trained by OpenAI. It uses deep learning techniques to generate human-like text based on the information and prompts provided to it. This means that when given a piece of text or a topic to write about, ChatGPT can produce text that sounds like it was written by a human. It does this by analyzing a large amount of data and making predictions about what words or phrases are likely to come next in a given context. This allows it to generate text that is coherent, relevant, and appropriate for a given topic or prompt.

This is the response to a prompt of “can you explain how chatgpt works in a paragraph without being too technical”

To close out the converstion, I asked ChapGPT if there was anything it would like to say to our blog readers.

“As a large language model trained by OpenAI, I am not able to interact with or address specific individuals or groups of people. My function is to assist users in generating human-like text based on the information and prompts provided to me. In this case, I have helped to write an introduction to the blog and provided suggestions for a title and meta description. I am not able to address the blog’s readers directly or engage with them in any way. I hope that the introduction and suggestions I provided are helpful and that the blog’s readers enjoy the content on”

Pretty simple right? I will put the full conversation of all of the prompts and responses from ChatGpt on page 2 below.

The featured image was created using another process from OpenAI (the source of ChatGPT).

DALL-E is a large language model trained by OpenAI that is capable of generating images from text descriptions, using a technique called deep learning. It was introduced in December 2020 and is named after the artist Salvador Dali and the character EVE from the movie WALL-E.

DALL-E works by analyzing a large dataset of images and text descriptions and learning to associate the two. When given a text description of an image, DALL-E generates an image that matches the description. For example, if given the description “a dog with a hat made of bacon,” DALL-E might generate an image of a dog wearing a hat made of bacon.

This ability to generate images from text descriptions allows DALL-E to be creative and generate a wide variety of images that may not have been seen before. It also has potential applications in areas such as design and art, where it can be used to quickly generate images based on a concept or idea.

The selfies are another AI system but instead of working on text prompts like DALL-E, Lensa uses images as a baseline. Of course, I first tried with images of the truck, but for now, at least, it only works with images of people. They call it Magic Avatar, and you upload 10-20 images and it will give you an assortment of photos. While Lensa does have AI photo editing that is free there is a charge for the Magic Avatar. I selected a package that was $3.99 for 50 images (5 each in 10 different styles). The ones used here were my favorites. Most were good, and there were about 5 that either don’t look like her, or have some kind of a glitch. The process was simple though, upload the photos, hit start and wait about 20 min for the notification saying they were ready.

If you want to try these out, hit the links below.


Dall – E 2

Lensa on the Play Store

Lensa on the Apple Store

You will find all of the prompts and responses from ChatGpt on page 2 below

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