Friday, March 8, 2024

Goblin Tools

Working with teens and young adults and interested in showing them how to use an AI tool that helps them be more independent? As this free (and committed to remaining free) site proclaims, "goblin.tools is a collection of small, simple, single-task tools, mostly designed to help neurodivergent people with tasks they find overwhelming or difficult." The site is powered by generative AI, specifically OpenAI's large language models, which basically means it can understand and produce prompts written in natural language. It currently features:

Magic To-Do: enter a task and tap the magic wand to have it broken down into smaller, manageable steps, along with the option to estimate time for each step and the task as a whole.

Formalizer: enter casual language to get a suggestion of more formal language (or a wide variety of "tones" in a drop down) e.g. for writing an email.

Judge: receive feedback on the tone of inputted text

Estimator: stand-alone tool providing estimate of time for a task

Compiler: "compile my brain dump into a list of tasks"

Chef: 

Here's an example of a task I put into the Magic To-Do (please don't ask why I have to do this task):


I hope you find this tool useful for your students, clients, maybe associates, partners or spouses, or yourself!

2 comments:

  1. Goblin Tools: Ingenious creations born of mischief and cunning. Crafted from scraps and secrets, they possess a quirky charm and unpredictable functionality. Each tool harbors a mischievous spirit, whispering mischief to its wielder. With a dash of goblin ingenuity, they turn chaos into opportunity, leaving a trail of laughter and mayhem.
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  2. I am not a fan of AI but this is quite useful!

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