ChatGPT is finding a new role as a helpful sidekick for parents of all ages. With its ability to brainstorm, research, and answer questions in a conversational way, ChatGPT can be a valuable tool for stressed-out parents.
One of the most popular ways to use ChatGPT is to plan children’s parties. For example, a parent could prompt ChatGPT to plan an 8-year-old’s mermaid-themed birthday party. ChatGPT would then generate a list of ideas for drinks, snacks, activities, and decorations, all tailored to the specific theme.
ChatGPT can also help parents with everyday tasks like creating chore charts. For example, a parent could prompt ChatGPT to create a chore chart for a group of young siblings, with tasks that are appropriate for each age group. For example, a 7-year-old might be assigned to pick up toys, while a 13-year-old might be assigned to vacuum the living room.
ChatGPT can even answer age-old questions that kids ask their parents, such as “Why is the sky blue?” ChatGPT will generate an answer that is appropriate for the child’s age and level of understanding.
Some parents are even using ChatGPT to navigate bigger milestones in their children’s lives, such as “the talk” with young teens or drafting a toast for their child’s wedding.
The sources for this piece include an article in Axios.