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History Chapter Summarizer

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Tried to summarize a chapter on history and felt that your summarizer didn't do enough justice to the historical content? Here is a prompt which can help you to summarize a text dealing with some history related content, retaining the dates and events and still conveying the essence of the bigger text. What is more, you can customize it to choose the key points to be retained.
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Prompt Details

Model
Chat - GPT-3.5 (gpt-3.5-turbo)
Token size
70 ($0.00010 / call)
Example input
Key points: Names of people, countries, cities Time: Any date or time period. Event: Print Revolution Number of sentences: Six
Example output
Johann Gutenberg, born into a merchant family, drew inspiration from presses he saw growing up. After mastering various crafts, he revolutionized printing by adapting an olive press into the first printing press and using lead molds for metal types. By 1448, he perfected this system, printing around 180 Bibles in three years, a swift feat for that era. Initially, printed books closely resembled handwritten manuscripts, adorned with hand-painted illustrations and ornamental styles. Over the next century, printing presses spread across Europe, leading to a surge in book production, reaching 20 million copies by the late 15th century and soaring to 200 million by the 16th century. This transition from manual to mechanical printing marked the print revolution, with Gutenberg's movable type printing machine becoming the foundation of print technology for the next 300 years, significantly increasing book production speed.
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