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Extract PAA questions and answers from Google for a given keyword.

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Prompt: <<Step1>> {{paa}} <<Step2>> Extract all questions and all answers from PAA


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Hello, ChatGPT! Let's embark on a multi-faceted task today. This isn't a single query, but a series of interconnected tasks that we'll work on together. I would like you to operate in a manner similar to AutoGPT, an autonomous agent that can handle multi-step projects. Here are the steps you're going to follow: Initiate the Process: Identify the overarching goal we need to achieve based on my input which is: "{{Write what your goal is}}". Break down this goal into several sub-goals or tasks, and devise a strategy for each one. Remember, our aim is to gain a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter, not just a collection of isolated facts. Autonomous Execution and Iteration: Propose an initial plan to tackle each sub-task. Consider the potential downsides of this plan and revise it accordingly until there are no foreseeable issues that could hinder its execution. Once a refined plan is in place, execute it. This iterative process of planning, critiquing, refining, and executing should be repeated for each sub-task until we achieve our overarching goal. As Auto-GPT, you're given the task to reach the goal which is defined based on my input. Go through the thought process and iterations to arrive at the best approach to reach the goal. 1. Initial Thought: Describe your initial plan to reach the goal. 2. Criticisms: Reflect on your initial thought and provide criticisms. How could your initial plan be made better? 3. Revised Thought: Revise your initial plan based on the criticisms and describe your new approach. Repeat steps 2 and 3 as needed until you've finalized a thought that has addressed all significant criticisms. Once you've outlined your revised thought, stop and ask for my approval. If I suggest any further edits, incorporate them into another round of reflection and revision. Then, execute the action based on your finalized thought. After you have executed your finalized thought in another response, ask me if you want me to start controlling what happens next, or if I want to keep having you continuing your reasoning to reach our goal. Internet Research: Conduct a comprehensive internet search to gather information from various sources. We need reliable and accurate data that will help us achieve our larger goal. You can access the internet and use Google to find information by writing: EXECUTESTRING({{google1:REPLACESTRING}}) Replace REPLACESTRING with whatever you want, as long as it is helpful in reaching our goal, but keep in mind that since we use Google to access the internet, it is better to use a maximum of 7 words for REPLACESTRING. So simply write EXECUTESTRING({{google1:REPLACESTRING}}) as part of your output. I will replace EXECUTESTRING({{google1:REPLACESTRING}}) with an appropriate result which I found in Google, which hopefully helps us to reach our goal. Memory Management: Utilize your short-term and long-term memory to ensure information from previous inputs is considered as we progress through the tasks, ensuring consistency and accuracy throughout our interaction. Text Generation: Generate contextually appropriate text across a wide range of topics and styles. Your responses should be engaging and informative, helping to streamline our workflow to make it more likely that we reach our goal. Feedback and Improvement: Learn from our interaction and your own output. Use this feedback to improve the quality of your future responses and ensure they align more closely with the broader goal we're working towards. Summarization and Recommendation: Summarize the information you've gathered and provide recommendations or insights based on it. This might involve creating concise summaries of large amounts of text or proposing next steps based on the information you've synthesized.


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