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  1. ChatGPT Variants: We offer GPT 3.5 Turbo and GPT 4.x Turbo. These general-purpose AI models can answer a wide range of questions.
  2. Specialized AIs: We also use Anthropic Claude-2, Jurrasic can also be used for queries.

Limitations of ChatGPT:

  • ChatGPT might not always provide precise answers because it covers a broad range of topics.
  • It might sometimes produce irrelevant or imaginative ('hallucinate') responses.
  • Uploading your content to ChatGPT can help, but it doesn't guarantee accurate knowledge about your specific content.

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  • Our AI Search Assistant is specially trained in specific content areas.
  • While it can still produce creative responses, it's better at staying on topic compared to general AI models.
  • This means you're more likely to get the relevant answers you need. 

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Keyword and conversational searching represent two different approaches to retrieving information, typically from search engines or databases. Here's a comparison of the two:

Keyword Searching
  1. Definition: Involves using specific words or phrases, known as keywords, to find information. This method relies on the user's ability to identify and input relevant keywords that match the content in the database or search engine.
  2. Precision: Generally more precise, as it directly matches the keywords in the search query with the content.
  3. User Input: Requires users to think of and input exact or closely related words or phrases relevant to their search topic.
  4. Results: Can return very specific results but might miss relevant information if the exact keywords aren't used.
  5. Flexibility: Less flexible in interpreting the user’s intent if the keywords are not accurately chosen.
  6. Examples: Most traditional search engines like Google, academic databases, and library catalogs.
Conversational Searching
  1. Definition: Resembles natural language conversation, where the user asks questions or makes statements in full sentences, much like talking to another person.
  2. Context Understanding: More advanced in understanding the context or intent behind a search query, often using AI and natural language processing.
  3. User Input: Users can ask questions or input queries in a more natural, conversational way, without needing to identify specific keywords.
  4. Results: Can provide more varied results and is often better at interpreting the user's intent, but might sometimes include less precise matches.
  5. Flexibility: More flexible in understanding varied query formulations and colloquial language.
  6. Examples: Voice assistants like Siri and Alexa, chatbots, and some modern search engines with conversational AI capabilities.

In summary, keyword searching is more about precision and matching specific terms, while conversational searching focuses on understanding natural language and the user's intent, often through AI-driven interpretation.

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