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You.com And Perplexity.ai - The AI Powered Search Engines With Citation Capability


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Since we do a lot of research here, this a new AI powered search engine with some quite interesting ChatGPT-like capabilities.

 

These actually answer text questions with many relevant internet links cited in the results.

 

Very good for quickly finding relevant internet sources for specific research subjects.

 

(As always, use a VPN with this for better privacy)

 

https://you.com/

 

Another good alternative is Perplexity:

 

https://www.perplexity.ai/

 

If you switch on co-pilot at the top right your question is answered by the beefier ChatGPT-4.

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3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

Then I asked - Is Daily Expose website truthful - and this is the answer -

 

 

Screenshot_20230531-063358_Samsung Internet.jpg

 

So it seems OK.

 

 

 

 

These AIs are crippled by moderation bots.

 

If you ask questions about certain things the mod bot FORCES a PRE-WRITTEN reply.

 

Still useful for finding Internet URLs though.

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3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

Then I asked - Is Daily Expose website truthful - and this is the answer -

 

 

Screenshot_20230531-063358_Samsung Internet.jpg

 

So it seems OK.

 

 

 

 

Just to clarify:

 

1) Ask the AIs to "find all websites where X is discussed"

 

2) Ignore its "value judgements"

 

3) Make use of the URL links it finds yourself

 

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  • 4 weeks later...

I'm on ChatGPT now.

 

I'm using it to translate a 15th Century Latin manuscript into English.

 

Its working well, I had previously been using Google translate but cutting and pasting, correcting errors and tidying the text to get an accurate response is time consuming and I'm not really sure if I'm getting it right every time - sometimes the 'F's' can be 'S' and render a completely different translation and copying from PDF's isn't great so character errors are introduced.

 

I have to smooth out the character errors in the text first but the AI seems to translate the text ok from there on in.

 

I had originally got a few chapters in on Google translate, I'll do the same with AI and compare the results but so far its looking good.

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