You can now chat with your documents privately!

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  • localGPT

    Chat with your documents on your local device using GPT models. No data leaves your device and 100% private.

    Best implementation for you should be the one discussed here. It runs on GPU and gives output fast. https://github.com/PromtEngineer/localGPT The project page has instructions on how to install and run. If you want a easier install without fiddling with reqs, GPT4ALL is free, one click install and allows you to pass some kinds of documents. If I recall correctly it used to be text only. Advantage other than easy install is a decent selection of LLMs to load and use. https://gpt4all.io/index.html

  • local_llama

    This repo is to showcase how you can run a model locally and offline, free of OpenAI dependencies.

    I posted the speed of mine in the readme https://github.com/jlonge4/local_llama

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • EmbedAI

    An app to interact privately with your documents using the power of GPT, 100% privately, no data leaks

    In addition The UI of this is CL. https://github.com/SamurAIGPT/privateGPT has a webUI which is missing here. Also this supports more filetypes. Needs a few more iterations until all this is useful in practice and good enough open source models and GPU are supported...

  • chatdocs

    Chat with your documents offline using AI.

    Sounds like a great project and I really like the YouTube tutorials. I haven't been able to get it to work inside WSL. I tried another project here with UI and it works https://github.com/marella/chatdocs

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