I built an open source website that lets you upload large files, such as long ebooks or academic papers, and ask ChatGPT questions about your specific knowledge base. So far, I've tested it with long e-books like the Odyssey and random research PDFs, and I'm shocked at how incisive it is

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  • vault-ai

    OP Vault ChatGPT: Give ChatGPT long-term memory using the OP Stack (OpenAI + Pinecone Vector Database). Upload your own custom knowledge base files (PDF, txt, epub, etc) using a simple React frontend.

    Yes, this use-case is a perfect fit actually – This deals very well with any type of manual with lots of human readable text (as opposed to charts or code). It is also better at answering more specific questions, so the example you gave regarding diagnosing engine issues is a really good match for what this is capable of. If you want to try it out you can check out the deployed version of the code here: https://vault.pash.city

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  • localGPT

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

    This is great. If you want to run everything locally without sending your data to openai, check this repo out: https://github.com/PromtEngineer/localGPT

  • vault-ai-windows

    OP Vault ChatGPT: Give ChatGPT long-term memory using the OP Stack (OpenAI + Pinecone Vector Database). Upload your own custom knowledge base files (PDF, txt, etc) using a simple React frontend.

    An open source contributor added a branch specifically for running this locally on Windows. You can find it here: https://github.com/dan-dean/vault-ai-windows

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