Good morning dear readers of Tecnogalaxy, today we will talk about Quora who created his Chatbot.

Quora’s Q&A platform has opened public access to its new AI chatbot app, Poe, which allows users to ask questions and get answers from a variety of AI chatbots, including those from the manufacturer of ChatGPT, OpenAI, and other companies like Anthropic. In addition to allowing users to experiment with new artificial intelligence technologies, Poe’s content will eventually help evolve Quora itself, the company says.

Quora first announced the Poe mobile app in December, but at the time an invitation was needed to try it out. With the public launch, anyone can now use the Poe app. For now it is only available to iOS users, but Quora says the service will arrive on other platforms in a few months.

In an announcement, the company explained that it had decided to launch Poe as a stand-alone product independent of Quora itself due to the speed with which AI developments and changes are taking place. However, there will be some connections between the Q&A site and Poe. If and when Poe’s content meets a sufficiently high quality standard, it will be distributed on the Quora site itself, where it has the ability to reach 400 million monthly visitors to Quora, the company noted.

To use Poe, which stands for “Platform for Open Exploration”, iOS users will need to create a verified account with both a phone number and an email address.

Inaccuracies offered by AI such as ChatGPT have raised doubts that these technologies are ready for the public. Recently ChatGPT has demonstrated various problems with the written math exercises. Quora, however, sees the potential of Poe in helping AI developers make their models more useful to the audience by offering an easy-to-use chat interface, something that is not always the focus of the companies that build artificial intelligence models.

“Most people and even most of the companies that are able to train or develop these models are not suited to create these interfaces,” explained Quora’s blog post, written by Quora CEO Adam D’Angelo. “This is especially true in the paradigm of back and forth dialogue that has become a standard for answering questions and other uses of large language models like ChatGPT, but we expect it to become useful for other modes as well. We hope that Poe can fill this gap and significantly reduce the amount of work needed by any AI developer to reach a wide audience of users”.

“We anticipate a large number of models available in the near future. Different models optimized for different tasks will represent points of view and have access to various knowledge “, said D’Angelo in a Twitter thread announcing the public launch of Poe.

In addition to providing an easy way to ask questions of AI robots, Poe includes some components. The app lets you create a profile and follow others. Users can publish the output of the model on their profiles, if they wish, making it accessible to their followers. The best examples will also be distributed to all Poe users through the app feed, where others can like or republish the chatbot question and answer session. You can move around the feed similar to how you navigate stories in other social apps, tapping on the side of the screen to advance or go back to the previous post.

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