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Quora Launches Poe, A Way To Talk To ChatGPT And Other AI Chatbots

Quora launched Poe, a platform that stands for Platform for Open Exploration and lets users engage with AI chatbots like ChatGPT. The platform is invite-only and works for iOS devices for now.

“We have learned a lot about building consumer internet products over the last 12 years building and operating Quora. And we are specifically experienced in serving people who are looking for knowledge. We believe much of what we’ve learned can be applied to this new domain where people are interfacing with large language models,” a spokesperson for the company said.

Poe works like a text messaging app but the AI models are on the other end. It gives users a nudge to select conversation topics like writing help, cooking, problem solving, nature, and more. At launch, it only has access to so much models but Quora has plans to open support for others in the future.

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“We think this will be a fun way for people to interact with and explore different language models. Poe is designed to be the best way for someone to get an instant answer to any question they have, using natural conversation. There is an incredible amount of research and development going into advancing the capabilities of these models, but in order to bring all that value to people around the world, there is a need for good interfaces that are easy to use. We hope we can provide that interface so that as all of this development happens over the years ahead, everyone around the world can share as much as possible in the benefits,” Quora’s spokesperson further explained.

This way, the social question-and-answer website is able to avoid the legal and ethical problems that come with creating its own AI model from scratch. It even went ahead to clarity that the Poe feature is not part of Quora but an independent, separate project.

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