LabiiGPT is an artificial intelligence assistant that provides researchers with assistance when they are using the Labii research platform. It is designed to provide users with an easy-to-use interface to ask questions, access protocol details, and gain research insights.
LabiiGPT is based on the GPT-3 architecture, a state-of-the-art language model that is trained on a large corpus of scientific literature. This means that LabiiGPT can understand and respond to natural language queries related to a wide range of scientific topics.
LabiiGPT provides researchers with an invaluable tool that can help streamline their research process and increase their productivity. By leveraging the power of AI, LabiiGPT can help researchers stay on top of their research goals and make more informed decisions about their research.
- LabiiGPT - LabiiGPT is a question answering (QA) model that has been specifically trained on Labii's documentation to provide users with answers on how to use Labii. LabiiGPT is a free resource that is available to anyone with a Labii account.
- ProtocolGPT - ProtocolGPT is an AI-powered tool that has been specifically designed to guide users in the creation of biology protocols. ProtocolGPT has been trained on a vast database of biology protocols, enabling it to understand the structure and content of a wide range of experimental procedures.
- InsightGPT - InsightGPT is an AI-powered tool that has been trained based on your research data, enabling it to provide valuable insights and answers related to your specific research area. Please note that InsightGPT is a paid model and will require a purchase to access. Additionally, it is important to know that we will only use your data to train the model once you have purchased the plan.
The conversation list interface is a feature of the LabiiGPT that displays all the conversations that a user has had with the AI assistant. When a user clicks on the LabiiGPT button or changes the model, the conversation list for that specific model will be displayed.
The conversation list page provides an overview of all the past interactions that a user has had with LabiiGPT. Each conversation is represented by a list item that contains the date and time of the conversation, as well as a brief summary of the conversation's topic or subject.
By clicking on a specific conversation item in the list, the user can access the full conversation history with LabiiGPT for that particular topic. This allows the user to review past discussions, reference previous insights or information provided by LabiiGPT, and continue the conversation where it left off.
The conversation list interface is a useful tool for researchers who need to keep track of their interactions with LabiiGPT across multiple topics. By providing easy access to past conversations, it can help users stay organized, save time, and make more informed decisions based on previous interactions with the AI assistant.
The conversation detail page displays all questions related to the conversation topic. The conversation detail page can be opened when a new conversation is created or when a conversation is clicked.
The conversation detail interface displays all questions related to a particular conversation topic. It can be opened when a new conversation is created or when a previous conversation is clicked.
Each question and response will be displayed in a separate thread, with the most recent message displayed at the bottom of the page.
The conversation detail interface page can be useful for researchers who need to review past conversations, reference previous insights or information provided by LabiiGPT, and continue the conversation where it left off. It can also help researchers to identify areas where they need further clarification or research, and to identify trends or patterns in their research questions and topics.
To access LabiiGPT, click on the LabiiGPT button located in the side menu. This will bring up a list of previous conversations that have taken place with the AI assistant.
To initiate a new conversation, enter your questions into the chat box and press the enter key. This will take you to the conversation detail interface, where you will be able to view your questions, LabiiGPT's responses, and any relevant citations.
When using the conversation detail interface, you can enter follow-up questions into the chat box to continue the conversation. LabiiGPT will provide answers based on the current question as well as any previous prompts that have been given.
By default, the name of the conversation is the same as the first question asked. However, you can modify the conversation name using either of the following two methods:
- 1.Click on the Edit icon next to a conversation in the conversation list interface.
- 2.Click on the Edit button next to the conversation name in the conversation detail interface.
Deleting a conversation will remove all the questions asked in that conversation. To delete a conversation, click on the Delete icon next to the conversation in the conversation list interface.
To end a conversation, click on the "End Conversation" button at the conversation detail interface. Once clicked, you will be directed to the conversation list interface.
If you are not satisfied with the answers provided, you can edit the question to update the prompt. After updating the question, click on "Regenerate Response" to generate new answers. To edit a question, click on the Edit icon next to the question.
To delete a question, click on the Delete icon next to the question in the conversation detail interface.
Citations are displayed under the answers and provide source links for more detailed information. To view more information about an answer, simply click on the link provided in the citations. If no citations are available, this section will not be displayed.
To copy an answer to your clipboard, click on the "Copy Answer" button located at the bottom of the question.
If you have changed the question, you can update the answers by clicking on the "Regenerate Response" button. Please note that this function is only available for the most recent question asked.
To return to the side menu, click on the "Side Menu" button.