Coming Soon: CORE-GPT (Question Answering Using GPT-3 and the CORE Corpus of Open Access Articles)
From a CORE Blog Post:
Today we’re excited to unveil a project we’ve been working on here called CORE-GPT. The CORE-GPT application is a step change in academic question answering. Simply ask a question, in a perfectly natural way, this is then parsed using GPT-3 (and soon 4!). Our key development is that the provided answer is not just drawn from the model itself, as is done with ChatGPT and others, but is based on, and backed by, CORE’s vast corpus of 34 million open access scientific articles.
The answers provided by CORE-GPT are accompanied by citations to the scientific articles on which the answer is based. Links to the PDF version of these papers are also given so the reader or researcher can then quickly refer to these and also find other relevant articles.
We’re really excited by these latest developments and we are currently working on effectively scaling CORE-GPT so we can bring it to our 20 million monthly users very soon.
Note: Tools including scite.ai and Consensus offer similar services using academic journal articles and papers.
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