Groupthink is the place for your entire team to chat with a GPT-powered AI that reads the internet to provide personalized responses. Invite your friends and family, collaborate on projects, and make use of Groups and Threads to organize conversations.
Welcome new (and returning) users! For those who may be seeing this email for the first time, we are the founders of Groupthink and we send this daily email with our progress.
Today we shipped an update to Groupthink chat that allows VI to utilize the full power of GPT-4, OpenAI’s latest AI language model.
You’ll likely not see an enormous difference from yesterday. GPT-4 is especially good at nuanced reasoning and refined responses, and is going to allow us to continue to refine how we answer the difficult questions.
ChatGPT is an amazing product, but is limited by the fact that the data used to train it is well over a year old. Groupthink is able to read the internet as it exists today, and can answer questions based on research found by searching the web.
Chuck Reynolds runs Product Marketing at Wikimedia Enterprise (and is a Groupthink investor!), and asked ChatGPT if Wikimedia Enterprise offers a free tier of their products (they offer a free trial). ChatGPT answered incorrectly:
I asked the same question in Groupthink, which responded with the exact right answer and added some nuance around what’s available for free elsewhere:
Groupthink accomplished this by taking my question, searching the web, and reading multiple different websites (including the Wikimedia Enterprise website and help center) before answering the question. Groupthink even told me the exact sites it considered to craft its answer!
We’re continuing to iterate on Groupthink’s ability to intelligently respond to queries from an individual and from groups, and are excited to fold this into our upcoming product offering around making meetings more productive.