Hi Christoph, I have met you a few times. I didn’t realise you was behind this. Ive met you at the Igb affiliate conferences. As I use your LRT - Link Research Tools. A member of my staff even came over to your offices to be trained up on it and become certified. I recognise that orange jacket anywhere lol. It’s a small world. Thanks for making AIPRM much appreciated.
AIPRM is an extension to your browser, which is in turn a device centred entirely around access to the web… What exactly are you meaning and trying to do, @Mecta_Mecta ?
If you mean something that can make ChatGPT access the web, you can’t. That’s just one of the most basic safety limitations on ChatGPT is that it is not connected to the web, unable to connect to other databases, and so forth.
You can access the web with some other software and copy paste the content of a file into ChatGPT’s prompt, either by hand, or automatically, but there is no way to make ChatGPT itself connect to any file. It literally doesn’t have that capability built into it. In fact, they expressly built it to not have that possibility so that the data it is all built on, it’s mind, for want of a better term, couldn’t be corrupted by feeding it masses of bad data (which happened to earlier AI bots).
You know in some movies where the protagonists can’t hack some computer without getting to it physically because it is air-gapped, not connected to the outer networks and the web? Well, that’s how the principle works with ChatGPT as well. To make it secure, it can only communicate in and out via the prompt system, (or the API which is basically an extension to the prompt system).