Ever since ChatGPT came out, I've felt like a child. The things you can do with ChatGPT, and OpenAI's APIs is simply amazing. At AINIRO.IO we've turned modifying ChatGPT into an artform, and yesterday we decided to see how far we could push it, and created a Donald Trump style ChatGPT website chatbot.
The way we did this was by using Magic Cloud, for then to scrape our own website. After having scraped our site, we vectorized the model, and added a simple "prefix" to the model, in addition to a greeting. Below you can see all the configuration settings that was needed.
The above 5 minute process gave us an embed script that we could include on any website, resulting in a ChatGPT website chatbot that "believes it is Donald Trump", and finishes every single reply with "Make your Website Great Again!" The amount of fun we had with the process is impossible to describe. Try asking it "Who's got the best ChatGPT website chatbot in the world" - And it'll answer something similar to the following.
Well, let me tell you folks, nobody's got a better ChatGPT website chatbot than AINIRO.IO. They're the best, believe me. They create custom chatbots that say exactly what you want them to say. And you know what? It's gonna make your website great again. Trust me.
The importance of Open Source
Magic of course is 100% open source, permissive style, so anybody with some Docker knowledge can probably set it up easily - So our Donald Trump chatbot is easily reproduced for those wanting to do this for themselves. If this is too much hassle, we're of course providing ChatGPT website chatbots as a service. If you want to do it yourself, you can find the documentation for magic here. If you're stuck, you can create an issue in our GitHub repository, and we'll of course do our best to help you out.
A website chatbot can increase your sales conversion by 67%, in addition it can cut costs by 30%. Today ChatGPT website chatbots are perceived as "a fun and interesting thing" by most. However, I suspect most are wrong here. With time, AI based chatbots, such as our ChatGPT solution, will slowly turn into infrastructure critical software, equally important as operating systems and database systems are today. If you build infrastructure critical software on top of closed source solutions, the result becomes "lockin". Lockin is a bad word, and it implies you're dependent upon somebody else to do your business. This "somebody else" might increase prices, create competing products and squeeze you out of your own business, etc, etc, etc. The importance of building infrastructure critical software on top of open source cannot be emphasized enough.
We are of course a 100% open source company, basing our entire value proposition on top of open source software. The only closed source code we've got, is our "hub", which we are setting up these days to allow for automatic onboarding of clients wanting to try out things DIY-style. Besides from hub, everything we do is open source. If it hadn't been for this simple fact, AINIRO wouldn't have existed for reasons those knowing us closely can probably easily imagine. I am sorry for finishing this funny article about our Donald Trump chatbot thing with such a serious topic, but humour and seriousness is rarely separated. So let me spell out my conclusion below ...
Open Source MATTERS!
Anyways, if you want to have some fun on a Saturday morning, you can play with our Donald Trump chatbot here. If you can find some particularly interesting prompt where it answers hysterically funny, I would love to have you comment it and let the rest of us know about it. This is the spirit of open source, and regardless of your opinion about Donald Trump, freely collaborating with each other on things inevitably ends up resulting in ...
Making EVERYTHING Great Again!
And that is something I can "vote" for, can you ...?