We love Open Source! Our entire platform is open source, and our AI chatbot technology is also open source. In addition we're contributing to lots of other open source projects, such as the SQLite VSS project. We do this because we believe open source is a crucial component to allow entrepreneurs to innovate incrementally on top of each other without gate keepers preventing competition.
It is therefor with great satisfaction we hereby announce that we might sponsor your Open Source project with your own custom AI chatbot built on top of ChatGPT and our AI chatbot technology. To show you an example of how this might look like, consider the following chatbot we've created for CouchBase.
AI based code generators
The point about such a chatbot is that if you've got good documentation, with code examples, your users can phrase questions using natural language, and have the AI chatbot generate code that solves their problems. This becomes an "interactive learning environment" where users of your open source library can easily teach themselves your open source framework or library by phrasing natural questions to your chatbot.
This is particularly useful for libraries and frameworks. If you've created a plugin to Angular or React for instance, and you want a free chatbot for your project, you can contact use here, and we'll assess your request and maybe sponsor your project with a free "tutoring AI-based chatbot" allowing your users to ask questions about your library the same way they're using ChatGPT to generate code for them in more popular languages and frameworks.
Quid pro Quo
The only thing we'll ask of you, is to provide a backlink to our site on your page as follows;
If you're willing to do that, and you don't have too much traffic and questions being asked, we'd love to sponsor your library or framework with a free AI chatbot allowing your users to learn your framework or library in an interactive environment, where they can phrase questions using natural language.
Notice, your project must have a dedicated website/domain/sub-domain. We can currently only scrape entire domains, and not sub folders on domains - And you must have good formal documentation for your library. If you've got a GitHub website for your project, with example code illustrating usage of your library/framework, this shouldn't be too much of a problem. Also realise that this is a cost to us, so if you've got more than 100 questions asked every single day, we might have to "cap" requests towards the chatbot. We'd be paying for your OpenAI tokens, and we're a small startup ourselves, without VC funding or big money, so we have to be careful with how we spend our money. To understand the value you can try out our CouchBase chatbot below.