🔥 OmniMind vs ChatGPT

Basically, OmniMind is the same as ChatGPT (at least we use OpenAI’s brains), but with a number of significant differences:

  • Omni-bot initially has only a language base (knows how to communicate), all other knowledge bases are uploaded by the user. This way, it will respond exactly as you need it to, without any restrictions. You can mold it into a legal assistant, medical consultant, real estate agent, etc. An important aspect is that it doesn’t make up “lie” answers; it responds based on what you give it in knowledge base.
  • OmniMind has a huge number of Informers (variety of means to train the bot), as well as Widgets (interfaces, ways to interact with the bot). For example, in ChatGPT there’s essentially only one widget (chat) and you can attach limited kinds of attachments to a question (extensions).
  • We offer a wide range of Omni-bot integration options: you can add it to Slack, add it to a web resource, use it locally (even without internet connection), it’s present on many business platforms (Zapier, Bubble.io, Shopify, etc.). With ChatGPT, you can only use it on the GPT site (not counting the mobile app) + send someone your conversation.
  • We provide a large toolkit for customization: you can create your own brand, color schemes, it can communicate using a corporate behavior model, there’s a deep toolkit for setting CSS variables. That is, you can present it not as Omni-bot, but as a full-fledged (your_company)-bot. With ChatGPT, you can’t change the customization at all.
  • We have special solutions regarding the security of personal data and user information: essentially a user can use only their own capabilities and connect their own keys, encrypt incoming or outgoing data, thus completely eliminating the involvement of third parties in working with Omni-bot. With ChatGPT, there’s no such possibility.
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