Chatbase is an AI chatbot builder that uses GPT-3.5 Turbo by default, with an option to use GPT-4. It allows users to create custom chatbots by uploading documents, pasting text, or linking a website to be scraped. The created chatbot can be embedded on a website or interacted with through an API
Secure Data Storage.
Limited Free Plan,
Pricier GPT-4 Usage
Specific Data Per Chatbot
Users can customize their chatbot’s base prompt, name, and personality traits. The chatbot can handle instructions, such as answering questions only in a specific language. Data is stored on secure GCP/AWS servers. By default, the chatbot is private, but it can be made public. The chatbot supports about 95 languages and can be shared once it’s made public1.
API Availability: Yes
Three specific Application Areas: General (customer service, information provision, etc.), E-commerce, Education.
The Company/Developer: Chatbase was founded by Ofer Ronen and Zewen Liang in September 2016. It was built within Google’s internal incubator called Area 12023.
The AI Model Used: GPT-3.5 Turbo by default with the option to use GPT-4 on Standard and Unlimited plans1.
Pricing Model: Free tier available. Subscription tiers include Hobby ($19/month), Growth ($49/month), Standard ($99/month), and Unlimited ($399/month). Pricing depends on the number of chatbots, characters per chatbot, and message credits4.
Release Date: Founded in 2016, but specific product release dates are unconfirmed2.
Type of AI: The specific AI model used is GPT-3.5 Turbo or GPT-4, but the type of AI (e.g., deep learning, reinforcement learning) is not explicitly mentioned on the website or available documentation.
Please note that while the tool provides a robust and flexible solution for building AI chatbots, the cost associated with higher plan tiers, and the usage of GPT-4, could be a potential hurdle for smaller businesses or individual users. Also, each chatbot is tied to specific data, which might limit its versatility in handling diverse topics.