Citations not Working
# 🤝help
l
I use 3 different websites with information about sleep, they are all in the KB "Sleep Related". When the bot gives me an answer instead of showing what is the correct source, it only shows this "static" source wich makes no sense... What can be the reason for that?

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/1130907789611503706/1130907789796048967/image.png

r
can you disable the static source to make sure? it works fine my side with websites, maybe it is really sourcing all from static?
l
Thanks Sly, It worked for this specific case, but check this one: As you can see in the answer, it shows that the information about Creatine (1) was found on the static kb, but I have zero information about Creatine on any of my knowledge bases

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/1130907789611503706/1130913595878805604/image.png

I have AI Tasks that gives the answer based on web search, and the information provided about Creatine was correct, but I should be able know what source it used, right?
r
Yes you're right. It does seem to me like the creatine part was an hallucination. You can see it's lacking sources for those sentences about creatine.. I'm not sure there is an easy solution to this yet, except for changing the description of the KB to mention very loud and clear that it should not under any circumstance provide answers that it didn't source from a KB ?
Or maybe it did source it from a web search and the citation failed for those sentences about creatine?
l
Probably it did source it from a web search (as it should) but it fails to provide me the source. Concerning the bot's performance, it doesn't interfere at all, but it's relevant information that I don't have access to.
r
right. sorry I don't have an easy solution to that! sometimes it's not perfect but models are getting smarter and smarter so hopefully soon the answers will also improve
l
Thanks for the support Sly, that helped!