Possible to train it to help me write better Twitt...
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Intention: Train bot on what makes great Twitter content (style, structure, tone) + link to examples of viral tweets. Then to ALSO train it on my specific topic areas and feed it with past content to help me write new content. Tried: I have 2 knowledge bases 1) a bunch of text data on How to write a great twitter thread (text format) then I link out to a bunch of great thread examples that I prompt it to analyze for structure, style and tone) 2. Another knowledge base with a bunch of my past blog posts, newsletters and content that it can use to come up with topics and write the content Issues: 1) It doesnt seem to write great tweets, not following any of the examples i linked out to. 2) It doesnt stick to my topic area, it uses topics from the examples I provided in the how to "knowledgebase" Ive included text boxes at the top of each knowledge base outlining the intentions. Am I going about this all wrong? Thanks for the help
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Youtube AI Simp and botpress. You can use langchain to a bunch of cool stuff
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Awesome, this?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7p3foNlykJc

m
that is the one, he has more, but that is where you want to start
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Excellent. Thanks!
@microscopic-shampoo-2255 I watched a few videos. Question, doesnt botpress already do what langchain/flowise do? It feels redundant no?
m
In a basic sense, bot press can do a lot. Some integrations and larger usecases I found use in using both so I can call different system messages for the same type of data set.
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Got it. So it sounds like Flowise is a bit more sophisticated in terms of what you can do with knowledge bases. For example, I want my bot search twitter for answers but filter it to only search tweets of which I am the author. Cant seem to do that in Botpress
m
Yeah potentially, but botpress does all the variable capturing and such that flowise can't its a nice pairig
l
Got it, okay.
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