Neeva introduces AI-powered search engine service internationally


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Neeva Inc., an ad-free subscription-based search engine, has announced that it is launching its AI-based service internationally as ChatGPT continues to thrive.

This announcement comes shortly after the company’s AI offering was launched in the United States last month, giving customers a quick preview of what the search engine was capable of with access to free or paid accounts. The GPT-3 large language model and training data used by ChatGPT, according to the company, are out of date and will no longer be supported after 2021.

Neeva claims to have developed its own AI model that summarizes pages, examines links, and processes relevance back to the user in almost real-time in order to transform search and AI.

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