Editor, ARL Day in Review
Director, Online Strategy
University of California, Davis
Some of the most popular generative pre-trained transformer (GPT) resources do not provide source and citation data. This can be problematic not only in the short term (citation issues) but also in the long term (fiction becoming fact). This presentation will focus on online tools that do provide source information for the facts supplied in the text. It will also include discussion of several productivity tools, as well as a discussion about these tools and issues that arise from their use, focusing on how our community can enhance them with the skills we have and the many other tools we offer. Tools to be discussed include Perplexity, You.com, Phind, Google Bard, Bing Chat, Docalysis, and Humata AI.