Poe is an AI chat robot platform founded by the well-known question-and-answer website Quora. Access Meta’s Llama 2 model, etc. Additionally, Poe plans to launch an enterprise-grade service that would allow companies to manage platform usage for employees.
There are various AI chatbots on Poe’s platform, such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT-4 and Anthropic’s Claude. Users only need to pay a subscription fee of US$19.99/ month or US$200/ year to use all robots without limitation. The new Mac app is very similar to Poe’s web and mobile apps, allowing users to communicate with multiple bots.
Poe also added three new robots this time, all using Meta’s open-source Llama 2 model. Additionally, Poe now allows users to have multiple conversations with the same bot, search for bots via the explore page, and supports Japanese.
Poe is not only an AI chatbot platform, but also a bot creation platform, providing its own API. Poe now also lets developers adjust the “temperature” of the prompt, with higher temperatures generating more varied but less predictable responses, and lower temperatures generating more consistent responses.
Details about Poe’s enterprise-grade service have yet to be announced, but interested users can join a waiting list.
Adam D’Angelo, CEO of Quora, Poe’s parent company, is also a member of OpenAI’s board of directors. He believes that the number of AI robots will continue to increase, and there is great potential and risk. He said: “I think there will be a webpage similar to today’s Such a huge ecosystem where most companies have a robot that provides services to the public.”