Try Our New Chatbot Focused on Global Migration

Try Our New Chatbot Focused on Global Migration
Migrants in Sfax, on Tunisia's eastern coast, July 7, 2023 (AP photo).

You've probably seen a lot of news coverage recently about AI-powered chatbots and AI-powered search. One of AI's primary applications is to clearly and coherently synthesize information from large data sets. So we decided to try out this new technology  to augment our already existing site search function, but in a way that is subject-specific.

The chatbot below, accessible only to subscribers, draws on an initial knowledge base of 81 articles about global migration published by World Politics Review since March 23, 2018. These articles are part of our series on global migration. The chatbot, which is powered by ChatGPT-4, has been trained not to refer to anything outside of the articles in the knowledge base. We will continue to update the knowledge base and our series with new coverage of global migration as it is published.

Getting the most out of the chatbot depends to some extent on how it is prompted. Better prompts, with context and specificity about what you are seeking, will generally yield better answers.

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