I’ve been creating a few GPTs in the ChatGPT interface, seeing as I had a document full of them even before the feature was rolled out. But I’ve got some confusion around the "knowledge"additions when I create a GPT.
When I click the button, it just brings up my file explorer with no restrictions on what to upload. So what the heck is this supposed to be? A text file? JSON? An embedding? A copy of Doom? How big can it be? How does it get parsed and prioritized?
I have the same question. When I ask the builder, it says that files are only stored in the memory for that chat and will need to be uploaded each time i want it referenced. I’m fairly certain that this knowledge feature is supposed to retain the files I send and remain with the GPT as part of it’s memory. Do I have this wrong?
I uploaded a python file of 700 lines of code to knowledge reference, deployed the gpt.
if asked about a section of the code, it is refering the .py file perfectly and explaining it.
i uploaded a .java file (through chat not through builder) and it refused to parse it says it can’t access the file.
then i tried to upload an ipynb notebook file to knowledge reference files (builder) , it broke the gpt for some reason both gpt builder and gpt itself only reponding “Hmm… Something seems to have gone wrong” .
what are the limits here ? what are the possibilites ? how many files can upload ? what types of files ? if their is a storage limit, is it per gpt or per user ?
I’m having the same issue. I assumed it could read PDFs or TXT files and hold them in its knowledge base for reference and, ideally, as “learned concepts.” I uploaded 15 books on the subject I was configuring for and the whole thing broke. I started deleting files/books and that helped, until I tested again with just one or two, and, really, the whole thing slows down so much, and the responses (even “summaries of the book”) are so inelegant, that I feel it or I am broken.
I have uploaded file to Knowledge for particular bot, but says it can’t read the file ??? so what is the point of this !!!
Understood. The ideal scenario would be for the bot to have direct access to the specific content of the book you uploaded, so it could tailor its responses based on that particular source. However, given the current limitations, the bot cannot read or extract information directly from uploaded files.
Me too, got confused about this feature. I uploaded a zip file to the knowledge and published the GPT. When I chat with it, sometimes it says, It seems there was an error while trying to access the file you provided. But at some times, it works. Most of the time, it failed.
Hey guys, was wondering if anyone could please tell me what is better to upload to the KB, the full transcript of a video or a summary? I uploaded a bunch of transcripts and this GPT is not enjoying life.