Keyword wiki: Adding wiki to your query will make DuckAssist more likely to come out.
Disabling DuckAssist: You can disable Instant Answers from DuckDuckGo which will also disable DuckAssist
Up-to-date AI assistant: DuckAssist remains up to date by keeping the scope small. As entries are added to Wikipedia, currently DuckAssist indexes them with a couple weeks lag.
DuckAssist Cites: You will be provided with citations of information source which is a major shortcoming in large language models at the moment.
Fune Tuning / Tips:
- Instant Answers: Switch on from settings to enable DuckAssistant.
- Gives citations to source
- Doesn't collect data
- Very accurate recommendations
- Doesn't require login
- Small context, limited to Wikipedia
- Early Beta might have glitches
- Doesn't show up in some computers/regions
- Doesn't provide advanced settings or fine tuning
- Closed source, no information regarding underlying model(s)
App pricing information for DuckAssist is as below:
This is how you do it. It does what it can well using the current state of AI technology
It'd be great if it used more sources than just Wikipedia.
Some tips for using DuckAssist are to phrase your search query as a question, add the word 'wiki' if you think Wikipedia could have the answer, and keep in mind that beta is only available in English on certain platforms. If you don't want DuckAssist to appear in search results, you can disable 'Instant Answers' in search settings. If an answer has been generated on a topic before, it will appear automatically, otherwise click the Ask button.
It provides instant answers in natural language based on Wikipedia and other sources.
It respects user privacy and does not track or store any user data.
It is free and easy to use with no sign-up required.
It is available in DuckDuckGo’s browser apps or extensions.