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Papr Memory

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Papr Memory is a cutting-edge tool that revolutionizes the way we interact with our personal memory graphs. It's like having your own digital librarian, capable of retrieving information from a vast array of sources, including past conversations, meeting transcripts, and documents. Papr Memory leverages advanced AI technology to delve into your personal memory and fetch necessary data. Whether you're trying to recall a key point from an old meeting or find a specific document deep in your digital archives, Papr Memory is designed to serve your information needs. It’s an invaluable resource for anyone who needs to manage and access large amounts of information, offering a unique blend of high-tech functionality and user-friendly design. This isn't just a tool; it's the future of personal memory management.




Example Prompts


"Can you remind me what I learned in the last meeting about the new project?"


"What was the code snippet I used in the last project for sorting the array?"


"Could you find the details of the book I read last month?"


"Please update my memory about the last holiday trip."


"Erase the memory of the meeting I had last week."


"Add this conversation to my memories."


"I want to remember this coding solution."


"Can you look up the discussion we had about the budget in our last meeting?"


"Update the memory about my dog's vaccination schedule."


"Delete the memory item about my last dentist appointment."


"What was the main topic of the article I saved yesterday?"


"I would like to store this dream I had last night."


"Can you recall the recipe I cooked last week?"


"Modify the memory about my grandma's birthday date."


"Remove the memory about my old car's details."

Description for AI

This plugin allows the model to access and interact with the user's personal memory graph. It can retrieve information from past conversations, meeting transcripts, documents, and more. Use it when the user's query pertains to information that may be stored in their personal memory.

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