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Quora’s Poe AI Platform Adds Interactive Web App Creation Feature

Previews on Quora's Poe allow users to share interactive web apps that they have created within the AI chatbot.


Quora has unveiled a feature dubbed Previews on its Poe platform, enabling users to create and share interactive web applications within chatbot interactions.

User-Generated Web Applications

Poe, Quora's subscription service that integrates multiple AI chatbots, now lets users craft data visualizations, games, and animations. Commands like “Analyze this report and create an interactive presentation” allow the creation of apps using different AI models such as Meta's Llama 3 and OpenAI's GPT-4o. These applications can integrate data from uploaded files, including videos, and can be shared through a link.

Technical Capabilities and Comparisons

Previews supports HTML, CSS, and JavaScript output, offering more than simple text interactions. This positions it ahead of 's Artifacts, which is geared toward AI content editing but limited to Anthropic's models. In contrast, Quora's Previews works with a broad range of like Claude 3.5 Sonnet and Google's Gemini 1.5 Pro, making it a flexible tool for those skilled in .

To use the Previews feature, users need to subscribe to Poe's premium plan at $20 per month. Although the Poe team has demonstrated various online demos, this reporter was unable to independently verify the feature due to the subscription requirement.

Controversy Surrounding Poe

The launch of Previews coincides with a period of scrutiny for Poe. A Wired investigation alleged that Poe allowed the download of paywalled articles from several publications, including The New York Times and The Atlantic, using Quora's Assistant chatbot. Quora has denied these allegations.

With the introduction of Previews, Quora is aiming to provide users with tools for developing interactive and dynamic content directly within chatbot interactions. This feature marks an advancement in the capabilities of AI chatbots, offering more interactivity and functionality.

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