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Talk To Books
Talk To Books

Talk To Books


Talk To Books
Talk to Books is a unique online tool that allows you to interact with books using natural language queries. It is powered by an experimental AI system that has been trained on millions of human conversations. By entering a statement or a question, you can browse passages from books that are relevant to your query. You can use this tool as a way to explore ideas, discover new books, and spark your creativity.
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Talk to Books is not a traditional search engine. It does not use keywords or metadata to find the best matches for your query. Instead, it uses semantic analysis to understand the meaning and intent of your query, and then compares it to the sentences in the books. It returns the passages that have the closest semantic similarity to your query, regardless of whether they contain the exact words or not.

Talk to Books is a free service provided by Google Books. You can access it at https://books.google.com/talktobooks/. You can also learn more about the AI system behind it at Google AI Semantic Experiences. Talk to Books is an experimental project that is still in development, so you may encounter some errors or unexpected results. However, it is also a fun and innovative way to engage with books and expand your knowledge.

  •  It is a new way to explore ideas and discover books by getting quotes that respond to your queries.
  •  It uses experimental AI that is trained on human conversations and can understand natural language.
  •  It can be used as a creativity tool to spark inspiration and curiosity.
  •  It can help you find relevant books and passages that match your interests and questions.
  •  It is free and easy to use.

  •  It is not a traditional search engine and may not give you the exact results you are looking for.
  •  It may not cover all the books and topics that exist in the world.
  •  It may give you inaccurate or biased quotes depending on the source and quality of the books.
  •  It may not respect the copyrights of the authors and publishers of the books.
  •  It may not work well with complex or technical queries that require more than natural language.

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