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📚 Knowledge Sources

Checkpoint 2/6 — Knowledge Sources

To set up your AI second brain on MindPal, let's start with your knowledge sources. Just like humans need information to function, your AI agents also require data to operate effectively. MindPal refers to these data collections as knowledge sources, divided into two categories: internal and external.

Internal Knowledge Sources

Internal knowledge sources represent your personal data collection, helping your AI buddy understand your world. Here's how you can fill up your internal knowledge sources using 3 easy methods:

  1. Upload from Websites: Add links from websites like your company's sites, blogs, YouTube videos, or any web content that matters to you.
  2. Upload from Files: Easily upload various file types such as PDFs, Word docs, PowerPoint presentations, Excel files, CSVs, EPUBs, audio clips, videos, and more.
  3. Input Voice & Text: Quickly type notes or record voice memos directly into MindPal to expand your data pool.

External Knowledge Sources

External knowledge sources involve data from sources outside your personal collection. This includes info from search engines like Google, educational sites like Wikipedia, video platforms like YouTube, research databases like RSIF, and similar online resources.

By combining internal and external knowledge sources, your AI agents—whom you'll create next—will have the essential info and context required to carry out tasks effectively. With your knowledge sources ready, you're all set to move on to building your customized AI agents.

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