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AI PowerPoint Doc Query

AI-powered querying for efficient PowerPoint document analysis.


This app is a powerful feature that uses artificial intelligence to analyze and answer questions asked about a specific document. Users can upload a file (PDF, PPT or WORD format) and ask their question via the prompt. Users can generate summaries or extract information.

File types accepted: pdf, ppt, pptx, doc, docx

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The supported file formats include PDF, PPT, PPTX, DOC, and DOCX.

The "Ask document" app is a powerful feature that uses artificial intelligence to analyze and answer questions asked about a specific document. Users can upload a file and ask questions about the content of the document. The app can generate summaries or extract specific information from the document to provide answers.

To use the "Ask document" app, follow these steps:

  1. Upload your document (PDF, PowerPoint, or Word) to the app.
  2. Enter your question about the document in the prompt.
  3. Click the "Validate" button to generate an answer based on the content of your document. The app will use artificial intelligence to analyze the document and provide a response to your question.

Credits are the currency used to access the features of the Ikalas platform, including the "Ask document" app. Free users start with a limited number of credits, but you can purchase additional credits to unlock more usage of the apps. To get more credits, you can sign up for a paid subscription plan on the Ikalas website. The various subscription plans offer different credit amounts and features to suit your needs.

If you don't have enough credits to use the "Ask document" app, you will see a message indicating that you need to add more credits to your account. You can do this by upgrading to a paid subscription plan on the Ikalas website. As a free user, you will have a limited number of credits to use the app. Once you've used up your credits, you'll need to purchase more to continue using the feature.

The "Ask document" app can analyze and provide answers for a variety of document types, including PDFs, PowerPoint presentations, and Word documents. However, there are some limitations:

  • The document must be in one of the supported file formats (PDF, PPT, PPTX, DOC, DOCX).
  • The document must contain sufficient text content for the AI to analyze and generate meaningful responses. Documents with very limited text may not provide useful outputs.
  • Users on the free plan may have additional restrictions or lower quality outputs compared to paid subscribers.

The accuracy of the responses generated by the "Ask document" app depends on several factors:

  1. Quality of the input document: The more comprehensive and well-structured the document, the better the app can extract relevant information to answer questions.
  2. Complexity of the question: Simple, factual questions are generally easier for the AI to answer accurately compared to more complex, open-ended queries.
  3. AI model quality: Ikalas uses advanced language models to power the "Ask document" app, but the accuracy can vary depending on the specific model used (e.g., GPT-4 vs. GPT-3.5).
  4. User subscription level: Paid subscribers may have access to more powerful AI models or higher-quality outputs compared to free users.

While the app aims to provide useful and accurate responses, users should keep in mind that the answers are generated by an AI system and may not be 100% perfect or comprehensive. It's always a good idea to validate the information provided and not rely on it as the sole authoritative source.