Ask Feynman is a free AI QA tool based on Richard Feynman’s lectures and papers. Richard Feynman was a Noble Prize winning theoretical physicist. He is known for his work in the field of Quantum Mechanics.
He gave lots of lectures during his lifetime and published a lot of papers as well. This AI based tool is based on these lectures and papers by Richard Feynman.
This tool lets you ask questions in natural language and finds information in the lectures and papers of Richard Feynman. Then shows results accordingly along with a summary.
Let’s see how this QA tool works:
Use the link at the end of this article to access the website of this tool. When you open the website you will see a screen like the one shown in the screenshot below.
On this page, you will see a box where you can type in your question or you can even try the sample questions given below the text box. When you ask a question you will get results as shown below.
As you can see, you will get a summary at the top. The summary is based on references from his lectures and papers. Below the summary you will find links to his lectures and papers in which the answer to your question was mentioned. If you need a detailed answer, then you can check out the reference links.
You can change the language as per the language of your choice. Use the drop down box given at the top right to change the language. The history option next to the language option shows you your search history on this particular website. So it will show you all the questions you have asked in the tool so far.
Ask Feynman is a nice QA tool developed by Vectara, to ask questions based on Richard Feynman’s lectures and papers. This AI based tool answers your question through a summary generated from Richard Feynman’s lectures and papers. It also provides you links to his lectures and papers for a more detailed study.
In my opinion this is a nice tool to know more about what Richard Feynman said or wrote about various things related to Physics. The questions can be asked in natural language and the summary generated is pretty good to answer your questions.
Check out Ask Feynman here.