Native AI introduces cutting-edge Synthetic Output Slider to prevent AI hallucination
The main difference between human responses and synthetic is the level of contextual detail that fills in the picture. Here are a few examples to illustrate how to make the most of the Synthetic Output Slider.
High fidelity, no creativity
If you want to know exactly what the source data says and nothing more, then move the slider all the way to the left. This means that even if additional details can be inferred, the platform will not make such predictions or assumptions. Ideal for statistics and very robust data sets.
Best of both worlds. If you want the AI to make some assumptions and predictions, but not venture too far from the source data, then keep the slider in the middle. Ideal for extracting the most insight out of data sets, even less robust ones. Statistical details should be treated with caution.
Ironically, this setting most closely mirrors human responses, though the answers may depart greatly from the source data. Ideal for ideating creative concepts, and coming up with scenarios that you would not have thought of on your own.