No votes yet
Have you ever wished you could have a smart assistant that can help you with various tasks on the web, such as summarizing articles, rewriting sentences, generating captions, or even arguing with other users? If so, you might want to check out Webpilot, a free and open-source copilot for the web.

Webpilot is a Chrome extension that allows you to have free-form conversations with web pages or engage in automatic arguments with other users. Unlike ChatGPT, there is no need to chat or switch pages, and no need to constantly copy and paste back and forth. You just select the text and everything else is done automatically.

Webpilot is based on gpt-3.5-turbo, which binds some common prompts with shortcut commands, requests API, and displays results to manipulate the selected text on the webpage. For example, you can use commands like "summarize this page", "rewrite this sentence", "generate a caption for this image", or "argue with this user" to get instant results.

Webpilot is currently in Pre-Release version and will be officially released within the next month. It will continue to iterate (and remain open source and free). You can learn more about Webpilot on its official website: www.webpilot.ai or its GitHub repository: https://github.com/webpilot-ai/Webpilot.

Webpilot aims to be a simple, free, and accessible productivity tool that can empower anyone to use AI for various purposes on the web. The developers welcome any feedback or suggestions to help them make it better. You can contact them via email or WeChat (see details on their website).

If you are interested in trying out Webpilot, you can add it to your Chrome browser from the Chrome Web Store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webpilot-copilot-for-all/biaggnjibplcfekllonekbonhfgchopo.

We hope you enjoy using Webpilot and find it useful for your web browsing experience.