Similarweb Launches the Beta Version of SimilarAsk Using AI


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A digital data and web analytics company called Similarweb Ltd has announced the beta launch of its SimilarAsk AI assistant, which will allow users to use natural language queries to access valuable insights from Similarweb Digital Data.

The company said that theirbfirst digital intelligence assistant of its kind, known as SimilarAsk, was developed by combining Large Language AI Models (LLMs) with the proprietary digital data of Similarweb and its solutions.

Through its research, marketing, sales, e-commerce, and investing solutions, Similarweb enables business leaders to see the entire digital landscape in almost real-time, which powers business decision-making.

According to the company, it gives its users the tools to stay vigilant for emerging threats to their companies and to be the first to spot and seize the best business opportunities.

Read More: Similarweb Launches Beta of SimilarAsk Leveraging AI

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