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How to use Globy?
To get the best results when using Globy, the AI-based chatbot developed by The Permit House (TPH), follow these guidelines:
Be clear and specific: When asking a question or providing information, be as clear and specific as possible. This helps Globy understand your query accurately and provide a more relevant response. Avoid ambiguous or overly broad statements that may lead to vague answers.
Use concise language: Keep your questions and statements concise and to the point. Long, complex sentences may confuse the chatbot and result in less accurate responses. Break down complex inquiries into simpler parts if necessary.
Ask one question at a time: Instead of asking multiple questions in a single message, ask one question at a time. This allows Globy to focus on addressing each question individually and increases the chances of obtaining a satisfactory answer for each query.
Provide context if needed: If your question or request requires specific context, provide relevant details to help Globy understand the situation better. Contextual information can aid the chatbot in providing more accurate and tailored responses.
Seek clarification if necessary: If Globy’s response is not clear or does not fully address your question, don’t hesitate to seek clarification. Ask follow-up questions or provide additional details to guide the conversation in the right direction.
Utilize human specialist support: If you feel that Globy’s responses are not meeting your expectations or if you have complex or sensitive inquiries, you have the option to request assistance from a human specialist. They can offer more personalized guidance and support based on their expertise in TPH’s core activities.
Remember that while Globy strives to provide helpful and accurate information, it has limitations as an AI chatbot. Exercise critical thinking, independently verify critical information, and consult with qualified professionals when necessary.
By following these guidelines, you can enhance your experience and improve the chances of obtaining the best possible results when interacting with Globy.
Globy is an AI-based chatbot developed by The Permit House (TPH) using OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 architecture. While Globy has been trained on a diverse range of data and is designed to provide helpful and accurate information, it is important to note that it may not always provide a satisfactory answer or address every specific question or concern.
Globy excels at answering questions related to the core activities of TPH, which include buying and exploring real estate, setting up legal entities, working and living in Indonesia, civil documents and most common legal issues for expats. However, due to the complexity and ever-evolving nature of the subject matter, there may be instances where Globy’s responses may not fully meet your expectations or provide the level of guidance you require.
In such cases, you have the option to request assistance from a human specialist who can provide further guidance and support. Our human specialists are knowledgeable professionals well-versed in the core activities of TPH and are available to offer more in-depth explanations or address any specific concerns that may arise during the conversation.
Please keep in mind that while every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and reliability of the information provided by Globy, it should not be considered as a substitute for professional advice or services. TPH disclaims any liability for errors, omissions, or inaccuracies in Globy’s responses and encourages users to independently verify any critical information or seek professional advice when necessary.
By engaging in a conversation with Globy, you acknowledge and accept the limitations and potential inaccuracies inherent in AI-based chatbots. TPH encourages users to use their discretion and judgment when relying on the information provided by Globy, and to consult with qualified professionals for specific or sensitive matters.