How we process your source data to return a result to you:
We process your source data in a private computing cluster, which is end-to-end encrypted. We transform the raw source data using our proprietary AI algorithm, Mercury, into Story Tiles™ which are summaries of the original source data.
We then send these Story Tiles™ along with your user prompts to Large Language Model (LLM) services for further processing and to enable you to interact with the content via chat functionality.
Storytell does not store the raw rich-media source data that is provided to us.
A deeper dive into the terms mentioned above:
In our Chrome extension, the source data is typically the content from a web page and the prompt happens in the extension, like this:
In Slack the source data is a Slack message that can be of various types like a Zoom URL, an MP3/MP4, a text block etc, like this: