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Q&A Is there a memory book for humans?

There are many vector search libraries and engines for use in machine learning, apis, databases, and programs. https://github.com/currentslab/awesome-vector-search has a list of some of them. For ...

posted 2mo ago by Zer0‭

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#1: Initial revision by user avatar Zer0‭ · 2024-03-14T16:25:39Z (2 months ago)
There are many vector search libraries and engines for use in machine learning, apis, databases, and programs. https://github.com/currentslab/awesome-vector-search has a list of some of them.

For example, [Semantra](https://github.com/freedmand/semantra) seems to fit your requirements. It is a command line tool with a local web server. You can run it to index your text and pdf files and search your documents with the web interface, "by meaning rather than just text" as they claim.