Library of Babel is a place to create and share prompts across Large Language Models (LLMs), in a community setting. It’s a place to collectively explore these models and their capability for augmenting human creativity, utility, absurdity, and more.
Experiment with your own prompts in the Playground
Help everyone find the best prompts by upvoting, downvoting, or commenting
Or just search what others have done for fun, love and profit.
We see this as something between an AI Reddit and a Wikipedia for prompts.
What you see here will be free forever. Your prompts and data are your own, and the collective data belongs to the community that created it.
The best way to contribute right now is to use the Playground to add prompts, upvote or downvote prompts, or leave comments on others’ prompts. If you want to contribute in some other way (like with money or work or friendly words), contact us at email@example.com.
We may monetize in the future, but never by selling the data. We might do this by adding a “credits” feature (so you don’t need to use your own API keys), hosting contests for companies looking for certain kinds of synthetic data, or through “dumb” ads. Maybe we’ll never monetize and we’ll just be a great resource for people and get invited to all the cool parties. Please reach out to invite us to parties at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Per the above, feel free to scrape the data, but:
This product is in early Alpha and is going to be buggy and not do what you want. Please send us angry emails demanding features and fixes at email@example.com. Wandering around in vector spaces is better with friends. Join us!
The library will endure; it is the universe. As for us, everything has not been written; we are not turning into phantoms. We walk the corridors, searching the shelves and rearranging them, looking for lines of meaning amid leagues of cacophony and incoherence, reading the history of the past and our future, collecting our thoughts and collecting the thoughts of others, and every so often glimpsing mirrors, in which we may recognize creatures of the information.
Note: Please check out the beautiful and philosophically profound https://libraryofbabel.info , who began exploring the shelves far before we.