ResourceSpace 10.1 - GPT-3 Integration and Uppy Companion Uploader

We're excited to announce the release of ResourceSpace 10.1! With several significant new features it makes managing and sharing your digital assets even easier.

One of the most exciting new features is the integration with OpenAI's GPT-3. This has the potential to revolutionise metadata input and save you a huge amount of time and effort.

Using a block of text as your input you can create commands in plain English and have GPT-3 save the output into a designated field. The possibilities are endless, and we're just getting started, but some sample commands we've used so far are in the table below. We've used 'This is an exciting picture of a boat sitting on a lake' as our input - and here are the results:

Prompt Output
Create a French translation C'est une image excitante d'un bateau assis sur un lac.
Create a German translation Dies ist ein aufregendes Bild eines Bootes, das auf einem See sitzt.
List the critical keywords from this text Picture, boat, sitting, lake, exciting
Make this text into compelling marketing text Experience the beauty of nature with this stunning picture of a boat peacefully resting on a tranquil lake. Let your imagination take you away to a place of serenity and relaxation.

The plugin is part of 10.1 and ready to go - you'll just need to set up an account with OpenAI and then start adding your commands to the relevant metadata fields.

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Another great new feature is the Uppy Companion uploader. This allows you to easily upload your files directly from alternative locations. Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox are configured and you can also capture from your device camera or upload directly from a link.

Hosted ResourceSpace customers will have this set up and in place, and those who host their ResourceSpace system themselves can follow the instructions on our Knowledge Base to add it to their system.

Other additions include:

The new Webhooks plugin which allows third party developers to configure a synchronisation between their ResourceSpace system and other applications. For example, updating resource data which is being imported from or exported to a CMS, giving a real time update across the two systems.

ResourceSpace 10.1 now records the method of resource creation in the resource log so you can easily see which resources have been uploaded via the UI or created another way - by one of our many integrations, for example.

The Push Metadata feature has also been improved. Now you can push the metadata of a document resource without revealing the file itself. This is useful for making certain information available but without showing potentially sensitive information such as names or addresses which might be visible in the preview.

We can't wait for you to try out ResourceSpace 10.1! For more information, you can check out our version history page for more detailed information about all the changes in this release.