When using our Long Form Assistant, you will have the ability to select which model you'd like to use. Each model has various pros and cons when creating content. You may want to swap between the models to find out which model works best for you and your industry.

Each AI model has its own credit modifier, strengths and weaknesses.

AI Model

Curie

Davinci

Carroll

Hemingway

Credit Modifier

0.5x

1.0x

1.0x

2.0x

Use Cases

Basic writing

Creative Writing

Blog Content

Blog Content

Strengths

Fast

Cost Effective

Creative Generation

Depth

Context

Fast

Blog Structure

Blog Structure

Context

Depth

Length

Weaknesses

Grammar

Structure

Depth

Structure

Slower

Grammar

Depth

Slower

Curie

The curie model is a very capable and fast model. Although it is capable of creative writing, it may lack depth and sporadically produce grammatical errors.

If you find that this model writes quality content for your niche, you will enjoy a major reduction in credit usage as 1 outputted word here will deduce 0.5 words from your credits.

Davinci

Davinci has long been the standard when it comes to many forms of creative writing. Davinci, albeit a slower AI model is very capable of producing great content for almost any industry. It's great at keeping context and is able to produce the depth required for most use-cases.

One drawback with Davinci is its ability to create well structured blog content, which is why we've developed the Carroll and Hemingway models.

Each outputted word on Davinci will consume one word from your credit allocation.

Carroll

Carroll has been developed to be a faster prototype AI model that specialises in producing blog content with the correct structure. Carroll will attempt to write an introductory paragraph, followed by a series of sub headings and a paragraphs for each subheading. Carroll may lose context in some cases and may lack the depth required for longer articles. However, Carroll is a super capable model for most industries when it comes to creating well written blog content.

Each outputted word on Carroll will consume one words from your credit allocation.

Hemingway

Hemingway is currently our most capable model for writing blog content. Although not as fast as Carroll, Hemingway is able to produce rich, quality content for most industries while maintaining context.

Hemingway will follow the same principles as Carroll but the quality of outputted content should be noticeably improved in most cases.

Each outputted word on Hemingway will consume two words from your credit allocation.

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