Train your Personal AI

Learn how to train your personal AI using your latest memory stack.


Supplemental Feature

This feature is only available to certain creators. If you are interested in using this feature or other supplemental ones, contact us at [email protected] or choose the Community subscription plan. We are working on add-ons for creators to enhance their personal AI.

Your personal AI is built to continuously learn new data and periodically retrain itself. This means that your memory stack grows as you upload and sync new memory blocks, but your personal AI does not retrain itself every time.

It is expensive to do it that frequently and 1 new memory block has little effect on your personal AI. Instead, retraining your personal AI is most useful after you have synced a significant amount of memory blocks (e.g., after an big event, after a month of content, after a big release).

Initiate your First Personal AI Training

You may train your personal AI after 1,000 memory blocks.

To view your personal AI's model, click on the "Train AI" button in the top-left corner. This displays information about your personal AI, and it will appear blank if this is your first training.

To initiate a training, click on "Train AI."


Screenshot of personal AI training window

Training your personal AI may take up to 24 hours, depending on the size of your memory stack. We recommend you initiate the training later in the day and check on it the next morning.

While your personal AI is training, a message appears on top of the training window.


Screenshot of personal AI training in progress

Insufficient Memory Blocks

If you have less than 1,000 memory blocks, you will see the following message when trying to train your personal AI.


Screenshot of insufficient memory blocks to train personal AI

Retraining your AI

Retraining updates your personal AI's model with your latest memory blocks. This new personal AI model replaces your previous, as only one is kept active.

Use the same method as your first training to initiate it.


Screenshot of new memory blocks since last AI training