What is a Memory Block?

A Memory Block is a stored thought, event or information that constitutes the building elements of your personal AI's knowledge. The collection of your Memory Blocks is called your Memory Stack.

When you sync (record) a spoken conversation or a written thought, you create a Memory Block. Long conversations or thoughts can be broken into multiple Memory Blocks by your personal AI to improve its training.

The collection of your Memory Blocks is called your Memory Stack.

When you are creating Memory Blocks, you are syncing. Anyone who is contributing to their Memory Stack is a creator.

For more information on creating Memory Blocks, visit our overview of your personal AI's features.