AI tools let you leverage the knowledge of large language models to help speed up your work in Figma and FigJam. There are a few things to keep in mind when using any AI tool:
- Accuracy: AI-powered tools are designed to provide information and results based on artificial intelligence algorithms and data collected from around the internet. It’s important to note the accuracy and reliability of these results may vary. There is a possibility of inaccuracies, omissions, or misleading outcomes due to the complexities and limitations of AI technologies. Therefore, the information provided by the tool should be regarded as a general reference and not fact or a substitute for expert advice or your own research.
- User Responsibility: Users must exercise their own judgment and discretion when using AI-powered tools. It’s essential to verify and cross-check the information provided by the tool before making any decisions, taking action, or relying on it for critical matters. Users should also let others know when using AI generated outputs.
FigJam currently uses OpenAI to power the Jambot widget. Jambot is a visual version of ChatGPT that helps you summarize stickies from a meeting, brainstorm ideas, and more. Here’s an example of how they work at a high level:
- You input or select some text in a sticky note as a prompt.
- The prompt text is sent to the OpenAI API along with some context about the action you want to achieve, like asking Jambot for a summarization of the selected text or more information on a subject.
- OpenAI returns a text output that attempts to match whatever instructions or context are included with the original input.
- The output is written back to the FigJam board canvas as a new sticky.