The billing system and how to use nele.ai cost-effectively

nele.ai — The billing system and how to use the AI volume efficiently


nele.ai is an application that combines various AI models, text, code and tables and ensures that no personal data is sent to the AI models or that sensitive company data is used for training purposes.

Models for generating audio, video and image files will also be available in the future.

A comprehensive billing unit (credits) was developed so that the various AI models and billing systems can be combined in nele.ai.

In order to ensure investment security when using AI, a monthly data volume (AI volume) is booked with nele.ai, which means that there are no additional costs per user. In this way, nele.ai can be made available to every employee and the cost risk is limited by the defined AI volume.

The AI volume can be adjusted at any time as required.

To help you get the most out of your AI volume, we've listed a few important points to consider:


1. Choose the right AI model for your task!

There are currently two AI models available to help you complete your tasks: chatGPT3.5 and GPT4. Here are the most important differences:

· GPT3.5 Was used with about 175 billion parameters trains, GPT4 On the other hand, with already more than 1 trillion.

· When entering (input) and outputting (output), GPT4 processes twice as much data as GPT3.5.

· GPT3.5 only requires around 1/20 of the AI consumption of GPT4.


2. When should you use which model?

Use Chat GPT3.5 — cost-effective and efficient — per easier tasks, such as answering emails or writing speeches and work references, etc.

Use Chat GPT4 — extensive and sophisticated — per complex tasks, such as creating concepts, contracts, business plans or scientific summaries, etc.

Be sure to note:

Comparing effort and costs without using AI can help with decision-making.


3. Pay attention to your input and output volumes!

A big advantage of working with generative chatbots is using the chat function. This allows information in the chat process to be constantly expanded and improved.

Note, however, that both Words sent (input) and received (output) count as part of the total consumption of AI. That is, every time When you send a message, the entire chat history is sent. As a result, total consumption of AI volume may rise faster than expected.


If there are changes in the chat context, it makes sense to start a new chat or to divide the chat into smaller meaningful units.


4. Optimize your prompts!

yours Prompts should be clear and specific. Blurred prompts can result in longer and less accurate answers.


Sample prompt:

Write a LinkedIn post from a user's perspective, limited to 300 characters with matching hashtags and a few emojis. The text is: {{text}}


In this prompt, the Persona/character (user), the Number of characters (300), information about Hashtags and emojis included.

!! The more precise the prompt, the better the output!!



It can be helpful to ask open-ended questions about GPT3.5 to get inspiration for specific topics. You can then have them professionally edited with GPT4.


5.Test your prompts with small text samples!

First, let your prompts process small amounts of text and adjust your prompts to the desired results. If the samples are satisfactory, you can use the prompts on large volumes.


6. If possible, refrain from additional explanations!

Depending on the chosen AI model, nele.ai often writes explanations for their answers. However, if the topic is already familiar to you and you don't need any explanations, you can phrase your prompt in a way that skips the explanation. This reduces the amount of text and saves time when editing.

Just add the phrase” to your promptno further explanation required“added.

We wish you every success in your work with nele.ai.

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