Welcome to the documentation of Quivr! This is the place where you’ll find help, guidance and support for collaborative software development. Whether you’re involved in an open-source community or a large software team, these resources should get you up and running quickly!

Quivr is your Second Brain that can act as your personal assistant. Quivr is a platform that enables the creation of AI assistants, referred to as “Brain”. These assistants are designed with specialized capabilities. Some can connect to specific data sources, allowing users to interact directly with the data. Others serve as specialized tools for particular use cases, powered by Rag technology. These tools process specific inputs to generate practical outputs, such as summaries, translations, and more.

Our goal is to make Quivr the best open-source personal assistant that is powered by your knowledge and your applications 🔥 It will remain open-source

What does it do ?

How to get started ? 👀

It takes less than 5 seconds to get started with Quivr. You can even use your Google account to sign up.


Create an account

Go to Quivr and create an account.


Create a Brain

Let us guide you to create you first brain!


Feed this Brain

Add documentation and/or URLs to feed your brain.


Ask Questions to your Brain

Ask your Brain questions about the knowledge that you provide.

Empowering Innovation with Foundation Models & Generative AI

As a Leader in AI, Quivr leverages Foundation Models and Generative AI to empower businesses to achieve gains through Innovation.

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Quivr Features

Quivr is an open-source project supported by the community. If you'd like to contribute, please feel free to do so. We're always looking for help with documentation, bug reports and feature requests. You can find the source code on Github, our documentation and our Website quivr.com. If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us by mail