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I seek guidance on ChatPDF

I hope to upload a book I wrote, and for this I own the copyright and which includes only image for which I also own the copyright, but I am still worried.


What does ChatPDF produce for me?


Does it host this work product? A summary would be interesting. Can I say how long the summary should be?


Is it for me to post that summary? Is it still my copy written material?


What I want is to be able to use ChapGPT so that people can ask questions about 9/11, which my book delves into at great length. I hoped that ChapGPT could then converse with an online user and respond with only searching the content i have uploaded.


I do not want it polluting questions with answers coming from the other things ChapGPT may have also "learned" on the WWW. 


Please let me know.


Thanks


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So, there is no "desktop version"of any sort, which enables me to upload certain files and see what results it gives me? Otherwise, I have to jump without a parachute...


How do companies use it, for anything? If their work gets intermixed with the WWW, you may see a few fragments of your work here, and a few there... 



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Thanks Joe. So, once the PDF is uploaded, a user can pose questions and get answers. That does sound intriguing. So, on my website, I could hard code a handful of big questions, then enable them to ask their own.


Do I have that right?


I understand you are not affiliated...no worries.


Any thoughts on copyright? Will this ChatPDF service be exclusively mine? Or, will this be for everyone?


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AMAZING!


Q: when are my taxes due?


A: For most people, taxes are due on April 18, 2023 60. However, if you need more time to file your return, you can request an extension of time to file by filing Form 4868. This will give you an additional 6 months to file your return, but you must still pay any taxes owed by the original due date of April 18, 2023

Very nice!

Is this a blooper?


"This will give you an additional 6 months to file your return, but you must still pay any taxes owed by the original due date of April 18, 2023"


How can you pay the taxes owed if you do not have the filing completed?


I think it's a subtlety of English.



Maybe it meant:


"This will give you an additional 6 months to file your return, but you must still pay any taxes you would have paid on the original due date of April 18, 2023"


otherwise, doesn't the sentence contradict itself?

> Is this a blooper?

No.

> How can you pay the taxes owed if you do not have the filing completed?

That's always been the case with the IRS. Even when you don't complete the Form 1040, you must estimate the amount of tax you owe and pay that by the due date. If you don't, you are subject to penalty and interest.

> Maybe it meant

No. That's not what it means. It means what it says, namely, that the taxes are due on the due date, even if you file for the 6-month extension. Hence, as I noted above, you must estimate the tax due and pay that amount on the due date.

> otherwise, doesn't the sentence contradict itself?

No. Point is, there's a difference between when the completed Form 1040 is due and when the taxes are due. The 1040 is not due until the 6-month extension is up. The (estimated) taxes are due on the tax due date. Btw, you should file a Form 4868 (Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File) on the tax due date. Regards, Joe