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Planning Mode

AI AutoPilot for Strategy and Planning

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Written by HelloScribe HQ
Updated over a week ago

What is Planning Mode?


Planning Mode is our "AI AutoPilot". Unlike a conventional chatbot, there is no constant back and forth. It works based on the instructions you give it up front. And you don't have to be an expert at writing prompts. Just tell it what you want.

The Technical Stuff

Planning Mode is an Autonomous Reasoning Agent (ARA). It can think, plan, and reason on its own. It uses up-to-date data from the most reliable data sources to break down objectives into tasks and complete them independently.

It has 3 core capabilities:

  1. Understands general knowledge about all areas of expertise

  2. Understands each user’s specific scenario

  3. Determines how to best solve the problem to help the user achieve their goal.


When you give it an instruction, it tries to understand your objective deeply. It does this by asking a series of three clarifying questions. Based on the questions, and your answers to those questions, it figures out what tasks align with your requirements.

It will create a list of tasks, and a summary of those tasks for your approval.

Once you approve, HelloScribe will complete each step on its own. No further input is required from you. It usually takes about 10 minutes. Just sit back and watch.

Language Models are only as smart as the data they are trained on. So we've trained HelloScribe to find the exact data you need to complete a particular task. First, it scours the web by creating search queries that you might not be able to think of on your own.

It finds verified news stories, PDFs, social media, search results, research papers, YouTube Videos, you name it. It then reads through those search results to understand and complete the task.

It can decipher complex problems, follow instructions, and generate comprehensive recommendations for any task that involves strategy, planning, or innovation.


THIS IS IMPORTANT. HelloScribe does not copy and paste from the web. It "reads" what it finds, analyzes the information, then infers a solution based on its own understanding. Much the way humans do.

Now Let's Break it Down:


Step 1: The Objective

The journey begins with defining your objective. Say or write exactly what you want. It can be any task that requires planning, strategy, or creative problem-solving. Be as clear and specific as you can.

You also have the option to upload a brief, PDF, Image, or whatever contextual information is relevant to your objective.

Step 2: Clarify

HelloScribe will ask 3 questions to unearth the key facets of your objective and plan an efficient strategy. You have the option to skip the questions, but you get better results if you try to answer as many of them as you can.

Step 3: Task Creation & Approval

HelloScribe will use the insights gained from the dialogue to devise a purposeful and actionable task list to complete your objective. It will then summarize the tasks into a concise paragraph for your approval.

Step 4: Task Execution

This is the action phase! With your approval, HelloScribe starts executing the tasks. It uses our proprietary Cognitive AI to ensure comprehensive and relevant results. For tasks that involve specific physical actions, it provides a detailed action plan.

There may be emergent capabilities of which we are not yet aware.

The Role of Human Judgment

Autonomous Agents are designed to be adaptive and responsive. The user's responsibility lies in guiding these agents with clear and thoughtful responses. Over time, HelloScribe will refine its strategies based on this feedback, and become a more effective partner in achieving your goals.

It's also important to note that while HelloScribe is built to handle challenges and adapt on the go, you must still monitor its outputs. It's crucial to ensure that its results align with ethical guidelines, company policies, and societal norms.

So, while Autonomous Reasoning Agents are indeed a revolutionary leap forward in AI, they don't eliminate the need for human oversight, judgment, and responsibility. Rather, they serve to augment our capabilities and enable us to achieve more faster.

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