Using InfraNodus, you can choose to avoid storing any data in your database and, instead, only use our app to process your data. In this case, you don't only bypass our database servers, but you also can use this data to query an external AI system without sending your actual content.
This is particularly useful for ideating on top of your personal notes, journal entries, or sensitive documents. Instead of uploading them to ChatGPT or elsewhere, you can create a knowledge graph in InfraNodus first and then use the built-in knowledge graph to find the gaps or clusters that you want to explore further and send meta information about these chunks to AI.
How to Activate the Private Mode
1. In order to create a new graph, go to the Menu > Create a New Graph
2. Once you're in the import dialog, choose Do not save graph in the settings
3. Your graph is visualized, but is not saved in our system and, thus, won't be saved in your account either. As soon as you reload the graph, all your modifications will be lost.
4. Therefore, if you want to derive insights, we recommend you to open a good old notepad locally and save your ideas there
Of course, even if you choose to save your graphs in InfraNodus, we do not use them for AI training purposes and your data will never be available to external parties either. Private mode adds an extra layer of security where you don't even save your data cache on our servers, making sure that there's no trace left anywhere of whatever it is you analyzed.
Learn more about this workflow in this video: