IBL News | New York
AI agents like Auto-GPT, AgentGPT, BabyAGI, and GodMore are the latest trend in the Large Language Models (LLMs) area, using OpenAI’s ChatGPT architecture to automate tasks.
While ChatGPT requires a prompt for every new step, AI agents can take an overarching goal such as “grow my educational software business” and perform various tasks such as developing a sales strategy, identifying target clients, writing a video or podcast script, or building a website.
However, these AI agents are still in development and may not always produce accurate or reliable results.
Created by game developer Toran Bruce Richards, Auto-GPT is currently an open-source on GitHub, that requires to install a development environment like Docker, or VS Code with a Dev Container extension. Also, a paid API key from OpenAI is needed.
It’s also available in a repository on GitHub. To use it, OpenAI or Pinecone API key and Docker software is required.
Probably nothing 🤯
🤖 An AI agent that autonomously does sales prospecting on its own with GPT-4.
Powered by BabyAGI from @yoheinakajima & run on @Replit. Imagine once you integrate it with @LangChainAI tools like @HubSpot or Apollo.
Tip: don’t forget to hit pause it like me. pic.twitter.com/bSRiPSkbI8
— Omar Pera (@ompemi) April 9, 2023
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