Hmm ... I wish with all these new agents my regular tasks become a bit easier, but so far it didn't work, it 'ran out of loops in the free plan'. Not going to pay without even executing one successful example (I know this one is a pretty tough problem, but I was willing to give some easier 'research' tasks too). My query was :
"Find out the cheapest per unit Pampers New Born diapers from the ones available on amazon.in, flipkart.com, bigbasket.com, dmart.in, firstcry.com considering all the available card discounts, coupon codes, shipping and other charges etc. "
For something with more capabilities, check out https://github.com/Significant-Gravitas/Auto-GPT
I recently used it to have it find a source of data and scrape it as a test, and it works. Took only 30 min or so.
Could have done it in under 5 min by myself, but taking 20s to write the prompt is still faster than spending the 5 min doing it myself
This is a good line of thinking for making LLMs more powerful. I'm confused what I'm seeing though, can I not inspect the internals of what it's doing inside each task? And why does it take so long? Is it doing tons of GPT queries for each task?
At least as a non-native english speaker I was a bit confused as to what it does compared to using plain ChatGPT. I tried then the examples "Plan a detailed trip to Hawaii" and "Write some code to make a platformer game". I tried the same Hawaii sentence with plain ChatGPT and told it that it can browse the web. Now I am thinking that AgentGPT does seem a good tool on top of ChatGPT. As they say on the Github page it "It will attempt to reach the goal by thinking of tasks to do, executing them, and learning from the results". This was a whole lot more thorough service than what plain ChatGPT did with the prompt. I'm just thinking that maybe they should emphasize more those points already on the app page, about the core value it adds and how it does it. Perhaps even explain it some more than what that sentence from their Github page does.
Wish it were possible to “deploy” an example agent without signing up.
Even if the output were faked, it would help a lot to understand what this does. (I assume it’s “Geocities for AI agents” but couldn’t confirm.)
There are a couple of challenges with making this stuff completely open like that right now.
The first is that OpenAI has rate limits. They are especially small for GPT-4, which for anything complicated can be quite a lot better than 3.5.
The other one is that if you do leave it open, then you can be sure that a significant portion of your customers will be from countries that could not pass the OpenAI phone verification. Or just didn't want to identify themselves. For some reason.
Combine that with something that scares some people a lot like autonomous AI or connecting them to servers or the internet, and it feels like you might be on thin ice with OpenAI or some regulatory group. Especially if a bunch of Russian and Chinese users are finding you on some directory or post listed as a way to get around the phone verification.
Just based on experience running my own service.
Hence the "Even if the output were faked".
Heck, even a video/screen recording would be a significant improvement.
I was mad about this too, but I'm interested enough that I was going to register. I use a custom domain and so would use something like "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Anyway, they don't allow email signups, either. You have to use a social media login. So the pie gets even smaller.
Edit: also the logo is not displaying properly on the signing page (Firefox, linux)
It's github page is here. Albeit with not too much more info.
Almost 23k stars!? Isn't that kind of crazy for a new niche project like this you've never heard of?
Are agents not just a natural extension of ChatGPT as a product with chat being a universal language interface for the plugins which connect to tools and skills?