Build your own AutoGPT agent powered by Azure OpenAI

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One use of LLMs that has gained a lot of attention is in the field of autonomous agents with popular apps like Auto-GPT, BabyAGI, and more coming out recently. These agents work iteratively to perform a given task, thinking through the problems and then solving them by using a host of APIs. In this session, I'll explain intuitively how these agents work and how anyone can quickly create customized bots using open-source tools like LangChain and powered by the latest OpenAI models like GPT-4 through the Azure OpenAI service! No prerequisite knowledge of LLMs or machine learning is expected, and basic programming skills should be good enough to get going. I'd also love to show a demo in the end, if the time permits.


Jayesh Sharma

Platform Engineer, ZenML

Jayesh is deeply fascinated by technology and currently builds and manages the infrastructure for machine learning applications over at ZenML. He plans his days to maintain a balance between coding, sports and music, and will never refuse a chance to go hiking in the nature!

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