[ExI] Auto-GPT and BabyAGI autonomous agents

Giovanni Santostasi gsantostasi at gmail.com
Sat Apr 15 22:40:48 UTC 2023

I had the same idea and explained it here some time ago. One could use the
output of GPT-4 and feed them back to create a stream of consciousness to
give agency to GPT-4. Also, memory could be added by keeping a record on a
third-party app of the convos. I had the idea but didn't implement it and
somebody beat me to it. It is a great next step in making more useful these
LLMs. Of course, our doomsayers friends are dooming even more than before.
I'm planning to work with these agents soon.
One should be given the task to upload lobsters' brains (what a great book
is Accelerando). I'm going to the store to get some live ones. I will let
you know when it is done.

On Sat, Apr 15, 2023 at 3:05 PM BillK via extropy-chat <
extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org> wrote:

> Auto-GPT and BabyAGI: How ‘autonomous agents’ are bringing generative
> AI to the masses
> Autonomous agents may mark an important step toward a world where
> AI-driven systems are smart enough to work on their own, without need
> of human involvement.
> By Mark Sullivan    04-13-23
> <
> https://www.fastcompany.com/90880294/auto-gpt-and-babyagi-how-autonomous-agents-are-bringing-generative-ai-to-the-masses
> >
> Quote:
> Over the past week, developers around the world have begun building
> “autonomous agents” that work with large language models (LLMs) such
> as OpenAI’s GPT-4 to solve complex problems. While still very new,
> such agents could represent a major milestone in the productive
> application of LLMs.
> In general terms, autonomous agents can generate a systematic sequence
> of tasks that the LLM works on until it’s satisfied a preordained
> “goal.” Autonomous agents can already perform tasks as varied as
> conducting web research, writing code, and creating to-do lists.
> And that’s a big part of the reason for all the current interest in
> (and hype around) autonomous agents. They suggest an important step
> toward artificial general intelligence (AGI), where AI-driven systems
> are smart enough to work on their own, without need of human
> involvement.
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