26 Insane Auto-GPT and Baby AGI Alternatives You Ought to Try in 2023 : Chris

26 Insane Auto-GPT and Baby AGI Alternatives You Ought to Try in 2023
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Project 01: BabyAGI on Slack

Description: This project brings BabyAGI to Slack, with each thread representing a unique objective. Its author, Frank Chen, has enabled seamless integration with a popular communication platform.

Author: Frank Chen

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/frankc

Project 02: AgentGPT

Description: AgentGPT allows for the assembly, configuration, and deployment of autonomous AI agents right in your browser.

Author: Asim Shrestha

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/asimdotshrestha

Project 03: AgentLLM

Description: AgentLLM, developed by Ido Salomon, employs a browser-native LLM instead of ChatGPT, providing a unique approach to autonomous AI agents.

Author: Ido Salomon

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/idosal1

Project 04: BabyAGI-asi

Description: Run arbitrary Python code to perform tasks, creating routines for pyautogui, web scraping, and even controlling its memory.

Author: Bruno De Oliveira

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/LatentLich

Project 05: ai-legion

Description: Similar in spirit to AutoGPT and Baby AGI, but written in the superior language that is TypeScript (Author Description).

Author: eumemic

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/dysmemic

Project 06: yourgoal

Description: Swift (programming language) implementation of BabyAGI.

Author: PJ Gray

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/pj4533

Project 07: BabyAGIChatGPT

Description: Plug-in to run autonomous agents directly within ChatGPT

Author: Pietro Schirano

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/skirano

Project 08: Cognosys

Description: A web-based version of AutoGPT or Baby AGI.

Author: Sully Omarr

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/SullyOmarr

Project 09: Godmode

Description: A web-based version of AutoGPT or Baby AGI.

Authors: Lonis, Emil AhlbΓ€ck, and fant

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/SullyOmarr

Project 10: alphakit

Description: A team of autonomous AI agents for everyone

Author: Andrew Yu

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/andrewcyu

Project 11: Xircuits

Description: A comprehensive toolkit for experimenting with and creating BabyAGI and Auto-GPT-style Agents.

Author: Eduardo Gonzalez

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/wm_eddie

Project 13: babyagijs

Description: Eric Ciarla brings BabyAGI to the JavaScript community with his project.

Author: Eric Ciarla

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/ericciarla

Project 14: Teenage-AGI

Description: Sean Pixel’s project uses OpenAI and Pinecone to give memory to an AI agent and allows it to “think” before acting. Inspired by several Auto-GPT-related projects (predominantly Baby AGI) and the paper “Generative Agents: Interactive Simulacra of Human Behavior”.

Author: Sean Pixel

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/sean_pixel

Project 15: babyagi-perl

Description: BabyAGI for the Perl programming language.

Author: Nelson Ferraz

Project 16: gptagent.js

Description: A composable and extensible framework for creating AI agents with TypeScript/JavaScript.

Author: Lars Grammel

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/lgrammel

Project 17: babyagi-streamlit

Description: Streamlit web app to make it more accessible.

Author: Dory

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/dory111111

Project 18: Do Anything Machine

Description: Helps you keep track of your tasks, prioritize them, and allows you to deploy AI agents to get your work done for you.

Author: Garrett Scott

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegarrettscott

Project 19: Babyagi-as-a-service

Description: Integrate babyagi with your own applications – thanks to langchain-serve with one simple command – π₯𝐜-𝐬𝐞𝐫𝐯𝐞 𝐝𝐞𝐩π₯𝐨𝐲 π›πšπ›π²πšπ π’

Author: Deepankar Mahapatro

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/_deepankarm_

Project 20: gptrpg

Description: Chris Dzoba creates a simple RPG-like environment for an LLM-enabled AI Agent to exist in.

Author: Chris Dzoba

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChrisDzoba_

Project 21: BabyAGI-ts

Description: Port BabyAGI from Python to TypeScript and provide a friendly CLI tool that can be installed as a global NPM module

Author: Sam Hogan

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/0xSamHogan

Project 22: LLMitlessAPI

Description: API with one endpoint that does everything (literally).

Author: Adam Cohen Hillel

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/adamcohenhillel

Project 23: PuttyGPT

Description: Ryan William Grippeling’s project focuses on integrating numerous AI ideas into a cohesive whole. It’s still in its early stages but promises to be an exciting development.

Author: Ryan William Grippeling

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryangrippeling

Project 24: Chippr-AGI

Description: Cody Burns’ project is an open-source framework that uses AI models to automate task creation and prioritization. It’s built on NodeJS, Redis, and OpenAI/LLAMA.

Author: Cody Burns

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/DontPanicBurns

Project 25: Agent-LLM

Description: Josh XT’s Agent-LLM is a dynamic AI task management assistant with adaptive memory, web browsing, code evaluation, and a versatile plugin system for seamless integration with various AI providers.

Author: Josh XT

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/Josh_XT

Project 26: sharpagi

Description: C# dotnet implementation of BabyAGI.

Author: Sathyaraj Vadivel

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/sathyarajv

Project 27: twitter-agent🐣

Description: Twitter-Agent is an autonomous AI-powered agent for interacting directly with the Twitter API.

Author: BigSky

πŸ•Š Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigsky_7

This article draws projects from this BabyAGI GitHub repository (source). Check it out!

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