I went through every. single. thread. and picked out my favorite projects that I felt were worth sharing. If you think I missed something or someone important, please let me know!
The people participating in forums like these are often indie devs, idea people, tinkerers, and regular guys/gals who simply love the technology and are trying to build something cool. You don’t often get the credit you deserve. Hopefully you’re having fun building and enjoying the journey. DREAM BIG!
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Hey Rob! How are you? I wanted to tell you about a new SaaS service I just released this week that has me really excited. I’m still polishing some technical details, but it’s ready for you to try.
I built it using the GPT embeddings and chatGPT API to create an advanced FAQ system. Basically, anyone can create a collection of questions and answers for their services or products and chatGPT will respond to website visitors 24/7. It’s crazy!
The best part is that you don’t even need to have a website to try it out. When you open an account, I give you a page where you can receive your users or clients. And I’m launching it in FREEMIUM mode, so you can try it out without any commitment.
Sorry if it seems like I’m giving you a hard sell! But as freelancers, we’re always looking for new ways to showcase our projects. I hope you can take a look and if you like it, add it to your compilation! If you have any criticisms or suggestions, they’re always welcome.
Hugs and thanks for that compilation of 35+… I still haven’t finished going through everything! There are some really interesting projects there. See you later!
Technical note: With this first project working with a language model, it has become clear to me that the biggest challenge is building a prompt that works well. It is particularly difficult to avoid what some are already calling “prompt injection”. This revolution is really interesting, especially for people like me who have been interested in AI since the 90s.