The final chapter of the book Exploring GPT-3 walks-through building a web app that lets users ask questions which get answered from documents that GPT-3 derives the answers from. I just shared the code on GitHub along with a 2-minute tutorial video (below) that steps through getting the code working. The goal was to provide a simple but complete GPT-3 powered application for learning but I’ve tried to cover everything that would be required to get through the OpenAI review process (like rate-limiting, content filtering, etc). If this is helpful at all, please let me know and I’ll plan to create more examples. Thanks!
Thanks givings for your sharing of knowledge. It’s a very useful contribution and I am grateful for it.
Thanks so much for the kind feedback, @Datasculptor! It’s very encouraging to know that it’s helpful.
DUDE YOU’RE AWESOME!!!
Hey @Spoonman thanks for the kind words! I’m glad you found the post helpful. I’m actually also working on a blockchain project at the moment although not GPT-3 related at all. I’m pretty much heads down on the blockchain project at the moment but I’ll be sharing more GPT-3 stuff. I also authored a book Exploring GPT-3 which provides a lot more code examples. You can find that at: Exploring GPT-3: An unofficial first look at the general-purpose language processing API from OpenAI: Tingiris, Steve, Kinsella, Bret: 9781800563193: Amazon.com: Books - Also, if you have questions you can also ping me on Discord here: Exploring GPT-3 - Thanks again for the love from NEW ORLEANS!
Wow, super helpful. Thanks. Leslie
Brilliant really impressed
You’re very welcome, Leslie! Thanks for the comment.
Thanks, James! I’m glad you like it.