Top 7 Ways to Use Auto-GPT Tools in Your Browser

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Installing Auto-GPT is not simple, especially if you’re not a coder, because you need to set up Docker and do all the tech stuff. And even if you’re a coder you may not want to go through the hassle. In this article, I’ll show you some easy Auto-GPT web interfaces that’ll make the job easier!

Tool #1 – Auto-GPT on Hugging Face

Hugging Face user aliabid94 created an Auto-GPT web interface (100% browser-based) where you can put in your OpenAI API key and try out Auto-GPT in seconds.

To get an OpenAI API key, check out this tutorial on the Finxter blog or visit your paid OpenAI account directly here.

The example shows the Auto-GPT run of an Entrepreneur-GPT that is designed to grow your Twitter account. 💰😁

Tool #2 –

I haven’t tried but the user interface looks really compelling and easy to use. Again, you need to enter your OpenAI API key and you should create a new one and revoke it after use. Who knows where the keys are really stored?

Well, this project looks trustworthy as it’s also available on GitHub.

Tool #3 – AgentGPT

AgentGPT is an easy-to-use browser based autonomous agent based on GPT-3.5 and GPT-4. It is similar to Auto-GPT but uses its own repository and code base.

I have written a detailed comparison between Auto-GPT and AgentGPT on the Finxter blog but the TLDR is that it’s easier to setup and use at the cost of being much more expensive and less suitable for long-running tasks.

Tool #4 – AutoGPT UI with Nuxt.js

AutoGPT UI, built with Nuxt.js, is a user-friendly web tool for managing AutoGPT workspaces. Users can easily upload AI settings and supporting files, adjust AutoGPT settings, and initiate the process via our intuitive GUI. It supports both individual and multi-user workspaces. Its workspace management interface enables easy file handling, allowing drag-and-drop features and seamless interaction with source or generated content.

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Before you go, here are a few additional notes.

Token Usage and Revoking Keys

To access Auto-GPT, you need to use the OpenAI API key, which is essential for authenticating your requests. The token usage depends on the API calls you make for various tasks.

You should set a spending limit and revoke your API keys after putting them in any browser-based Auto-GPT tool. After all, you don’t know where your API keys will end up so I use a strict one-key-for-one-use policy and revoke all keys directly after use.

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The possibilities with Auto-GPT innovation are vast and ever-expanding.

For instance, researchers and developers are creating new AI tools such as Godmode (I think it’s based on BabyAGI) to easily deploy AI agents directly in the web browser.

With its potential to grow and adapt, Auto-GPT is poised to make an impact on numerous industries, driving further innovation and advancements in AI applications.

🌐 AutoGPT Chrome extension is another notable add-on, providing an easily accessible interface for users.

Yesterday I found a new tool called JARVIS (HuggingGPT), named after the J.A.R.V.I.S. artificial intelligence from Ironman, that is an Auto-GPT alternative created by Microsoft research that uses not only GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 but other LLMs as well and is able to generate multimedia output such as audio and images (DALL-E). Truly mindblowing times we’re living in.

🤖 Recommended: Auto-GPT vs Jarvis HuggingGPT: One Bot to Rule Them All