So I modified AutoGPT to do programming work completely autonomously. It will look at issue list, choose issue with highest priority & best chance of completing and starts to work on a solution. After a while, it submits a PR that passes all the tests and includes all the documentation. It also writes new tests for additions and fixes broken tests.
All this completely automatically and all you have to do is do a sanity check and check if the feature/fix works and merge.
It's not perfect, but it works more than it doesn't. It matters quite a bit how you word your issue and you need to include a lot of relevant information.
I am sitting here now thinking what I should do. It's not as good of a programmer as I am just yet, but maybe GPT-5? GPT-6?
I like programming, but I don't think think I will need to do it much longer.
I just sharded in your thread teehee
anon, things that you dreamed about are not real
time to get a real job and carpentermaxx
become a machine operator
i was a carpenter for a few years. It was really gay. It will probably be automated too with modular buildings soon. Programming is a way better job.
But with automation of carpentry, modular buildings is only half the work, only the new houses. People wanting renovations will most likely still need a carpenter because it's hard to connect new stuff to old stuff, there's too many maybe's and decisions made on the spot. There may be a similar thing with programming. We've seen AI write code from scratch by taking other peoples code and producing a few isolated functions of it's own. But will it be able to insert its code into a large messy poorly tested codebase where small changes could break things. We might just need to specialize in repairing old websites
there will be companies that run a scan of ur entire codebase and model it so that chatgpt can integrate with it as well as clean up the current codebase
In the future probably yeah but I think due to the fact it often gets single isolated functions wrong then it's going to be a while until it can both write correct code and edit a decent size existing codebase without breaking anything
The field as a whole will move on to ideas first and foremost. A lot of the implementation will be automated but will still require human verification.
>but will still require human verification
>hey gpt, verify that the code matches the spec
>What would you say...you do here?
>I physically deliver the spec from customer to the ai
>Can't the customer just talk to the AI?
>implying the customer knows how to read code and make changes if needed
Nobody needs to see the code let alone read it. Just like there are ai tools that can edit images without you having to even see the image. You just feed it .jpg and say make it smile. Then you ask it to verify it smiles.
May I see that in video form ?
the only thing that I know is that I'm going to be fucking rich fixing broken ass code written by LLMs
cool story bro but autogpt doesn't work
doesn't it ?
why not just use gpt to generate some reason why it can't be fixed or needs more data. it can do that
Hello sir my name is Babu Zoomerdeshirajistan and I am wanting to be using your AutomaticalGPT isn't it. I promise I will not use it to generate code for all of indias outsourced programming requirements. I am awaiting your revert sir
I have yet to see a rigorous analysis where AutoGPT actually outperforms just asking GPT-4 your question. Mostly it just wastes tokens.
It's like SD vs real artists all over again. Nothing changes for soft devs who are actually good at their job.
Title: Shit's broke
Description: I am trying to use your program but it just shows errors. Please fix this urgently as I need it to do my work.
How would it handle this ticket?
OP is a gay again, GPT4 is crap at any task that involves a chain of logic, and autoGPT just makes this problem explode out of control