Open Assistant

A chat-based assistant that understands tasks, can interact with third-party systems, and retrieve information dynamically

NOTE: OpenAssistant is completed, and the project is now finished. Thank you to everyone who contributed! Check out our blog post for more information.

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Yannic Kilcher presented Open Assistant at the DINAcon 2023, sharing "A brief insight into the open source world in the field of artificial intelligence and where the data for it comes from."

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Recommended intro resources from the LAION team:

Open Assistant is now concluded as a project, so we can no longer use the interactive online chatbot. However, the source code and the model remains accessible through GitHub. We used HuggingChat (LLaMA 2) to generate some HACKnight challenges based on the Open Assistant's README.


{ hacknight challenges }

Create a simple chatbot that responds to basic user queries using pre-defined answers. The chatbot should be able to understand basic natural language inputs and respond accordingly.

Implement a rating system for the chatbot's responses. Users should be able to rate the helpfulness of the chatbot's responses, and the ratings should be used to improve the chatbot's performance over time.

Implement a reinforcement learning algorithm to train the chatbot to generate better responses over time. The algorithm should use the ratings from the intermediate challenge as feedback to improve the chatbot's performance. Additionally, implement a mechanism to allow users to provide additional feedback, such as suggestions for alternative responses, to further improve the chatbot's performance.

Event finished

23.11.2023 23:30

Glorious purpose

Europe needs a viable alternative to ChatGPT! We hope this project continues in another form soon.

23.11.2023 18:02 ~ loleg

Event started

23.11.2023 17:30

Edited content version 5

23.11.2023 17:28 ~ loleg

Repository updated

23.11.2023 17:20 ~ loleg

Ask

23.11.2023 17:18

Challenge posted

23.11.2023 17:18 ~ loleg
 
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