At present, AgentGPT does not have the capability to generate outputs in this way. However, this is a feature we’re actively developing. To keep updated on this, check out our roadmap.
Not yet! We’re looking into implementing this functionality. To see when this might be available, take a look at our roadmap. We guarantee that actions such as “sending an email” will only occur with your explicit permission.
Due to limitations on API usage and infrastructure costs, there’s a cap on how much the Agent can run. To circumvent this, consider hosting AgentGPT locally using your own API key. Alternatively, subscribing to our pro plan will allow for increased limits. More details can be found in our setup documentation.
Currently, each Agent run is independent, so resuming isn’t possible. However, you can initiate another AgentGPT run using information from the previous run. We plan on adding this feature in the future. Stay updated via our roadmap.
Currently, free-tier users of AgentGPT utilize GPT-3.5, while PRO users have access to GPT-4. If you have API access to GPT-4, you can run AgentGPT locally using your API key.
The output length is limited to manage generation costs on our end. If you’re using your own API key, you can adjust the output length within the advanced settings by increasing the token count. If you’re a Pro user or are a running AgentGPT locally, you can adjust the output length winthin the advanced settings
While ChatGPT is designed to answer specific questions and maintain a conversation, AgentGPT is a platform where you can configure an AI agent to achieve a broad goal.
Both AgentGPT and AutoGPT are autonomous AI agent projects. However, while AutoGPT runs locally, AgentGPT is a web-based platform.
AgentGPT boasts a wide array of capabilities and we’re always working to expand them. To see some of its applications, visit our usecases page.
Yes, AgentGPT does have internet access.