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Building LLM Agents Using LangChain & OpenAI API
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Building LLM Agents Using LangChain & OpenAI API

Last Updated on May 13, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Youssef Hosni

Originally published on Towards AI.

When we think about large language models (LLM), we often imagine them as super-smart databases filled with internet knowledge, ready to answer any question we throw at them. But the reality is that they are clever assistants, able to understand what we tell them and help us figure things out.

That’s where LangChain’s Agents come in. It’s like giving your assistant superpowers! In agents, a language model is used as a reasoning engine to determine which actions to take and in which order.

In this guide, we’ll dive into what agents are, how to make them, and how to teach them to do all sorts of neat tricks, like searching Wikipedia, solving programming questions, and finally building your own agent.

Setting Up Working EnvironmentBuilding Math Tutor AgentBuilding Wikipedia Search AgentBuilding Python Programming Assistant AgentBuild Your Customized Agent

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