This course contains 28 interactive scrims
28 lessons1 hour 57 min
The Reason+Act paradigm
OpenAI function calling
Automatic function calls
Prompt engineering 101
Controlling response format
Build your very own AI travel agent that will take care of all the boring booking tasks.
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This course will teach your the secrets behind building smarter and more capable AI agents.
We'll guide you through the art of creating prompts that make your Large Language Models (LLMs) perform multiple steps and taking actions along the way.
We'll start out going through the nuts and bolts of ReAct prompting, which is key to understanding how AI agents function under the hood. This subject blends psychology, computer science, and linguistics.
But it's not all theory. You'll get your hands dirty with practical exercises. You'll construct ReAct prompts, understand the 'loop' for continuous, context-aware AI chats, and set up the code that brings these advanced conversations to life.
This course isn't just about teaching AI to respond; it's about preparing you to build AI agents that interact with the world around them by invoking functions, and calling APIs.
It's perfect for anyone keen on building next-generation user experiences powered by AI.
AI (Artificial Intelligence) has transformed from science fiction to a real-world tool that people from all walks of life can use. But AI isn't just about robots and self-driving cars; it's about augmenting our capabilities, and making tasks easier, which opens up a world of possibilities for you.
The AI Engineer is a new kind of software engineer. As Latent Space founder Swyx put it ahead of hosting the AI Engineer Summit in October 2023, 'I think software engineering will spawn a new sub-discipline, specializing in applications of AI and wielding the emerging stack effectively. The AI Engineer. This will likely be the highest-demand engineering job of the decade.'