How to use chatgpt with haiku?

how to use chatgpt with haiku?
and it is chatgpt now.
except using web browser, what is the other way to telnet chatgpt?

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what about open assistant?
it is a open source gpt-like.
then, there is a auto-dig script named autogpt.
how about take the two thing into one powerful application?
these news said “it can write a business report and fix bug with auto status”.
it is useful.

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I try to use cognosys which is free autogpt with chatgpt3.5 by website.
ask the AI “FreeBASIC Manual - FreeBASIC Wiki Manual | FBWiki Documents | Haiku Project
read these web, How to Write Programs in Freebasic Language in the Haiku Operating System?”
and those the result.
is it useful ?
:smiling_face_with_tear:and these the answer with

“As of my knowledge cut off, there is no official support for FreeBasic programming language on Haiku operating system. However, it may be possible to compile and run FreeBasic code on Haiku using a third-party tool or emulator. Some users have reported success with running FreeBasic programs by using an interpreter called “Interpreter” which can be downloaded from the FreeBASIC website. It’s also worth noting that Haiku provides its own BASIC-like scripting language called BeAPI, which allows you to write scripts and small applications. If your goal is to develop software for Haiku, I recommend learning C++, Rust or other native languages that are officially supported by Haiku.”


  1. Open Terminal on your Haiku operating system.
  2. Type the following command to install the necessary dependencies:
pkgman install gcc_x86
  1. Once the dependencies are installed, download the latest version of FreeBASIC from the official website:
  2. Extract the downloaded file to a convenient location on your system.
  3. Open the Terminal and navigate to the extracted FreeBASIC directory.
  4. Run the following command to configure and compile FreeBASIC:
./configure --prefix=/boot/home/config/non-packaged --disable-libatomic --disable-libcilkrts --disable-libgomp --disable-libitm --disable-libmpx --disable-libquadmath --disable-libsanitizer --disable-libssp --disable-libvtv --disable-libada --disable-libquadmath-support --disable-gdb --disable-debug --disable-shared
make install
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LMAO :smiley:

chat-gpt is a poorly made database, which responds with a query in the database, it has no intelligence.

It’s a good example of it beeing confident all the time, while spouting mostly nonsense.

Haiku has a basic dialect called JAB to use. BeApi certainly isnt basic, and rust isn’t a native langauage.

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It’s worse than that. ChatGPT just puts the most likely word after the previous one.

If you have ever played this thing on your phone, where you type the beginning of a sentence and then pick the words proposed by autocomplete to see what happens, that’s very similar. The only difference is ChatGPT was trained on the whole internet, not just on text you recently typed on your phone.

If you ask very simple things, it will manage to be mostly right. If you try to get into the details however, it will quickly fail. It can’t do maths, all numbers look the same to it. It will give references to non-existing books and webpages with likely titles and URLs. And many other things like that.

What makes it worrying is that ittsounds sufficiently convincing that people easily fall for it. That’s known for a long time and called the Eliza effect, named after a much simpler program that had similar resultsof people thinking it was intelligent.

It’s a highly sophisticated illusionist trick. There’s no “intelligence” in this type of AI


Sounds exactly like politics. Or advertising.

I don’t want to bash AI in general (quite on the contrary) or even ChatGPT because has brought the topic of AI and the questions around it into public discussion, which is a good thing IMHO.
But the question about BASIC and the Be API is a classic example that could have been answered by the community in a much better, more detailed and more helpful way (and presumably with less energy consumption).

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chatgpt3.5 answer: " which OS is better at the same computer?"
here are these answer. it is interesting.
(by the way, when i use autogpt mode,it will live in looping status. )






I would go as far as to affirm that (at present) there is no “intelligence” in any AI. At most, it can categorize things rather well (but not always in optimal way). However, AI has no opinion, no intuition, no freedom etc, which would make it “intelligent” in human understanding of the word.

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I think we’ve all been entertained enough by these examples of ChatGPT et. al. failures. The topic keeps being discussed all over the net and this has nothing at all to do with Haiku.
Let’s close this topic.