AI Library - Education Section Summarization

Created by team Hackaholics on January 12, 2024

This was a collaboration between two finalists in the Open Interpreter Hackathon. Using mixtral-8x7b-24 the large language model for open-interpreter now allows a user to access a llm that beats chatgpt in certain metrics. For our use case we use huggingface as a provider. Meaning this workflow is free of charge. However, the dataset was vectorized using openai due to time constraints. Similar to the open-interpreter toolkit the user is able to have the agent use scripts as tools. The tool we made is query_documents. How the user is not only able to use the agent to sort books, but now they can be queried. This allows for very interesting workflows. One the the future uses of this is to modify the outputs using agentprotocols. We continued the progress of a former hackathon on LabLab.AI found here. The world's first self-coded, self-categorized, and self-sorted library in the world found here: This time we did mass book summarization of the Education category in order to prepare to create an educational administrator agent to practice sales pitches for an AI literacy curriculum. Enjoy the video. Be well. Here's the link to the leaders' project as well:

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"Interesting choice of soundtrack for the presentation. A speaker would've helped communicate the abilities of your agent and it's potential commercial uses. But seeing Mixtral acting as a code interpreter is pretty cool."


Hardik Vala


"excellent work. voieover your ppt would have been perfect to deliver your idea correctly. demo also would prove your concept is working fine. more time is needed to complete your work and show your mvp efficiently. keep working on it. good luck"


Walaa Nasr Elghitany

Data scientist and doctor