Enhancement of ChatGPT using API Wrappers Techniques
Keywords:API wrappers, ChatGPT, GPT-3, OpenAI, HTTP requests
This study looks at how API (Application Programming Interface) wrapper technology can make it easier to use complex functions by putting together a lot of API calls. These packages have non-real-time interfaces that are hard to use. ChatGPT is a chatbot-specific GPT-3 language paradigm. It lets developers create chatbots that respond intelligently to natural language user input, creating a more engaging user experience. This article shows that ChatGPT, Python, and API wrapper technology may be used to develop a smart chatbot. We show how to use the OpenAI API library to add ChatGPT to Python programs. This makes it easier for developers to make chatbots that sound and act more like real people when they talk. Our contribution to this field is showing that it is possible to make smart chatbots with ChatGPT and API wrapper technology. To reach this goal, we use a system that combines the OpenAI API with ChatGPT and Python. This gives us valuable information about how to make smart chatbots. The efficiency of the system has been tested many times while applying it to different environments, and the results are satisfactory.
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