Ever since I tried ChatGPT and GPT-3, everything else feels painfully dumb and useless: Siri, Alexa, Google Home and all other “smart” assistants.
Here’s the shocking thing: you can build your own in less than an hour!
My other AI Assistant
To demonstrate how you can use assistants like this for other use-cases, I created an AI Car Mechanic you can discuss your car related issues with:
You can discuss any car related issue or specific OBD error code from your car with this AI Chat Assistant.
I have a fully built HomeKit smart home with dozens of lights, thermostats, underfloor heating, ventilation unit, cameras and a lot more, so I thought it would be great if I could replace Siri with GPT-3.
I asked GPT-3 to pretend to be the smart brain of my house, carefully explained what it can access around the house and how to respond to my requests.
I explained all this in plain English with no programme code involved.
Before we go into the details, here’s the demo. Bear in mind that the responses are always personalised and is not limited to what’s in the demo. You can literally ask anything you want and any way you want it!
“Programming” the Home Assistant
GPT-3, and especially ChatGPT are language models trained on conversational data which means they are extremely good at understanding and responding to human instructions.
If you tried any of these chat bots, you know how easily you can ask questions and get responses in a wide range of formats. The…