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Front end

Deploying AI technologies involves a variety of steps, one of which is understanding your visualization needs and implementing effective front ends. This is a crucial aspect as it enables users to interact with the technology in a user-friendly and intuitive manner.

Understanding Visualization Needs

The first step towards creating an effective front end is understanding your visualization needs. This process involves identifying the key data points and processes that need to be visualized and determining the most effective way to present this information to the user.

In addition, it's important to identify the simplest possible result for your end users. This means understanding your audience and presenting the information in a logical format that is easy for them to comprehend.

Implementing the Front End

Once you have a clear understanding of your visualization needs, the next step is to implement the front end. For AI technologies such as GPT, it's essential to have well-designed access points. These access points, or user interfaces, allow users to interact with the technology.

There are several popular repositories that can serve as a starting point for your product. These include:

Prominant and supported


Streamlit: This platform allows you to build machine learning and data science apps.

Streamlit agent


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Demo Examples

  • OobaBooga Text generation WebUI: This is a user-friendly interface for text generation.
  • DemoGPT: This tool connects Langchain and Streamlit to create dynamic apps that can be used repeatedly for interacting with Chat-GPTs.
  • GPT Graph: This tool allows for a graphical network representation of chat interactions.


By understanding your visualization needs and implementing an effective front end, you can ensure that your users have a smooth and intuitive experience when interacting with your AI technology.