Open Interpreter is a user-friendly tool that runs AI on your computer

If you had asked me a year ago how to launch a Python script, I honestly wouldn’t have been able to help you. But ever since tools like ChatGPT hit the scene, I’ve been doing things I never imagined. Today, I can launch a Python script as quickly as I can whip up a sentence. Now, let’s get this straight: I’m not a developer or someone fluent in code. I’d love to learn, but running a tech site and juggling a thousand other tasks leaves me with little time. So, when I stumbled upon Open Interpreter, I was simply astounded. Open Interpreter is an open-source tool making waves. Conceived by developer Killian Lucas, it’s a local version of OpenAI’s Code Interpreter. It’s designed to be as straightforward as having a conversation, but instead of exchanging pleasantries, you’re executing code on your own computer. The best part? You don’t need to be a coding whizz to use it. Play Imagine this: You’re having a chat with your computer, but instead of discussing the weather, you’re running code. Wild, right? For example, I had the app create me a simple reminder system. The only input I gave it was “build me a reminders app.” And well, look at that. Granted it’s not an app I can launch on my desktop, but at the same time, I never told it to make me one like that. That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Fancy running your computer in dark mode? Ask Open Interpreter. Need to summarize a lengthy PDF? Just…Open Interpreter is a user-friendly tool that runs AI on your computer

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