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Autonomous ChatGPT (AutoGPT) will disrupt Search

Autonomous ChatGPT (AutoGPT) will disrupt Search

The rise of AutoGPTs, automatic GPT engines, has been making waves in the AI world. These powerful machines are capable of doing almost anything a human can do, and even more. With the ability to complete complex tasks, generate content, and more, AutoGPTs could potentially pave the way for AGI, or Artificial General Intelligence.

However, this new technology could also create a significant problem for Google, as Indie hackers and VCs with little to no coding experience are creating their own AutoGPTs that could rival Google's own AI capabilities.

In this blog post, we'll explore the potential of AutoGPTs, their impact on the AI landscape, and how they could be a game-changer for the future of technology.


  • AutoGPTs are automatic GPT engines that can perform any task assigned to them.
  • They are very new and there are many different types popping up.
  • Baby AGI is an experimental AI founded by a VC in Seattle that can do tasks on its own.
  • AutoGPTs can be created even by people who have no idea how to code.
  • They can work together with multiple GPTs to perform tasks, act as task managers, and have short and long-term memory.
  • It is possible that AutoGPTs could lead to AGI, which is a path some researchers are exploring.
  • Microsoft's Jarvis and OpenAI's GPT-5 are examples of AutoGPTs.

Additional details:

  • AutoGPTs can potentially be used for business tasks, such as VC associates, and can confirm actions through text messages.
  • AutoGPTs can prioritize tasks, send task results, and clean task lists.
  • Some researchers believe that a simple prompting or recursion could bridge the gap between GPT-4 and AGI.
  • The culture and community of OpenAI are contributing to the rapid advancement of AI.

AGI (Artificial General Intelligence)

  • AGI refers to an AI that can do anything a human can do.
  • AutoGPTs are being explored as a potential path to AGI.
  • AGI could have significant implications for various industries and could potentially change the role of humans in society.

Additional details:

  • The gap between GPT-4 and AGI may be bridged by tiny, simple improvements, as seen in the difference between GPT-3 and GPT-4.
  • Researchers have mixed opinions on whether AutoGPTs can lead to AGI, and some believe that the path to AGI is more complex than just using GPTs.
  • AGI could potentially solve various societal problems but also raises ethical concerns about the role of AI in society.

Google's response and potential impact

  • Google's culture is being compared unfavorably to that of OpenAI, with some saying that Google is more interested in ski trips than grind culture.
  • Google is pushing for the regulation of AI rather than trying to catch up with the rapid advancement of AutoGPTs.
  • OpenAI's culture and community, along with their plugins and hacker community, have given them an advantage in the advancement of AI.
  • Google's problem with bad content and ads may worsen as more AI content is mass-produced.
  • AutoGPTs are experimental and not impressive to some researchers, while others believe it is too soon to count Google out.

Additional details:

  • Google plans to upgrade to more capable models that will bring more capabilities in recent encoding and answering math questions.
  • AutoGPTs are still in their early stages and may have a bubble hype effect.
  • The Ani branch of AI includes single-use things such as smart speakers, self-driving cars, and web search AI, while AGI can do anything a human can do.
  • OpenAI and Microsoft are hitting hard and fast, potentially impacting Google's position in the AI market.