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ChatGPT Code Interpreter: amplifying chatGPT capabilities

OpenAI has announced that they are developing plugins for ChatGPT that will extend its capabilities. These plugins range from third-party tools like WolframAlpha and OpenTable to OpenAI's own browsing plugin and Code Interpreter. The Code Interpreter plugin allows users to generate, run, and analyze Python code, as well as upload and download files ranging from CSV data to images, all within the ChatGPT interface.


The Code Interpreter plugin is a powerful tool that allows users to analyze data, such as spreadsheets, and then perform functions like graphing, making it a valuable tool for both coding and research. Additionally, the plugin can string together different sections of code, taking the output of one and feeding it to another, making it easier to develop and test code within the ChatGPT interface.


One of the most exciting features of the Code Interpreter plugin is its ability to generate and manipulate sound. For example, users can ask ChatGPT to generate a Shepard tone, a sound illusion that seems like it's constantly getting higher in pitch, and then output it as a WAV file. Users can also generate music from Conway's Game of Life, and apply a pentatonic scale to make it more pleasing to the ear. The possibilities for generating "musical math" are endless.


Another interesting use case for the Code Interpreter plugin is its ability to generate and manipulate images. Using OpenCV and a simple face-finding algorithm, the plugin can create a function to find faces in an image. Users can also convert images to ASCII art or generate QR codes.


The Code Interpreter plugin is a powerful tool that can simplify and streamline the coding and research process. By allowing users to perform a variety of tasks within the ChatGPT interface, it eliminates the need to switch between multiple applications and environments, making it a valuable tool for developers, researchers, and anyone interested in exploring the intersection of code and AI.

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