AI tutorials using Streamlit: Code AI with Rok

:robot: Hello world! :robot:

:wave: My name is Rok.

:date: In December 2022, I opened my OpenAI account and began exploring the API. It was so much fun! Shortly after, I started sharing knowledge on Stack Overflow. At the time, OpenAI was not yet as popular as today, but it started getting traction. Since today, I have helped hundreds of thousands of people solve their errors when implementing OpenAI APIs into different projects and have become the Top answerer of all time for OpenAI API questions on Stack Overflow .

:rocket: Fast forward to November 6, 2023, OpenAIโ€™s first DevDay, and I kicked off my YouTube channel. Why? Because Iโ€™m on a mission to share practical AI-related coding knowledge in video format. Letโ€™s skip the fluff and dive straight into the code!

:fire: Subscribe to my channel for hands-on AI implementation. In a world where everybody talks about AI, Iโ€™m here to show you how to make it work in real life.

PS: I want to emphasize that the purpose of my tutorials is not that you code parallel to me. For this matter, I always upload the full code to my GitHub profile . See the repository for tutorials .

PPS: Here I will post only those tutorials where Iโ€™m using Streamlit as a GUI. :balloon:

AI tutorial using Streamlit #1:

Graphical user interface for a travel recommendation RAG

In todayโ€™s tutorial, we are going to build a Streamlit :balloon: graphical user interface so that we can chat with a travel recommendation RAG using LlamaIndex with an OpenAI model. Iโ€™ll show you an example in Python.

See my GitHub repository with full code for the tutorial.