Jan 5, 2024
The New Computer Update
The New Computer Update is the most significant upgrade to Open Interpreter since
0.1.0. Almost every component has been rewritten to support our project's objective—building a standard interface between language models and computers.
1. The Computer API
In 2023, Open Interpreter started building the world's first real-time code execution environment for language models.
Now, we're creating an API for language models to use in that environment, starting with basic I/O controls like
We are also launching a free preview of the hosted tools that power
computer.mouse at api.openinterpreter.com.
2. OS Mode
You can instruct Open Interpreter to use the Computer API to control your computer graphically:
3. LMC Messages
To support the incoming
Computer architecture, the new messaging format that powers Open Interpreter extends OpenAI's messages format to include additional information, and a new role called
Read more about
LMC Messages here.
The Computer itself has been separated from Open Interpreter's Core, so you can run it independently:
This runs in the same Python instance that
interpreter uses, so you can define functions, variables, or log in to services before the AI starts running code.
In addition to these major updates,
0.2.0 comes with a suite of fixes and enhancement from our growing open-source community:
Full Changelog: v0.1.17...v0.2.0
Note: This update is not backwards compatible. If you use Open Interpreter in Python, please read our migration guide.
This is only the beginning. Happy 2024. ●
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