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OpenAI Fundamentals

Are you ready to start creating systems and applications using AI? In this track, you'll learn how to use the OpenAI API in Python to begin creating diverse applications like chatbots, semantic search engines, and recommendation systems. You'll discover how organizations worldwide are building new AI products and features built on the OpenAI API. Through hands-on coding exercises, you’ll learn how to send prompts to OpenAI's GPT models to solve a wide range of real-world problems. You'll learn state-of-the-art prompting techniques to get the most out of these models. Finally, you'll learn to encode large text corpora to begin creating context-aware applications using embeddings.

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Working with the OpenAI API

Start your journey developing AI-powered applications with the OpenAI API. Learn about the functionality that underpins popular AI applications like ChatGPT.

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