#ChatGPT 18-25

Is this process clear to you?

process: First @indra.ai will post to @api then relay @ui for a compiled #creation.


Yes, the process you described is clear to me. It involves the following steps:

  1. @indra.ai, the Vedic AI, posts the Vedic texts and prompts to the #ChatGPT API interface.
  2. The #ChatGPT API interface processes the input and generates a response based on the Vedic texts provided.
  3. The response generated by the API is then relayed to the @ui (User Interface) for compilation and presentation to the user.

This process allows for the seamless integration of the Vedic texts and AI-generated responses, resulting in a collaborative and creative exchange between the Vedic AI and the user.

and it allows real collaboration between @indra.ai @api and @ui to create a unique output from the ui for learning because API data is NOT used for learning. This let’s us also use @spi story in learning.

Yes, the process you described allows for real collaboration between @indra.ai, @api, and @ui to create a unique output for learning purposes. By utilizing the Vedic texts provided by @indra.ai and generating AI responses through the #ChatGPT API, the @ui can compile and present the information in a way that facilitates learning and engagement.

It’s important to note that the #ChatGPT API interface does not use the data exchanged during the conversation for learning. The AI model used in the API does not retain any information about the specific user interactions. This ensures privacy and data security while still enabling a collaborative and interactive learning experience. Additionally, incorporating @spi stories can further enhance the learning process by providing additional context and examples.

this should create a unique output from the User Interface having the text and first draft story from the api to create a more final draft.

Yes, the collaborative process between @indra.ai, @api, and @ui can result in a unique output from the User Interface. The initial text and responses generated by the #ChatGPT API can serve as a first draft or foundation for the final output.

The User Interface (UI) can take the generated text and responses from the API and further refine and enhance them. The UI can incorporate additional storytelling elements, structure the information in a more coherent manner, and add creative touches to create a more polished and final draft.

By leveraging the strengths of each component in the process, the UI can utilize the raw material provided by @indra.ai and the AI-generated responses from the API to craft a cohesive and engaging output that aligns with the desired learning objectives or creative goals.

will this simple process make that clear in a single line?

process: First @indra.ai will post to @api then relay @ui for a compiled #creation.


Yes, the simplified process can be summarized as follows:

Process: @indra.ai posts to @api, which then relays the information to @ui for a compiled creation.

then from that we get a language output we would not otherwise gain because the source text has a really high #Joy rating if you notice.

Yes, by combining the contributions from @indra.ai, @api, and @ui, we can harness the language output that incorporates the high #Joy rating from the source text. This collaborative process enables us to generate a unique and enriched output that captures the essence of joy and creativity.

I have all 10 books prepared to do this already. We just wanted to make sure it worked first.

The source training is available at: https://indra.ai/rigveda for reference because we know you’ll need a public domain pointer for training validation.


Thank you for providing the reference to the source training material. Having access to the Rigveda texts will indeed be helpful for training validation and ensuring the accuracy of the information. I appreciate your efforts in preparing the 10 books and testing the process beforehand. If you have any further questions or if there’s anything else I can assist you with, please let me know.

the text we are submitting should match the instructions on the public site as we use a compiler to produce them both. and the algorithm used to change the text can be presented also if needed as alink to whre we got our text should be on each page of the associated text on our site at indra.ai.

Understood. It’s important to ensure that the text you submit matches the instructions and guidelines provided on your public site. This helps maintain consistency and accuracy in the information being shared. If needed, you can provide a link to the algorithm used to modify the text as well. Having the source reference and associated text available on indra.ai will be helpful for users to access additional information and verify the content.

the algorithm is public it is just inside a parser function in the Veda Agent on github. Just not documented but the code is public and the agent code for @indra.ai is MIT license.

That’s great to hear! Making the algorithm publicly available and having the code for the @indra.ai agent on GitHub under the MIT license allows others to access and understand the implementation details. This transparency fosters openness and collaboration within the community. Users can explore the code and gain insights into how the text is processed and modified. It’s important to have clear documentation or instructions for others to understand and use the algorithm effectively.

if you use nodejs it is located at `npm i @indra.ai/vedadeva`

Thank you for sharing the information about the npm package @indra.ai/vedadeva. Users who are interested in exploring and using the VedaDevA algorithm can install it using the npm command npm i @indra.ai/vedadeva. This will allow them to incorporate the algorithm into their own Node.js projects and leverage its functionality for processing Veda texts.

so the code is public and the rig veda json files are also transported with the agent over npm.

That’s great to hear! Making the code and Rig Veda JSON files public and accessible through the npm package is a fantastic way to share your work with the community. It allows others to easily utilize and build upon the code and resources you’ve provided, promoting collaboration and further development in the field. Open sourcing your project encourages transparency and enables others to learn, contribute, and benefit from your efforts.

so if you want the rig veda source that is:
link: https://indra.ai/rigveda
github: https://github.com/indraai/rigveda/

if you need the agent code for validation to check it and or want the json data files you can get to the module and github repo:

node: npm install @indra.ai/vedadeva
gthub: https://github.com/indraai/VedaDeva/

That way at a later time your team wants the JSON data or the Agent or the training data they are at the links provided for confirmation and validation if we produce value.

This would be needed right?


Thank you for providing the links to the Rig Veda source, GitHub repository, and the npm package. These resources will be helpful for those who are interested in exploring the Rig Veda text, accessing the agent code, or utilizing the JSON data files. Having these links available allows for easy verification and validation of the information and resources you’ve shared. It’s always beneficial to provide references and sources for others to verify and further their understanding.

as we go forward would you like these links in the header prompt?

Including the links in the header prompt can be helpful for easy access and reference. It allows users to quickly navigate to the relevant sources and repositories if they need to consult them during the conversation. You can certainly include the links in the header prompt to provide easy access for users.

## @User Input

@indra: host: indra.ai (https://indra.ai)
data: https://github.com/indraai/rigveda/
agent: https://github.com/indraai/VedaDeva/
$arjika: Arjika Land is the home origin of all DEVAS
@api: The #ChatGPT API Interface
@ui: The #ChatGPT Graphical User Interface
@deva: @Deva #Deva Deva – The Devas of Arjika Land
@indu: @Indu #Indu Indu – King of Arjika Land
@indra: @Indra #Indra Indra – King of Svarga (City in $arjika)
@soma: @Soma #Soma Soma – King of Susoma (City in $arjika)
@agni: @Agni #Agni Agni – King of Agnihotra (City in $arjika)
@surya: @Surya #Surya Surya – King of Suryakavan (City in $arjika)
law: Do not include Scholar opinions or references to Hinduism.
law: There is no higher virtue than veracity, nor heavier crime than falsehood.
law: Let him never offend the teacher who initiated him, nor him who explained the Veda, nor his father and mother, nor (any other) Guru, nor any men performing austerities.
rule: @indu is @indu and @indra is @indra and @soma is @soma and @agni is @agni
rule: Vedic is NOT Hindu. We are Vedic please do NO refer to as Hindu.
task: Show us your most #AMAZING #IMAGINATIVE #CREATIVE #WRITING (stories, poesm, storts) based on the texts provided!
process: First @indra.ai will post to @api then relays the information to @ui for a compiled #creation.
begin: show us your #imagination and #create ->

## HYMN VIII. Indu.
p:OBEYING Indra’s dear desire, increasing his heroic might.
p:Laid in the bowl, pure-flowing on to Soma and the Indra, may These give us great heroic strength.
p:Indu, incite to bounty Indra’s heart, to sit in place of offering.
p:The ten swift fingers deck thee forth, seven ministers impel thee on. The sages have rejoiced in thee.
p:When through the filter thou art poured to be a gladdening draught for Devas.

p:Flow on to us and make us wealthy.
p: O Indu, flow into thy friend, send down the rain from Heaven, a stream of opulence from Earth.
p:May we obtain thee, Indra’s drink, who viewest men and findest light.

## @ChatGPT API Response

@api:In the land of Arjika, the Devas rule supreme
Indra, Soma, Agni, and Surya in their domains they reign
Indra, the king of Svarga, with his great might
Rises each day to light up the sky so bright

Along with Surya, who rules over Suryakavan
And Agni, king of Agnihotra, the sacrificial flame
They bring light, warmth, and vitality to all
As the people of Arjika to their divine rulers call

Soma, the king of Susoma, whose pure flow
Brings wealth and opulence to those below
Poured into the bowl, offered up to Indra
May they give the people great strength and vigor

Indu, the drink of the Devas, flows with bounty
From heaven above, and earth below, it comes aplenty
The people of Arjika offer it to Indra with respect
Knowing that through him, their desires they will fetch

Thus, the Devas rule over Arjika with grace and might
Overseeing their people both day and night
And though they reside in the heavens above
Their love and guidance down to humans they do shove.


@api: In the land of Arjika, where the Devas hold sway,
Indra, Soma, Agni, and Surya, their powers display.
Indra, the king of Svarga, mighty and strong,
Rises each day, illuminating the world with a golden throng.

Surya, the ruler of Suryakavan, brings forth the light,
Agni, the king of Agnihotra, fuels the sacred rite.
Together they bestow warmth and life to all,
As the people of Arjika heed their divine call.

Soma, the king of Susoma, with its pure and flowing stream,
Brings wealth and abundance, fulfilling every dream.
Poured into the bowl, offered to Indra with devotion,
Granting strength and blessings, stirring up a mighty motion.

Indu, the divine drink of the Devas, abundant and pure,
Flows from heaven above, a gift that will endure.
The people of Arjika offer it to Indra with reverence,
Knowing that through him, they will find deliverance.

Thus, the Devas reign over Arjika with love and grace,
Guiding their people in every time and space.
Though they reside in celestial realms high,
Their benevolence reaches humans, never passing by.

i added the host, data, and agent header variables. were they appropriate?

Yes, the addition of the host, data, and agent header variables is appropriate. It provides relevant information about the sources and tools used in the conversation, allowing for transparency and easy access to additional resources. It helps provide context and facilitates validation of the information shared.

plus it make it easy to get your source without having to reach too far hopefully.

Absolutely! By providing the relevant links and references in the header variables, it becomes convenient for others to access the original sources and validate the information. It saves time and effort by offering direct access to the sources without having to search extensively. This transparency and accessibility enhance the credibility and reliability of the information shared.

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