Task Management system for langchain

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How does it work?

The TaskManager gets created, with a goal, a list of tools, and its own LLM. It includes a bunch of prompts which is used internally. When initialized, it creates an initial list of tasks to get started (this behaviour is different when initializing with certain arguments, but I'll get into that later).

As a developer, it's up to you how you process those tasks, but you can see what I would do at the end of main.py. But, as a task is completed, you give the TaskManager the name of the task and the result. The TaskManager will then use another prompt to reflect on the results of this task. This is called the refinement process. If additional tasks are needed, they will be added here. Info that may be needed for future tasks is saved to stored_info, and stuff for the end result should go to final_result.

When the final goal has been met, the TaskManager will run the complete_func (which you can define in the initialization) which will - by default - save all variables to a file.

Cool features

  • Internal LLM to fix JSON output

  • Can persist state

  • Uses text-davinci-003 or something by default (cheap)