Implementing a chatbot in a JUCE application

Has anyone ever tried implementing a chatbot in a JUCE project?
Can you implement a basic python chatbot script with pybind11 in a JUCE project? Are there better ways to implement this feature?
I would really appreciate any suggestions or insights on this.

Where is the chatbot running? On a server? Can’t you just implement a frontend between the Juce App and the server, maybe using WebSockets?

Basically, the chatbot is to be on a secondary window on top of the primary window of my application. I do not want to use a server. I am trying to send prompts and receive responses from chatgpt through text editors.
Is that possible?

It’s not clear to me what powers the chatbot… If it’s not on a remote server, is it in a separate executable? A dynamic library? Or are you trying to write one from the ground up?

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Okay. Let’s forget about my current implementation.
What would you suggest my approach or steps should be when trying to create a chatbot window in my JUCE app with ready-made AI models like chatgpt?

I’ve been thinking about trying something similar.


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Usually you put the actual chatbot on a server, which can be written using any language, including Python, etc.

You can then expose some trivial interface into it, like an http request that you can call from the app/plugin, like with juce::URL.

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If you use HTTP technique as @eyalamir suggests, you can also switch to a local version which runs on a local interface without having to change your API


Thanks for the help guys.