pyXA is an open-source, flexible, high-performance function serving framework for Charlotte AI.
An open-source, flexible, high-performance function serving framework for Charlotte AI.
Built by XA and contributors.
Table of Contents
- Why pyXA?
- Let's get Started
- How this works?
- In pipeline
Running a Conversational Heuristic Assistant (this is about you Charlotte) is a pain by itself, but running it parallelly with some high level custom actions comes with whole new set of problems. Deploying them on cloud servers is another pain. So in order to solve this issue, I thought of developing a simple yet fully functional, easily deployable Python package which will not speed up* but would streamline the workflow of the AI Assistants. Well, there's a lot to develop here & even more room for improvement and I've barely started to address this issue. So, I've made the project open-source thus anyone interested in this idea or willing to help me out can contribute and improve the code.
What is pyXA?
pyXA is an open source software library for high-performance complex
functional programming. Its flexible architecture allows easy deployment
of its functional usage across a variety of domains.
Originally inspired by TensorFlow & Rasa, it comes with strong support for continuous updates, reliable functions and overall ease of use.
Let's get Started
Yes, I need to update a lot here... *sigh*
You can find all the updates happening/made to this project here.
As of now, it's just me... *sigh*. Feel free to contribute.
Licensed under the Apache License 2.0. Copyright 2019 XAMES3.
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