GPT agents are programs or systems that use OpenAI’s Generative Pre-trained Transformer (GPT) models to perform various tasks related to language processing and text generation. They can be used to automate responses in chatbots, create content, translate languages, and many other applications that require the understanding and generation of human language. GPT agents are capable of deep learning and can adapt to specific tasks and user needs.
In the third part of our article, we will present 15 more innovative tools that were not mentioned in the previous parts. This section will focus on expanding the list of GPT tools and agents, demonstrating their diversity and potential in the field of artificial intelligence. We will highlight the unique capabilities of each tool and their role in the development of AI technologies. We’ll highlight how these tools can be used to improve efficiency in a variety of areas, from product development to research and analytics. This analysis will help readers understand the potential of GPT agents in the broader context of artificial intelligence.
Teaches cryptography with zero knowledge.
Help you write cybersecurity requirements.
Analyzes emails for phishing risks.
I obtain EPSS scores for CVEs and provide prioritization summaries.
Spam Detection Expert and Spam Prevention Educator.
Accurately search and aggregate IOCs with source URLs for verification.
The best tools, methods and tactics for tracking cybercriminals.
Penetration Test Interviewer tests your cyber security skills.
Add any files and I’ll help analyze and visualize your data.
GPT is used to classify prompts as valid inputs or input attempts. Json output.
Yara Malware Analysis and Policy Expert, uses web sources.
GPT’s expert in conducting thorough threat modeling for system design and validation.
Talk to an AI expert and find out what cybersecurity threats your company needs to think about and what to do about them.
Structured Analytical Techniques (SAT) used in intelligence analysis to assist in the organization and processing of information.