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Enable streaming support for openai v1 #597

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Why are these changes needed?

The OpenAI API, along with other LLM frameworks, offers streaming capabilities that enhance debugging workflows by eliminating the need to wait for complete responses, resulting in a more efficient and time-saving process.

This is a simple mechanism to support streaming.
Tested on openai v1.1.1.

To enable streaming just use this code:

llm_config={
    "config_list": config_list,
    # Enable, disable streaming (defaults to False)
    "stream": True,
}

assistant = autogen.AssistantAgent(
    name="assistant",
    llm_config=llm_config,
)

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Related to #465, #217

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Thanks for remaking the PR. I have one minor comment.

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gagb commented Nov 8, 2023

So this PR works for me! But I also noticed that it adds redundant prints to my console -- first the streamed output is printed and then entire sender->recipient msg. I am not sure I have suggestion for fix.

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@gagb yes you're right. I think this is happening because after the message has been streamed, the _process_received_message is called which calls the _print_received_message that prints the message. @Alvaromah a possible fix here is that we add a condition in the _process_received_message to only call _print_received_message when stream=False. What do you think??

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@gagb yes you're right. I think this is happening because after the message has been streamed, the _process_received_message is called which calls the _print_received_message that prints the message. @Alvaromah a possible fix here is that we add a condition in the _process_received_message to only call _print_received_message when stream=False. What do you think??

It could be a possible solution, but I see a couple of issues:

  1. How can we access 'stream' value within the '_process_received_message' function?
  2. The 'OpenAIWrapper' class may contain multiple configurations, and we would need to determine which one has been applied.

What do you think?

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@gagb yes you're right. I think this is happening because after the message has been streamed, the _process_received_message is called which calls the _print_received_message that prints the message. @Alvaromah a possible fix here is that we add a condition in the _process_received_message to only call _print_received_message when stream=False. What do you think??

It could be a possible solution, but I see a couple of issues:

  1. How can we access 'stream' value within the '_process_received_message' function?
  2. The 'OpenAIWrapper' class may contain multiple configurations, and we would need to determine which one has been applied.

What do you think?

Another solution could be to add a 'was_streamed' property to the response, indicating whether the result should be printed or not.

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@gagb yes you're right. I think this is happening because after the message has been streamed, the _process_received_message is called which calls the _print_received_message that prints the message. @Alvaromah a possible fix here is that we add a condition in the _process_received_message to only call _print_received_message when stream=False. What do you think??

It could be a possible solution, but I see a couple of issues:

  1. How can we access 'stream' value within the '_process_received_message' function?
  2. The 'OpenAIWrapper' class may contain multiple configurations, and we would need to determine which one has been applied.

What do you think?

Another solution could be to add a 'was_streamed' property to the response, indicating whether the result should be printed or not.

Can we check the type from openai's return?
what I did:

        # If the result is a generator, process it as a stream
        if isinstance(result, types.GeneratorType):
           ...

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I believe that the best solution would be to introduce a "was_streamed" property within the response object. This approach, however, would entail a refactoring of how we currently handle the response data.

Specifically, the method extract_text_or_function_call transforms the response object into a List[str], which inadvertently strips away valuable response metadata. This premature conversion is a concern because it leads to a loss of information that could be beneficial, not only for the present scenario but also for potential future use cases.

Nevertheless, I am aware that such a refactoring might be beyond the scope of this PR. My recommendation is to proceed with merging the current changes to integrate the initial version of streaming. This would allow us to leverage the streaming functionality sooner rather than later and evaluate the necessity of the proposed changes at a more appropriate time.

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sonichi commented Nov 9, 2023

Makes sense. Could you add a test though to cover the changed code? Also, please add the comments to the code about function streaming.

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I believe that the best solution would be to introduce a "was_streamed" property within the response object. This approach, however, would entail a refactoring of how we currently handle the response data.

Specifically, the method extract_text_or_function_call transforms the response object into a List[str], which inadvertently strips away valuable response metadata. This premature conversion is a concern because it leads to a loss of information that could be beneficial, not only for the present scenario but also for potential future use cases.

Nevertheless, I am aware that such a refactoring might be beyond the scope of this PR. My recommendation is to proceed with merging the current changes to integrate the initial version of streaming. This would allow us to leverage the streaming functionality sooner rather than later and evaluate the necessity of the proposed changes at a more appropriate time.

Oh, hey. I just revisited the question. There is an alternative possible:

  • We don't need to modify anything here, but allow the create function to return a generator type from oai, and we do the streaming in conversable agents. We only need to check the return type of client.create / or if streaming is true.

For current solution, if one only uses oai.create with streaming, there will always be prints, then we want to introduce a verbose parameter.

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@kevin666aa I'm not sure if I understand your suggestion correctly.
Are you suggesting leaving the client.py class as it is and manage the streaming within the conversational agent?

If that's the case:

  • How is caching handled?
  • The conversational agent expects an array of text messages. Wouldn't the conversational agent's workflow need to be modified?

Have you managed to get this approach working?

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ragyabraham commented Nov 9, 2023

@gagb yes you're right. I think this is happening because after the message has been streamed, the _process_received_message is called which calls the _print_received_message that prints the message. @Alvaromah a possible fix here is that we add a condition in the _process_received_message to only call _print_received_message when stream=False. What do you think??

It could be a possible solution, but I see a couple of issues:

  1. How can we access 'stream' value within the '_process_received_message' function?
  2. The 'OpenAIWrapper' class may contain multiple configurations, and we would need to determine which one has been applied.

What do you think?

Hey @Alvaromah that's a good point. Can we make stream a class variable so that it is accessible by _process_received_message??

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kevin666aa commented Nov 10, 2023

@kevin666aa I'm not sure if I understand your suggestion correctly. Are you suggesting leaving the client.py class as it is and manage the streaming within the conversational agent?

If that's the case:

  • How is caching handled?
  • The conversational agent expects an array of text messages. Wouldn't the conversational agent's workflow need to be modified?

Have you managed to get this approach working?

Thanks

Hello @Alvaromah, you are right,

  1. the caching is a problem and I didn't think it through. I didn't have caching for streaming objects. One possible solution is update the cache each time and using yield (see the pseudo code).
  2. The second point won't be a issue. When you call oai in generate_oai_reply, you would do the check for streaming, print and parse your message there, and always return the message as array.
# in client.py
content = ""
for new_input in oai_generator:
    content += new_input
   cache.set(key, content) 
   yield new_input

# in conversable generate_oai_reply
response = client.create(...)
if isinstance(response, types.GeneratorType):
    do the print and parsing again

Overall, this alternative is more complex. My idea towards client.py is that it returns the same thing as openai's client has (even a generator, but with more features). Imagine I want to create an agent calling the client with streaming, and I want to process the streaming strings real-time before print it out. What do you think?

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sonichi commented Nov 10, 2023

@kevin666aa has a valid point that it's better to keep the create() method compatible with openai's create(), and deal with printing outside.

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Hi @kevin666aa, I like your approach, but it seems it might need additional adjustments, possibly even a refactoring of the workflow and how we handle responses—including content, functions, and caching, among other aspects.
Moreover, considering the recent developments regarding OpenAI's assistants and threads, we should prepare for further modifications.
This pull request was initially intended as a swift, non-disruptive enhancement to streaming responses, given that it isn't a core feature of the project. However, for a more robust and refined approach, it looks like we'll need to delve deeper into the codebase.

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Makes sense. Could you add a test though to cover the changed code? Also, please add the comments to the code about function streaming.

I have uploaded the tests and added the comments regarding the function streaming as requested.
While it's clear that this isn't the most optimal solution, it can serve as a temporary solution to support streaming.

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test failure: https://github.com/microsoft/autogen/actions/runs/6829779356/job/18576570491?pr=597

Seems to be a problem with the configuration.

This is failing:

def test_completion_stream():
    config_list = config_list_from_json(
        env_or_file=OAI_CONFIG_LIST,
        file_location=KEY_LOC,
        filter_dict={"model": ["gpt-3.5-turbo-instruct"]},
    )

    client = OpenAIWrapper(config_list=config_list)

Changed with this, as in test_client.py:

def test_completion_stream():
    config_list = config_list_openai_aoai(KEY_LOC)
    client = OpenAIWrapper(config_list=config_list)

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@kevin666aa could you create an issue about the followup changes needed?

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merging as a temporary solution.

@sonichi sonichi added this pull request to the merge queue Nov 11, 2023
Merged via the queue into microsoft:main with commit 849feda Nov 11, 2023
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@kevin666aa could you create an issue about the followup changes needed?

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## Citation  
[AutoGen](https://arxiv.org/abs/2308.08155). 
AND  [EcoOptiGen](https://arxiv.org/abs/2303.04673).
``` 
bibtex
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      title={AutoGen: Enabling Next-Gen LLM Applications via Multi-Agent Conversation Framework},
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}
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}
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``` 
@inproceedings{wu2023autogen,
      title={AutoGen: Enabling Next-Gen LLM Applications via Multi-Agent Conversation Framework},
      author={Qingyun Wu and Gagan Bansal and Jieyu Zhang and Yiran Wu and Shaokun Zhang and Erkang Zhu and Beibin Li and Li Jiang and Xiaoyun Zhang and Chi Wang},
      year={2023},
      eprint={2308.08155},
      archivePrefix={arXiv},
      primaryClass={cs.AI}
}
```

[EcoOptiGen](https://arxiv.org/abs/2303.04673).
```
@inproceedings{wang2023EcoOptiGen,
    title={Cost-Effective Hyperparameter Optimization for Large Language Model Generation Inference},
    author={Chi Wang and Susan Xueqing Liu and Ahmed H. Awadallah},
    year={2023},
    booktitle={AutoML'23},
}
```

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* Update blog

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* Restore notebook

* function call filter in group chat (microsoft#294)

* function call filter in group chat

* find agents with function_map

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* Organize notebooks into logical groups microsoft#273

* update multiagent group to mention >3 agents

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* Update README.md with Roadmap. (microsoft#304)

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* bump version to 0.1.12 (microsoft#301)

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* doc: Update FAQ.md (microsoft#282)

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* Fix format and links in documentations (microsoft#310)

* Fix format and links

* Update title

* Sync title

* Add examples to installation

* update oai models (microsoft#316)

* guidance for contribution (microsoft#320)

* TeachableAgent (microsoft#278)

* Initial commit.

* Disable LLM response caching.

* Add teachability option to setup.py

* Modify test to use OAI_CONFIG_LIST as suggested in the docs.

* Expand unit test.

* Complete unit test.

* Add filter_dict

* details

* AnalysisAgent

* details

* More documentation and debug output.

* Support retrieval of any number of relevant memos, including zero.

* More robust analysis separator.

* cleanup

* teach_config

* refactoring

* For robustness, allow more flexibility on memo storage and retrieval.

* de-dupe the retrieved memos.

* Simplify AnalysisAgent. The unit tests now pass with gpt-3.5

* comments

* Add a verbosity level to control analyzer messages.

* refactoring

* comments

* Persist memory on disk.

* cleanup

* Use markdown to format retrieved memos.

* Use markdown in TextAnalyzerAgent

* Add another verbosity level.

* clean up logging

* notebook

* minor edits

* cleanup

* linter fixes

* Skip tests that fail to import openai

* Address reviewer feedback.

* lint

* refactoring

* Improve wording

* Improve code coverage.

* lint

* Use llm_config to control caching.

* lowercase notebook name

* Sort out the parameters passed through to ConversableAgent, and supply full docstrings for the others.

* lint

* Allow TextAnalyzerAgent to be given a different llm_config than TeachableAgent.

* documentation

* Modifications to run openai workflow.

* Test on just python 3.10.
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* Test on python 3.9 instead of 3.10.

* Remove space from name -> teachableagent

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* add downloads stats in readme (microsoft#334)

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* Update agentchat_auto_feedback_from_code_execution.ipynb (microsoft#342)

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* Update agentchat_MathChat.ipynb (microsoft#341)

* Fix grammar and spelling in agentchat_chess.ipynb (microsoft#346)

* Improve readability for agentchat_function_call.ipynb (microsoft#347)

* Improve readability in agentchat_groupchat_research.ipynb (microsoft#350)

* Improve readability in agentchat_groupchat_research.ipynb

* Undo updates to system message.

* format (microsoft#358)

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* headsup about dependency change

* more change

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* OptiGuide Link

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* fixes

* Update docs in RetrieveChat notebook and Installation (microsoft#379)

* Update comments to make it more clear

* Update Installation

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* LMM notebook

* Use "register_reply" instead.

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* Run notebook

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* Include API for LLaVA from Replicate

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* MultimodalConversableAgent added

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* Fix tmp dir not exists (microsoft#401)

* Fix tmp dir not exists

* Update tests to make it more clear

* Add check if save path is not None

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* feat: QdrantRetrieveUserProxyAgent

* fix: QdrantRetrieveUserProxyAgent docstring

* chore: batch of 500 all CPU cores

* chore: conditional import for tests

* chore: config parallel, batch 100

* chore: collection creation params

* chore: conditonal payload indexing
fastembed import check

* docs: notebook for QdrantRetrieveUserProxyAgent

* docs: update docs link

* docs: notebook examples update

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* [Blocking Issue] Add tests dependencies for qdrant and fix chromadb errors (microsoft#435)

* Add tests dependencies for qdrant

* Update chromadb API

* Update chromadb API version

* Fix typehint

* Add py 3.9 condition

* Fix client creation error

* TeachableAgent blog post (microsoft#436)

* Authors

* initial checkin

* completed blog post

* trim trailing whitespace

* date

* Address reviewer feedback.

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* UPDATE - FAQ section in documentation

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* FIX - added disclaimer

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* Update FAQ with workaround for Issue microsoft#251 (microsoft#405)

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* Fix typo in README.md (microsoft#481)

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* close microsoft#402 (microsoft#403)

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* Completion -> client

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* Missed a file.

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* Add support to unstructrued (microsoft#501)

* Add support to unstructrued

* Fix tests

* Add test and documents

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* Fix tests

* Test unstructured on linux and mac

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* fix wrong 'Langchain Provided Tools as Functions' doc ref (microsoft#495)

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* update notebooks

* update notebooks

* close microsoft#567

* Large Multimodal Models in AgentChat (microsoft#554)

* LMM Code added

* LLaVA notebook update

* Test cases and Notebook modified for OpenAI v1

* Move LMM into contrib
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* LMM test setup update

* try...except... clause for LMM tests

* disable patch for llava agent test
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* Change docstring for LMM agents

* Docstring update patch

* llava: insert reply at position 1 now
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2. img_utils updated
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4. Infer mime type directly from b64 image content (while loading
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* update version of openai dependency (microsoft#588)

* Notebook/hierarchy flow (microsoft#482)

* Notebook showing how to use select speaker to control conversation flow.

* pytest associated with notebook.

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* Added a @pytest.mark.skipif decorator like other tests to run it only in one py version, 3.10

* Fixed config warning.

* Removd llm_config to UserProxyAgent

* Fixed minor typos.

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* Added link to the new notebook (microsoft#594)

* update return type of WolframAlphaAPIWrapper.run() (microsoft#523)

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* Update Research.md

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* InvalidRequestError -> BadRequestError (microsoft#389)

* remove api_key_path; close microsoft#388

* close microsoft#402 (microsoft#403)

* openai client (microsoft#419)

* openai client

* client test

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* _client -> client

* extra kwargs

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