What is Helicone?
It is an open-source observability platform for GPT-3 users. Save on your OpenAI bills and identify application issues by monitoring usage, latency, and costs.
Helicone is a tool in the GPT Tools category of a tech stack.
Helicone is an open source tool with 743 GitHub stars and 88 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Helicone's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Helicone?
- Open-source observability platform
- Track usage, costs, and latency metrics
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