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This tool enables LLMs to make AWS S3 API requests.

import boto3
from griptape.structures import Agent
from import AwsS3Client, TaskMemoryClient

# Initialize the AWS S3 client
aws_s3_client = AwsS3Client(

# Create an agent with the AWS S3 client tool
agent = Agent(
    tools=[aws_s3_client, TaskMemoryClient(off_prompt=False)]

# Task to list all the AWS S3 buckets"List all my S3 buckets.")
[09/11/23 16:49:35] INFO     Task 8bf7538e217a4b5a8472829f5eee75b9              
                             Input: List all my S3 buckets.                     
[09/11/23 16:49:41] INFO     Subtask 9fc44f5c8e73447ba737283cb2ef7f5d           
                             Thought: To list all S3 buckets, I can use the     
                             "list_s3_buckets" activity of the "AwsS3Client"    
                             tool. This activity doesn't require any input.     

                             Action: {"name": "AwsS3Client",    
                             "path": "list_s3_buckets"}                     
[09/11/23 16:49:42] INFO     Subtask 9fc44f5c8e73447ba737283cb2ef7f5d           
                             Response: Output of                             
                             "AwsS3Client.list_s3_buckets" was stored in memory 
                             with memory_name "TaskMemory" and              
[09/11/23 16:49:50] INFO     Subtask 0e9bb639a432431a92ef40a8c085ca0f           
                             Thought: The output of the "list_s3_buckets"       
                             activity is stored in memory. I can retrieve this  
                             information using the "summarize" activity of the  
                             "TaskMemory" tool.
                             Action: {"name": "TaskMemoryClient", "path":   
                             "summarize", "input": {"values": {"memory_name":   
                             "TaskMemory", "artifact_namespace":                
[09/11/23 16:49:52] INFO     Subtask 0e9bb639a432431a92ef40a8c085ca0f           
                             Response: The text consists of multiple         
                             dictionaries, each containing a 'Name' and         
                             'CreationDate' key-value pair. The 'Name'          
                             represents the name of a resource or bucket, while 
                             the 'CreationDate' represents the date and time    
                             when the resource or bucket was created.           
[09/11/23 16:50:03] INFO     Task 8bf7538e217a4b5a8472829f5eee75b9              
                             Output: The names of your S3 buckets are as        
                             1. Bucket Name: 'example-bucket-1', Creation Date: 
                             2. Bucket Name: 'example-bucket-2', Creation Date: 
                             3. Bucket Name: 'example-bucket-3', Creation Date: 
                             Please note that the creation dates are in UTC.