GPT-Synthesizer release v0.0.4: web-based GUI with Streamlit

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    I am pleased to announce that we released v0.0.4 of GPT-Synthesizer a few days ago. This release has a lot of quality-of-life improvements as was requested by some users. The main update is that we now have a web-based GUI using Streamlit.

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