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How can I create a dataset to refine Whisper AI from old videos with subtitles?
4 projects | /r/OpenAI | 17 Feb 2023
You can try creating your own dataset. Get some audio data that you want, preprocess it, and then create a custom dataset you can use to fine tune. You could use finetuners like these if you want as well.
A Guide to Using OpenTelemetry in Jina for Monitoring and Tracing Applications
6 projects | dev.to | 16 Feb 2023
We derived the dataset by pre-processing the deepfashion dataset using Finetuner. The image label generated by Finetuner is extracted and formatted to produce the text attribute of each product.
[D] Looking for an open source Downloadable model to run on my local device.
2 projects | /r/MachineLearning | 12 Feb 2023
You can either use Hugging Face Transformers as they have a lot of pre-trained models that you can customize. Or Finetuners like this one: which is a toolkit for fine-tuning multiple models.
Improving Search Quality for Non-English Queries with Fine-tuned Multilingual CLIP Models
2 projects | dev.to | 10 Feb 2023
Very recently, a few non-English and multilingual CLIP models have appeared, using various sources of training data. In this article, we’ll evaluate a multilingual CLIP model’s performance in a language other than English, and show how you can improve it even further using Jina AI’s Finetuner.
Classification using prompt or fine tuning?
2 projects | /r/GPT3 | 6 Feb 2023
you can try prompt-based classification or fine-tuning with a Finetuner. Prompts work well for simple tasks but fine-tuning may give better results for complex ones. Althouigh it's going to need more resources, but try both and see what works best for you.
Asking questions about lengthy texts
2 projects | /r/GPT3 | 4 Feb 2023
If you've got a set of Q&A pairs for your 60-page lease or medical paper, you could use finetuners to help answer questions about the text. But if you don't have those pairs, fine-tuning might not be good. Try summarizing the doc or extract the info. And if you're hitting the token limit, try using a bigger model or breaking up the text into smaller pieces.
What are the best Python libraries to learn for beginners?
7 projects | /r/learnpython | 30 Jan 2023
Actually further in applying ML, Finetuner is pretty handy for getting the last mile done which I found useful.
Fine-tuning open source models to emulate ChatGPT for code explanation.
2 projects | /r/learnmachinelearning | 27 Jan 2023
One option I’m considering is using fine tuners like the one from HuggingFace or Jina AI to fine-tune open source models like GPT-J or OPT to improve specific use-cases like code explanation. With the funding that we have, I wouldn’t want to cheap out on fine-tuning and expect something good.
Efficient way to tune a network by changing hyperparameters?
2 projects | /r/deeplearning | 25 Jan 2023
Off the top of my head you can either use Grid Search to test hyperparam combinations, Random Search to randomize hyperparams and Neural search uses ML to optimize hyperparameter tuning. You can use finetuners for this as well.
Seeking advice on improving NLP search results
4 projects | /r/LanguageTechnology | 22 Jan 2023
Back then, I came across some info about a self-supervised sentence embedding system that surpasses Sentence Transformers NLI models, but forgot where it was. You could use Jina’s Finetuner. It lets you boost your pre-trained models' performance, making them ready for production without having to spend a lot of time labeling or buying expensive hardware.
Q-Transformer: Scalable Reinforcement Learning via Autoregressive Q-Functions
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Sep 2023
This is what RWKV (https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM) was made for, and what it will be good at.
Wow. Pretty darn cool! <3 :'))))
Personal GPT: A tiny AI Chatbot that runs fully offline on your iPhone
14 projects | /r/ChatGPT | 30 Jun 2023
Thanks for the support! Two weeks ago, I'd have said longer contexts on small on-device LLMs are at least a year away, but developments from last week seem to indicate that it's well within reach. Once the low hanging product features are done, I think it's a worthy problem to spend a couple of weeks or perhaps even months on. Speaking of context lengths, recurrent models like RWKV technically have infinite context lengths, but in practice the context slowly fades away after a few thousands of tokens.14 projects | /r/ChatGPT | 30 Jun 2023
Thanks! Those are great names, I'll keep them in mind. TBH, I might even get rid of the GPT suffix, since I've might eventually be moving on to non-transformer models like RWKV. I've been experimenting a bit with its smaller variants, and they're quite impressive!
The Secret Sauce behind 100K context window in LLMs: all tricks in one place
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Jun 2023
I've been pondering the same thing, as simply extending the context window in a straightforward manner would lead to a significant increase in computational resources. I've had the opportunity to experiment with Anthropics' 100k model, and it's evident that they're employing some clever techniques to make it work, albeit with some imperfections. One interesting observation is that their prompt guide recommends placing instructions after the reference text when inputting lengthy text bodies. I noticed that the model often disregarded the instructions if placed beforehand. It's clear that the model doesn't allocate the same level of "attention" to all parts of the input across the entire context window.
Moreover, the inability to cache transformers makes the use of large context windows quite costly, as all previous messages must be sent with each call. In this context, the RWKV-LM project on GitHub (https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM) might offer a solution. They claim to achieve performance comparable to transformers using an RNN, which could potentially handle a 100-page document and cache it, thereby eliminating the need to process the entire document with each subsequent query. However, I suspect RWKV might fall short in handling complex tasks that require maintaining multiple variables in memory, such as mathematical computations, but it should suffice for many scenarios.
On a related note, I believe Anthropics' Claude is somewhat underappreciated. In some instances, it outperforms GPT4, and I'd rank it somewhere between GPT4 and Bard overall.
New model: RWKV-4-Raven-7B-v12-Eng49%-Chn49%-Jpn1%-Other1%-20230530-ctx8192.pth
5 projects | /r/LocalLLaMA | 31 May 2023
See https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM for details on the RWKV Language Model (100% RNN).5 projects | /r/LocalLLaMA | 31 May 2023
Overcoming the 2k context limit with a new model: RWKV
2 projects | /r/Oobabooga | 24 May 2023
13 projects | /r/dailyainews | 23 May 2023
RWKV is an RNN with Transformer-level LLM performance, which can also be directly trained like a GPT transformer (parallelizable). (https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM)20 projects | /r/dailyainews | 23 May 2023
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Finally, it provide a summary with the power of GPT.(https://www.watermelontools.com/) Why AI Won't Replace Software Engineers (https://softwarecomplexity.com/why-ai-wont-replace-software-engineers) 23-Mar-2023 'The iPhone Moment of AI' Nvidia to Rent Out Supercomputers Behind ChatGPT to Businesses for $37,000 a Month Bill Gates calls AI revolutionary, says it can reduce some of the world’s worst inequities AI pics of Donald Trump's arrest by 'cop' Joe Biden go viral. Will we no longer be able to tell what’s real vs what’s fake?” - Eluna AI New research shows we can only accurately identify AI writers about 50% of the time. (https://hai.stanford.edu/news/was-written-human-or-ai-tsu) FauxPilot - an open-source GitHub Copilot server(https://github.com/fauxpilot/fauxpilot) Flower , an open-source framework for training AI on distributed data. We move the model to the data instead of moving the data to the model. (https://flower.dev/) OpenAI-Integrated Microsoft Bing Outperforms Google in Page Visits (https://www.gadgets360.com/internet/news/openai-integrated-microsoft-bing-outperforms-google-page-visits-growth-3885069) GitHub Copilot X: GitHub Copilot is evolving to bring chat and voice interfaces, support pull requests, answer questions on docs, and adopt OpenAI’s GPT-4 for a more personalized developer experience. (https://github.blog/2023-03-22-github-copilot-x-the-ai-powered-developer-experience/) Moonshine – open-source, pretrained ML models for satellite (https://github.com/moonshinelabs-ai/moonshine) Mozilla.ai: A startup — and a community — that will build a trustworthy and independent open-source AI ecosystem. Mozilla.ai’s initial focus? Tools that make generative AI safer and more transparent. And, people-centric recommendation systems that don’t misinform or undermine our well-being. (https://blog.mozilla.org/en/mozilla/introducing-mozilla-ai-investing-in-trustworthy-ai/) OpenAI’s policies hinder reproducible research on language models (https://aisnakeoil.substack.com/p/openais-policies-hinder-reproducible) 24-Mar-2023 Adobe has added AI features to Photoshop and Illustrator, while Nvidia has unveiled ‘Picasso’ AI image generation service. ChatGPT-owner OpenAI fixes 'significant issue' exposing user chat titles.A bug in an open-source library caused ChatGPT to leak user conversation titles. Graphic design platform Canva introduces new generative AI tools Gmail for Android, Google Messages to Soon Get Features for AI-Generated Texts Apple: Transformer architecture optimized for Apple Silicon (https://github.com/apple/ml-ane-transformers) ChatGPT plugins, join waitlist (https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt-plugins) Microsoft's paper on OpenAI's GPT-4 had hidden information (https://twitter.com/DV2559106965076/status/1638769434763608064) how to use LoRA to fine-tune LLaMA using Alpaca training data (https://replicate.com/blog/fine-tune-alpaca-with-lora) Helicone: one-line integration logs the prompts, completions, latencies, and costs of your OpenAI requests (https://github.com/Helicone/helicone) RWKV is an RNN with Transformer-level LLM performance, which can also be directly trained like a GPT transformer (parallelizable). (https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM) open-source retrieval plugin The open-source retrieval plugin enables ChatGPT to access personal or organizational information sources (with permission). It allows users to obtain the most relevant document snippets from their data sources, such as files, notes, emails or public documentation, by asking questions or expressing needs in natural language. Security considerations The retrieval plugin allows ChatGPT to search a vector database of content, and add the best results into the ChatGPT session. This means it doesn’t have any external effects, and the main risk is data authorization and privacy. Developers should only add content into their retrieval plugin that they are authorized to use and can share in users’ ChatGPT sessions. https://github.com/openai/chatgpt-retrieval-plugin 27-Mar-2023 Autodoc: Toolkit for auto-generating codebase documentation using LLMs (https://github.com/context-labs/autodoc) March 20 ChatGPT outage: Here’s what happened (https://openai.com/blog/march-20-chatgpt-outage) Facebook is going after LLaMA repos with DMCA's (https://twitter.com/theshawwn/status/1638925249709240322) ChatGPT + Wolfram is INSANE! (https://old.reddit.com/r/ChatGPT/comments/1205omc/chatgpt\_wolfram\_is\_insane/) Reproducing the Stanford Alpaca results using low-rank adaptation (LoRA) (https://github.com/chris-alexiuk/alpaca-lora) GOAT, a decentralized way to publish and download AI models.Powered by BitTorrent and Bitcoin.(https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmYyucgBQVfs9JXZ2MtmkGPAhgUjNgyGE6rcJT1KybQHhp/index.html) Dolly from databricks (https://www.databricks.com/blog/2023/03/24/hello-dolly-democratizing-magic-chatgpt-open-models.html) AI powered Developer Tools 2.0. https://www.sequoiacap.com/article/ai-powered-developer-tools/ Turn your designs into production-ready front-end code for mobile apps and the web (https://www.locofy.ai/) Using ChatGPT Plugins with LLaMA (https://blog.lastmileai.dev/using-openais-retrieval-plugin-with-llama-d2e0b6732f14) 28-Mar-2023 Bing AI now allows 20 prompts per session and can make images for you ChatGPT Outperforms Crowd-Workers for Text-Annotation Tasks (https://arxiv.org/abs/2303.15056) ChatGPT or Grammarly? Evaluating ChatGPT on Grammatical Error Correction Benchmark (https://arxiv.org/abs/2303.13648) AI-controlled Linux Containers (https://github.com/fafrd/aquarium) Microsoft reportedly orders AI chatbot rivals to stop using Bing’s search data (https://www.theverge.com/2023/3/25/23656336/microsoft-chatbot-rivals-stop-using-bing-search-index) 29-Mar-2023 Text2Video-Zero Code and Weights Released by Picsart AI Research (12G VRAM).(https://github.com/Picsart-AI-Research/Text2Video-Zero) Pause Giant AI Experiments: An Open Letter. Huggingface's SF Open-Source AI Meetup officially has 2000 people registered. Cerebras open sources seven GPT-3 models from 111 million to 13 billion parameters. Trained using the Chinchilla formula, these models set new benchmarks for accuracy and compute efficiency.(https://www.cerebras.net/blog/cerebras-gpt-a-family-of-open-compute-efficient-large-language-models/) Independent implementation of LLaMA that is fully open source under the Apache 2.0 license (https://github.com/Lightning-AI/lit-llama) Bootstrap knowledge of LLMs (https://gist.github.com/rain-1/eebd5e5eb2784feecf450324e3341c8d) OPENFLAMINGO: AN OPEN-SOURCE FRAMEWORK FOR TRAINING VISION-LANGUAGE MODELS WITH IN-CONTEXT LEARNING (https://laion.ai/blog/open-flamingo/) gpt4all: a chatbot trained on a massive collection of clean assistant data including code, stories and dialogue (https://github.com/nomic-ai/gpt4all) 30-Mar-2022 Microsoft Security Copilot is a new GPT-4 AI assistant for cybersecurity (https://www.theverge.com/2023/3/28/23659711/microsoft-security-copilot-gpt-4-ai-tool-features) UK details ‘pro-innovation’ approach to AI regulation (https://www.artificialintelligence-news.com/2023/03/29/uk-details-pro-innovation-approach-ai-regulation/) Employees Are Feeding Sensitive Biz Data to ChatGPT, Raising Security Fears (https://www.darkreading.com/risk/employees-feeding-sensitive-business-data-chatgpt-raising-security-fears) In the Age of AI, Don't Let Your Skills Atrophy (https://www.cyberdemon.org/2023/03/29/age-of-ai-skill-atrophy.html) Now ChatGPT is being (mis)used to do #PeerReview (https://mstdn.science/@ukrio/110100752908161183) Bing Chat now has Ads! (https://twitter.com/debarghya\_das/status/1640892791923572737) Cerebras-GPT vs LLaMA AI Model Comparison (https://www.lunasec.io/docs/blog/cerebras-gpt-vs-llama-ai-model-comparison/) Arthur C. 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(https://iamnotarobot.substack.com/p/should-you-use-openais-embeddings) Visual Studio Code and GitHub Copilot (https://code.visualstudio.com/blogs/2023/03/30/vscode-copilot) Llama Hub (https://llamahub.ai/) Finetuning LLMs on a Single GPU Using Gradient Accumulation (https://lightning.ai/pages/blog/gradient-accumulation/) Open source ETL framework for retrieval augmented generation (RAG). Sync data from your SaaS tools to a vector store, where they can be easily queried by GPT apps (https://github.com/ai-sidekick/sidekick) HALTT4LLM - Hallucination Trivia Test for Large Language Models (https://github.com/manyoso/haltt4llm) Vicuna: An Open-Source Chatbot Impressing GPT-4 with 90%* ChatGPT Quality (https://vicuna.lmsys.org/) Iterate.ai Brings Generative AI Capabilities to Interplay, the Low-Code Platform Accelerating Customers’ Digital Innovation (https://www.indianweb2.com/2023/03/iterateai-brings-generative-ai.html) RFdiffusion is an open source method for structure generation, with or without conditional information (a motif, target etc). (https://github.com/RosettaCommons/RFdiffusion) Google denies training Bard on ChatGPT chats from ShareGPT
OpenLLaMA: An Open Reproduction of LLaMA
14 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 2 May 2023
Would be very interesting to see https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM trained on the same data
What are some alternatives?
llama - Inference code for LLaMA models
alpaca-lora - Instruct-tune LLaMA on consumer hardware
flash-attention - Fast and memory-efficient exact attention
RWKV-CUDA - The CUDA version of the RWKV language model ( https://github.com/BlinkDL/RWKV-LM )
nanoGPT - The simplest, fastest repository for training/finetuning medium-sized GPTs.
SmallInitEmb - LayerNorm(SmallInit(Embedding)) in a Transformer to improve convergence
koboldcpp - A simple one-file way to run various GGML models with KoboldAI's UI
gpt_index - LlamaIndex (GPT Index) is a project that provides a central interface to connect your LLM's with external data. [Moved to: https://github.com/jerryjliu/llama_index]
Jina AI examples - Jina examples and demos to help you get started
gpt4all - gpt4all: open-source LLM chatbots that you can run anywhere
text-generation-webui - A Gradio web UI for Large Language Models. Supports transformers, GPTQ, llama.cpp (GGUF), Llama models.
llama.cpp - Port of Facebook's LLaMA model in C/C++