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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.
I gave commit rights to someone I didn't know
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 29 May 2023
I disagree hard with this – for instance I've recently needed to dig into the code for the Gradio library, and when PRs are like https://github.com/gradio-app/gradio/pull/3300 (and the merge commit's message is what it is) it's hard to understand why some decisions have been made when doing `git annotate` later on.
Introducing CommanderGPT. A project I been working for Desktop Automation.
5 projects | /r/singularity | 22 May 2023
Gradio for a ui that your commanderGPT can visit and use
Is there a way to "share" my stable diffusion with a friend?
2 projects | /r/StableDiffusion | 16 May 2023
Gradio did have an issue for a while where your URL was guessable, so unless you had a password it was pretty easy to find, but as far as I know they've increased the complexity so much that it's no longer an issue.
Why was Ooba updated with a new UI?
2 projects | /r/PygmalionAI | 8 Apr 2023
2 projects | /r/StableDiffusion | 29 Mar 2023
The Windows one-click installer has been updated (4-bit and 8-bit should work out of the box)
7 projects | /r/Oobabooga | 28 Mar 2023
AUTOMATIC1111 "There is no requirement to make this software legally usable." Reminder, the webui is not open source.
10 projects | /r/StableDiffusion | 4 Nov 2022
It was in Venv/lib/site packages on October 9 in a folder titled analytics. The file actually gathered logs. By Oct 23, it was missing. Presumably replaced by: https://github.com/gradio-app/gradio/blob/main/gradio/utils.py which on its face gathers some kind of analytics. Although like I said Im not qualified to say what.
SECURITY WARNING: DO NOT USE --SHARE in Automatic1111 webui! Remote code execution exploit released 2 days ago, people are searching out gradio links
2 projects | /r/StableDiffusion | 15 Oct 2022
Hmm good question. I don't think that should be related to any of the changes in the URL, but it might be due to increased traffic or some other related issue. Any way you could guide us to be able to reproduce the issue? Ideally on GitHub: https://github.com/gradio-app/gradio/issues
Am I spending every spare moment in front of the PC lately?
2 projects | /r/StableDiffusion | 26 Sep 2022
With this, I basically need to refresh the page after each generation. See gradio-app/gradio#1590 for more information.
Exploring 12M of the 2.3B Images Used to Train Stable Diffusion
5 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Aug 2022
What are some alternatives?
streamlit - Streamlit — A faster way to build and share data apps.
stable-diffusion-webui - Stable Diffusion web UI
django-colorfield - :art: color field for django models with a nice color-picker in the admin.
panel - Panel: The powerful data exploration & web app framework for Python
gpt4all - gpt4all: open-source LLM chatbots that you can run anywhere
InvokeAI - InvokeAI is a leading creative engine for Stable Diffusion models, empowering professionals, artists, and enthusiasts to generate and create visual media using the latest AI-driven technologies. The solution offers an industry leading WebUI, supports terminal use through a CLI, and serves as the foundation for multiple commercial products.
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]
CustomTkinter - A modern and customizable python UI-library based on Tkinter
Jina AI examples - Jina examples and demos to help you get started
diffusers - 🤗 Diffusers: State-of-the-art diffusion models for image and audio generation in PyTorch
DearPyGui - Dear PyGui: A fast and powerful Graphical User Interface Toolkit for Python with minimal dependencies
saliency - Framework-agnostic implementation for state-of-the-art saliency methods (XRAI, BlurIG, SmoothGrad, and more).