Any better alternatives to fine-tuning GPT-3 yet to create a custom chatbot persona based on provided knowledge for others to use?

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  • vertex-ai-samples

    Notebooks, code samples, sample apps, and other resources that demonstrate how to use, develop and manage machine learning and generative AI workflows using Google Cloud Vertex AI.

    Depending on how much work you want to put into it, you can get started at HuggingFace with their models and datasets, but you'd need compute power, multiple MLOps, etc. I was introduced to the concept in this video, since Google has their Vertex AI tools on Google Cloud, and there's always LangChain but I'm not sure about anything recent.

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  • vault-ai

    OP Vault ChatGPT: Give ChatGPT long-term memory using the OP Stack (OpenAI + Pinecone Vector Database). Upload your own custom knowledge base files (PDF, txt, epub, etc) using a simple React frontend.

    There's this GitHub repo for Pinecone Vector with custom knowledge base: VaultAI. But I'm sure the costs would be exorbitant at scale. Basically trains it on specific files, but the API is expensive as expected. Edit: I didn't read and thought you were talking about training your own, sorry. But I'll leave the second paragraph up anyways lol. Someone mentioned LLaMA and another Falcon, the latter of which I hadn't heard of but which looks good too.

  • llama

    Inference code for Llama models

    There's this GitHub repo for Pinecone Vector with custom knowledge base: VaultAI. But I'm sure the costs would be exorbitant at scale. Basically trains it on specific files, but the API is expensive as expected. Edit: I didn't read and thought you were talking about training your own, sorry. But I'll leave the second paragraph up anyways lol. Someone mentioned LLaMA and another Falcon, the latter of which I hadn't heard of but which looks good too.

  • langchain

    Discontinued ⚡ Building applications with LLMs through composability ⚡ [Moved to: https://github.com/langchain-ai/langchain] (by hwchase17)

    Depending on how much work you want to put into it, you can get started at HuggingFace with their models and datasets, but you'd need compute power, multiple MLOps, etc. I was introduced to the concept in this video, since Google has their Vertex AI tools on Google Cloud, and there's always LangChain but I'm not sure about anything recent.

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