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We’re back with another edition of Machine Learnings, brought to you by the folks at Heyday.
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This week brought another step forward for ChatGPT. Now premium users can program instructions that carry through their conversations.
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What we're reading.
1/ A super helpful catch-all resource for the massive LLaMA 2 launch this week. It’s free for both research and commercial uses. Go wild. Build yourself a mega-app. Change the world. Learn more at Phil Schmid's Blog >
2/ How to navigate the open source landscape as a researcher. Simple, helpful, and probably essential if you’re dipping your toes into AI. Learn more at Supervised >
3/ How will the continued push to open source shape AI’s impact? A legislative reflection with a look inside Jimmy Wales’ recent comments on how ChatGPT is trained. Learn more at GigaOm >
4/ Apple’s been quiet on the AI front, but in classic fashion, the work is behind the scenes. Quite a unique look at the uncertainty inside Apple around generative AI. Learn more at Bloomberg >
5/ Continuing on with the open access theme, here’s the latest research from Wikimedia, reviewed by Nicolas Jullien. Learn more at Wikipedia >
6/ Supercomputers are being tailored for AI use at mass scale. Here’s a look at one of the first to come to life. Learn more at The New York Times >
7/ Take a peek inside the alien mind and how our AI experiments can tap into a different form of neuroscience. This one took a bit to digest, but was very worth it. Learn more at Stephen Wolfram’s Blog >
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