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Ways to run Llama 3 locally👇🤩
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0 likes • May 19
If anyone is interested in a simple alternative to the listed UIs, I've been working on a side project and started sharing it to gather feedback. It's a single HTML file with embedded JavaScript, and the best part is, there are no frameworks or third-party code involved. I use it in my daily work, but it's still a work in progress. I'd love to hear your thoughts and feedback. Newest version 202405 is compatible with ollama and Open AI.
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If you previously tried using Ollama but faced challenges due to required system changes, frameworks, third-party calls, or containers, consider giving it another shot. I've uploaded some of my home-brew helpers to GitHub, specifically designed for individuals who are new to local LLMs, curious and eager to experiment, or interested in exploring the full inner workings of an AI-enhanced chat conversation interface. These tools aim to facilitate the use of local LLMs on a single workstation with a simple browser-based chat interface. You can find these helpers on GitHub here: ### To get started: 1. **Ensure you have Ollama installed with default settings and access to Python at your command line.** 2. **Run `` from the command line.** 3. **Open `api-chat-interface.html` in your browser** to start using the chat interface. If you encounter any issues, there's an `availability_checker.html` file available in the repository. Open it in your browser to view the related ports and assist with troubleshooting. These helpers aim to simplify the process and make it more accessible for anyone wanting to experiment with local LLMs. Enjoy the journey and happy experimenting!
Salesforce Study Strengthens the Case for Automation🤖
Salesforce's study shows 41% of your time is wasted on low-value, repetitive tasks. That's nearly half your day! If there's ever been a case for AI & automation, this is it. Optimize your workflow. Focus on what truly matters. Embrace AI to reclaim your time. Article here: What is the one thing you'd like automated?
New comment May 28
Salesforce Study Strengthens the Case for Automation🤖
0 likes • May 26
I don't usually put much stock in surveys, especially when a particular product or service is involved. Automation is awesome for handling repetitive tasks, freeing us up for more complex work. The gap between what humans and machines can do is closing, and tools like LLMs help with that, letting us focus on what we're really good at.
AI Innovation & Investment Landscape: A 2024 Perspective
🚀 Innovation Unleashed: Stanford's latest 2024 Artificial Intelligence Index Report reveals AI now outperforms humans in key areas. As we reach new heights, old benchmarks no longer apply. The push for advanced AI leads to new ways of assessing reasoning and abstraction skills. 📉 Ethical and Regulatory Dynamics: The rise of AI brings tougher ethical and regulatory challenges. The U.S. is seeing more AI rules to ensure it's used responsibly. However, these rules show how hard it is to have consistent standards across the industry. 💸 The Cost of Innovation: Developing advanced models like GPT-4 is expensive, costing up to $78 million. This highlights the huge resources needed to lead in AI development. 📊 Investment Trends in AI: Investment has fallen by 20% in 2023, yet generative AI still draws significant funding. Investors are now favoring practical applications rather than basic models. 🌍 Global Market Dynamics: OpenAI's updates to ChatGPT enhance its precision and conversational skills. Views on AI vary worldwide, showing different methods of adopting and using AI in various places. 🔍 Looking Ahead: Managing the fast pace of tech advances with financial and ethical issues remains a delicate balance. Moving forward means matching innovation with effective answers to the new challenges of integrating AI into society. Let me know what you think about how the AI space is evolving. Sources: * * #ArtificialIntelligence #AI2024 #TechNews #Innovation #StanfordAIReport
New comment Apr 19
AI Innovation & Investment Landscape: A 2024 Perspective
2 likes • Apr 19
AI is a powerful tool that is constantly advancing in its capabilities. Just like any tool, it has the tendency to enhance the abilities and intentions of its users. Just like how a hammer can be used to build or destroy, AI can be utilized for good or for harm. As AI continues to evolve, remember that the users of the tool ultimately guide the direction of its use.
Perverse Incentives
I recently discovered the "Perverse Incentive" concept, which is both interesting and shocking. It's about how good ideas can lead to bad results. These incentives actually harm the goals they're meant to support. Here’s a closer look: Perverse incentives are more than just good intentions failing; they show flaws in our thinking. For example, a city wanted to reduce traffic by promoting carpooling, hoping for fewer cars on the streets. But this backfired: More people bought cars to join carpooling, worsening traffic and pollution, defeating the purpose. This shows every action can trigger unexpected outcomes. The city's mistake was in not fully understanding travel habits, the attraction to owning a car, and trying a simple fix for a complex issue. What can we learn? Perverse incentives remind us to: - Think about the wider impact of our actions. - Avoid easy fixes for complicated problems. - Keep evaluating and adjusting our methods. This applies to environmental efforts, business practices, and personal choices. For instance, some environmental actions can accidentally cause more pollution. In business, goals meant to increase efficiency might lead to dishonest behavior if not well-monitored. And personally, aiming for quick benefits can harm long-term success. Perverse incentives teach us to critically assess and improve our methods. When setting incentives, it’s vital to anticipate and avoid missteps with our goals. Success comes from not just good intentions but wise, comprehensive planning. We should take lessons from past mistakes and promote smart decision-making. To deal with complex cause-and-effect relationships, we need thoughtful analysis and action. It's important to focus on both intentions and their actual impacts. Let's use history to create incentives that match our goals.
New comment Apr 9
Perverse Incentives
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@Mike Wood If one waits too long to evaluate and adjust, one will likely end up with more problems to fix later on. Looking ahead and taking into account the implications, typically saves considerable time and trouble, etc. Again, assuming the underlying intentions are good.
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@Paul Lester The challenge is finding ANY govt project that is spending in a responsible manner. It's insane how much is spent to do so little or nothing. Look at any govt project, it all about spending the money. Very little about what actually gets done with the money spent. Ongoing example: Artemis (govt) vs SpaceX (not govt). Take a quick look at project cost, capabilities and launch timelines. ...and the only viable pieces of Artemis are from SpaceX
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Spent the bulk of March doing B2B AI-training sessions and the rest of it on calls getting to know some of you and your pain points. (Thanks for sharing). Excited to meet and talk to each and all of you (soon I hope!) Our group is growing faster, and since it's not easy getting on calls in a short time span, I'd like to ask your thoughts below. We want to serve you better, and ensure everyone benefits from this shared value. Below are some focus areas for April's cohort. (More details to follow) Please vote and feel free to add alternative suggestions we didn't consider. Thanks
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New comment Jun 15
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6 likes • Apr 2
Whatever you decide to pursue, put yourself on the receiving end of the process and give careful consideration to how your potential customers will feel and react. As a potential customer (example) - I personally do not have ANY positive feelings when I receive a cold call campaign email, text message, or phone call and whoever sent it has ZERO chance of converting me to a customer. My reaction - If I find the product/service something I want, I will go out of my way to find it somewhere else.
3 likes • Apr 3
@Art Malik It doesn't matter what the process is - if it's misleading or a waste of my time, I'm out. In my opinion, when selling something, be upfront about what it is and how much it costs (total costs). I can quickly determine if it's worth it for me. If it's a good product/value, I'll happily recommend it to others. I will go out of my way to bring attention to practices that are not transparent or less than honest, so others can avoid making the same mistake. Conducting an A/B test on whether to "Lead with Value" or "Lead with Truth" could be an interesting experiment. At the very least, it will make you relatively unique in your approach.
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