Anthropic's Claude 2.1 large language model, which powers its Claude generative AI chatbot, raises the bar on how much information an LLM can ingest at once.
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Among the news from OpenAI's first developer conference, here are three products or platforms that might pique your interest for a generative AI project -- plus one new open-source alternative in response.
Get a hands-on introduction to generative AI with these Python-based coding projects using OpenAI, LangChain, Matplotlib, SQLAlchemy, Gradio, Streamlit, and more.
Shinylive R package exports Shiny R applications as Wasm-enabled Shinylive applications that run completely in a web browser.
Deploying a large language model on your own system can be surprisingly simple—if you have the right tools. Here's how to use LLMs like Meta's new Code Llama on your desktop.
Here's how R users can get comfortable working with Python and LangChain, one of the hottest platforms for working with large language models.
The more you know about Mastodon networking, the better your search experience will be. Here's how to promote and find user content on Mastodon.
The generative power of OpenAI's GPT 3.5 LLM is now available to R users, with a growing collection of ChatGPT packages and apps to choose from.
The two-hour workshops offer training in data visualisation and analysis with R, Python, and SQL and cost just $20 or €20. Next up is ChatGPT in R.
The Shiny Web framework for R is now available for Python in an alpha version, Joe Cheng has announced at RStudio Conference.
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