Some articles and random links
Insights from the people that worked/work on ChatGPT, The inside story of how ChatGPT was built from the people who made it, by MIT Technology Review:
A piece form the FTC on AI. Yes, the Federal Trade Commission, the American government agency… Keep your AI claims in check, by the FTC:
A ChatGPT guide by Stephen Wolfram! It’s a long ass technical guide. It’s to deep, didn’t read it completely: What Is ChatGPT Doing … and Why Does It Work?, by Stephen Wolfram:
The first paragraph really resumes this next link, so I’ll simply copy it: “A course by Andrej Karpathy on building neural networks, from scratch, in code.” Neural Networks: Zero to Hero, by Andrej Karpathy:
A great idea someone shared on Reddit. Living with AI in school will be challenging. This teacher wrote some essays with ChatGPT and then asked his students to correct them!
Some Github projects
Running large language models like ChatGPT on a single GPU
Open Assistant is a project meant to give everyone access to a great chat based large language model.
New AI edits images based on text instructions
DAN, Dev Mode, Jailbreak you name it. A collection of jailbreak prompts for ChatGPT:
Prompt Engineering Guide: Guides, papers, and resources for prompt engineering
Replacing a SQL analyst with 26 recursive GPT prompts
Oh and Facebook LLAMA’s project. 4chan apparently found out Facebook is using torrents to save bandwidth. Here’s the HN thread: https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=35007978
That was a lot of content that I’ve been saved. There was some more, but they were beyond paywall. See ya!