Here's my fast-changing list of AI bookmarks, including reading list, case studies, tools, courses, and trusted people.
Large Language Models (LLMs)
- AI21 Studio
- Gemma (Open Source) Gemma on Hugging Face
- Ollama: Open-source tool for building and running language models on a local machine.
- Extract Structured Data From Text: Expert Mode (Using Kor)
- Free Script - Automatic Schema Enhancement: Improve Search Visibility With the Help of GPT4 via Kristin Tynski
- Use ChatGPT to clean company names
- Using GPT-3 To Automate Your Workflows (Full Tutorial)
- ChatGPT can access the internet, use APIs and display images! Might need a few tries and often throws a final "network error" but it works.
|Personal search-enabled assistant for programmers.
|A framework for developing applications powered by language models. It enables applications that are data-aware and agentic.
|LlamaIndex (GPT Index) is a data framework for your LLM application.
|The AI-native open-source embedding database.
|Vectara is a developer-first API platform for easily building conversational search experiences that feature best-in-class Retrieval, Summarization, and “Grounded Generation” that all but eliminates hallucinations.
|An open-source asynchronous Python framework for building scalable conversational AI or agentic applications quickly and efficiently.
|An open-source retrieval-augmented generation (RAG) framework that simplifies the creation and deployment of AI applications using RAG models.
|An open-source Python framework designed to orchestrate the collaboration of autonomous AI agents, enabling them to work together seamlessly to accomplish complex tasks.
- AgentGPT: Assemble, configure, and deploy autonomous AI Agent(s) in your browser.
- ChatGPT Prompt Engineering for Developers
- Learn Prompting
- LLM University
- LangChain: Chat with Your Data
To be continued...