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eesel.ai - ChatGPT over your knowledge

eesel.ai - ChatGPT over your knowledge | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Connect your knowledge with ChatGPT and build an oracle that can instantly answer any question.
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AI language models are rife with political biases

AI language models are rife with political biases | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
New research explains you’ll get more right- or left-wing answers, depending on which AI model you ask.
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From Cris Ippolite LinkedIn "According to new research from the University of Washington, Carnegie Mellon University, and Xi’an Jiaotong University. Researchers conducted tests on 14 large language models and found that OpenAI’s ChatGPT and GPT-4 were the most left-wing libertarian, while Meta’s LLaMA was the most right-wing authoritarian."

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DayBack - Embed Calendar in Salesforce Flows

DayBack - Embed Calendar in Salesforce Flows | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Bring visual scheduling to your appointment setting by embedding DayBack Calendar in Salesforce Flows. Show appointment slots that match your flow's criteria.
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Wharton professor sees future of work in new ChatGPT tool | Fortune

© 2022 Fortune Media IP Limited. All Rights Reserved. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy | CA Notice at Collection and Privacy Notice | Do Not Sell/Share My Personal Information | Ad Choices FORTUNE is a trademark of Fortune Media IP Limited, registered...
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Leaflet - a JavaScript library for interactive maps

Leaflet - a JavaScript library for interactive maps | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Leaflet is a modern, lightweight open-source JavaScript library for mobile-friendly interactive maps.
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ChatGPT - Crist Ippolite, Matt Navarre, Matt Petrowsky

Matt, Matt and Cris Ippolite nerd out on ChatGPT, GPT3 and later, and related things.
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Miller Latest Documentation - a command-line tool for querying, shaping, and reformatting data files in various formats including CSV, TSV, JSON, and JSON Lines.

Miller Latest Documentation - a command-line tool for querying, shaping, and reformatting data files in various formats including CSV, TSV, JSON, and JSON Lines. | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Quick links: Flags Verbs Functions Glossary Release docs Introduction¶ Miller is a command-line tool for querying, shaping, and reformatting data files in various formats including CSV, TSV, JSON, and JSON Lines.
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Learned of this tool from Matt Petrowsky

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AWS Storage Gateway Adds SMB Support to Store and Access Objects in Amazon S3 Buckets

AWS Storage Gateway Adds SMB Support to Store and Access Objects in Amazon S3 Buckets | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
The AWS Storage Gateway service added the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol to File Gateway, enabling file-based applications developed for Microsoft Windows to easily store and access objects in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).
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rclone sync Make source and dest identical, modifying destination only.

Make source and dest identical, modifying destination only.
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Mailparser Features

Mailparser Features | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Discover Mailparser features. Define parsing rules and extract text fields from the email body, subject, sender information, and even from attached files.
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regex - Regular Expression to limit all letters less than 100 characters

regex - Regular Expression to limit all letters less than 100 characters | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Regular Expression to limit all letters less than 100 characters Ask Question Asked 11 years, 1 month ago Modified 5 years, 2 months ago Viewed 24k times 8 I need the regular expression that would limit the number of characters to 100 and allow the use of 0-9, !
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Eloquent JavaScript - read online or buy paperback

Eloquent JavaScript - read online or buy paperback | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Eloquent JavaScript3rd edition (2018) This is a book about JavaScript, programming, and the wonders of the digital. You can read it online here, or buy your own paperback copy. Written by Marijn Haverbeke.
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Otter Pricing - Basic, Pro, Business, Enterprise Plans | Otter.ai

Otter Pricing - Basic, Pro, Business, Enterprise Plans | Otter.ai | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Otter has multiple subscriptions, including plans for individuals looking to be more productive, small teams, and large organizations needing more support.
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guidde・Magically create video documentation with AI

guidde・Magically create video documentation with AI | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Guidde lets you capture instant step-by-step videos and documents for anyone to create.
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[2302.10866] Hyena Hierarchy: Towards Larger Convolutional Language Models

[2302.10866] Hyena Hierarchy: Towards Larger Convolutional Language Models | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Recent advances in deep learning have relied heavily on the use of large
Transformers due to their ability to learn at scale. However, the core building
block of Transformers, the attention operator, exhibits quadratic cost in
sequence length, limiting the amount of context accessible. Existing
subquadratic methods based on low-rank and sparse approximations need to be
combined with dense attention layers to match Transformers, indicating a gap in
capability. In this work, we propose Hyena, a subquadratic drop-in replacement
for attention constructed by interleaving implicitly parametrized long
convolutions and data-controlled gating. In recall and reasoning tasks on
sequences of thousands to hundreds of thousands of tokens, Hyena improves
accuracy by more than 50 points over operators relying on state-spaces and
other implicit and explicit methods, matching attention-based models. We set a
new state-of-the-art for dense-attention-free architectures on language
modeling in standard datasets (WikiText103 and The Pile), reaching Transformer
quality with a 20% reduction in training compute required at sequence length
2K. Hyena operators are twice as fast as highly optimized attention at sequence
length 8K, and 100x faster at sequence length 64K.
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Large language models, explained with a minimum of math and jargon

Large language models, explained with a minimum of math and jargon | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Want to really understand how large language models work? Here’s a gentle primer.
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From Cris Ippolite on Linkedin.

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Public Preview: Vector search, a feature of Azure Cognitive Search | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure

Public Preview: Vector search, a feature of Azure Cognitive Search | Azure updates | Microsoft Azure | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
With Vector search, Developers can store, index, and deliver search applications over vector representations of organizational data including text, images, audio, video, and more.
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next-image-unconfigured-host | Next.js

One of your pages that leverages the next/image component, passed a src value that uses a hostname in the URL that isn't defined in the images.remotePatterns in next.config.js.
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The Best 10+ Open Source Headless CMS 2022 | by ThemeSelection | Quick Code | Aug, 2022

The Best 10+ Open Source Headless CMS 2022 | by ThemeSelection | Quick Code | Aug, 2022 | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Looking for some Open Source Headless CMS for managing your content? Well then, don’t worry. here we have gathered some of the best & Open-Source Headless CMS. In case you are not aware of CMS, it is…
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Responses | Twilio - SendGrid Web API v3

Welcome to SendGrid’s Web API v3! This API is RESTful, fully featured, easy to integrate with, and offers support in 7 different languages. Libraries C# Go Java Node.js PHP Python Ruby Content-Type Header All responses are returned in JSON format.
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How to Mount Amazon S3 as a Filesystem in Linux, Windows, and macOS

How to Mount Amazon S3 as a Filesystem in Linux, Windows, and macOS | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
This blog post explains how to mount Amazon S3 cloud storage to a local directory as a network drive and use Amazon S3 for file sharing without a browser.
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The cost of fixing bugs

The cost of fixing bugs | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Just as mistakes and the unexpected are part of life, bugs are part of software development. In general, the longer the time between when a bug was first introduced and when the bug is identified and fixed the more expensive it is in both time and money. It might go something like this: If you spot a bug as you're writing a new feature everything is fresh in your mind and it can sometimes take just a moment to fix. If a bug turns up later or perhaps soon after it's deployed you might have an idea of where it might be and track it down fairly quickly. If a lot of time has passed since a feature was worked on and a bug is spotted or tackled then it might take a fair bit of time to figure out how everything works again before you can fix it. And if a really long time has passed then, aside from the cost of interrupting what you are otherwise working on, it may not even be clear what was intended by the original code, probably written by others, and there's a fair chance more has been built on top of the buggy code making it more complex and a bigger task to tackle. The only way to solve it may be stepping through and figuring out behaviour slowly and steadily line-by-line. You could probably replace 'bugs' with 'code' 'problems' or 'mistakes' in most scenarios. Aside from it matching my experience, Joel Spolsky gives a nice explanation in his classic article The Joel Test.
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Webflow: Create a custom website | No-code website builder

Webflow: Create a custom website | No-code website builder | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Create professional, custom websites in a completely visual canvas with no code. Learn how to create a website by trying Webflow for free!
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alexcorvi/heic2any: Converting HEIF/HEIF image formats to PNG/GIF/JPEG in the browser

alexcorvi/heic2any: Converting HEIF/HEIF image formats to PNG/GIF/JPEG in the browser | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
Converting HEIF/HEIF image formats to PNG/GIF/JPEG in the browser - GitHub - alexcorvi/heic2any: Converting HEIF/HEIF image formats to PNG/GIF/JPEG in the browser
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Hugo - The world’s fastest framework for building websites | Hugo (static website generator)

Hugo - The world’s fastest framework for building websites | Hugo (static website generator) | Developer Resources | Scoop.it
The world’s fastest framework for building websites
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