Day: June 21, 2023

Generative AI Large Language Models Livestream

ChatGPT Said What About Me?

This video is from FranksWorldTV. .

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Maker

“Z2” Homemade Silicon Chips

Sam Zeloof is taking DIY hardware to the next level.

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AI Science

Did AI Prove Our Proton Model WRONG?

The humble proton may seem simple enough, and they’re certainly common. People are made of cells, cells are made of molecules, molecules are made of atoms, atoms are made of electrons, protons, and neutrons. And protons are each made of three up or down quarks. Simple stuff, right? All except for that last part. Protons […]

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DevOps Red Hat

OpenShift + Ansible: Event-Driven PVC Snapshots Made Easy

This Event-Driven Ansible Demo walks you through the step-by-step on how you can automate the process of creating Persistent Volume Claim Snapshots with Event-Driven Ansible and Red Hat OpenShift. The demo showcases an application that creates Persistent Volume Claim. We are going to use Ansible Rulebooks, which allow us to watch for specific events and […]

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CosmosDB

How to Ingest and query data using Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL

Azure Cosmos DB for PostgreSQL provides a highly scalable distributed database solution, reliably and securely managed on Azure. To efficiently ingest and querying data with distributed tables, it’s essential to understand how data is distributed across shards in the cluster.

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AWS

Key steps in the IT modernization journey to the cloud

This video is from Amazon Web Services. The panelists discuss on how the collaboration between telecom operators, such as e&, network equipment providers, such as Ericsson and AWS cloud can accelerate the digital transformation for e& and respective business outcomes and rapid innovation for end customers. This close collaboration is especially important for moving critical […]

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Quantum Computing

Quantum Error Mitigation and the Path to Useful Quantum Computing

A research paper from IBM Quantum and UC Berkeley has delivered compelling evidence suggesting that today’s noisy, error-prone quantum computers will soon be able to solve truly useful problems that are beyond the reach of classical computation. In this video, co-authors and IBM Quantum researchers Andrew Eddins and Youngseok Kim explain the experiment they used […]

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Quantum Computing

Intel Quantum Researchers Introduce Tunnel Falls Silicon Qubit Research Chip

This video is from Intel Newsroom. Intel’s #quantum researchers based in Hillsboro, Oregon, describe quantum computing and discuss the introduction of Tunnel Falls, #Intel’s newest and most advanced silicon spin qubit chip to date. Fabricated on 300-millimeter wafers, the 12-qubit device leverages Intel’s most advanced transistor industrial fabrication capabilities, such as extreme ultraviolet lithography (EUV) […]

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Large Language Models Research

Memory in LLM Applications

This video is from Weights & Biases. This talk by Harrison Chase of Langchain will focus on how “memory” in the context of LLM applications. Memory is most often discussed in the context of chatbots so it will start with an overview of conversational memory. This can vary from simple (buffer of recent messages) to […]

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AWS

AWS On Air for AWS Silicon Innovation Day!

This video is from AWS Events for AWS Silicon Innovation Day!

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