Creating instruction tuned models
At the recent ODSC East conference, Daniel got a chance to sit down with Erin Mikail Staples to discuss the process of gathering human feedback and creating an instruction tuned Large Language Models (LLM). They also chatted about the importance of open data and practical tooling for data annotation and fine-tuning. Do you want to create your own custom generative AI models? This is the episode for you!
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(00:00 ) - Welcome to Practical AI
(00:43 ) - Erin Mikail Staples
(02:09 ) - Open source attendees
(03:54 ) - The key to RLHF
(05:35 ) - Tooling for RLHF
(07:33 ) - Humanities in data science
(11:22 ) - Label Studio's workflow
(15:41 ) - The open data ecosystem
(21:04 ) - Do data labeling
(22:33 ) - Exciting changes coming
(24:15 ) - DevRel(ish) and other resources
(25:13 ) - Goodbyes
(25:45 ) - Outro