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  1. A Github Gist containing a Python script for text classification using the TxTail API
  2. Exploratory data analysis (EDA) is a powerful technique to understand the structure of word embeddings, the basis of large language models. In this article, we'll apply EDA to GloVe word embeddings and find some interesting insights.
  3. The article discusses the integration of Large Language Models (LLMs) and search engines, exploring two themes: Search4LLM, which focuses on enhancing LLMs using search engines, and LLM4Search, which looks at improving search engines with LLMs.
  4. This tutorial covers fine-tuning BERT for sentiment analysis using Hugging Face Transformers. Learn to prepare data, set up environment, train and evaluate the model, and make predictions.
  5. A research team introduces Super Tiny Language Models (STLMs) to address the resource-intensive nature of large language models, providing high performance with significantly reduced parameter counts.
  6. This article is part of a series titled ‘LLMs from Scratch’, a complete guide to understanding and building Large Language Models (LLMs). In this article, we discuss the self-attention mechanism and how it is used by transformers to create rich and context-aware transformer embeddings.

    The Self-Attention mechanism is used to add context to learned embeddings, which are vectors representing each word in the input sequence. The process involves the following steps:

    1. Learned Embeddings: These are the initial vector representations of words, learned during the training phase. The weights matrix, storing the learned embeddings, is stored in the first linear layer of the Transformer architecture.

    2. Positional Encoding: This step adds positional information to the learned embeddings. Positional information helps the model understand the order of the words in the input sequence, as transformers process all words in parallel, and without this information, they would lose the order of the words.

    3. Self-Attention: The core of the Self-Attention mechanism is to update the learned embeddings with context from the surrounding words in the input sequence. This mechanism determines which words provide context to other words, and this contextual information is used to produce the final contextualized embeddings.
  7. In this article, we will explore various aspects of BERT, including the landscape at the time of its creation, a detailed breakdown of the model architecture, and writing a task-agnostic fine-tuning pipeline, which we demonstrated using sentiment analysis. Despite being one of the earliest LLMs, BERT has remained relevant even today, and continues to find applications in both research and industry.
  8. This article discusses Retrieval-Augmented Generation (RAG) models, a new approach that addresses the limitations of traditional models in knowledge-intensive Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks. RAG models combine parametric memory from pre-trained seq2seq models with non-parametric memory from a dense vector index of Wikipedia, enabling dynamic knowledge access and integration.
  9. This article explains how to use the Sentence Transformers library to finetune and train embedding models for a variety of applications, such as retrieval augmented generation, semantic search, and semantic textual similarity. It covers the training components, dataset format, loss function, training arguments, evaluators, and trainer.
  10. "The paper introduces a technique called LoReFT (Low-rank Linear Subspace ReFT). Similar to LoRA (Low Rank Adaptation), it uses low-rank approximations to intervene on hidden representations. It shows that linear subspaces contain rich semantics that can be manipulated to steer model behaviors."

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