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Tuesday, 21st February 2023

FlexGen (via) This looks like a very big deal. FlexGen is a paper and accompanying code that massively reduces the resources needed to run some of the current top performing open source GPT-style large language models. People on Hacker News report being able to use it to run models like opt-30b on their own hardware, and it looks like it opens up the possibility of running even larger models on hardware available outside of dedicated research labs. # 6:41 pm

In defense of prompt engineering

Prompt engineering as a discipline doesn’t get nearly the respect it deserves.

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