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Trainbot (via) “Trainbot watches a piece of train track, detects passing trains, and stitches together images of them”—check out the site itself too, which shows beautifully stitched panoramas of trains that have recently passed near Jo M’s apartment. Found via the best Hacker News thread I’ve seen in years, “Ask HN: Most interesting tech you built for just yourself?”.

# 28th April 2023, 2:24 pm / computervision, go, hacks, raspberrypi

I've successfully run LLaMA 7B model on my 4GB RAM Raspberry Pi 4. It's super slow about 10sec/token. But it looks we can run powerful cognitive pipelines on a cheap hardware.

Artem Andreenko

# 12th March 2023, 6:22 pm / ai, generative-ai, llama, raspberrypi, llms