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Show HN: ChatLLaMA – A ChatGPT style chatbot for Facebook’s LLaMA

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Pearson, once a leader, sells its online services business

Image: Once upon a time, Pearson Education helped Arizona State University become one of the biggest online powers in higher education. It was one of the first, and most significant, arrangements in what would come to be known as the online… Continue Reading →

Show HN: Finetune LLaMA-7B on commodity GPUs using your own text

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Newegg’s unique NAS configurator is a handy, but limited, shopping tool

Enlarge (credit: Newegg) Newegg has a quick and dirty way to pick a new NAS device and the drives that’ll go in it. Announced today, the NAS Builder provides a unique, clean interface for perusing the retailer’s available NAS enclosures… Continue Reading →

Amazon layoffs will shut down camera review site after 25 years

Enlarge (credit: Nikon) Amazon has plans to lay off at least 27,000 workers this year, including 9,000 that were announced in an internal email Monday morning. One unexpected casualty: Digital Photography Review, also known as DPReview, is losing its entire… Continue Reading →

Nvidia DGX Cloud: Train Your Own ChatGPT in a Web Browser For $37K a Month

An anonymous reader writes: Last week, we learned that Microsoft spent hundreds of millions of dollars to buy tens of thousands of Nvidia A100 graphics chips so that partner OpenAI could train the large language models (LLMs) behind Bing’s AI… Continue Reading →

PeerTube 5.1 Is Out

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Nvidia partners with Google Cloud to launch AI-focused hardware instances

In partnership with Google, Nvidia today launched a new cloud hardware offering, the L4 platform, optimized to run video-focused applications. Available in private preview on Google Cloud through Google’s G2 virtual machines, Nvidia says that the L4 platform is designed… Continue Reading → is coming to an end

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Nvidia launches new cloud services and partnerships to train generative AI

At its annual GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia announced a set of cloud services designed to help businesses build and run generative AI models trained on custom data and created for “domain-specific tasks,” like writing ad copy. Under the brand Nvidia… Continue Reading →

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