Unlock the full potential of AI with Building LLMs for Production—our 470+ page guide to mastering LLMs with practical projects and expert insights!


What I Learned From Creating an AI of Myself
Latest   Machine Learning

What I Learned From Creating an AI of Myself

Last Updated on June 10, 2024 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Sarah Cordivano

Originally published on Towards AI.

And why customized AIs make me optimistic for the future

Have you ever wanted to clone yourself? I don’t mean physically, but rather technologically. Extract the expertise and knowledge you’ve spent a lifetime accumulating and “open source” it. Well, I did just that! And I learned a lot along the way. Here’s how I did it.

From Photo to Avatar, for “SarahGPT”

When I wrote “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: How to Succeed at an Impossible Job,” my primary goal was not to make money. My goal was to get the book in the hands of as many people as I could. I wanted to give them a resource that they could use in their daily work that was easy to access and was incredibly practical.

A print book has its limitations. In order to use it, you need to have it with you or you need to remember the content you read in the past. You need to be able to connect the challenge you are trying to solve with the chapter where the useful information lies. And you need to have the time and patience to reference it on the go.

Despite having this resource available for the world, I still got a lot of messages on LinkedIn from friends (old and new)… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

Join thousands of data leaders on the AI newsletter. Join over 80,000 subscribers and keep up to date with the latest developments in AI. From research to projects and ideas. If you are building an AI startup, an AI-related product, or a service, we invite you to consider becoming a sponsor.

Published via Towards AI

Feedback ↓