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Retrieval augmented generation (RAG) is a strategy that helps address both LLM hallucinations and out-of-date training data.
Ben welcomes back friend of the show Eliot Horowitz, cofounder and CTO of Viam, who’s also the cofounder and former CTO of MongoDB. They talk about the current status of robot assistants, why Viam is hardware-agnostic, and building robots to train cats (good luck with that).
Being an effective coder with a code generation tool still requires you to be an effective coder without one.
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As much as your students love their nap breaks, they're better off learning what they came to learn.
"Diplomats and embassies are immune to any reprisals from their host country. But they are not immune to reprisals from their own country."
A story with a happy ending: after getting advice from Stack Exchange, the users convinced their management to make a change!
Mostly because you would arrive at the wrong answers.
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Naming things is hard, but here’s some advice to help you through it.
It's very important to consider mobile users when building on the web, but it can cause some usability issues for other users.
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