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The core challenge posed by generative AI right now is that unlike conventional applications, LLMs have no “delete” button.
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If you did, it would be the loophole of the century.
Is there a clean way to model methods that only make sense depending on the current state of the object?
Congrats, you just created your own internal domain-specific language (iDSL).
There are even some early edition adventures that did exactly this.
“The map may not be the territory.”
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Generations of scientists made the incredible happen! Multiply the distance from the Earth to the moon by more than 50,000, and you'll have an idea of how far this software update is going.
This is a great little case study about how to make a unique loading indicator with CSS.
Embeddings are the technology behind every AI tool you've heard of. Here are some more details about what they are and why they're important.
If you're mixing signed and unsigned variables in C++, you're bound to have some...interesting results!
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