Topic: Generative AI

The release of the first major generative AI models, like Stable Diffusion for images and ChatGPT for text, amazed me. Not since I first learned to program have computers felt so magical. I use generative AI to augment my creativity and speedup my work. My articles about generative AI, how I use it and what I think it is good for, can be found here:

Using Large Language Models To Clean Data
Manually fixing messy data is tedious and slow. But thankfully, LLMs are pretty good are piecing together mangled text. Read on to find out how!
Claude Solves SAT Analogies
Word2Vec failed to solve SAT analogies, can modern language models do better? A small test of Anthropic's Claude LLM.
When Are Large Language Models Useful?
Large language models (LLMs) are incredibly valuable tools, but they're not for everything. Here's a simple rule to know when to use them and when to avoid them.
How I Write with ChatGPT
OpenAI's ChatGPT is viewed as entertaining but not useful because it makes up facts. But I find it incredibly valuable for writing. Here is how I use it.
AI, Artists, and Technology
AI generated art took off with the open-source release of Stable Diffusion, leaving some artists worried. As an artist and machine learning engineer, here is my take.