LLMs are all the rage right now, and very quickly both tech-wise and non-tech-wise leaders are coming around to their value and how these amazing models could benefit their companies. The fact is that these AI powerhouses can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and even answer your questions in an informative way.
And when you fine-tune them to your specific domain, their value only jumps by leaps and bounds. But, now that you have the makings of an LLM or even a model, how will your team turn your model into an AI beast that can enhance your company’s productivity?
There are now many groups who are ready to fill in the gap and help companies unlock the potential of their LLMs. Right now, a vibrant ecosystem of platforms and tools has sprung up, each geared towards helping you interact with your LLM and unlock its full capacity. Let’s explore some of the top contenders.
Think of Llama Index as your LLM’s personal librarian. This LLM framework lets you curate and organize your own data sources, like documents, databases, and APIs, making them readily accessible to your LLM. This means is that you can ask your LLM questions about your specific data, not just the generic internet firehose. What makes this platform popular is that it excels at integrating seamlessly with popular LLMs like ChatGPT and Bard and boasts a user-friendly interface.
Now, if you’re into building multi-step, conversational experiences powered by LLMs, then LangChain is your friend. LangChain allows you to construct branching dialogues, integrate external APIs, and even personalize experiences based on user interactions. In short, think of this LLM framework as a normal chatbot but on steroids. If used correctly, it could be perfect for customer service, education, or interactive storytelling.
Sometimes, you want to be a bit more creative in how you work with your LLM. Yet, unless you have a large sum of capital, you can’t build the infrastructure required to do it yourself. But there’s an answer – Autogpt. This LLM framework pairs your LLM with a collaborative editing interface, letting you brainstorm ideas, fine-tune text, and iterate on creative projects together. Whether writing a poem, brainstorming a marketing campaign, or crafting a novel, Autogpt can spark your imagination and push your LLM to its creative limits.
Tried building chain prompts or long-form prompts but you can’t get the results that you want? Instead, you’d love to be able to use a simple, streamlined way to interact with your LLM through plain text prompts. Langdock has you covered. This straightforward LLM framework offers a clean interface for sending prompts and receiving excellent responses from your model. It’s perfect for quick questions, code generation, or basic text manipulation. This way you can get your model working quickly and effectively.
Hugging Face, a hub for all things NLP also offers its own agent LLM framework for building interactive LLM experiences. The platform provides a powerful yet flexible toolkit for constructing custom agents with features like dialogue history, state management, and policy control so you can bring out the best in your model. This is ideal for developers and researchers wanting to craft bespoke LLM interactions.
Looking for an enterprise-grade solution for deploying and managing your LLM? Microsoft Guidance steps in. This LLM framework offers secure infrastructure, model governance tools, and built-in analytics to help you get the most out of your LLM investments in a controlled and responsible manner.
If you’re a data scientist or data enthusiast who wants to take the lead with your own model, H2Ogpt is worth a peek. This open-source LLM framework integrates LLMs with H2O, a popular data science platform. This means you can use your LLM to analyze data, generate reports, and even explain complex models in human-friendly language. Perfect for bridging the gap between data and insights without losing the power of your LLM.
Keep in mind that LLMs are still quite new and the ecosystem that users and companies will be able to choose from is quite young. As time goes on, even more platforms or upgrades to existing products will come. But if you want to keep up on the latest in large language models, and not be left in the dust, then you don’t want to miss the NLP & LLM track as part of ODSC East this April.
Connect with some of the most innovative people and ideas in the world of data science, while learning first-hand from core practitioners and contributors. Learn about the latest advancements and trends in NLP & LLMs, including pre-trained models, with use cases focusing on deep learning, training and finetuning, speech-to-text, and semantic search.
Confirmed sessions include, with many more to come:
- NLP with GPT-4 and other LLMs: From Training to Deployment with Hugging Face and PyTorch Lightning
- Enabling Complex Reasoning and Action with ReAct, LLMs, and LangChain
- Ben Needs a Friend – An intro to building Large Language Model applications
- Data Synthesis, Augmentation, and NLP Insights with LLMs
- Building Using Llama 2
- Quick Start Guide to Large Language Models
- LLM Best Practises: Training, Fine-Tuning and Cutting Edge Tricks from Research
- LLMs Meet Google Cloud: A New Frontier in Big Data Analytics
- Operationalizing Local LLMs Responsibly for MLOps
- LangChain on Kubernetes: Cloud-Native LLM Deployment Made Easy & Efficient
- Tracing In LLM Applications