Published 2/2024
Created by Muhammad Asif
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 5 Lectures ( 36m ) | Size: 368 MB

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What you'll learn:
Understand LLM architecture: Transformer models, attention mechanisms, self-attention layers for text data processing
Gain practical skills: Implement, train, fine-tune, evaluate LLMs using TensorFlow or PyTorch for real-world applications
Explore advanced techniques: Model compression, knowledge distillation, multi-task learning, transfer learning for optimizing LLM performance
Analyze ethical implications: Address bias, fairness, privacy, misinformation; foster responsible AI deployment in society
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Welcome to "Engineering AI: Large Language Models," an advanced course designed to explore the intricate mechanisms, applications, and ethical considerations surrounding large language models (LLMs). In this rapidly evolving field, understanding the fundamental principles governing LLMs is crucial for engineers, data scientists, and AI enthusiasts alike.Throughout this course, students will delve deep into the architecture and operation of LLMs, gaining insights into the underlying algorithms such as Transformer models and attention mechanisms. Practical sessions will cover hands-on implementation of LLMs using frameworks like TensorFlow or PyTorch, allowing students to develop a comprehensive understanding of model training, fine-tuning, and evaluation techniques.Moreover, the course will examine cutting-edge research in the field, including advancements in model scalability, efficiency, and interpretability. Students will explore various applications of LLMs across domains such as natural language processing, conversational AI, content generation, and more.Ethical considerations form a significant component of this course, as students analyze the societal impacts of deploying LLMs, including issues related to bias, misinformation, privacy, and algorithmic fairness. Through case studies and discussions, students will critically assess the ethical implications of LLM development and deployment, fostering a responsible approach to AI engineering.By the end of the course, students will emerge with a comprehensive understanding of the theory, implementation, and ethical considerations surrounding large language models. Armed with this knowledge, graduates will be equipped to contribute meaningfully to the advancement of AI technology while navigating the complex ethical landscape of modern AI development.Prerequisites: Basic understanding of machine learning concepts, proficiency in programming (Python recommended), familiarity with deep learning frameworks (e.g., TensorFlow, PyTorch).Join us on a journey to unlock the potential of large language models and shape the future of AI engineering.
Who this course is for:
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