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Efficient Finetuning of Large Language Models (LLMs)

While Large Language Models (LLMs) like GPT, Gemini, or Claude are powerful, their large size and resource requirements make them impractical for many tasks. To address this, smaller open-source LLMs can be finetuned and customized for specific needs using techniques like Quantization and Low-Rank Adaptation (LoRA). These techniques reduce memory consumption and improve computational efficiency, […]

Miloš Živić

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May 07, 2024

Data Science

Not Just Another Database

There is a common thought of databases being either Relational, Object-based, or NoSQL databases. All these types are widely used in every sphere of life, getting optimized and improved over time and helping us store data and utilize it. As modern technology develops rapidly, we strive to develop technologies more suitable for our needs. With […]

Sep 19, 2023

Data Science

Power BI

Power BI for business

Whether you are working on attracting new customers and getting people interested in products and services or trying to sell them what you are offering data-driven decision making is something that your teams would highly benefit from. We will show you how beautifully visualized data can bring value to your business.

Nina Milosavljević

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Aug 04, 2023

Data Engineering

CoPilot: OpenAI-Powered Assistant

Enhancing the user experience is key to improving any service, whether it’s a website, mobile app, or other digital product. Our plan is to take it to the next level by introducing CoPilot, an OpenAI-powered assistant that allows users to navigate through the system using natural language.

Igor Tica

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Apr 11, 2023

Data Engineering

Polyglot Persistence in NoSQL Space 2022

Years ago it was enough to know one programming language and one storage engine in order to build a system, but nowadays you need to be a polyglot in every aspect. That’s why you need to be familiar with the cost of each choice and to introduce a new technology only when the benefits from it are much higher than the complexity it brings to the table.

Nenad Božić

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Sep 04, 2021

Data Engineering

How (not) to start with Apache Cassandra

Within several previous projects, we have held consultations for development teams coming from the relational world and adopting Cassandra database. The experience gained from those projects has triggered me to publish my learning guidelines for it. We see a pattern when adopting Cassandra and it involves taking a shortcut rather than an in-depth understanding of how Cassandra works. I will try to address those shortcuts and red flags and give you advice on how to start.

Nenad Božić

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Aug 09, 2021

Data Engineering

The Next Generation of OSS Software Won’t Be Apache

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has been a steward of free open-source software (FOSS) for over 15 years.

Scott Hirleman (guest)

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Jun 22, 2021

Data Engineering

Tuning Java Driver for Heavy Write and Low Latency Read Scenario

This tuning guide underscores understanding your unique use case. No one-size-fits-all solution exists for optimizing the DataStax Java driver with Apache Cassandra. Remember: grasp your use case before adjusting the driver and Cassandra settings.

Nenad Božić

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Jun 18, 2021

Data Science

Trying to navigate in the Obstacle Tower environment with Reinforcement Learning

In today’s order of things, when artificial intelligence is on the rise, reinforcement learning is a favorable field for new research. It represents a computer-based way of learning from an environment with a focus on achieving a goal. Application of this type of learning is in tasks of optimal management, optimization, and monitoring.

Predrag Njegovanović

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Jun 09, 2021

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