Category Archives: Machine Learning for *omics

Eightify: AI to crate YouTube video summaries

This is available as a plug-in for Chrome or Safari. It is free for videos that are less than 30 min. The plug-in is available at eightify.app Eightify is a cutting-edge program made to assist users in condensing the main points of lengthy YouTube films. It’s now simpler to swiftly create summaries of YouTube videos… Read More »

YOUai.ai : mini-AI engines without coding

AI is at the forefront of Society changes. We are at the dawn of a new world. Let’s hope that it will NOT be a “Brave New World“. Today I discovered (through a LinkedIn post by the group “Generative AI” which has 1.3M followers.) This brand new AI is called “youai.ai” with mostly free “mini-AI”… Read More »

Generative AI in Jupyter lab

Yesterday I mentioned 2 options to add a generative AI to the command-line (AI chat models at the command line) one of which is useful (gorilla_cli) while the other is more informative on how to implement a Large Language Model (LLM) on a computer. Both are free options. Yesterday I also discovered this Blog: Generative… Read More »

AI chat models at the command line

Today I discovered 2 AI methods to get AI prompts at the command line. Gorilla_CLI The first one is rather straight forward, and is called gorilla_cli See details on GitHub for installation at https://github.com/gorilla-llm/gorilla-cli I already used it today to ask complex regular expression code to convert some text using sed. The specific question was:… Read More »

Best visualization for your data

This post on LinkedIn shares the data-to-viz.com web site that helps find the best visualization depending on the data itself. It is based on the number of numeric variables, (1,2,3, several) but can also be organized by category, both number and category, time series and more. Further more there are sample code in R, Python,… Read More »

Whisper into ChatGPT

Open AI (openai.com) Playground is a place to experiment new features. It is still in “Beta” and offers previews of what might be coming in ChatGPT, as detailed in the following YouTube video demonstrating: Voice recognition and transcribing text (while editing hums…) Use the recognized text as prompt (into ChatGPT directly) Transcribe and summarize an… Read More »

Tool Could Detect ChatGPT-Generated Work

There are concerns about classroom use of AI generated essays. See for example: “A Toolkit for Addressing AI Plagiarism in the Classroom” [Archived]. AIWritingCheck.org was created by education technology nonprofits Quill.org and CommonLit.org to assist teachers in determining whether writing was produced by humans or artificial intelligence, the organizations claimed in a news release. Another… Read More »

AI: chatGPT alternatives

GPT means Generative Pre-trained Transformer It’s been the buzz since Fall 2022, and AI is slowly creeping in our lives. I have even used ChatGPT a few times to ask questions on Python code or regular expression usage with sed. This 18min YouTube video “The AI wars: Google vs Bing (ChatGPT)” mentions 2 other AI… Read More »

ChatGPT resources

This post is to list some useful resources about ChatGPT that I just discovered through LinkedIn posts and YouTube. OpenAI Cookbook: https://github.com/openai/openai-cookbook Prompt and conversation sharing This is a Google Chrome extension: https://sharegpt.com/ Add ChatGPT to RStudio Title: “Adding Chat GPT to RStudio with the GPT Studio add-in package” Link: https://youtu.be/QQfDTLExoNU RTUTOR.AI uses AI to… Read More »