Time for your monthly update, featuring the newest AI models we’ve indexed on AIModels.fyi! As you know, we recently changed our name from Replicate Codex to reflect the expanding nature of the platforms we cover.
This month, I have some exciting models to share with you.
We also now support Cerebrium on the site! Cerebrium is a machine learning framework that makes it easier to train, deploy and monitor ML models with just a few lines of code. We will be adding additional platforms soon.
Ok, now let’s take a look at some of the models we indexed this month, starting with…
🦈 3D (!)
- Shap-e - Generating Conditional 3D Implicit Functions! This one is super cool - it’s a Replicate implementation of OpenAI’s text-to-3D object model.
- GPT4All - a model used to answer questions or perform tasks just like ChatGPT
- GPT-Neo - EleutherAI’s replication of the GPT-3 architecture.
- Llama-7b - Transformers implementation of the LLaMA language model
- Instructblip-Vicuna13b - An instruction-tuned multi-modal model based on BLIP-2 and Vicuna-13B
- DeepFloyd-if - a stable-diffusion-like model that is excellent at generating text in images
- Img2Img - this is Cerebrium’s prebuilt Img2Img implementation
- Tune-a-Video - One-Shot Tuning of Image Diffusion Models for Text-to-Video Generation. Lets you turn a panda riding a surfboard into a sloth riding a surfboard, for example.
For my pick of the month, I'm going with Shap-e! This model is perfect for making game assets, which is another hobby of mine. Writeup coming soon.
I've also added 20+ new guides and resources to our blog. Check out the following links to learn more about AI and my experience building the site:
- Why I ripped out newsletter signup from (almost) my entire site - Investigating a very unexpected outcome… signups dropped when I added more forms!
- Blending Philosophy and Startups: Interview with Tri Ahmad Irfan - the Mind Behind The Stoic CTO, Tazker AI, Lumina, and much more
- A complete guide to LangChain ChatModels - Taking a detailed look at LangChain's chat models, part of a LangChain series I just rolled out.
There are also a few other news items I’d like to point out:
- Cerebrium.ai has announced a bounties program, which means you can get paid to submit AI projects that solve real-world problems.
- Charlie Holtz launched zoo.replicate.dev, a playground to test the speed of AI models for free on Replicate
There you have it!
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