Welcome back to our weekly newsletter, where we bring you the latest and greatest in tech and all things digital! This week, we have some fantastic links to share with you that cover a range of exciting topics. First up, we have a groundbreaking development in Chinese language models - and it's all thanks to the team behind the 骆驼(Luotuo) project. This open-source project was developed by 陈启源 @ 华中师范大学 & 李鲁鲁 @ 商汤科技 & 冷子昂 @ 商汤科技, and it promises to transform the way we communicate in Chinese.
Next, we have an exciting article about the importance of being unpredictable and human in our approach to technology. It's easy to get lost in the sea of algorithms and data, but this is the time to be unpredictable and human when it comes to tech development.
Speaking of tech development, you won't want to miss this next one! We asked GPT-4 to build a Shopify app in just one hour - and it did. That's right, you heard us correctly. Check out this article to learn more about this incredible feat.
But as rapid developments in AI continue to take hold, there comes the question of whether AI development beyond GPT-4 should be paused? There are valid arguments on both sides, and we encourage you to dive into the discussion by checking out this article.
Last but not least, we have a fascinating read about the Cloudflare Bypass for OpenAI based on 'puid'. This article delves into the intricacies of this new discovery and its potential impact on the tech world. You won't want to miss it, so be sure to check out this link for more information.
That's all for this week's newsletter. Stay tuned for more exciting updates and links in the weeks to come!
Our Repo Picks
- getcursor/cursor (TypeScript): An editor made for programming with AI 🤖
- openai/chatgpt-retrieval-plugin (Python): The ChatGPT Retrieval Plugin lets you easily search and find personal or work documents by asking questions in everyday language.
- hpcaitech/ColossalAI (Python): Making large AI models cheaper, faster and more accessible
- mckaywrigley/chatbot-ui (TypeScript): An open source ChatGPT UI.
- LC1332/Luotuo-Chinese-LLM (Jupyter Notebook): 骆驼(Luotuo): Open Sourced Chinese Language Models. Developed by 陈启源 @ 华中师范大学 & 李鲁鲁 @ 商汤科技 & 冷子昂 @ 商汤科技
- mayooear/gpt4-pdf-chatbot-langchain (TypeScript): GPT4 & LangChain Chatbot for large PDF docs
- Bin-Huang/chatbox (TypeScript): A desktop app for ChatGPT API (OpenAI API) that supports Windows, Mac & Linux. 开源的 ChatGPT 桌面应用，prompt 开发神器，全平台支持，下载安装包就能用
- huggingface/peft (Python): 🤗 PEFT: State-of-the-art Parameter-Efficient Fine-Tuning.
- madawei2699/myGPTReader (Python): myGPTReader is a bot on Slack that can read and summarize any webpage, documents including ebooks, or even videos from YouTube. It can communicate with you through voice.
- PlexPt/awesome-chatgpt-prompts-zh : ChatGPT 中文调教指南。各种场景使用指南。学习怎么让它听你的话。
- programthink/zhao (Python): 【编程随想】整理的《太子党关系网络》，专门揭露赵国的权贵
- logspace-ai/langflow (TypeScript): ⛓️ LangFlow is a UI for LangChain, designed with react-flow to provide an effortless way to experiment and prototype flows.
- BlinkDL/RWKV-LM (Python): RWKV is an RNN with transformer-level LLM performance. It can be directly trained like a GPT (parallelizable). So it's combining the best of RNN and transformer - great performance, fast inference, saves VRAM, fast training, "infinite" ctx_len, and free sentence embedding.
- mymusise/ChatGLM-Tuning (Python): 一种平价的 chatgpt 实现方案, 基于 ChatGLM-6B + LoRA
- cocktailpeanut/dalai (CSS): The simplest way to run LLaMA on your local machine
- acheong08/ChatGPT-Proxy-V4 (Go): Cloudflare Bypass for OpenAI based on
- willwulfken/MidJourney-Styles-and-Keywords-Reference : A reference containing Styles and Keywords that you can use with MidJourney AI. There are also pages showing resolution comparison, image weights, and much more!
- LianjiaTech/BELLE (Python): BELLE: Be Everyone's Large Language model Engine（开源中文对话大模型）
- 202252197/ChatGPT_JCM (Vue): OpenAI 管理界面，聚合了 OpenAI 的所有接口进行界面操作(所有模型、图片、音频、微调、文件)等，支持 Markdown 格式(公式、图表，表格)等，GPT4 接口官方只是在申请阶段，后期会一点一点的将 OpenAI 接口进行接入大家支持一下呗，微信群号在下方，右上角点个 Star，我会一直更新下去，大家一起学习，一起加油，一起努力，一起成长。有招 java 开发的还望大佬内推一下感谢、感谢。
- hwchase17/langchain (Python): ⚡ Building applications with LLMs through composability ⚡
- n3d1117/chatgpt-telegram-bot (Python): 🤖 A Telegram bot that integrates with OpenAI's official ChatGPT APIs to provide answers, written in Python
- tloen/alpaca-lora (Jupyter Notebook): Instruct-tune LLaMA on consumer hardware
- BlinkDL/ChatRWKV (Python): ChatRWKV is like ChatGPT but powered by RWKV (100% RNN) language model, and open source.
- TheR1D/shell_gpt (Python): A command-line productivity tool powered by ChatGPT, will help you accomplish your tasks faster and more efficiently.
- f/awesome-chatgpt-prompts (HTML): This repo includes ChatGPT prompt curation to use ChatGPT better.
Our Article Picks
- Francesco Ciulla: TypeScript CRUD Rest API, using: Nest.js, TypeORM, Postgres, Docker and Docker Compose
- Hana Belay: From Problems to Solutions: Understanding Design Patterns
- Dima Sukharev: OpenCommit: GPT generates impressive commits in 1 second 🤯🔫 (open-source)
- Pascal Schilp: Using Typescript without compilation
- Bentil Shadrack: Top 5 MERN STACK projects to improve your practical understanding🚀
- Thomas Sentre: How To Optimize Your React App’s Performance
- Jatin Sharma: Graph Databases vs Relational Databases: What and why?
- Adam Nathaniel Davis: What It Was Like To Code For Amazon (Part 1)
- thomas: Function Overloading in Typescript
- Jon Snow: 20 Github repositories every developer should bookmark(high value resources)
- Nicolas El Khoury: Low Cost "Overkill" AWS Infrastructure for a Newborn Startup
- Michael De Abreu: How to split an Angular app into micro-frontend apps
- Francis Olivier: 5 innovative dev tools to improve your workflow
- Wiktor Plaga: Software Project Checklist
- Dima Sukharev: AI-TDD: you write the test, GPT writes the code to pass it ✅
- Rita Brown: The best AI tools for running your own blog
- Adam Nathaniel Davis: What It Was Like To Code For Amazon (Conclusion)
- Manpreet virk: Use these Notion Templates to Create Your Portfolio in Seconds
- Corbin Crutchley: A story of let, const, object mutation, and a bug in my code
- Christian Heilmann: GitHub Copilot for CLI makes Terminal scripting and Git as easy as asking a question
- Adam Nathaniel Davis: What It Was Like To Code For Amazon (Part 2)
- Lorenzo Zarantonello: Fetching Data With Next.js - part 6
- Erin Bensinger: #DEVDiscuss: Design Patterns
- Joe Mainwaring: Should AI development beyond GPT-4 be paused?
- Ivan: Trying out the app directory in Next.js
- Adit Modi: How I passed the AWS Certified Advanced Networking — Specialty Exam (ANS-C01)
- Ben Halpern: Meme Monday 🥸
- Teja Kummarikuntla: 10 open-source alternatives to run your businesses
- Dominika Zając (she/her) 🇵🇱: How to use Chrome DevTools to debug HTML/CSS on your webpage — intro for beginners
- Michael Tharrington: Top 7 Featured DEV Posts from the Past Week
- Adit Modi: How I passed the AWS Certified Database — Specialty Exam (DBS-C01)
- Taha Shashtari: How to implement undo in your apps
- Christian Heilmann: This is the time to be unpredictable and human
- Anisha Malde: My 5 favourite updates from the new React documentation
- ByteHide: Rocket your .NET App by adding Chat-GPT to it!🚀
- Luca Del Puppo: React Query - useIsFetching & useIsMutation
- Ben Halpern: What new productivity tools have you discovered lately?
- Leonardo Montini: Code Review on a GitHub Pull Request from Visual Studio Code
- Fredy Andrei: 8+ Free Resources & Tools for Web Developers and Designers ⚡️
- Adam Nathaniel Davis: Thank You For Your (Worthless) Comment!
- Max: Building a Generative Image Bot with OpenAI, Telegram, FastAPI and Deta Space
- Ralf Elfving: I asked GPT-4 to build a Shopify app. In an hour. And it did.
- Ben Halpern: What Is Your Greatest (Unique) Strength as a Developer?
- Allen Helton: The Solution Architect's Guide to Serverless
- Armen Vardanyan: Superpowers with Directives and Dependency Injection: Part 4
- Ryan Kahn (he/him): React Server Components Without a Framework
- Ben Halpern: How Do You Handle Legacy Code When Starting a New Project?
- Adit Modi: How I passed the AWS Certified Security — Specialty Exam (SCS-C01)
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