Join us for a presentation by Senior Data Scientist @ Codecademy Weilin Tu Ye as he explains the basics of Large Language Models (LLMs), the new AI taking the world by storm! From the foundational blocks of AI like machine learning and deep learning to Retrieval Augmented Generation (RAG), supervised finetuning (SFT), quantization and low rank adapters (LoRA)
About our guest
Weilin is a New York University (NYU) graduate with a degree in Finance and Statistics and a focus in analytics and statistical optimization. He has previously worked at Deloitte Consulting as a Technical Analyst within their Data Science practice and at Newsela as a Data Scientist. Weilin joined Codecademy two years ago as a Senior Data Scientist where he works with our product, curriculum and marketing teams to deliver data insights and models that support our product business objectives.
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