22.11.2023 | 

Webinar: Serverless Generative AI mit Llama2 und Fermyon Cloud

WebAssembly (Wasm), Serverless, und Generative AI mit Llama2 oder CodeLlama. Was zunächst wie eine Verkettung aktueller Hype-Buzzwords aussieht, beschreibt allerdings einen neuen, richtungsweisenden Technologie-Stack, der es uns ermöglicht, AI-gestützte Anwendungen in der Cloud zu realisieren. All dies, ohne hierbei Dienste oder Large Language Models (LLMs) zu provisionieren oder gar verwalten zu müssen. In diesem Webinar zeigt Thorsten Hans, welche Möglichkeiten Fermyon Serverless AI bereits heute bietet, wie Sie LLMs wie Llama2 und CodeLlama verwenden können, um im Handumdrehen eine intelligente App zu implementieren. Kein Server; kein kompliziertes Deployment; keine Fixkosten; keine Diskussionen um Kaltstartzeiten; Let’s go!

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Gøran Homberg

Gøran Homberg ist Consultant bei Thinktecture und arbeitet mit unseren Kunden bzgl. deren Anforderungen, Projektansätzen und zugehörigem Projekt-Management.


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