If you do one thing to optimise cloud carbon footprint start with your choice of region. Consider the balance between cost, environmental, security and performance considerations when it comes to choosing a cloud region consciously.
In this post, I provide an overview of the capability models that are out there, summarise the distinct capabilities required for AI/ML projects, and make the case for what I believe to be the most important capability your organisation will require.
As I was reading this year's State of Open Source in Finance report, I reflected on my time working in financial services and the ongoing struggle they had adopting and contributing to open source. In this blog I look at the report's findings, how things have (and have not) changed in FS and how larger organisations can foster an open source culture.
In this blog, I will walk the reader through some simple statistical concepts to aid in testing AI. I hope it is accessible regardless of prior statistical knowledge.
I had the pleasure of attending Cvent Connect, a prominent conference for events and marketing professionals held in London last week. Can you guess what the hottest topic for debate was? You're right, it was none other than AI and Tech! This time it was in the form of the debate of People vs Tech in copywriting and marketing. Read this blog to find out which/who emerged victorious.
A case study of testing a customised GPT-powered chatbot to present strategy and challenges to test LLM-Based applications.
In my previous post, I introduced and approach to testing called Testing with Intent. Essentially, the approach focuses on testing from the perspective of a user intending to do something. Adopting this approach brings you benefits in both your test suites and your products accessibility. That post discussed why the topic is important and how you can benefit if you adopt it. Now, it’s time to look at the technical side of how this actually works in practice.
In this post, I explore an approach to testing called Testing with Intent. I look what the approach is—testing from the perspective of a user intending to do something—and the positive impacts it can have on both testing and accessibility. I've written this for a broad audience, so I've steered clear of technical details included. Instead, you should come away with an understanding of why this topic is important and how you can benefit from adopting the approach.
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We demonstrate our web app used for experimenting with different types of prompt injection attacks and mitigations on LLMs and how easy it can be to hack GPT through malicious prompts.