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The team at Oxen.ai is dedicated to helping AI practictioners go from research to production. To help enable this, we host a research paper club on Fridays called ArXiv Dives, where we go over state of the art research and how you can apply it to your own work.

Take a look at our Arxiv Dives, Practical ML Dives as well as a treasure trove of content on how to go from raw datasets to production ready AI/ML systems. We cover everything from prompt engineering, fine-tuning, computer vision, natural language understanding, generative ai, data engineering, to best practices when versioning your data. So, dive in and explore – we're excited to share our journey and learnings with you 🚀

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Generative Deep Learning Book - Chapters 1 & 2 - Intro
Jun 4, 2023

Join the Oxen.ai "Nerd Herd" Every Friday at Oxen.ai we host a public paper club called "Arxiv Dives" to make us smarter Oxen 🐂 🧠. These are the notes from the group session for reference. If you would like to join us live, sign up here. The firs...

Arxiv Dives
Generative Deep Learning Book - Preface
Jun 3, 2023

Join the Oxen.ai "Nerd Herd" Every Friday at Oxen.ai we host a public paper club called "Arxiv Dives" to make us smarter Oxen 🐂 🧠. These are the notes from the group session for reference. If you would like to join us live, sign up here. The firs...

Arxiv Dives
Command Line Tool to Inspect Parquet, CSV, and other DataFrames 🐂 🌾
Apr 20, 2023

When it comes to data, most data scientists know how to use pandas for exploratory data analysis. Spin up a python environment or Jupyter notebook and start loading your data. These couple of extra steps can be a time suck if you only want to poke ar...

Blazing Fast Data Version Control with Oxen 🐂 🔥
Apr 20, 2023

As data scientists or machine learning engineers data is the key to what makes our products succeed. We are constantly running experiments, and the world that is constantly changing, this means we should be versioning our data. I covered this is a pr...