15 Github Repositories that all AI/ML enthusiasts should keep an eye on — May ‘2023 Edition

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4 min readMay 17


As the world of technology continues to evolve at breakneck speed, staying up-to-date with the latest trends, techniques, and tools can be daunting. One of the best resources for keeping your finger on the pulse of the tech industry is GitHub, the world’s leading software development platform. In this post, we will highlight some of the top GitHub repositories that every tech enthusiast should follow in 2023. Whether you’re a seasoned developer or an aspiring tech enthusiast, these repositories offer a wealth of information, resources, and inspiration.

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Before we get on with our list, let's get a few usual suspects out of the way
i. ChatGPT Retrieval Plugin
ii. Triton
iii. BabyAGI
iv. Auto-GPT
v. Evals

With those out of the way, here’s our curated list (in no particular order) of innovative projects that are picking up steam in the world of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence

Repository #1: privateGPT

by imartinez
Github Stars: 16.7K
Description: Ask questions about your documents without an internet connection using the power of LLMs. 100% private; no data leaves your execution environment at any point. You can ingest documents and ask questions without an internet connection!
Link: https://github.com/imartinez/privateGPT

Repository #2: Stable Diffusion web UI

Github Stars: 75.5K
Description: A browser interface based on the Gradio library for Stable Diffusion.
Link: https://github.com/AUTOMATIC1111/stable-diffusion-webui#stable-diffusion-web-ui

Repository #3: Local AI

by go-skynet
Github Stars: 3.5K
Description: LocalAI is a drop-in replacement REST API compatible with OpenAI API specifications for local inferencing. It allows to run models locally or on-prem with consumer-grade hardware, supporting multiple models families compatible…



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