How to Transcribe Audio For Free
Jeremy Morgan
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1d ago
So you want to transcribe some audio into text. There are a lot of great services out there, where you upload a video or MP3, and they’ve been around for years. But what if you have a TON of text to transcribe? Or do you want to save money? You can do just that with an open-source tool called Whisper and a tiny bit of Python. You can run a tool on your local machine to transcribe audio files into text ..read more
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How to install Raspberry Pi OS from Arch Linux
Jeremy Morgan
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1w ago
So you just got a fancy new Raspberry Pi and want to set it up and get it running. There are several ways to do this, and there are many instructions for folks using Windows, Mac, or Ubuntu. Lately, I’ve been using the RPI Imager. There aren’t any instructions on the official website for Arch Linux, but it isn’t much different to install and adds some cool options, as we’ll see in this article ..read more
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How to Install Ollama with Open WebUI in Arch Linux
Jeremy Morgan
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3w ago
If you’ve read my blog enough lately, you know I’m crazy about Ollama. It’s super easy and powerful. In fact, most people I know who play with Generative AI use it. Equally cool is the Open WebUI. You can attach it to Ollama (and other things) to work with large language models with an excellent, clean user interface. You can set up a nice little service right on your desktop, or, like in my case, put together a dedicated server for private development that doesn’t rack up API fees ..read more
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How to Run a Local LLM with Ubuntu
Jeremy Morgan
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1M ago
If you want to run your own large language model like ChatGPT, you’re in luck. There are tons of well-rounded, easy software packages for this. Ollama is one of my favorites by far. In this tutorial, we will set up Ollama with a WebUI on your Ubuntu Machine. This is a great way to run your own LLM for learning and experimenting, and it’s private—all running on your own machine ..read more
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Stable Diffusion AI Image Generator
Jeremy Morgan
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4M ago
The image generation services out there (Midjourney, DallE, Gemini, etc) are awesome. The quality is unmatched at this time. But what if you want to generate images on your own local computer? The reasons you’d want to do this: No monthly fees No queues or credits Freedom to generate whatever you want You can add them to applications you’re developing For local AI image generation, it’s hard to beat Stable Diffusion ..read more
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Ollama Windows
Jeremy Morgan
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5M ago
If you’re a blog reader or follow me on social media, you already know I’m a huge fan of Ollama. It is an excellent platform for running Large Language Models locally. It’s easy to use and powerful. There are “easier” programs out there like LMStudio and GPT4All that are simpler to set up. However, Ollama gives you a lot more control and can be customized very nicely. You can be running models or even writing AI-powered applications in minutes ..read more
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How to a Multimodal LLM Locally
Jeremy Morgan
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5M ago
Introduction Multimodal AI is changing how we interact with large language models. In the beginning we typed in text, and got a response. Now we can upload multiple types of files to an LLM and have it parsed. Blending natural language processing and computer vision, these models can interpret text, analyze images, and make reccomendations. Until recently multimodal AI was limited to hosted solutions, the “big name” tools. Services like ChatGPT, Claude, Bard, and so many others ..read more
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How to Run LLM Locally Mac M1
Jeremy Morgan
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6M ago
I’ve written about running LLMs (large language models) on your local machine for a while now. I play with this sort of thing nearly every day. So, I’m always looking for cool things to do in this space and easy ways to introduce others (like you) to the world of LLMs. This is my latest installment. While I’ve been using Ollama a ton lately, I saw this new product called LMstudio come up and thought I’d give it a shot ..read more
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How to Kill a Process in Linux
Jeremy Morgan
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7M ago
Processes are the background operations that make up an operating system’s functionality. They can include anything from web servers and databases to utility programs, scripts, and even Python or Node.js applications. In Linux, processes are managed by the kernel and can be easily identified with their associated PID (Process ID). But sometimes, they need to die. If something is hanging up or causing a problem you need to terminate the process ..read more
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Midjourney Prompt Generator
Jeremy Morgan
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7M ago
I’ve been using Midjourney a lot lately, and noticed I use the same parameters all the time. I created a script to generate prompts, and thought “hey I bet others can use this!” Introducing the Midjourney Prompt Generator: the ultimate creative companion for digital artists, content creators, and anyone looking to unlock the full potential of AI-assisted design. It’s 100% free and always will be. This tool will help you craft the perfect prompt for generating Midjourney images ..read more
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