Throughout the last few days I have been devoting all my spare time to learning about and working with the GPT-2 model from OpenAI. They published a paper about the model and it makes for an interesting read. The more interesting part of the equation is actually working with the model and trying to understand how it was constructed and working with all the moving parts. My first efforts were to install it locally on my Windows 10 box. Every time I do that I always think it would have been easier to manage in Ubuntu, but that would be less of a challenge. I figured giving Windows 10 a chance would be a fun part of the adventure. Giving up on Windows has been getting easier and easier. I actually ran Ubuntu Studio as my main operating system for a while with no real problems.
Day 4 with GPT-2
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