Jeff Huber (Co-Founder and CEO @ Chroma) talks about vector databases, how they fit into AI, and what makes Chroma so popular.
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Topic 1 - Welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about your background, and what brought you to create Chroma.
Topic 2 - Our audience, like many out there, is learning AI as fast as they can. So, let’s start with a few basic concepts. What is a vector database, and why is it important to AI?
Topic 3 - Does this only help foundational models? What goes into the integration into a model, and can this be used with any model?
Topic 4 - Is RAG (Retrieval-Augmented Generation) possible without a vector database?
Topic 5 - What are the trade-offs between fine-tuning a model (adding the data in) vs. RAG (keeping the data external)?
Topic 6 - What else is needed to create an “AI Stack”?
Topic 7 - Let’s talk about Chroma. First off, there is the OSS project which has been a huge success. Over 3 million downloads and 9.5k Github stars and inclusion into some 10k plus projects. Tell everyone a little bit about Chroma and what makes it different. You recently also announced a major milestone, over one million instances running
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