SESSION

Applications of Stanford DSPy for Self-Improving Language Model Pipelines (repeated)

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OVERVIEW

EXPERIENCEIn Person
TYPEBreakout
TRACKGenerative AI
INDUSTRYEnterprise Technology, Health and Life Sciences, Financial Services
TECHNOLOGIESAI/Machine Learning, GenAI/LLMs
SKILL LEVELBeginner
DURATION40 min

This session is repeated.

 

We delve into practical applications and examples of Stanford DSPy, a programming model designed to enhance the development and optimization of language model (LM) pipelines. Unlike traditional LM pipelines that rely on rigid, hard-coded prompt templates, DSPy utilizes text transformation graphs and parameterized modules to create adaptive, self-improving pipelines. We will explore case studies demonstrating how DSPy programs can efficiently solve complex tasks such as complex question answering. By leveraging DSPy’s ability to compile and optimize pipelines for metrics, attendees will learn how even a few lines of code can significantly boost performance, allowing both large and small language models to achieve superior results with minimal effort.

SESSION SPEAKERS

Thomas Joshi

/Researcher
Stanford DSPy