Feb. 10, 2024, 5:01 a.m. | /u/iordanis_

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It must be really frustrating for many to try and train or fine-tune an open-source model only to fail because of just how complicated it is.

Recently heard a conversation of the huggingface developers on a podcast talking about how they identify and debug the activation to apply normalization to stabilize training of LLMs.

I am curious to know, what kind of problems do you run into while training your models (even non-LLM) and how do you usually solve …

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