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Simon Willison: OpenAI's New Features & Security Risks of Large Language Models (Part 1)

Simon Willison: OpenAI's New Features & Security Risks of Large Language Models (Part 1)

Update: 2023-11-24
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Simon Willison, the creator of the open source data exploration and publishing tool Datasette, joins Nikita Roy to discuss the recent turmoil at Open AI and the new features unveiled at OpenAI’s first developer conference earlier this month.They discuss the security risks inherent in generative AI applications and explore the usefulness of small language models for journalists, particularly for analyzing sensitive data on personal devices.



Simon, a former software architect at The Guardian and JSK Fellow at Stanford University, currently works full-time to build open-source tools for data journalism. Prior to becoming an independent open source developer,  Simon served as an engineering director at Eventbrite. He is also renowned for his work as the co-creator of the Django Web Framework, a key tool in Python web development.



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Simon Willison: OpenAI's New Features & Security Risks of Large Language Models (Part 1)

Simon Willison: OpenAI's New Features & Security Risks of Large Language Models (Part 1)