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Outcomes of the Special OpenChain AI Workshop – 2024-03-06

On the 6th of March the OpenChain AI Study Group held a special AI workshop instead of the regular AI call. It provided an opportunity to deep dive into the topic with experts from Qualcomm and Arm, and a chance to ask questions or share ideas. The idea was to fold in the ideas shared thus far and seek a single coherent narrative.

Please note, at the request of attendees, this meeting was held under Chatham House Rule, and therefore a recording is not being shared.

The Formal Agenda:

– Opening comments (Dave and Matthew)
– AI Model supply chain issues (Brian)
— Use cases in context of regulatory backdrop
— Open vs. Proprietary
— War stories
— Roundtable
– Dataset supply chain issues (Jeff)
— Use cases and pragmatic practices
— Open vs. Proprietary
— War stories
— Roundtable
– Possible Solutions – how can OpenChain best provide value to the ecosystem (All)
– Closing (Dave and Matthew)

The Outcomes

It was decided that following meetings would:
– Work through key use cases
— Start with LLM – text to text as a first hypothetical
– Work through the Huggingface Model Card example
— Initial focus will be on what can one should supply when delivering and what one wants to see when receiving

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