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Good LLM Observability is just plain observability

In this post, I aim to demystify the concept of LLM observability. I'll illustrate how everyday tools employed in system monitoring and debugging can be effectively harnessed to enhance AI agents. Using Open Telemetry, we'll delve into creating comprehensive telemetry for intricate agent actions, spanning from question answering to autonomous decision-making.

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What is Open Telemetry?

Essentially, Open Telemetry comprises a suite of APIs, tools, and SDKs that facilitate the creation, collection, and exportation of telemetry data (such as metrics, logs, and traces). This data is crucial for analyzing and understanding the performance and behavior of software applications.

Centuar Chess: AI as a Collaborative Partner

This is a experimental post, please leave feedback in the comments below

This was a essay written by ChatGPT given a quick transcript of a 5 minute mono-logue. The goal was to see if I could use ChatGPT to write a blog post. I think it did a pretty good job, but I'll let you be the judge.

It is my intention that by the end you'll understand that AI is not a threat to human intelligence, but rather a tool that can be used to augment human creativity and productivity.

Freediving under ice

Growing up, I wasn't very physically active. However, as I got older and had more time, I made a conscious effort to get in shape and improve my relationship with my body.

I had done plenty of sports before like you know ping pong or rock climbing or jiu jitsu but after I got my hand injuries during covid I really couldn't do any of that...

Recommendations with Flight at Stitch Fix

As a data scientist at Stitch Fix, I faced the challenge of adapting recommendation code for real-time systems. With the absence of standardization and proper performance testing, tracing, and logging, building reliable systems was a struggle.

To tackle these problems, I created Flight – a framework that acts as a semantic bridge and integrates multiple systems within Stitch Fix. It provides modular operator classes for data scientists to develop, and offers three levels of user experience.