Building the Future of LLM Applications – with LangChain and Vector Databases


LLMs are large language models, and they are used to perform various NLP tasks such as text classification, text generation, question answering and more. These LLMs have a limitation: context windows. The models with limited context size can only process a chunk of the text to retrieve relevant answers given a query. Enter vector databases. They can handle vector embeddings - data mappings containing rich semantic information from the original data and help us to augment our model context length capabilities. They are essential to leverage the power of generative Al. As the name suggests, Langchain is the chaining methodology to facilitate integrations between the different components in the solution architecture. This session will dig deeper into each of these segments and will showcase an end-to-end code to run a question-answer retrieval model using the above techniques.


Jayeeta is a Senior Data Scientist with several years of industry experience in Natural Language Processing (NLP), Statistical Modeling, Product Analytics and implementing ML solutions for specialized use cases in B2C as well as B2B domains. Currently, Jayeeta works at Fitch Ratings, a global leader in financial information services. She is an avid LP researcher and gets to explore a lot of state-of-the-art open-source models to build impactful products and firmly believes that data, of all forms, is the best storyteller. Jayeeta also led multiple NLP workshops in association with Women Who Code, and GitNation among others. Jayeeta has also been invited to speak at International Conference on Machine Learning (IML 2022), ODSC East, MLConf EU, WomenTech Global Conference, Data Science Salon, The Al Summit, and Data Summit Connect, to name a few. Jayeeta is also an ambassador for Women in Data Science, at Stanford University, and a Data Science Mentor at Girl Up, United Nations Foundation, and WomenTech Network where she aims to inspire more women to take up STEM. Jayeeta has been nominated for the WomenTech Global Awards 2020 and has been spotlighted in the List of Top 100 Women Who Break the Bias 2022. More information here -

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