Please provide a short (approximately 100 word) summary of the following web Content, written in the voice of the original author. If there is anything controversial please highlight the controversy. If there is something surprising, unique, or clever, please highlight that as well. Content: Title: Show HN: Visual intuitive explanations of LLM concepts (LLM University) Site: Hi HN,

We've just published a lot of original, visual, and intuitive explanations of concepts to introduce people to large language models.

It's available for free with no sign-up needed and it includes text articles with some video explanations as well. And we're available to answer your questions in a dedicated Discord channel.

You can find it here:

Having written, I've been thinking about these topics and how best to communicate them for half a decade. But this project is extra special to me because I got to collaborate on it with two of who I think of as some of the best ML educators out there. Luis Serrano of and Meor Amer, author of "A Visual Introduction to Deep Learning"

We're planning to roll out more content to it (let us know what concepts interest you). But as of now, it has the following structure (With some links for highlighted articles for you to audit):


Module 1: What are Large Language Models

- Text Embeddings (

- Similarity between words and sentences (

- The attention mechanism

- Transformer models ( HN Discussion:

- Semantic search


Module 2: Text representation - Classification models (

- Classification Evaluation metrics (

- Classification / Embedding API endpoints

- Semantic search

- Text clustering

- Topic modeling (goes over clustering Ask HN posts

- Multilingual semantic search

- Multilingual sentiment analysis


Module 3: Text generation

- Prompt engineering (

- Use case ideation

- Chaining prompts


A lot of the content originates from common questions we get from users of the LLMs we serve at Cohere. So the focus is more on application of LLMs than theory or training LLMs.

Hope you enjoy it, open to all feedback and suggestions!