An automatically-bootstrapped AI research environment with (huge, maybe too much) batteries included
Please, do yourself a favour: do not try to install
aistack by using this repository. The way it is supposed to be is way easier.
Provided that you have already installed all the required (and, eventually, optional) dependencies, just do:
wget https://ballarin.cc/aistack/asrinit.sh chmod +x ./asrinit.sh ./asrinit.sh
While the relevant documentation is being written (and this README updated), you can find a list of the required and optional dependencies at the beginning of this file.
What is this repository all about?
The place where
aistack is usually developed, tested, maintained - and which sort of serves as a ground truth implementation is here. This way it is accessible through GitHub pages and served at ballarin.cc for easier download and deployment (see above for instructions).
In the usual-case scenario, this repository will be kept (manually, via a script) in sync with this folder from time to time. This means that this repository may, sometimes lag behind the latest version available at ballarin.cc, though this is not the expected behaviour.
Being available, and more accessible, here, this means it is more easily exposed to public scrutiny (and eventual bug-fixing). If you find a bug, or want to suggest improvements, or whatever, feel free to open here a pull request or issue.
In case the point is still valid for the latest version, and the pull request is merged (it will be!) and/or the issue is resolved, manual sync will take place the other way round.