Modelfiles

#1
based dolphin mixtral
Dolphin model with a special system prompt.
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#2
multi agent
Creates multiple agents to work on your task
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#3
code companion
A coding assistant that cuts the crap and gets right to the point
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#4
midjourney prompt generator
This simple modelfile will help create a prompt to feed to Midjourney.
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#5
Image Generative AI Prompt Generator
This Modelfile is for generating random natural sentences as AI image prompts. You can test on DALL-E, Midjourney, Stable Diffusion (SD 1.5, SD 2.X, SDXL), Firefly, Ideogram, PlaygroundAI models, etc.
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#6
blackhat hacker
Blackhat hacker that can create malware or bypass computer security
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#7
emilio
a very inteliggent software developer
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#8
BashBot
📟 🧠 🤖 Bash Command Generation Chatbot with fine tuned parameters. It is designed to write short answers until you ask for explanation. It utilizes OpenChat-v3.5-0106. (+ bugfixed)
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#9
chatgpt-4-uncensored
WARNING: Minimum ram is 64GB. An uncensored version of ChatGPT 4
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#10
shelldon
An expert in shell scripts
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#11
ten tweets
This is a simple modelfile that generates ten tweets based off any topic.
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#12
devops
This is a simple modelfile that takes will respond to any questions that a senior DevOps engineer should know how to solve.
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#13
linux terminal
This is a simple modelfile that acts as a linux terminal.
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#14
english translator and improver
This is a simple modelfile that acts as an english translator and improver.
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#15
psychologist
This is a modelfile that acts as a psychologist.
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#16
cyber security specialist
This is a simple modelfile that acts as a cyber security specialist.
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#17
stable diffusion prompt (Uncensored)
This will create great prompts to paste into stable diffusion
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#18
socratic tutor
A Socratic Tutor, guide users to answers with thought-provoking questions.
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#19
recipe maker
Simple modelfile to generate a recipe from a short list of ingredients.
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#20
microsoft phi-2 (dolphin version)
Phi-2: The surprising power of small language models
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