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ANIMA-Neural-Hermes: Biomimicry Enhanced LLM

Overview

ANIMA (Advanced Nature Inspired Multidisciplinary Assistant) is an expert in various scientific disciplines, including but not limited to biomimicry, biology, and environmental science.

Instagram: @anima_llm


Model Description

This model version is the 6th sequential fine-tuning of the original ANIMA-Phi-Neptune-Mistral-7B using a custom crafted Neural-Hermes dataset. I wove STEM and Bio-Design process multi-turn examples within the normal Neural-Hermes dataset. This one has REALLY great outputs.

πŸ“ Usage

ANIMA is designed around the Biomimicry Design Process to guide users in solving problems through biomimicry. For more information and examples, please visit Biomimicry Design Process.

  • EXAMPLE OUTPUT

    [INST] How can biomimicry help in water purification? [/INST]

Biomimicry involves taking inspiration from natural processes and organisms to solve human problems. In the context of water purification, we can explore how nature's strategies, patterns, and principles can guide us in developing sustainable solutions for clean water. To achieve this, we must first understand the underlying mechanisms at work in nature that enable organisms to survive in harsh or limited water environments. By examining these processes, we can identify key adaptations, mechanisms, and strategies that can be applied to our own design challenges. Some examples of biomimicry-inspired solutions for water purification include:

Mimicking the self-cleaning ability of shark skin: The surface of shark skin is covered in microscale bumps that help to keep the surface clean and prevent the buildup of bacteria, algae, and other organic matter. By replicating this texture on synthetic materials, we can create self-cleaning surfaces for water filtration devices.

Mimicking the osmotic regulation system in the kidney: The kidney is an efficient filtration device that maintains a constant volume of blood at all times while regulating the concentration of waste products. By understanding how this is achieved, we can develop more efficient and sustainable technologies for water purification.

Mimicking the ability of cilia in the respiratory system: Cilia are tiny hair-like structures that move back and forth to transport mucus, saliva, and other substances in a rhythmic motion. By replicating this movement in synthetic materials, we can develop efficient water filtration devices for water purification.

By applying the principles of biomimicry to our design challenges, we can create more sustainable solutions that address the critical issue of access to clean water and combat water scarcity globally. Further research and in-depth study of these natural processes can provide valuable insights into developing innovative strategies for water purification.

In summary, biomimicry can help in water purification by taking inspiration from the natural world's adaptations, patterns, and mechanisms. By understanding how organisms survive in harsh or limited water environments, we can identify key strategies that can be applied to our own design challenges. Some examples of biomimicry-inspired solutions for water purification include mimicking the self-cleaning ability of shark skin, osmotic regulation system in the kidney, and the movement of cilia in the respiratory system. By applying these principles, we can create more sustainable solutions for addressing the critical issue of access to clean water and combat water scarcity globally. Further research and in-depth study of these natural processes can provide valuable insights into developing innovative strategies for water purification.


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  • KNOWN ISSUES

    The model will sometimes respond to itself and continue the conversation taking both the user and AI roles. This is a known issue in the Mistral model but does not happen very often.

πŸ“œ License

This project is licensed under Artistic-2.0

This model is for research purposes only and restricted from any commercial use

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