The story of Generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs), best represented by ChatGPT, have taken center stage in the world of translation and...
As the hottest summer ever experienced by homo sapiens approached its end at the Meta headquarters in California, the world’s ninth-largest corporation announced a new achievement for cyber sapiens: the introduction of SeamlessM4T — "the first all-in-one multimodal and multilingual AI translation model that allows people to communicate effortlessly through speech and text across different languages.”
The short answer is no. Even if the security issues weren’t a blocker, ChatGPT is still under development and is just not there yet from a translation perspective — especially for businesses that need to translate large amounts of text or require high-accuracy translations.
The number of publicly available LLMs has skyrocketed in recent months, as developers rush to get their piece of the pie. PaLM, GPT-4, Claude, and now Llama 2.