On Tuesday, OpenAI launched GPT-4, the fourth installment in the artificial intelligence (AI) lab’s GPT series.
While it’s too early to make firm statements, it’s not unlikely that linguistic AI labs like DeepL or large language models (LLM) such as GPT-3 will be embedded in different steps of the translation process. The increasing penetration of AI in language services is keeping industry analysts busy as potential disruptions now need to be defined.
OpenAI, the San Francisco-based artificial intelligence laboratory behind the large language model (LLM) GPT-3 and the image generator DALL-E, launched a new tool on Wednesday: ChatGPT.
You wouldn’t use Google Translate to churn out an English-language (or any language, for that matter) version of a novel like Gabriel García Márquez’s Cien años de soledad — or would you?
This post, originally posted by Claudio Fantinuoli of KUDO, was written entirely by the GPT-3 AI without any editing. GPT-3 is a language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text. Illustrated by Dalle-2, an AI system that can create realistic images and art from a description in natural language.
Unlike many other large language models, OPT-175B will be available for free to all researchers or institutions that request access. The company notes that this effort is an attempt to “democratize” large language models, which will allow for further research into the models’ potential benefits — and dangers — to society.
The Technology Innovation Institute (TII), an Abu Dhabi-based research center, recently announced the development of NOOR, the largest Arabic-language natural language processing (NLP) model to date.
SambaNova, a Palo Alto-based tech company that specializes in artificial intelligence (AI), announced recently that the company has added the GPT-3 language model to...
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OpenAI’s GPT-3 was released privately for beta testing in July. The AI language model has already generated tens of thousands of views and dozens...