Tag: large language models

Embracing the Future: Key Insights from the LLM Solutions Event

Jourik Ciesielski and over 500 professionals at the Nimdzi GenAI event series explore the practical applications of LLMs in localization and beyond.

Babelscape’s AI-powered system, Comprehendo®, is set to boost agricultural corpora research...

Babelscape, an industry leader in commercializing semantic AI research into industrial-powered NLP applications, will provide semantic analytics for research efforts within the Agricultural and...

John Snow Labs Announces Program for the 2023 NLP Summit, the...

Topics Covered Include Large Language Models, Semantic Search, ChatBots, Responsible AI, and the Real-World Projects that Put Them to Work LEWES, Del., Sept. 5, 2023...

Intento’s State of MT 2023 Report Evaluates 37 MT Engines and...

Intento, the Enterprise Machine Translation Hub, and e2f teamed up to study the Machine Translation and Generative AI market and present the State of Machine Translation 2023 report.

Google unveils generative AI tools at developer conference

Since 2016, Google’s been primarily focused on artificial intelligence (AI) research and development. And that R&D appears to be paying off, if Wednesday’s Google...

OpenAI launches GPT-4, improving accuracy and introducing image input

On Tuesday, OpenAI launched GPT-4, the fourth installment in the artificial intelligence (AI) lab’s GPT series.

A conference banned ChatGPT-generated text in its call for submissions. Can...

When OpenAI’s ChatGPT burst onto the scene in November 2022, it also created a bit of distrust between writers and readers — so much so, that the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) recently banned the tool’s use in papers submitted to the conference.

Here’s what people are saying about OpenAI’s ChatGPT

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.

Meta gives researchers full access to its large language model, OPT-175B

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.

How should large language models be regulated?

A 134-page report from the University of Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy warns researchers and policymakers alike against the potential dangers of large language models (LLMs), which have been on the rise in recent years.