Last updated on April 3rd, 2023 at 05:49 pm
The artificial intelligence chatbot technology was formerly only available in research laboratories.
Still, major firms like Microsoft, Google, and OpenAI are now working to make it more accessible to the general public. Bing AI (and Copilot) from Microsoft is one example.
Even more than that, we have put all three chatbots through their paces in a head-to-head competition to determine which one is superior, or at the very least, which one provides the greatest answers to the most urgent inquiries, such as “How do I add RAM into my PC?”
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What exactly is the function of these Large Language Model (LLM) programs?
OpenAI’s GPT-3 informed us that artificial intelligence (AI) uses “a succession of autocomplete-like algorithms to learn the language” and that these programs study “the statistical features of the language” to “make educated predictions based on the words you’ve typed before.”
Or, to put it another way, in the words of a human being named James Vincent, “These AI tools are enormous autocomplete systems that have been taught to guess which word follows the next in any given phrase.”
As a result, they do not possess a hard-coded database of ‘facts’ that they can rely on; rather, all they have is the capacity to make assertions that seem believable.
This indicates that they tend to offer erroneous information as reality since the fact that a specific phrase sounds convincing is insufficient evidence that it is true.
Nevertheless, there are a great many more components of the landscape of AI that are coming into play, and there are going to be issued.
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