With all the excitement around chatGPT, it’s easy to lose sight of the unique risks of generative AI. Large language models (LLMs) -- a form of generative AI -- are really good at creating prose that sounds like a native speaker. But because they’re so good at it, large language models may give a false impression they possess actual understanding. They don't! In this video, Phaedra …
Large language models (LLMs) like chatGPT can generate authoritative-sounding prose on many topics and domains, they are also prone to just "make stuff up". Literally plausible sounding nonsense! In this video, Martin Keen explains the different types of "LLMs hallucinations", why they happen, and ends with recommending steps that you, as a LLM user, can take to minimize their occurrence…
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We talk about the social, moral and political issues surrounding Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, but often it’s not very clear what these terms mean, how they differ from one another and what might be everyday examples of each. These terms are often used interchangeably despite meaning somewhat different things.
These technologies are commonly associated with artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, and neural networks, and while they do all play a role, these terms tend to be used interchangeably in conversation, leading to some confusion around the nuances between them. Hopefully, we can use this blog post to clarify some of the ambiguity here.