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Meet GPT-3 the AI that can write

 — 22 juillet 2020
A new general language machine-learning model is pushing the boundaries of what AI can do.

OpenAI’s GPT-3 system can reasonably make sense of and write human language. It’s still a long way from genuine artificial intelligence, but it may be looked back on as the iPhone of AI, opening the door to countless commercial applications — both benign and potentially dangerous.

After announcing GPT-3 in a paper in May, OpenAI recently began offering a select group of people access to the system’s API to help the nonprofit explore the AI’s full capabilities.

The reaction from many who tried GPT-3 was nothing short of ecstatic. « Playing with GPT-3, » tweeted developer Arram Sabeti, « feels like seeing the future. »

GPT-3 works the same way as predecessors like OpenAI’s GPT-2 and Google’s BERT — analyzing huge swathes of the written internet and using that information to predict which words tend to follow after each other. What sets GPT-3 apart is the vast amount of data it was trained on half a trillion words.


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