Mangirdas Adomaitis on TechnologyArtificial inteligence, Data scienceSome time ago
Lets talk about OpenAI and their recent decision not to release GPT-3(state of the art Natural Language model). Probably best NLP model available with good feedback so far. 1️⃣ But first some background: OpenAI was originally created as non-profit by Elon Musk and Sam Altman with mission: - OpenAI Mission is to ensure that artificial general intelligence benefits all of humanity. If AIG is achived - it should not be concentrated in on hands. See their Charter for full disclosure: https://openai.com/charter/ 2️⃣ Now what happened with OpenAI and their most recent language model GPT-3 so far: 1. As a company they changed their non-profit structure to two companies. For-profit corporation OpenAI LP and its parent organization, the non-profit OpenAI Inc. 2. They didn’t release and not planning to release stripped down model versions(as they did with GPT-2). 3. For profit OpenAI LP took $1B investment from Microsoft. 4. Most importantly. They made paid API for others to use/test GPT-3. Some for profit companies are using it and are listed as "testers". 3️⃣ Said all of the above - they still have same Charter and mission. It seems that this "open reseach company" marketing move worked very well(Elon Musk is good at this). And now OpenAI looks to be usual company with a goal of profit(altough they claim to be capped-profits). OpenAI in essence seems to be same company as Amazon(AWS) or Google(Cloud offerings). Do anyone else see this differently? Thoughts? Resources: https://openai.com/blog/openai-lp/ https://openai.com/blog/openai-api/
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Danielius VisockasR&D @ Neurotechnology; Burger geek; Speech & neural nets
I wouldn't go so far as putting AWS and GCP in the same bucket as openAI. The only overlap is that they provide an API for NLP. With the investment from MSFT it seems that maybe Microsoft wants to up their AI game on azure with this partnership.
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Dominykas RimšaProduct & UX Designer
found an interesting experiment run by one A/B testing tool that has GPT-3 integrated. https://vwo.com/ab-testing-openai-gpt-3/
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