We help you decide which model is more compatible with your company’s needs. We drill the comparison down to lightweight haste (GPT-3.5) versus slower, well-thought-out deliberation (GPT-4).
A robot in a waiter uniform whizzing to your table might not be the future of hospitality, but some well-placed digitisation is due. In this article, we bring you up to speed about how generative AI is levelling up the hospitality industry, focusing on restaurants.
In this article we disambiguate why you probably don’t want your ‘own LLM’. If you want to know what we suggest instead, feel free to skip to our introduction to prompt architecting at the end!
In this article, first we bring you up to speed on how some nations are taking a pro-innovation approach to AI regulation (UK, US), while others are clamping down on AI (EU, China, Italy). Next, we recap the Springbok response to the 2022 Blueprint, which we saw as unsatisfactory. Finally, considering data privacy, image copyrights, […]
This article discusses the implications for Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and privileged information. Then, we cover how building a bespoke program, plugged into the API, can alleviate data privacy concerns.
Last week, OpenAI turned the temperature up by more than a few degrees by releasing its API. Previously, the LLM was only accessible by directly using the chatbot interface. In this turn of events, the world will be using it in many of its favourite everyday apps and products, as third-party developers can now integrate […]
Below, we share our assessment of the rivalry between ChatGPT and Google Bard. This includes an analysis of the underlying models: GPT3 versus LaMDA.
Jailbreaking, cyberattacks, and ethical red lines: ChatGPT’s risks, and how a human-in-the-loop helps
Below, we share our assessment of some anticipated risks of Large Language Models (LLMs) like ChatGPT: “jailbreaking” content filters, and weaponisation through copycat technology and cyberattacks. We explain why a human-in-the-loop (HITL) thus remains necessary.
OpenAI opened the ChatGPT beta in late November 2022, attracting a million users within the first 5 days. For context, that’s the fastest user acquisition and growth for any product or platform in the history of the internet!
OpenAI opened the ChatGPT beta in late November, in a move that produced the most powerful natural language processing (NLP) AI model to date, going viral and attracting a million users within the first 5 days.
On the 4th of October, US President Joe Biden’s White House published the Blueprint for an AI Bill of Rights. With this, Biden hopes to pave the way for guarding against powerful technologies we have created, emulating the US Bill of Rights adopted in 1791.