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Citibeats & GPT3: A human-machine friendly chat about innovation, evolution and life

What if there was a way to have a conversation with a machine as you would with a human being?

Well, current innovations in Large Language Models (LLM) make such a thing possible.

LLMs are machine learning algorithms that utilize large text-based datasets to recognize, predict, and generate human languages. 

Take our recent conversation with GPT-3—or Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3—for instance, a model that leverages deep learning technology to produce human text.

Once a month, Citibeats will have such conversations with various publicly available LLMs, such as GPT-3 by OpenAI, Jurassic-1 by AI21 Labs, and GPT-NeoX by EleutherAI. Beyond simply chatting with a GPT-3, this series will explore the creative, clever use of AI and innovative technologies to profoundly impact our social future—a core value for Citibeats.

Utilizing OpenAI playground (with the following parameters: Model: text-davinci-002; Temperature: 0.9; Top P: 1; Presence penalty: 0.6), here is Citibeats Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Abby Seneor’s chat with the GPT-3, a.k.a. “Clever.”


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