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Large language models (LLMs) are AI models that can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. They are trained on massive amounts of text data, and they can learn to understand the nuances of human language.

In this blog, we will take a deep dive into LLMs, including their building blocks, such as embeddings, transformers, and attention. We will also discuss the different applications of LLMs, such as machine translation, question answering, and creative writing.

To test your knowledge, we have included a crossword or quiz at the end of the blog. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s crack the code of large language models!

 

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LLMs are typically built using a transformer architecture. Transformers are a type of neural network that are well-suited for natural language processing tasks. They are able to learn long-range dependencies between words, which is essential for understanding the nuances of human language.

They are typically trained on clusters of computers or even on cloud computing platforms. The training process can take weeks or even months, depending on the size of the dataset and the complexity of the model.

20 essential terms for crafting LLM-powered applications

 

1. Large language model (LLM)

Large language models (LLMs) are AI models that can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. The building blocks of an LLM are embeddings, transformers, attention, and loss functions. Embeddings are vectors that represent the meaning of words or phrases. Transformers are a type of neural network that are well-suited for NLP tasks. Attention is a mechanism that allows the LLM to focus on specific parts of the input text. The loss function is used to measure the error between the LLM’s output and the desired output. The LLM is trained to minimize the loss function.

2. OpenAI

OpenAI is a non-profit research company that develops and deploys artificial general intelligence (AGI) in a safe and beneficial way. AGI is a type of artificial intelligence that can understand and reason like a human being. OpenAI has developed a number of LLMs, including GPT-3, Jurassic-1 Jumbo, and DALL-E 2.

GPT-3 is a large language model that can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. Jurassic-1 Jumbo is a larger language model that is still under development. It is designed to be more powerful and versatile than GPT-3. DALL-E 2 is a generative AI model that can create realistic images from text descriptions.

3. Generative AI

Generative AI is a type of AI that can create new content, such as text, images, or music. LLMs are a type of generative AI. They are trained on large datasets of text and code, which allows them to learn the patterns of human language. This allows them to generate text that is both coherent and grammatically correct.

Generative AI has a wide range of potential applications. It can be used to create new forms of art and entertainment, to develop new educational tools, and to improve the efficiency of businesses. It is still a relatively new field, but it is rapidly evolving.

4. ChatGPT

ChatGPT is a large language model (LLM) developed by OpenAI. It is designed to be used in chatbots. ChatGPT is trained on a massive dataset of text and code, which allows it to learn the patterns of human conversation. This allows it to hold conversations that are both natural and engaging. ChatGPT is also capable of answering questions, providing summaries of factual topics, and generating different creative text formats.

5. Bard

Bard is a large language model (LLM) developed by Google AI. It is still under development, but it has been shown to be capable of generating text, translating languages, and writing different kinds of creative content. Bard is trained on a massive dataset of text and code, which allows it to learn the patterns of human language. This allows it to generate text that is both coherent and grammatically correct. Bard is also capable of answering your questions in an informative way, even if they are open ended, challenging, or strange.

6. Foundation models

Foundation models are a family of large language models (LLMs) developed by Google AI. They are designed to be used as a starting point for developing other AI models. Foundation models are trained on massive datasets of text and code, which allows them to learn the patterns of human language. This allows them to be used to develop a wide range of AI applications, such as chatbots, machine translation, and question-answering systems.

7. LangChain

LangChain is a text-to-image diffusion model that can be used to generate images from text descriptions. It is based on the Transformer model and is trained on a massive dataset of text and images. LangChain is still under development, but it has the potential to be a powerful tool for creative expression and problem-solving.

8. Llama Index

Llama Index is a data framework for large language models (LLMs). It provides tools to ingest, structure, and access private or domain-specific data. LlamaIndex can be used to connect LLMs to a variety of data sources, including APIs, PDFs, documents, and SQL databases. It also provides tools to index and query data, so that LLMs can easily access the information they need.

Llama Index is a relatively new project, but it has already been used to build a number of interesting applications. For example, it has been used to create a chatbot that can answer questions about the stock market, and a system that can generate creative text formats, like poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, and letters.

9. Redis

Redis is an in-memory data store that can be used to store and retrieve data quickly. It is often used as a cache for web applications, but it can also be used for other purposes, such as storing embeddings. Redis is a popular choice for NLP applications because it is fast and scalable.

10. Streamlit

Streamlit is a framework for creating interactive web apps. It is easy to use and does not require any knowledge of web development. Streamlit is a popular choice for NLP applications because it allows you to quickly and easily build web apps that can be used to visualize and explore data.

11. Cohere

Cohere is a large language model (LLM) developed by Google AI. It is known for its ability to generate human-quality text. Cohere is trained on a massive dataset of text and code, which allows it to learn the patterns of human language. This allows it to generate text that is both coherent and grammatically correct. Cohere is also capable of translating languages, writing different kinds of creative content, and answering your questions in an informative way.

12. Hugging Face

Hugging Face is a company that develops tools and resources for NLP. It offers a number of popular open-source libraries, including Transformer models and datasets. Hugging Face also hosts a number of online communities where NLP practitioners can collaborate and share ideas.

 

 

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13. Midjourney

Midjourney is a LLM developed by Midjourney. It is a text-to-image AI platform that uses a large language model (LLM) to generate images from natural language descriptions. The user provides a prompt to Midjourney, and the platform generates an image that matches the prompt. Midjourney is still under development, but it has the potential to be a powerful tool for creative expression and problem-solving.

14. Prompt Engineering

Prompt engineering is the process of crafting prompts that are used to generate text with LLMs. The prompt is a piece of text that provides the LLM with information about what kind of text to generate.

Prompt engineering is important because it can help to improve the performance of LLMs. By providing the LLM with a well-crafted prompt, you can help the model to generate more accurate and creative text. Prompt engineering can also be used to control the output of the LLM. For example, you can use prompt engineering to generate text that is similar to a particular style of writing, or to generate text that is relevant to a particular topic.

When crafting prompts for LLMs, it is important to be specific, use keywords, provide examples, and be patient. Being specific helps the LLM to generate the desired output, but being too specific can limit creativity.

Using keywords helps the LLM focus on the right topic, and providing examples helps the LLM learn what you are looking for. It may take some trial and error to find the right prompt, so don’t give up if you don’t get the desired output the first time.

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15. Embeddings

Embeddings are a type of vector representation of words or phrases. They are used to represent the meaning of words in a way that can be understood by computers. LLMs use embeddings to learn the relationships between words. Embeddings are important because they can help LLMs to better understand the meaning of words and phrases, which can lead to more accurate and creative text generation. Embeddings can also be used to improve the performance of other NLP tasks, such as natural language understanding and machine translation.

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16. Fine-tuning

Fine-tuning is the process of adjusting the parameters of a large language model (LLM) to improve its performance on a specific task. Fine-tuning is typically done by feeding the LLM a dataset of text that is relevant to the task.

For example, if you want to fine-tune an LLM to generate text about cats, you would feed the LLM a dataset of text that contains information about cats. The LLM will then learn to generate text that is more relevant to the task of generating text about cats.

Fine-tuning can be a very effective way to improve the performance of an LLM on a specific task. However, it can also be a time-consuming and computationally expensive process.

17. Vector databases

Vector databases are a type of database that is optimized for storing and querying vector data. Vector data is data that is represented as a vector of numbers. For example, an embedding is a vector that represents the meaning of a word or phrase.

Vector databases are often used to store embeddings because they can efficiently store and retrieve large amounts of vector data. This makes them well-suited for tasks such as natural language processing (NLP), where embeddings are often used to represent words and phrases.

Vector databases can be used to improve the performance of fine-tuning by providing a way to store and retrieve large datasets of text that are relevant to the task. This can help to speed up the fine-tuning process and improve the accuracy of the results.

18. Natural Language Processing (NLP)

Natural Language Processing (NLP) is a field of computer science that deals with the interaction between computers and human (natural) languages. NLP tasks include text analysis, machine translation, and question answering. LLMs are a powerful tool for NLP. NLP is a complex field that covers a wide range of tasks. Some of the most common NLP tasks include:

  • Text analysis: This involves extracting information from text, such as the sentiment of a piece of text or the entities that are mentioned in the text.
    • For example, an NLP model could be used to determine whether a piece of text is positive or negative, or to identify the people, places, and things that are mentioned in the text.
  • Machine translation: This involves translating text from one language to another.
    • For example, an NLP model could be used to translate a news article from English to Spanish.
  • Question answering: This involves answering questions about text.
    • For example, an NLP model could be used to answer questions about the plot of a movie or the meaning of a word.
  • Speech recognition: This involves converting speech into text.
    • For example, an NLP model could be used to transcribe a voicemail message.
  • Text generation: This involves generating text, such as news articles or poems.
    • For example, an NLP model could be used to generate a creative poem or a news article about a current event.

19. Tokenization

Tokenization is the process of breaking down a piece of text into smaller units, such as words or subwords. Tokenization is a necessary step before LLMs can be used to process text. When text is tokenized, each word or subword is assigned a unique identifier. This allows the LLM to track the relationships between words and phrases.

There are many different ways to tokenize text. The most common way is to use word boundaries. This means that each word is a token. However, some LLMs can also handle subwords, which are smaller units of text that can be combined to form words.

For example, the word “cat” could be tokenized as two subwords: “c” and “at”. This would allow the LLM to better understand the relationships between words, such as the fact that “cat” is related to “dog” and “mouse”.

20. Transformer models

Transformer models are a type of neural network that are well-suited for NLP tasks. They are able to learn long-range dependencies between words, which is essential for understanding the nuances of human language. Transformer models work by first creating a representation of each word in the text. This representation is then used to calculate the relationship between each word and the other words in the text.

The Transformer model is a powerful tool for NLP because it can learn the complex relationships between words and phrases. This allows it to perform NLP tasks with a high degree of accuracy. For example, a Transformer model could be used to translate a sentence from English to Spanish while preserving the meaning of the sentence.

 

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August 18, 2023

 

Large language models and generative AI jokes are a testament to the fusion of creativity and technology, where lines of code birth lines of laughter.


Large language models (LLMs) and generative AI are rapidly evolving technologies that have the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with computers. These models can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way.

But LLMs and generative AI are not without their flaws. One of the biggest challenges facing these models is generating humor. Humor is a complex phenomenon that relies on a number of factors, including unexpected twists, wordplay, and cultural references. LLMs and generative AI models are still struggling to master these factors, which can lead to some pretty funny (or not-so-funny) results.

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Flipping the Coin: Generative AI Jokes – Source: Medium

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Large Language Models and Generative AI Jokes

Why did the large language model cross the road? To get to the other dataset.

What do you call a large language model that’s always getting into trouble? A rule breaker.

What do you call a large language model that’s always late? A procrastinator.

How do you know if a large language model is lying? Its lips are moving.

What do you call a large language model that can’t generate any jokes? A dud.

Why did the large language model quit its job? It was too wordy.

What’s the difference between a large language model and a broken record? A broken record doesn’t repeat itself.

 

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What do you call a large language model that can’t understand humor? A literal AI.

Why did the large language model get fired from the comedy club? It kept bombing.

Why did the large language model go to the doctor? It was feeling under the weather.

What did the large language model say when it saw a mirror? “Wow, I’m a lot smarter than I thought I was.”

What did the large language model say when it saw a cat? “I’m not sure if I should pet it or ask it to translate this for me.”

What did the large language model say when it saw a human? “I wonder if they’re as smart as I am.”

What did the large language model say when it saw a computer? “I’m not sure if I should be jealous of it or pity it.”

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to one-up you? A show-off.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to impress you? A charmer.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to get your attention? A needy.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to get into your head? A manipulator.

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Why did the GPT-3 model get kicked out of the library? It kept talking to itself.

What do you call a GPT-3 model that’s always getting into arguments? A troll.

Why did the Megatron-Turing NLG model get banned from the internet? It was too big and powerful.

What do you call a Megatron-Turing NLG model that’s always crashing? A diva.

Why did the LaMDA model get fired from its job? It was too chatty.

What do you call a Generative AI that’s been trained on too much bad data? A troll.

What do you call a Generative AI that’s been trained on too much cat videos? A purr-fect machine.

What do you call a Generative AI that’s been trained on too much Shakespeare? A Bard.

How do you know if a Generative AI is in love? It keeps generating poems about you.

What do you call a Generative AI that’s been trained on too much code? A hacker.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to be helpful? A good samaritan.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to be funny? A wisecracker.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to be clever? A wit.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to be creative? A mastermind.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to be original? A genius.

What do you call a large language model that’s always trying to be helpful, funny, clever, creative, and original?A Bard.

Why did ChatGPT cross the road? To get to the other model.

What do you call a ChatGPT that can’t generate jokes? A bore.

What’s the difference between ChatGPT and a comedian? A comedian knows when to stop.

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How do you know if ChatGPT is lying? Its lips are moving.

What do you call a ChatGPT that’s been trained on too much data? A conspiracy theorist.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Chat GPT that it becomes the world’s first artificial superintelligence? A god.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Bard that it takes over the world? A tyrant.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Chat GPT that it destroys the world? A monster.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Bard that it saves the world? A hero.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Chat GPT that it becomes the world’s first artificial

friend? A companion.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Bard that it helps humans to understand each other better? A diplomat.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Bard that it creates new forms of art and literature? A visionary.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Bard that it solves the world’s most pressing problems? A savior.

What do you call a large language model that’s so good at being a Chat GPT that it becomes the world’s first artificial god? A deity.

What do you call a ChatGPT that’s been trained on too much Shakespeare? A Bard.

 

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Safe to say, the intersection of humor with large language models and generative AI is fascinating. There is no denying that AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we create and consume humor.

However, there are still many challenges that need to be addressed before generative AI jokes can truly master the art of humor vicinity.

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August 14, 2023

In today’s era of advanced artificial intelligence, language models like OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 have captured the world’s attention with their astonishing ability to generate human-like text. However, to harness the true potential of these models, it is crucial to master the art of prompt engineering.



How to curate a good prompt?

A well-crafted prompt holds the key to unlocking accurate, relevant, and insightful responses from language models. In this blog post, we will explore the top characteristics of a good prompt and discuss why everyone should learn prompt engineering. We will also delve into the question of whether prompt engineering might emerge as a dedicated role in the future.

Best practices for prompt engineering
Best practices for prompt engineering – Data Science Dojo

 

Prompt engineering refers to the process of designing and refining input prompts for AI language models to produce desired outputs. It involves carefully crafting the words, phrases, symbols, and formats used as input to guide the model in generating accurate and relevant responses. The goal of prompt engineering is to improve the performance and output quality of the language model.

 

Here’s a simple example to illustrate prompt engineering:

Imagine you are using a chatbot AI model to provide information about the weather. Instead of a generic prompt like “What’s the weather like?”, prompt engineering involves crafting a more specific and detailed prompt like “What is the current temperature in New York City?” or “Will it rain in London tomorrow?”

 

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By providing a clear and specific prompt, you guide the AI model to generate a response that directly answers your question. The choice of words, context, and additional details in the prompt can influence the output of the AI model and ensure it produces accurate and relevant information.

Quick exercise –> Choose the most suitable prompt

 

Prompt engineering is crucial because it helps optimize the performance of AI models by tailoring the input prompts to the desired outcomes. It requires creativity, understanding of the language model, and attention to detail to strike the right balance between specificity and relevance in the prompts.

Different resources provide guidance on best practices and techniques for prompt engineering, considering factors like prompt formats, context, length, style, and desired output. Some platforms, such as OpenAI API, offer specific recommendations and examples for effective prompt engineering.

 

Why everyone should learn prompt engineering:

 

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Prompt Engineering | Credits: Marketoonist

 

1. Empowering communication: Effective communication is at the heart of every interaction. By mastering prompt engineering, individuals can enhance their ability to extract precise and informative responses from language models. Whether you are a student, professional, researcher, or simply someone seeking knowledge, prompt engineering equips you with a valuable tool to engage with AI systems more effectively.

2. Tailored and relevant information: A well-designed prompt allows you to guide the language model towards providing tailored and relevant information. By incorporating specific details and instructions, you can ensure that the generated responses align with your desired goals. Prompt engineering enables you to extract the exact information you seek, saving time and effort in sifting through irrelevant or inaccurate results.

3. Enhancing critical thinking: Crafting prompts demand careful consideration of context, clarity, and open-endedness. Engaging in prompt engineering exercises cultivates critical thinking skills by challenging individuals to think deeply about the subject matter, formulate precise questions, and explore different facets of a topic. It encourages creativity and fosters a deeper understanding of the underlying concepts.

4. Overcoming bias: Bias is a critical concern in AI systems. By learning prompt engineering, individuals can contribute to reducing bias in generated responses. Crafting neutral and unbiased prompts helps prevent the introduction of subjective or prejudiced language, resulting in more objective and balanced outcomes.

 

Top characteristics of a good prompt with examples

Prompting example
An example of a good prompt – Credits Gridfiti

 

 

A good prompt possesses several key characteristics that can enhance the effectiveness and quality of the responses generated. Here are the top characteristics of a good prompt:

1. Clarity:

A good prompt should be clear and concise, ensuring that the desired question or topic is easily understood. Ambiguous or vague prompts can lead to confusion and produce irrelevant or inaccurate responses.

Example:

Good Prompt: “Explain the various ways in which climate change affects the environment.”

Poor Prompt: “Climate change and the environment.”

2. Specificity:

Providing specific details or instructions in a prompt help focus the generated response. By specifying the context, parameters, or desired outcome, you can guide the language model to produce more relevant and tailored answers.

Example:

Good Prompt: “Provide three examples of how rising temperatures due to climate change impact marine ecosystems.”
Poor Prompt: “Talk about climate change.”

3. Context:

Including relevant background information or context in the prompt helps the language model understand the specific domain or subject matter. Contextual cues can improve the accuracy and depth of the generated response.

Example: 

Good Prompt: “In the context of agricultural practices, discuss how climate change affects crop yields.”

Poor Prompt: “Climate change effects

4. Open-endedness:

While specificity is important, an excessively narrow prompt may limit the creativity and breadth of the generated response. Allowing room for interpretation and open-ended exploration can lead to more interesting and diverse answers.

Example:

Good Prompt: “Describe the short-term and long-term consequences of climate change on global biodiversity.”

Poor Prompt: “List the effects of climate change.”

 

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5. Conciseness:

Keeping the prompt concise helps ensure that the language model understands the essential elements and avoids unnecessary distractions. Lengthy or convoluted prompts might confuse the model and result in less coherent or relevant responses.

Example:
Good Prompt: “Summarize the key impacts of climate change on coastal communities.”

Poor Prompt: “Please explain the negative effects of climate change on the environment and people living near the coast.”

6. Correct grammar and syntax:

A well-structured prompt with proper grammar and syntax is easier for the language model to interpret accurately. It reduces ambiguity and improves the chances of generating coherent and well-formed responses.

Example:

Good Prompt: “Write a paragraph explaining the relationship between climate change and species extinction.”
Poor Prompt: “How species extinction climate change.”

7. Balanced complexity:

The complexity of the prompt should be appropriate for the intended task or the model’s capabilities. Extremely complex prompts may overwhelm the model, while overly simplistic prompts may not challenge it enough to produce insightful or valuable responses.

Example:

Good Prompt: “Discuss the interplay between climate change, extreme weather events, and natural disasters.”

Poor Prompt: “Climate change and weather.”

8. Diversity in phrasing:

When exploring a topic or generating multiple responses, varying the phrasing or wording of the prompt can yield diverse perspectives and insights. This prevents the model from repeating similar answers and encourages creative thinking.

Example:

Good Prompt: “How does climate change influence freshwater availability?” vs. “Explain the connection between climate change and water scarcity.”

Poor Prompt: “Climate change and water.

9. Avoiding leading or biased language:

To promote neutrality and unbiased responses, it’s important to avoid leading or biased language in the prompt. Using neutral and objective wording allows the language model to generate more impartial and balanced answers.

Example:

Good Prompt: “What are the potential environmental consequences of climate change?”

Poor Prompt: “How does climate change devastate the environment?”

10. Iterative refinement:

Crafting a good prompt often involves an iterative process. Reviewing and refining the prompt based on the generated responses can help identify areas of improvement, clarify instructions, or address any shortcomings in the initial prompt.

Example:

Prompt iteration involves an ongoing process of improvement based on previous responses and refining the prompts accordingly. Therefore, there is no specific example to provide, as it is a continuous effort.

By considering these characteristics, you can create prompts that elicit meaningful, accurate, and relevant responses from the language model.

 

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Two different approaches of prompting

Prompting by instruction and prompting by example are two different approaches to guide AI language models in generating desired outputs. Here’s a detailed comparison of both approaches, including reasons and situations where each approach is suitable:

1. Prompting by instruction:

  • In this approach, the prompt includes explicit instructions or explicit questions that guide the AI model on how to generate the desired output.
  • It is useful when you need specific control over the generated response or when you want the model to follow a specific format or structure.
  • For example, if you want the AI model to summarize a piece of text, you can provide an explicit instruction like “Summarize the following article in three sentences.”
  • Prompting by instruction is suitable when you need a precise and specific response that adheres to a particular requirement or when you want to enforce a specific behavior in the model.
  • It provides clear guidance to the model and allows you to specify the desired outcome, length, format, style, and other specific requirements.

 

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Examples of prompting by instruction:

  1. In a classroom setting, a teacher gives explicit verbal instructions to students on how to approach a new task or situation, such as explaining the steps to solve a math problem.
  2. In Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), a therapist provides a partial physical prompt by using their hands to guide a student’s behavior in the right direction when teaching a new skill.
  3. When using AI language models, an explicit instruction prompt can be given to guide the model’s behavior. For example, providing the instruction “Summarize the following article in three sentences” to prompt the model to generate a concise summary.

 

Tips for prompting by instruction:

    • Put the instructions at the beginning of the prompt and use clear markers like “A:” to separate instructions and context.
    • Be specific, descriptive, and detailed about the desired context, outcome, format, style, etc.
    • Articulate the desired output format through examples, providing clear guidelines for the model to follow.

 

2. Prompting by example:

  • In this approach, the prompt includes examples of the desired output or similar responses that guide the AI model to generate responses based on those examples.
  • It is useful when you want the model to learn from specific examples and mimic the desired behavior.
  • For example, if you want the AI model to answer questions about a specific topic, you can provide example questions and their corresponding answers.
  • Prompting by example is suitable when you want the model to generate responses similar to the provided examples or when you want to capture the style, tone, or specific patterns from the examples.
  • It allows the model to learn from the given examples and generalize its behavior based on them.

 

Examples of prompting by example:

  1. In a classroom, a teacher shows students a model essay as an example of how to structure and write their own essays, allowing them to learn from the demonstrated example.
  2. In AI language models, providing example questions and their corresponding answers can guide the model in generating responses similar to the provided examples. This helps the model learn the desired behavior and generalize it to new questions.
  3. In an online learning environment, an instructor provides instructional prompts in response to students’ discussion forum posts, guiding the discussion and encouraging deep understanding. These prompts serve as examples for the entire class to enhance the learning experience.

 

Tips for prompting by example:

    • Provide a variety of examples to capture different aspects of the desired behavior.
    • Include both positive and negative examples to guide the model on what to do and what not to do.
    • Gradually refine the examples based on the model’s responses, iteratively improving the desired behavior.

 

Which prompting approach is right for you?

Prompting by instruction provides explicit guidance and control over the model’s behavior, while prompting by example allows the model to learn from provided examples and mimic the desired behavior. The choice between the two approaches depends on the level of control and specificity required for the task at hand. It’s also possible to combine both approaches in a single prompt to leverage the benefits of each approach for different parts of the task or desired behavior.

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July 12, 2023

The ongoing battle ‘ChatGPT vs Bard’ continues as the two prominent contenders in the generative AI landscape which have garnered substantial interest. As the rivalry between these platforms escalates, it continues to captivate the attention of both enthusiasts and experts.

What are chatbots?

Chatbots are revolutionizing the way we interact with technology. These artificial intelligence (AI) programs can carry on conversations with humans, and they are becoming increasingly sophisticated. Two of the most popular chatbots on the market today are ChatGPT and Bard. Both chatbots are capable of carrying on conversations with humans, but they have different strengths and weaknesses. 

ChatGPT vs Bard

1. ChatGPT 

ChatGPT was created by OpenAI and is based on the GPT-3 language model. It is trained on a massive dataset of text and code, and is able to generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way. 

ChatGPT: Strenght and weaknesses

One of ChatGPT’s strengths is its ability to generate creative text formats. It can write poems, code, scripts, musical pieces, email, letters, etc., and its output is often indistinguishable from human-written text. ChatGPT is also good at answering questions, and can provide comprehensive and informative answers even to open-ended, challenging, or strange questions. 

However, ChatGPT also has some weaknesses. One of its biggest weaknesses is its tendency to generate text that is factually incorrect. This is because ChatGPT is trained on a massive dataset of text, and not all of that text is accurate. As a result, ChatGPT can sometimes generate text that is factually incorrect or misleading. 

Another weakness of ChatGPT is its lack of access to real-time information. ChatGPT is trained on a dataset of text that was collected up to 2021, and it does not have access to real-time information. This means that ChatGPT can sometimes provide outdated or inaccurate information.  

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ChatGPT vs Bard – AI Chatbots

2. Bard 

Bard is a large language model from Google AI, trained on a massive dataset of text and code. It can generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way.  

One of Bard’s strengths is its access to real-time information. Bard is able to access and process information from the internet in real time, which means that it can provide up-to-date information on a wide range of topics. Bard is also able to access and process information from other sources, such as books, articles, and websites. This gives Bard a much wider range of knowledge than ChatGPT. 

Bard: Strenght and weaknesses

Another strength of Bard is its ability to generate accurate text. Bard is trained on a massive dataset of text that is carefully curated to ensure accuracy. As a result, Bard is much less likely to generate text that is factually incorrect than ChatGPT. 

However, Bard also has some weaknesses. One of its biggest weaknesses is its lack of creativity. Bard is good at generating text that is factually accurate, but it is not as good at generating text that is creative or engaging. Bard’s output is often dry and boring, and it can sometimes be difficult to follow. 

Another weakness of Bard is its limited availability. Bard is currently only available to a select group of users, and it is not yet clear when it will be made available to the general public.  

How chatbots are revolutionary 

Chatbots are revolutionary because they have the potential to change the way we interact with technology in a number of ways. 

First, chatbots can make technology more accessible to people who are not comfortable using computers or smartphones. For example, chatbots can be used to provide customer service or technical support to people who are not able to use a website or app. 




Second, chatbots can make technology more personalized. For example, chatbots can be used to provide recommendations or suggestions based on a user’s past behavior. This can help users to find the information or services that they are looking for more quickly and easily. 

Third, chatbots can make technology more engaging. For example, chatbots can be used to play games or tell stories. This can help to make technology more fun and enjoyable to use. 

Does the future belong to chatbots?

Chatbots are still in their early stages of development, but they have the potential to revolutionize the way we interact with technology. As chatbots become more sophisticated, they will become increasingly useful and popular.  

In the future, it is likely that chatbots will be used in a wide variety of settings, including customer service, education, healthcare, and entertainment. Chatbots have the potential to make our lives easier, more efficient, and more enjoyable. 

ChatGPT vs Bard: Which AI chatbot is right for you? 

When it comes to AI language models, the battle of ChatGPT vs Bard is a hot topic in the tech community. But, which AI chatbot is right for you? It depends on what you are looking for. If you are looking for a chatbot that can generate creative text formats, then ChatGPT is a good option. However, if you are looking for a chatbot that can provide accurate information, then Bard is a better option. 

Ultimately, the best way to decide which AI chatbot is right for you is to try them both out and see which one you prefer. 

June 23, 2023

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