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Nine philosophers explore the various issues and questions raised by the newly released language model, GPT-3, in this edition of Philosophers On, guest edited by Annette Zimmermann.
In the past, my students used to come to me with their cutting edge “the AI idea”'s and my response usually was that there is no “the AI idea” but there could be “the viable business idea” that may or may not utilize AI.
In the new paper Does BERT Solve Commonsense Task via Commonsense Knowledge?, a team of researchers from Westlake University, Fudan University and Microsoft Research Asia dive deep into the large language model to discover how it encodes the structured commonsense knowledge it leverages on downstream commonsense tasks.
If you frequent any part of the tech internet, you’ve come across GPT-3, OpenAI’s new state of the art language model. While hype cycles forming around new technology isn’t new—GPT-3’s predecessor, GPT-2, generated quite a few headlines as well—GPT-3 is in a league of its own.
Here is a list of the top google colab notebooks that use computer vision to solve a complex problem such as object detection, classification, etc.