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What are AI Chatbots? Text Generation AI [Large Language Models (LLMs)] [ChatGPT, Gemini (formerly Bard), New AI-powered Bing]

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What are AI Chatbots?

This article introduces AI chatbots and points to keep in mind.

AI chatbots are text generation AI and can efficiently mass-produce articles of a certain level of quality.

However, there is a possibility that the content of the created articles may be incorrect.

Therefore, please note that the content of the articles should be reviewed by an expert.

If you are the expert, it is your responsibility to check it properly!

Also, check the content of the article for copyright infringement by using a following tool!

This article describes AI chatbots and Large Language Models (LLMs) often used in AI chatbots.

GPT (OpenAI)

GPT is a LLM developed by OpenAI.

OpenAI was founded in December 2015, and is led by Elon Musk and other influential businessmen and investors.

NOTE: Elon Musk withdrew from OpenAI in February 2019.

On January 23, 2023, Microsoft announced that it will invest billions of dollars more in OpenAI over the next few years (the third investment following 2019 and 2021).

We can expect great things from OpenAI in the years to come!

The versions of GPT are as follows.

Articles explaining GPT are as follows.

Explanatory videos of GPT are shown below.

The following is a list of tools that use GPT.

ChatGPT

ChatGPT is an AI chatbot based on GPT-3.5 and GPT-4.

ChatGPT is booming all over the world.

If you would like to know how to start and use ChatGPT, please click the following.

New AI-powered Bing

New AI-powered Bing is an AI chatbot with a search engine that integrates ChatGPT.

The new Bing AI chat may surpass Google's search engine…

LaMDA, PaLM (Google)

LaMDA and PaLM are large-scale language models developed by Google.

  • LaMDA: LLM for conversation
  • PaLM: LLM for general-purpose (e.g. commonsense reasoning, arithmetic reasoning, joke explanation, code generation, and translation)

LaMDA is based on Transformer, a deep learning model developed by Google in 2017.

In 2018, Google developed BERT, a machine learning method based on Transformer, an evolution of which is LaMDA.

*For reference, GPT is based on Transformer.

The versions of LaMDA are as follows.

  • 2021: Release of LaMDA
  • 2022: Release of LaMDA2

Click the following to watch videos explaining LaMDA.

PaLM can perform a wide range of tasks, e.g., commonsense reasoning, arithmetic reasoning, joke explanation, code generation, and translation.

Wordcraft

Wordcraft is a tool for writing stories using LaMDA.

A video of Wordcraft is below.

Gemini (formerly Bard)

Gemini (formerly Bard) is an AI chatbot developed by Google.

Gemini is a competitor to ChatGPT!

If you would like to know how to start and use Gemini, please click the following.

LLaMA (Meta (formerly Facebook))

LLaMA is a large-scale language model developed by Meta (formerly Facebook).

Click here to watch a video explaining LLaMA.

Alpaca (Stanford University)

Alpaca is an AI chatbot developed by Stanford University using LLaMA.

Click the following to watch a video explaining Alpaca.

HuggingChat (HuggingFace)

HuggingChat is an AI chatbot developed by HuggingFace using LLaMA.

Amazon Titan

Amazon Titan is a LLM developed by Amazon.

Amazon Bedrock is an AI platform that simplifies the development of Generative AI apps.

The following LLMs are available.

  • Jurassic-2: Multilingual LLM for text generation in Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Italian, and Dutch
  • Claude: LLM for conversation, question answering, and workflow automation based on research into training honest and responsible AI systems
  • Stable Diffusion: Generation of unique, realistic, high-quality images, art, logos, and designs
  • Amazon Titan: text summarization, generation, classification, free-form Q&A, information extraction, embedding, and search

Claude (Anthropic)

Claude is an AI chatbot developed by Anthropic, a company founded by former OpenAI members.

Claude features support for 100,000 tokens (more than three times as many as OpenAI's GPT-4's approximately 32,000 tokens) and the ability to input long sentences.

BLOOM (BigScience)

BLOOM is a large-scale language model developed by BigScience.

Explanatory videos of BLOOM are shown below.

Ernie Bot (Baidu)

Ernie Bot is an AI chatbot developed by Baidu.

YouChat, YouWrite (You.com)

You.com is an AI chatbot with a privacy-preserving search engine.

Unlike conventional search engines that only display a list of Web search results, You.com summarizes search results based on Website categories.

In addition, You.com has developed the following tools that can be used for AI chatbots.

  • YouChat: Chat-type AI like ChatGPT
  • YouWrite: AI writer to draft difficult emails and support well-crafted essays.

These are explanatory videos of YouChat and YouWrite.

Our Founder/CEO&CTO Hiroyuki Chishiro tried YouChat!

https://twitter.com/HChishiro/status/1611192484218167297?s=20&t=zGRvPAA89G3y1XAMLfBCqg

Perplexity.ai

Perplexity.ai is an AI chatbot with a search engine that provides accurate answers to complex questions using a large-scale language model.

The feature of Perplexity.ai is that the source of the information is displayed along with the answer (like a bibliography of a paper).

This allows users to scrutinize the content with consideration of the reliability of the information source.

Writesonic

Writesonic is an AI chatbot, similar to a combination of ChaptGPT and Perplexity.

Writesonic can also automatically create images, making it an all-in-one tool.

Summary

We introduced some AI chatbots with Large Language Models (LLMs).

If you are interested in these tools, you should use them after carefully examining the content of your articles and images!

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