Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3)¶
Autoregressive language model released in 2020 that uses deep learning to produce human-like text
|OpenAI||Microsoft has exclusive licensing of GPT-3 for Microsoft's products and services||GPT-3.5||May 28, 2020|
GPT-3 is a deep learning language model released in 2020 that uses generative pre-training to produce human-like text. It is the third-generation language prediction model in the GPT series, successor to GPT-2 created by OpenAI. GPT-3 has a capacity of 175 billion parameters and is capable of performing zero-shot, few-shot and one-shot learning. It can generate text that is difficult to distinguish from human-written text, and has potential applications in both beneficial and harmful applications. Microsoft has exclusive licensing of GPT-3, while OpenAI provides a public-facing API. There are concerns about the environmental impact of training and storing the model, as well as potential issues with academic integrity.
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Size: 175 billion parameters, requiring 800GB to store
Use Cases: Text generation, summarizing texts, answering questions, coding in CSS, JSX, and Python
Training corpus: Common Crawl, WebText2, Books1, Books2, Wikipedia
Training method: Generative pre-training
Evaluation method: Human evaluators
Features: Zero-shot, few-shot and one-shot learning, edit and insert capabilities
Limitations: Potential to perpetuate fake news, environmental impact of training and storing the models, potential for misuse
Strengths: Eerily good at writing amazingly coherent text, improved language understanding performances in natural language processing (NLP)