ChatGPT caused quite a stir. While impressive, it’s a “black box”: it’s unclear how it was trained, what data it used, and it cannot be fine-tuned for specific use cases or sensitive data. The release of the more transparent LLaMA model (and likely its leakage on the internet) has led to rapid model development. First, a new model was released every month, then every week, and now every second day. Keeping up with the latest advancements is challenging and exhausting, but this blog post offers a guide to running open-source language models locally for researchers and businesses.
A brave new World Every once in a while, a new technology with a significant societal impact comes along. To many, it seems that ChatGPT fits this criterion. Scrolling through Twitter and LinkedIn, one might get the impression that NLP is solved or that we are all doomed (depending on whom you follow). Although ChatGPT … Read more