January has come and gone, and it’s hard to believe we’re already well into 2023. With an explosion of news around ChatGPT, there’s been something to read about every day. So if your head’s been spinning, don’t worry — we have some key insights and articles to keep your business at the cutting edge of the industry.
🤖 Find out what’s new with generative AI
🤷♂️ GPT-3 translation capabilities
🗣 DeepL adds two new languages
📚 Key articles to keep you informed
ChatGPT has been the hot topic this month — so what’s the fuss?
Generative AI has seen a lot of progress in the last month. Research teams have been able to utilize generative models to create new images, videos, and even music based on existing data. Generative AI is also being used more and more to create synthetic data sets for testing machine learning algorithms. Researchers have also been able to use generative AI to create more accurate 3D models of objects and environments.
What’s really exciting is that ChatGPT can now be used to improve the accuracy of natural language processing models in a variety of ways, including improving text classification, topic modeling, and sentiment analysis. Generative models use deep learning to create new data from existing data. By leveraging existing data, generative AI can help create more sophisticated and accurate models for natural language processing. For example, generative models can be used to generate new sentences from existing text, which can be used to train a model to recognize the nuances of language better. Generative AI can also be used to create more realistic dialogue for chatbot applications.
At the same time, ChatGPT has been the subject of various ethical, technical, and philosophical questions — including bias, misinformation, privacy, and responsibility.
Interested in how well it works? Well, this entire section was actually written using ChatGPT. Impressed? Try it out for yourself here.
GPT-3 translation capabilities
We have evaluated how good OpenAI GPT-3 is at Machine Translation, so you don’t have to. We tried English to German and Spanish for the General domain and English to German for Legal and Healthcare — you can read about our findings here.
DeepL adds two new languages
As always, our tech has been looking for new changes to the MT landscape and has detected two new languages from DeepL — Korean (ko) and Norwegian (no/nb).
You can explore all new changes to the MT landscape through our Intento MT catalog. You never know when the next change can lead to the next big breakthrough for your business.
News from the front lines of AI and MT
- Samsung Electronics Showcases Award-Winning Machine Translation
- ChatGPT passed a Wharton MBA exam
- ChatGPT detection tool says Macbeth was generated by AI. What happens now?
- Google is freaking out about ChatGPT
- How Close is ChatGPT to Human Experts?
- DeepL Write is now free to use
- General availability of Azure OpenAI Service expands access to large, advanced AI models with added enterprise benefits
- Forecasting Potential Misuses of Language Models for Disinformation Campaigns — and How to Reduce Risk
- No Post-Editing Output: Microsoft Releases Massive Machine Translation Test Set
- The Physics Principle That Inspired Modern AI Art