5 items tagged “anthropic”
Giving a talk is a lot of work. I go by a rule of thumb I learned from Damian Conway: a minimum of ten hours of preparation for every one hour spent on stage.[... 2123 words]
I gave a talk on Sunday at North Bay Python where I attempted to summarize the last few years of development in the space of LLMs—Large Language Models, the technology behind tools like ChatGPT, Google Bard and Llama 2.[... 10475 words]
Not every conversation I had at Anthropic revolved around existential risk. But dread was a dominant theme. At times, I felt like a food writer who was assigned to cover a trendy new restaurant, only to discover that the kitchen staff wanted to talk about nothing but food poisoning.
claude.ai. Anthropic’s new Claude 2 model is available to use online, and it has a 100k token context window and the ability to upload files to it—I tried uploading a text file with 34,000 tokens in it (according to my ttok CLI tool, counting using the GPT-3.5 tokenizer) and it gave me a workable summary. # 12th July 2023, 4:39 pm
One of the most common concerns I see about large language models regards their training data. People are worried that anything they say to ChatGPT could be memorized by it and spat out to other users. People are concerned that anything they store in a private repository on GitHub might be used as training data for future versions of Copilot.[... 1465 words]