AI Newsletter #009 (2023/07/17 – 2023/07/23)

Top News

1. The AI model Behind ChatGPT Seems to Be Getting Dumber

In recent days, many users have complained that GPT-4 has become less intelligent, but how much dumber has it really become?

Recently, a preprint paper from Stanford and UC Berkeley was released on arXiv, providing quantitative experimental results to address this question and revealing related evaluations and response data.

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2. Meta Releases LLaMA 2 Open-Source AI Model for Commercial Use

Meta has finally released the long-awaited free and commercially usable version of llm, Llama 2. The Llama 2 model series includes three parameter variants: 7 billion, 13 billion, and 70 billion.

Compared to Llama 1, Llama 2 has 40% more training data, double the context length, and uses grouped query attention mechanism. Specifically, the Llama 2 pretrained model was trained on 20 trillion tokens, and the Chat model was fine-tuned on 1 million human-labeled data.

The published evaluation results show that Llama 2 outperforms other open-source language models in many external benchmark tests, including reasoning, encoding, fluency, and knowledge testing.

Read the detailed introduction of Llama 2 at:


3. Apple Is Testing A ChatGPT-Like AI

Apple is reportedly developing its own artificial intelligence (AI) tools to compete with companies like OpenAI and Google. The tech giant has created an internal chatbot referred to as “Apple GPT,” but has yet to decide how to release it to consumers.

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4. Github’s AI Coding Chatbot Is Available In Public Beta

GitHub has introduced Copilot Chat, an extension that allows developers to interact with a chatbot-like tool for coding assistance. With features like code suggestions, bug fixes, and unit test generation, this tool aims to save developers time and money. Currently accessible via Microsoft’s Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code apps for business users.

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5. Google’s Bard Supports over 80 New Languages and the Ability to Talk

Google has upgraded its AI chatbot, Bard, with new features such as additional languages, customised responses, visual elements, and increased availability in the European Union. These updates enhance Bard’s existing capabilities, making it a more powerful and accessible tool.

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