AI Tidbits July Roundup
Meta's new SOTA open-source LLM takes the internet by storm, OpenAI's Code Interpreter and GPT-4 released to all, Google's new multimodal medical AI, and step change improvements in image + video AI
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Welcome to the July edition of AI Tidbits, where we unravel the latest and greatest in AI. This month we saw major progress on LLMs with Meta’s release of Llama 2, which performs competitively with ChatGPT and Bard, allows commercial use, and can run on consumer hardware. OpenAI opened GPT-4 and Code Interpreter to all ChatGPT Plus users, and Anthropic released an improved version of its Claude LLM, supporting up to 200k tokens.
At the same time, Stanford and Berkeley researchers showed ChatGPT has been degrading in performance since March, and Carnegie Mellon researchers managed to jailbreak proprietary models like ChatGPT and Claude.
Lastly, Google DeepMind released a new multimodal version of its cutting-edge medical LLM Med-PaLM, surpassing specialist models by a wide margin and showing examples of zero-shot generalization to novel medical concepts and tasks.
Let's dive in!
Large Language Models (LLMs)
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