How gen-AI is getting faster and learning to admit it doesn't know

24 Oct 2023 11:32 AM | Shivani Kaura (Administrator)

The arrival of user-friendly large language models has shoved the possibilities of generative AI firmly into the public consciousness.

These capabilities have led some analysts to predict an annual 27% growth rate for AI over the next ten years.

But even their biggest fans would have to admit that these applications are not perfect.

"Computers can do many things way faster than humans, but in this case the state of the art is slow," says Jonathan Ellis, CTO and cofounder of DataStax.

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