Large language model

A large language model (LLM) is a specific type of language model which is characterized by its extensive size (typically measured in terms of the number of parameters (learnable weights) it contains). Large language models have tens or hundreds of millions, or even billions, of parameters. These models are pre-trained on vast amounts of text data to capture a broad and deep understanding of language. Notable examples include GPT-3, BERT, and T5. Large language models are known for their exceptional performance on a wide range of NLP tasks and their ability to generate high-quality text.

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