Rate Limits

Rate limits in the context of API-accessed Large Language Models (LLMs) like ChatGPT refer to the policies that restrict the number of API requests a user or application can make within a specified time period. These limits are implemented to ensure equitable access, prevent abuse, and maintain the performance and reliability of the service for all users. Exceeding these limits typically results in temporary denial of access until the limit resets. Self-hosted LLMs do not experience the same kind of rate limiting.

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