Large language models (LLMs) are generative AI systems designed to produce human-like language in response to questions and prompts. These LLMs are trained in language by examining huge textual datasets generally collected from the internet and assessing the probabilities of occurrence for sequences of words. The dataset, or corpus, used to train a model contains trillions of words and the resulting model will have …
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