The first open-source ChatGPT equivalent has emerged. It is an application of RLHF (Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback) built on top of Google’s PaLM architecture, which has 540 billion parameters.
The developer in charge of reversing engineering closed-sourced AI systems like Meta’s Make-A-Video provided PaLM + RLHF, ChatGPT Equivalent, which is now open-source and acts similarly to ChatGPT.
The system combines PaLM, a sizable language model from Google, and a technique called Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback, or RLHF, to build a system that can perform nearly every action that ChatGPT can, including email writing and code suggestion. The system hasn’t, however, received the crucial instruction using web-based example data for it to actually work.
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