Large language model: A type of neural network that learns skills — including generating prose, conducting conversations and writing computer code — by analyzing vast amounts of text from across the internet. The basic function is to predict the next word in a sequence, but these models have surprised experts by learning new abilities.”– Adam Pasick
The New York Times defines 15 terms commonly used when discussing generative AI models. They offer 11 explanations, from anthropomorphism to transformer model.
Artificial Intelligence Glossary: Neural Networks and Other Terms Explained | THE NEW YORK TIMES | March 27, 2023 | by Adam Pasick