Artificial intelligence has been around since the 1950's. Yes, it is really that
old and has fallen in and out of favor over the last 8 decades. This boom in LLMs is
part of the same cycle. We don't focus on the hype but rather on using Large Language
Models as a tool in our arsenal.
This cycle is a bit different, however. For the first time we find ourselves proliferating
AI technology to the masses. Anyone can buy equipment off the shelf to run a Large Language Model
capable of passing the Turing test. This is both exciting and terrifying. It has been described by
military scientists as witnessing the splitting of the atom in AI .
The researchers charged with evaluating ChatGPT 4 walked out astounded .
We have always stayed on the cutting edge of available algorithms and learning models and so
have been closely monitoring, deploying and testing LLMs. We won't build complicated
and cool sounding algorithms just for the sake of it, though. We only recommend
and implement technologies when it is suited to the job at hand
and provides definitive results.
For Large Language Models, there are certainly valid use cases and here are some of the
successes we've seen in business settings.