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I have recently read an article containing an interview of Lecum in which he seems to be heavily implying that google and facebook have much more advanced systems than OpenAI which they refuse to release them due to considerations of potential backlash.

Can you quantify or speculate on how more advanced are(or can be) the most advanced AI systems today?
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Google has few systems that would beat current public SOTA models. PALM/Minerva/Med Palm is the best but Flamingo, Chinchilla/Sparrow would also best chatGPT.

Dunno about anything from meta. They have open source GPT models released but they're not as good as Open AI's stuff.
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chatGPT is probably a very good model on the task it had to solve (to be a great conversational agent based on openAI data), but there are better models regarding the broad task of language understanding. You could adapt these models to be conversational agents, and they could probably beat chatGPT if they had access to the same dataset. But it would still be this specific task of being a great conversational agent. It's not the task of "thinking by itself like humans".

So it depends on what "more advanced" means. There are probably more "advanced" tasks towards AGI. But towards being a great conversational agent perhaps openAI has the best task-dataset combo today. At least I'm quite sure that there aren't systems which would be "**significantly**" more advanced than that, because I think the current limit is that it's "just" a very good conversational agent.
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Lecum ? What the f*ck is this world coming to
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Google supposedly has better models based on benchmarks, but few people outside of Google has used them (and those that have used it don't seem to be giving good reviews).

AnthropicAI's Claude model seems promising as a ChatGPT competitor.
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Meh - now OpenAI has the best chat dataset available to mankind. Not sure if saying one is more advanced now will make any difference in a few years.
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This is a joke, but Visual Mod on the Wallstreet bets sub has been looking like a human for quite a while. It's shockingly good.
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Google definitely does. Chat GPT is based off of GPT3-175B, and google has put out several models that outperform it. Like 4 or 5 I think and each of those significantly outperforms it’s predecessor
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ChatGPT is good at syntax, but it's worse than pretty much any rule-based system at logic or arithmetic. So depending on your task, something like IBM Watson could be considered more advanced because it has dedicated rule-based reasoning.
All it takes for MS or Google to make a "more advanced" system is just couple a large language model with a logic engine.
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*Lecun. And their Galactica was subject of so much ridicule that after pompous launch it was in-launched 48 hours later. OPT-175B is a clone of OpenAI’s GPT3, but performs worth and is essentially a massive pain in the ass cyber-security and phishing/desinformation.

Lecun always was into CovNets for machine vision - text-to-text is Hinton, Bengio, and Sutskever.

So far it looks like Baidu and Google have bigger transformer-based models that could perform better, but only Google’s PaLM is architecturally different enough to potentially perform better.

There are also augmented variants of Transformer-based model that are capable of more factual response, but they tend to be less conversational.
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> Lecum

Dude wth
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