I’ve spent the last couple of months reading about the development of AI and NLP development in general ever since the release of ChatGPT. And here’s some of my personal findings specifically on task performing capabilities.
The field of AI has been advancing rapidly, and the results have exceeded expectations for many users and researchers.
One particularly impressive development is the Language Model (LLM), which has demonstrated a remarkable ability to generate natural, human-like text.
Another exciting example is ChatGPT from OpenAI, which has shown impressive task performing and logical reasoning capabilities.
Looking ahead, I am optimistic that LLM will continue to be incredibly effective at performing more complex tasks with the help of plugins, prompt engineering, and some human input/interactions. The potential applications for LLM are vast and promising.
I’ve compiled a list of papers of extending the task performing capabilities in this field. I’m quite enthusiastic and excited about the potential of longer term of this capability that brings LLMs like ChatGPT to more powerful applications.
Here’s my first list of paper, also what I consider to be more fundamental papers, along with my very quick summaries.