Earlier this year, Google announced the AI Test Kitchen application, which will allow users to interact with one of the company's most advanced chat bots based on LaMDA's artificial intelligence.
Google created an advanced language model of Language Model for Dialogue Application to communicate with a person and create chat-bots. It was taught in trillions of words from the Internet, which can simulate human speech. Other IT giants do the same. Earlier this year, Meta*Platforms opened up access to their own bot chat on the basis of the BlenderBot. Although users quickly realized that bots can say wrong things, training the IE system in communicating with real people is an important step that makes it more perfect.
Google went a slightly different way by limiting its interaction with the LaMDA system to a few modes. This is "Show This", "Show It", and "Sit It", each of which is designed to test different aspects of the system. In "Show This" mode, the user is asked to name a real or fictional place, and the voice model must describe the place. In "Send This" mode, the user is asked to name a topic or task, and the IP system must break it into sub-tasks.
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