When Language Meets Artificial Intelligence

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Large Language Models (LLMs) are often hailed as the next frontier for AI, ushering in a new era of technological advancement. In the realm of artificial intelligence, we hark back to the days of old when the Turing Test served as the benchmark for determining machine intelligence. This test, named after the esteemed Alan Turing, often referred to as the Father of Artificial Intelligence, revolved around the evaluation of natural language conversations between a human and a machine designed to emulate human-like responses. Picture a scenario where a human judge engages in text-based exchanges, unaware of which conversational partner is…...

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