Introduction The language services industry is undergoing a profound transformation with the emergence of cutting-edge technologies such as ChatGPT and large language models (LLMs). These powerful language generation models have captivated the attention of businesses and language professionals alike, offering exciting possibilities for translation, localization, and content creation. In this article, we will explore the […]
Developing your own approach to using generative AI models such as ChatGPT — one that is both practical AND ethically sound — is perhaps the best way of proving naysayers wrong and ensuring that you get the most out of this promising piece of technology. Perhaps surprisingly, the first key to success with generative AI models is to learn how to talk to them.
In November 2022, OpenAI released ChatGPT, gaining 100 million users within two months and setting a record for fastest-growing user base. Arguably,ever before have we seen such an event get so much hype in the history of technology. Language technology suddenly got propelled into the center of the wider public’s attention in a way unheard of since Google Translate entered the scene.
It won’t come as any surprise that, like so many other organizations, Nimdzi Insights has been experimenting with ChatGPT since its public release in November 2022. While large language models (LLMs) have been around for a number of years, they have mostly gone unnoticed until ChatGPT broke the dam.
This article is an attempt to capture where our collective psyche is at this point, some five or six months after OpenAI publicly launched ChatGPT, and on the other, to take stock of all the work that still lies ahead of us as we continue to report on, test, and implement this latest piece of technology in our lives.
Since ChatGPT’s launch in November 2022, media outlets have been churning out article after article about how generative artificial intelligence (AI) is coming for our jobs. Nearly every week, a new piece comes out in publications like The Atlantic or Business Insider about how ChatGPT will “destabilize” the job market, making certain workers redundant.
Cologne-based DeepL has announced the beta launch of DeepL Write, an AI-powered authoring tool intended to improve texts by fixing errors and making suggestions for word replacements while keeping an eye on style, grammar and formatting.
On October 11, 2022, Google announced the launch of a new AI-powered cloud service called Translation Hub. The announcement instantly made waves in the language services industry and beyond, so Nimdzi took a closer look to see what’s really behind the new offering from the tech giant.
The Nimdzi Language Technology Atlas maps over 800 different technology solutions across a number of key product categories. The report highlights trends and things to watch out for. This is the only map you will ever need to navigate your way across the language technology landscape.