After discussing Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning from the previous TCoffee and Code session along with other Embarcadero MVPs, Jim McKeeth came up with a 1-hour-long webinar that will introduce us to OpenAI’s GPT-3. The OpenAI is an artificial intelligence research laboratory that aims to promote and develop a friendly AI in a way that benefits humanity as a whole. One of the company’s first commercial products is the API for the Generative Pre-trained Transformer or GPT (GPT-3 in particular), an autoregressive language model that uses deep learning to produce human-like text.

How does GPT-3 work?

In the video Jim McKeeth demonstrates to us how exactly GPT-3 works. He will also walk us through some OpenAI API examples as well as recommended parameters for OpenAI settings like Response Length, Temperature, top_p, n (number of responses you want to regenerate), frequency_penalty, best_of, stop, and more. The webinar will also highlight equally important topics including the various API methods like Completions, Searches, Classifications, and Answers. The same thing goes with various frameworks and windows tools for developers. He will also differentiate the types of engines available and their respective prices.

Real examples of how OpenAI works

To top it all, we will also get to see different OpenAI examples as provided by their webpage including applications like the Movie to Emoji Converter, Language Translator, Spreadsheet Generator, SQL Request maker, and more. McKeeth will also teach us how to use GPT-3’s REST API where we will get to see him creating a simple yet functional application from it. To learn more about OpenAI’s GPT-3, feel free to watch this video below.

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