Look, if we’re going to talk about LLMs ad nauseam (which it seems like we are) I have some stuff to say.
LLMs are a cool technology with many interesting uses; they are also misunderstood and being thrown at everything from writing automated articles (a terrible idea) to suggesting emojis during video calls (a useless application solving a problem that doesn’t exist). This talk provides a short overview of what LLMs are (and are not) and some examples of poorly conceived implementations.
Bob Kasenchak is an information architect at Factor with specialization in taxonomies and ontologies. Bob is interested in graphs and semantics and is a frequent speaker on theoretical and practical topics. He lives in Albuquerque with his wife and two cats.