OpenAI launches fine-tuning API for GPT-3.5 Turbo
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- OpenAI launches fine-tuning API for GPT-3.5 Turbo
- Excel can now run Python
- Meta updates its open-source speech, text translation AI model
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1. OpenAI launches fine-tuning API for GPT-3.5 Turbo
Its main use cases are:
Fine-tuning is 8x more expensive than normal GPT-3.5 Turbo, and closer to the price of GPT-4
2. Excel can now run Python
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4. Meta updates its open-source speech, text translation AI model, now called SeamlessM4T
While scoring better than OpenAI’s Whisper on some metrics, not being commercially licensed is a big disadvantage of Meta’s model
OpenAI’s Whisper is available commercially, in contrast, as it is licensed under the MIT license. - Whisper license
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