I asked my Copy-Cat GPT Model to produce a training course on GPT.
It rose to the occasion and what is below is an unedited copy of its output.
This talk will focus on the techniques required in a Transformer-based NLP model. With the use of a neural network model, we will also discuss how to train such a model using the training data and pre-trained models in the GPT-2 dataset.
We will not be covering the neural network architecture, the pre-trained models, the training, or the evaluation algorithms, and will not discuss the implementation of these models in the TensorFlow framework. We will rely on the GPT-2 dataset as the pre-trained models in TensorFlow.
We will primarily focus on the task of text analysis. However, we will also discuss the generalization of the models to other tasks, and the use of recurrent neural networks (RNN) to process text in parallel. We will also discuss the use of the RNNs in the Transformer architecture and GPT-2 dataset.
As we all know, neural networks are fantastic computational engines, and the Transformer model is one of their strengths. However, as the architecture (and the depth) of the neural network increases, the training time increases exponentially. This is what is being done in the GPT2 dataset.
You will hear some of the details of the training process. We will also cover the neural network architecture used in the GPT-2 dataset, so that you can understand the way we train the models. We will discuss the use of RNNs and the Transformer architecture and how they work together to process text.
We will use three components to train the models in this talk. First, we will cover the training of the models, and the pre-training of the previous versions of the models. We will then discuss the models’ training, the pre-training process, and the training data.
If you want to learn GPT and its applications in NLP, check out our courses on Udemy or MIT Open Courseware.
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