Bigger than BERT? Microsoft’s New Language Model Sets Performance Records


Microsoft has unveiled the world’s largest deep learning language model to-date: a 17 billion-parameter “Turing Natural Language Generation (T-NLG)” model that the company believes will pave the way for more fluent chatbots and digital assistants.

The T-NLG “outperforms the state of the art” on a several benchmarks, including summarisation and question answering, Microsoft claimed in a new research blog, as the company stakes its claim to a potentially dominant position in one of the most closely watched new technologies, natural language processing.

Deep learning language models like BERT, developed by Google, have hugely improved the powers of natural language processing, by

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