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PaLM 2

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PaLM 2 is a large language model developed by Google, serving as the successor to their previous state-of-the-art language model PaLM. PaLM 2 was designed to excel at advanced reasoning tasks, including code and math, classification, question answering, multilingual proficiency, and natural language generation, surpassing its predecessor in these areas.

Its improved performance can be attributed to a combination of three research advancements in large language models, including the use of compute-optimal scaling, a more diverse pre-training dataset mixture, and updated model architecture and objectives.

PaLM 2 was evaluated rigorously for the potential harms and biases it could cause, and its downstream uses for research and in-product applications. It is grounded in Google's principles of responsible AI development and commitment to safety.PaLM 2 also demonstrates improved multilingual capabilities and has been pre-trained on a large quantity of webpage, source code, and other datasets, making it capable of coding in popular programming languages like Python and JavaScript, as well as generating specialized code in languages like Prolog, Fortran, and Verilog.

PaLM2's improved understanding of nuances in human language enables it to excel at understanding idioms and riddles, requiring a comprehension of ambiguous and figurative meanings.

PaLM 2 is contributing to Google’s generative AI features and tools such as Bard, a tool that aids in creative writing and productivity, and the PaLM API, which provides a platform for developing generative AI applications.

PaLM 2's contributions to generative AI features and research are grounded in Google's approach to building and deploying AI responsibly.

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PaLM 2 was manually vetted by our editorial team and was first featured on May 10th 2023.
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Pros and Cons

Pros

Advanced reasoning capabilities
Improved architecture
Pre-trained on diverse dataset
Superior multilingual proficiency
Code generation in various languages
Handles figurative language
Identifies potential harms, biases
Google's commitment to safety
Evaluates for potential harms
Powering features like Bard
Better than predecessor models
Use of compute-optimal scaling
Improved dataset mixture
Various task training
Improved translation capability
Improved multilingual toxicity classification
Built-in control over toxicity
Demonstrates sound improvements over PaLM
Good at multilingual tasks
Advanced code generation abilities
State-of-the-art reasoning benchmark results

Cons

Limited language options
Requires large datasets
Complex model architecture
Dependent on quality of pre-training
High computational requirements
Potential biases
Translation limitations
May generate toxic content
Results dependent on downstream uses
Potential privacy concerns

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