This week we feature articles from Dhanshree Shripad Shenwai, and Stephanie Shen. 

Additional reading comes from Kyle Wiggers, Caleb Sponheim, Ben Waber & Nathanael J. Fast, and Raphaël Millière & Cameron Buckner.

News comes from Typeface, OpenAI, Argo Translation, and Digimarc.

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Opinion / Analysis

A comprehensive study of knowledge editing for large language models

We’re still learning how knowledge graphs and large language models might be combined to reap the benefits of their individual capabilities. Knowledge graph embeddings in LLMs are one approach, but are typically not easily modified (as they are on their own) without re-training. Dhanshree Shripad Shenwai summarizes an interesting new paper on knowledge editing activity in general, and specifically on a new approach to knowledge editing in language models that doesn’t require re-training. (3 min)


Bayesian Inference: A unified framework for perception, reasoning, and decision-making

Stephanie Shen provides an accessible and useful description of what Bayes’ Theorem is and how it works in English (minus the math), and explains why its applicability is much broader than appreciated. A good refresher for those of us not steeped in it, and a good intro for decision-makers. (14 min)

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OpenAI introduces ChatGPT Team

OpenAI introduces ChatGPT Team — ChatGPT Team offers access to GPT-4 and DALL·E 3, tools like Advanced Data Analysis, a dedicated collaborative workspace, and admin tools.

Argo Translation launches CMSConnect

Support for multiple CMS, PIM, DAM, and CRM platforms expands their ability to help businesses make content available in numerous languages.

Digimarc offers free digital watermark embedding and detection tools to device and chip manufacturers and content creation platforms

The Secure, Automated, Fair, and Efficient (SAFE) digital watermark tools are designed to protect digital content owners and consumers.

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