Exploring GPT-3

By Steve Tingiris
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About this book

Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3) is a highly advanced language model from OpenAI that can generate written text that is virtually indistinguishable from text written by humans. Whether you have a technical or non-technical background, this book will help you understand and start working with GPT-3 and the OpenAI API.

If you want to get hands-on with leveraging artificial intelligence for natural language processing (NLP) tasks, this easy-to-follow book will help you get started. Beginning with a high-level introduction to NLP and GPT-3, the book takes you through practical examples that show how to leverage the OpenAI API and GPT-3 for text generation, classification, and semantic search. You'll explore the capabilities of the OpenAI API and GPT-3 and find out which NLP use cases GPT-3 is best suited for. You’ll also learn how to use the API and optimize requests for the best possible results. With examples focusing on the OpenAI Playground and easy-to-follow JavaScript and Python code samples, the book illustrates the possible applications of GPT-3 in production.

By the end of this book, you'll understand the best use cases for GPT-3 and how to integrate the OpenAI API in your applications for a wide array of NLP tasks.

Publication date:
July 2021
Publisher
Packt
Pages
296
ISBN
9781800563193

About the Author

  • Steve Tingiris

    Steve Tingiris is the founder and managing director of Dabble Lab, a technology research and services company that helps businesses accelerate learning and adoption of natural language processing, conversational AI, and other emerging technologies. He has been designing and building automation solutions for over 20 years and has consulted on conversational AI projects for companies including Amazon, Google, and Twilio. He also publishes technical tutorials on Dabble Lab’s YouTube channel— one of the most popular educational resources for conversational AI developers—and manages several open-source projects, including the Autopilot CLI, Twilio’s recommended tool for building Autopilot bots. To connect with Steve, you can find him on GitHub tingiris, via email to stevedabblelab, or on Twitter tingiris.

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