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OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 Turbo Fine-Tuning: A Game-Changer with Potential Risks

OpenAI recently announced the availability of fine-tuning for GPT-3.5 Turbo, making it easier and more cost-effective for businesses to create high-quality custom models both on-premise and through API. While this development is seen as a major milestone, it also raises some concerns that we need to address. The ability to fine-tune GPT-3.5 Turbo promises significant…
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August 23, 2023 0

Basic Guidelines for Scientific Writing

In the realm of science, where truth we seek,To uncover mysteries, both strong and weak,A scientific article, our words shall be,To share our findings, for all to see. Begin with a title, clear and concise,Reflecting the essence, without a disguise.An abstract follows, a summary so brief,To captivate minds, spark interest and belief. The introduction sets…
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April 1, 2023 0

GAI in 2023: Balancing Excitement and Responsibility

GAI, or General Artificial Intelligence, is a term that we can finally start discussing in 2023, marking a significant step forward in the field of artificial intelligence, as it has the potential to learn and understand any intellectual task that a human being can perform. December 2022, as an avid technology enthusiast, I had long…
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February 21, 2023 0

ChatGPT and Scientific Research

While ChatGPT is a powerful chatbot from OpenAI and has the ability to generate coherent and grammatically correct text, there are concerns about its use in scientific research. Some researchers worry that using chatbots like ChatGPT to generate text could lead to issues with originality and authenticity of scientific work. However, excessive worry about AI-generated…
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February 14, 2023 0

Power distance in Vietnam

Author: Saadi Salama, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Palestine in Vietnam since 2009. I dislocated my shoulder three months ago. The wound is healing, but the arm pain is still not completely healed. I had to see many doctors to ask how to relieve the pain. They, although in the same department,…
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May 2, 2022 0

Japanese and humbleness

For Japanese learners, one of the first sentences to know is “どうぞ よろしくおねがいします – Dozo yoroshiku onegaishimasu” (Looking forward to your help). This saying is often used by Japanese people, especially in meeting each other for the first time. In Japanese culture, there is an idiom that “The falcon hides its claws”. This saying is to…
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January 28, 2022 0

Why is plagiarism checking an outdated method?

The concept of plagiarism is said to have come from the poet Roman Martial, whose poem was stolen by another poet named Fidentinu and claimed to be his own. Martial later referred to Fidentinu as “plagiarus” which means “kidnapper” and the term plagiarism derives from that. By the 17th century, creative work was highly rewarded,…
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February 20, 2021 0

Three reasons not to try to be a know-it-all

Do you ever feel pressured to try to act like you know everything all the time? Obviously you don’t need and shouldn’t. Here are 3 reasons: 1. No one can know everything Information in the current world is born continuously and is constantly increasing. 90% of the data on the Internet was created in the…
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July 23, 2020 0