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Microsoft’s Unveils Orca2, Creating the First Cautious Reasoner LLM
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Microsoft’s Unveils Orca2, Creating the First Cautious Reasoner LLM

Last Updated on December 11, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Ignacio de Gregorio

Originally published on Towards AI.

A Reasoning breakthrough

As we discussed the previous week, Small Language Models (SLMs) are all the rage right now.

Also, Microsoft launched the new version of their SLM crown jewel, Orca2, creating a new type of language model, Cautious Reasoners.

They set a new threshold in the AI industry by beating models up to 10 times larger in highly complex reasoning tasks.

Also, they have provided a clear view of their AI strategy, as well as invaluable insights into the complex world of Transformer learning.

And today, we are going to dive deep into how they created this new paradigm.

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When Microsoft presented Orca’s first version, the first open-source model that was truly at the level of ChatGPT-3.5, the AI industry finally started paying attention to smaller models.

Today, the… Read the full blog for free on Medium.

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