LM with RNNs
LSTM were then used with more success than previous models (Zaremba et al. 2015).
Recently, transformers seem to have dominated language modeling. However it is not clear if this is due to their real superiority over RNNs or their practical scalability (Merity 2019).
LM with Transformers
- GPT-2, introduced in (Radford et al. 2019) and on this page.
- GPT-3, introduced in (Brown et al. 2020).
Language modeling and Compression
Language models can be used to generate text from a prompt or starting sentence. This is the kind of examples that made models like GPT-2 and GPT-3 famous, because of their ability to generate long sequences of apparently coherent text (Radford et al. 2019; Brown et al. 2020).
Language modeling for Automated theorem proving
Language modeling for Reinforcement Learning
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