German AI start-up throws down gauntlet to OpenAI

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Despite the lead of US developers in artificial intelligence, a humble German start-up is on their heels with an AI system that can also provide individual customer service. The language model Luminous, pioneered by Aleph Alpha in the southern city of Heidelberg, scored similarly well against pre-eminent AI specialist OpenAI or the model developed by Facebook parent company Meta, the company’s CEO and founder Jonas Andrulis said on Monday. The standardized performance comparison included tasks for classifying, evaluating and creating texts, as well as answering questions about specific text co…

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