Apple’s new AI model ReALM ‘surpasses GPT-4’

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Researchers have found that Apple’s new AI system, ReALM, surpassed the capabilities of OpenAI’s GPT-4.

The paper titled “ReALM: Reference Resolution as Language Modelling” examines the issue of reference resolution. Reference is a linguistic process in which one word in a sentence or discourse refers to another word or entity. The task of resolving these references is known as Reference Resolution.

Apple says its latest AI model ReALM is even “better than OpenAI’s GPT4”.

It likely is as GPT4 has regressed because of “alignment”.

The ReALM war begins at WWDC 2024.

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The researchers state that while large language models (LLMs) are extremely powerful for a variety of tasks, their use in reference resolution, particularly for non-conversational entities, remains underutilized.

According to the study, the smallest version of ReALM was benchmarked against GPT-3.5 and GPT-4, and it managed to achieve performance comparable to that of GPT-4, while the larger models substantially outperformed it.

Ahead of WWDC 2024 and the anticipated June launch of iOS 18, expectations are high for the debut of an advanced Siri 2.0. Whether ReALM will be integrated into Siri by then remains uncertain.

Apple’s recent ventures into AI have not gone unnoticed, marked by the introduction of new models and tools aimed at enhancing AI efficiency on smaller devices, as well as strategic partnerships. These developments highlight the company’s strategy to place AI at the forefront of its business operations.

The unveiling of ReALM represents Apple’s AI research team’s latest and most targeted initiative to refine and accelerate existing models, driving them toward greater speed...

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