Microsoft open-sources tools to create safer language models

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Microsoft open-sources tools to help create safer language models
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Microsoft open-sources tools to help create safer language models

Microsoft has released the source code for new tools and datasets to audit AI-powered content moderation systems.

Large language models (LLMs) are a popular way to train AI systems, but are not without risks. As they're trained on enormous volumes of data from the internet, they have the propensity to 'learn' ...

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